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DirecTVs free iPhone app manages 100k downloads in a week

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Shockingly enough, people seem to be interested in the possibility of easily browsing TV schedules and programming their DirecTV DVR from the iPhone / iPod Touch, for free.

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Apple Nehalem-based Mac Pro in-depth impressions

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When Apples ever-so-slightly refreshed Nehalem-based Mac Pro showed up on our doorstep, we were understandably taken aback by the enclosure. Sure, it looks exactly like the previous Mac Pro externally, and only slightly more beautiful internally, but its hard to deny the gorgeousness of this metallic wonder.

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Light Blue Optics Discuss Their Holographic Laser Projector Engine

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Light Blue Optics has been one of the most talked about pico projector companies in the past few months. Most of the reason is for their latest announcement to develop a touch-enabled holographic laser LCoS projection engine.


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Philips GoGear Spark gets reviewed: a diamond in the rough

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In the world of low-end DAPs, its incredibly tough to find anything worth its salt. Believe it or not, Philips GoGear Spark is a so-called diamond in the rough, with reviewers at CNET noting that the respectable feature set and skimpy price tag ($49 for 2GB; $59 for 4GB) made it a good bet for those scouting a simplistic player for the gym.

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Microsoft Zune Nylon Edition at eBay

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We dont know where this came from as we have not come across an announcement from Zune. Nylon Magazine and Microsoft have teamed up for a special edition pink Zune 30 with a Nylon Factory Girl Dani Stahl design.

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Intel DG45FC mini-ITX motherboard

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Rounding off our short mini-ITX season, we take a look at Intel's tiny G45 based motherboard to deconstruct its build, layout and performance - does Intel's own beat third part manufacturers and is the G45 chipset up to the HTPC task? Read on to find out.

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JVC DLA-HD750 Projector Review

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The JVC DLA-HD750 is the best of its class. This model features 900 ANSI lumens, a 50000:1 contrast ratio, and full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution. Recently, Trusted Reviews got to see if it does any better than its little brother, the DLA-HD350.

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Why Verizons Going Android

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The big news today is the just-announced partnership of Verizon Wireless and search giant Google. Both companies have agreed to work together to deliver a new Android smartphone (probably manufactured by HTC) in the near future.


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40 years of the radio news

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In 1968, the Irish Radio Transmitters Society approached the Department of Posts and Telegraphs for permission to transmit a weekly news bulletin of general interest to radio experimenters and amateurs. The 19th of January this year saw the 40th anniversary of the commencement of these news transmissions

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OLPC to open-source hardware

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Nicholas Negroponte, founder of the One Laptop Per Child project, has announced that the technology behind its XO "$100 laptop" will be offered up as an open-source project.

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Three Main Approaches to Micro Projector Displays

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Do you need a big display for your next presentation, but dont have the space to carry a big projector? Then you might be interested in one of the many new micro-projectors that are revolutionizing the projector industry.


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Verizon and AT&T Take It To Court.

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If youve ever seen a Verizon Wireless ad you know that they claim to have Americas Most Reliable 3G Network. Apparently AT&T takes issue with this claim.


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Motorola XT800 Launches In China

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Motorola has launched their best smartphone since the Droid. . . over in China. The launch event for the XT800 smartphone was held in Bejing today.


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1.1 Billion Smartphones By 2013.

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The vanilla mobile industry is shrinking, and the smartphone industry is growing. Weve known both of these facts for a while now. What we didnt know was just how rapidly smartphones are spreading across the face of the globe.


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Noctua NH-D14 CPU Cooler Review

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One stack of cooling fins not enough for that miniature sun you call a CPU? Then meet the double-sized Noctua NH-D14, sporting two stacks of cooling fins, six copper heatpipes and two separate cooling fans. Could it be the coolest cooler ever? We find out.

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Windows 7 will bring new major Netbook and Laptop Designs

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Microsoft will launch Windows 7 in October. A new Microsoft OS introduction is a major milestone for hardware makers. So if you are actually buying a Vista notebook or XP netbook this summer with the free Windows 7 upgrade you will actually be stuck with heavily outdated hardware.


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Vista Service Pack 2 released to manufacturers

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Windows Vista Service Pack 2 has been released to manufacturers, with a public release planned for later this quarter.

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Apple patents some sort of touch screen GPS navigation system

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AppleInsider is reporting a new patent filed by Apple that describes an in-dash navigation device with many other features such as 802. 11b/g, Bluetooth, CDMA, GSM and EDGE; and possibly the ability to communicate with many sensors including tire sensors, engine sensors, steering sensors, or GPS sensors.

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FCC Resumes Enforcement Actions:

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On May 13, the FCC posted the first list of enforcement actions since Laura Smith took over as FCC Special Counsel. The 11 RFI-related letters to energy providers were sent between February 18 and April 1, 2009, and the 7 warning letters to individuals were sent between February 18 and March 30, 2009.

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Texters Compete with Morse Code:

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MARION - As Marion's radio Hams join in for a national deployment, the local club wants to find out if you might be the fastest texter in town. The texter contest will take place as part of the local public demonstration of emergency communications event set for Saturday and Sunday, June 27-28. Members of the Marion amateur radio Club and the Marion amateur radio Emergency Service will be demonstrating the capabilities of amateur radio during Field Day at Sawyer-Ludwig Park, and they invite the public to come and learn how to get their own FCC radio license before the next disaster strikes. In addition, they are inviting any local cellphone texters to come out and see if their mastery of this type of communication can stand up against Ham experts abilities to send messages by Morse Code. At 5 p.m. on Saturday June 27, texters will take on the coders to determine which is faster, modern technology or 100 year old code. The contest is free and open to anyone who thinks they have the technique to beat the old timers. Bluefusion Entertainment has donated prizes for each contestant who gives their texting skills a try. Marion club member Mike Floyd warns that texters usually don't fair too well, and pointed people in the direction of the Jay Leno Show where coders took the title in a recent demonstration that you can watch on You Tube. "But you never know," said Floyd. "Come out and try your luck."

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Jack Binns CQD videos on YouTube

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On January 23rd Radio Amateurs around the world celebrated the centenary of Jack Binns using wireless to save the lives of over 1500 people. Videos of some of the stations participating in the centenary are now on YouTube

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