Monthly Archives: March 2011

Windows 8 wallpaper available to download, Jupiter and Twin UI spotted

With Windows 8 milestone 3 now up for grabs for select Microsoft Connect partners, it’s inevitable that leaked bits and pieces will start popping up around the Web. In fact, the first “official” wallpaper image from the still-brewing OS is … Continue reading

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DropSpace adds real Dropbox sync to Android

Dropbox offers a lovely client for Android, but it’s lacking true “sync” functionality. You can merely browse your Dropbox, pull files into the device, and manually upload specific files. DropSpace is a little Android app that makes Dropbox on Android … Continue reading

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The iPad Apps Everyone Should Have March 2011 [Apps]

The iPad 2 came out this month! Which means a lot of apps have joined our list of the best iPad apps. Who are the big winners in March? Who gets the boot? More » Source: http://feeds.gawker.com/~r/gizmodo/full/~3/_I_uGHJyrqg/the-ipad-apps-everyone-should-have-march-2011 Sienna Miller Simone Mütherthies … Continue reading

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U.S. Cellular gets the Samsung Gem for just $29.99 after rebate, contract

It’s been seen on Alltel, Bluegrass Cellular and deep inside Verizon stores, and now US Cellular has the Samsung Gem. As you’ll recall, it’s a mid-range 3.2-inch (WQVGA display) Android 2.2 device with a 3.2MP camera and 800MHz processor. The Gem will be … Continue reading

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Samsung Galaxy S getting a 1.4GHz ’2011 edition’ next month (update: confirmed)

You didn’t think Samsung was going to leave the classic Galaxy S handset in the past, did you? Dmitriy Ryabinin of hi-tech.mail.ru has tracked down the above comparison sheet showing off a new variant of the 4-inch Android phone, this … Continue reading

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CyanogenMod 7 RC4 hits; brings big fix for all devices

Only just a few days ago we saw RC3 of CyanogenMod7 rolling out, and today they are releasing RC4. Since RC2 we have seen mainly bug fixes in each update, but this time they have brought a big fix for … Continue reading

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How to: download and change themes for SBSettings [jailbreak]

SBSettings is a wonderful little jailbreak app that adds tons of quick toggles to your iOS springboard. The one thing I don’t care for in SBSettings is the default theme. It’s just downright ugly. I get tons of questions on … Continue reading

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Cellphones and the Brain: Faith, Hope and Calamity

It’s now official: Everything that the Federal Communications Commission has ever told us about the safety of cellphones is almost certainly wrong. When the director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse recently reported that simply holding a turned-on cellphone … Continue reading

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QR Codes: Goodbye and Good Riddance [Rip]

With the great NFC race looming, Google is axing support for QR Codes in their Places service. QR codes made a noble play for the hearts and minds of nerds, but honestly, I hope this is the first step towards … Continue reading

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Microsoft?s Chief Marketer Steps Down After 22 Years

Microsoft has had its share of executive departures lately. The latest one to exit the software giant is Mich Mathews, senior vice president for Microsoft’s Central Marketing Group and one out of only two women on the company’s senior leadership … Continue reading

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