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Top tech stuff to expect in 2011

Tweet Now that it’s already 2011, I’m sure that there’s a lot of gadgets up for release this year. Major tech companies have promised innovative new products to arrive in the succeeding months. There’s a lot of rumors and expected things that will be released this year, but here are the most anticipated products to watch out for. The PSP Phone. Not …

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Android bug causes mayhem in text messaging

Tweet Just when you’re excited enough to send out a text message that contains three or four separate text message conversations, the Android messaging software gets mixed up and sends the other parts of the message to the wrong person. You think that you’re sending a reply to your friend or relative, but the contact name suddenly switches so that …

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The techs you’ll probably miss in 2011

Tweet 2010 has been a year where new technologies have really taken off. Apple, Microsoft, and all other companies have revved it up to give consumers value for money. A lot of successful debuts and breakthroughs have come up on 2010, but that year also had its share of failures. Let’s take a look back at some of the more …

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Rumors about the impending release of the iPad2

Tweet The year 2010 is almost at its end, but all eyes are set upon 2011 and all the things that will be coming up: from smartphones to laptops, tablets and slates to the traditional computing devices, etc. And like any other device out there, Apple’s iPad has not freed itself from rumors that make everyone all the more excited. …

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Is the Wi-Fi a tree killer or not?

Tweet Dutch researchers have questioned data that prompted the well-known reports that Wi-Fi signals were causing poor health among urban trees in the Netherlands and perhaps elsewhere. The people behind an investigation purported that the numbers taken in the study were improperly characterized and that an experiment conducted as part of the inquest did not include sufficient controls subjects. We …

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The Google CR-48 notebook

Tweet On Tuesday, Google showed us its CR-48 notebook – and although it’s for-testing-purposes-only, let’s see how it fared when used as a machine for your typical computing days. The Good Points The CR_48 has a very sleek industrial design. It’s extremely plain (no extra glitters), has a full-size keyboard that’s both comfortable and practical to use, and the soft …

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Sales of Google Android phones go up!

Tweet Despite reports that the number of Android devices activated each month has gone down dramatically, lead Android developer Andy Rubin said that over 300,000 Android phones are activated each day, or (after doing the math) more than 9 million Android phones activated every month. The growth is mainly because of the staggering number of Android smartphones launched in recent …

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Google’s Web store, OS, and notebook

Tweet Google has just launched a Web store that’s bursting with apps for its Chrome Web browser. It also announced details of its Chrome-based operating system for PCs. During the demonstration, Google showed off launch partners that included Electronic Arts’ pogo.com for an online game platform. Amazon’s Kindle also gets ready for the Web app that will be accessible next …

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Facebook’s Profile redesigned

Tweet Facebook recently had its Profile page redone. The redesign highlights the most important parts of your life, like your personal biographical information, pictures, educational background, work experience, and others. This new design allows you to personalize and give emphasis on the things that matter most to you, while still maintaining Facebook’s clean-cut and uncluttered look and feel. The tabs …

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The “djay” app makes its way to the iPad

Tweet Algoriddim has just released it’s iPad version of the popular “djay” app for the Mac. The DJAY app is an app that gives a virtual feel how it is being a DJ. Only the Mac had this app, but then the consumers have been clamoring to have it trickled down to the iPad. The iPad-compatible app provides a virtual turntable graphics/interface …

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