Author Archives: Evan Selleck

Evan Selleck has an innate love for technology, gadgets, and shiny things. He's a father, which is the only thing that out-classes his love for writing. He's been writing about technology for three years.

NextComputing Radius PC Puts a Display Into the Tower

NextComputing Radius PC Puts a Display Into the Tower

As far as modifications go, it's usually the most unique, shiny, and ridiculous of the bunch that get the most attention. And while the Radius PC may not look like it's all that much in the shininess department, it's certainly unique enough to be a casemod that someone out there would probably enjoy. After all, sometimes you want to have that tower of yesteryear, so why not update it with a display?

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Trypoxy Phone Concept Makes Holding Your Phone Easy

Trypoxy Phone Concept Makes Holding Your Phone Easy

So while one phone one one particular network is finally the real deal, we've still got plenty of concept designs out there, showing off what the future of cellphones might look like. This design, called the Trypoxy Phone from designers Miyazawa Tetsu and Ichimura Shigenori, combines the look of a pebble, an intuitive touchscreen, and a hand-hold that actually extends from the back of the device.

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Bungie Files Copyright Claims & Web Domains for Four Mysterious Projects?

Bungie Files Copyright Claims & Web Domains for Four Mysterious Projects?

We know that Bungie Studios, the developer behind the mega-hit Halo franchise, is hard at work on another intellectual property (IP), which will be published by Activision and head to major consoles and PCs alike. However, details about what that project is are non-existent outside of the Bungie compound. However, thanks to some new copyright claims, as well as some web domains associated with those claims, we may have a small glimpse as to what is coming down the pipe.

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Verizon Employees Not Allowed to Get iPhone 4

Verizon Employees Not Allowed to Get iPhone 4

The iPhone 4 on Verizon is a pretty big deal, especially for Verizon. The carrier has more than likely done everything they can think of to prepare for the masses that will jump onto the network to get the device. But, what you won't find are Verizon employees with the device in their own hand, ready to show off. We've been informed that the iPhone 4 will not be carried by Verizon employees, because the carrier is preventing the phone from being added to employee accounts.

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White iPhone 4 Appears on Verizon Product Page [Update]

White iPhone 4 Appears on Verizon Product Page [Update]

In most cases, when Apple launches a device, the rumors generally fade away. However, despite the fact that Apple's Tim Cook went on stage to help announce the official unveiling of the Verizon iPhone 4, there's still one rumor that just won't die. And, it doesn't make it any easier for it to disappear when images like the one below appear online. Verizon's product page for the iPhone 4 are online right now, and here we are looking at a white iPhone 4 again.

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Verizon iPhone 4 Doesn’t Suffer from Death Grip

Verizon iPhone 4 Doesn’t Suffer from Death Grip

Now that the device is real, and we've managed to get some hands-on time with it, we were curious to see if Verizon's and Apple's claims that the only-slightly altered antenna version for the CDMA-based variant of the iPhone 4 (in the United States) wouldn't suffer from the same problems as its GSM cousin were true. We took the device in our hand, and we began to put our hand, and fingers, in all of the spots that the antenna usually suffered from. We managed to get some interesting results.

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Verizon iPhone 4 vs HTC ThunderBolt vs Motorola Bionic

Verizon iPhone 4 vs HTC ThunderBolt vs Motorola Bionic

We've already compared the original AT&T iPhone 4 to the newly announced Verizon iPhone 4, but that's not the whole story. If you'll recall, Verizon had a press conference last week during the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, where the wireless carrier unveiled a plethora of new devices. Two of the bigger names were from HTC and Motorola, which unveiled the ThunderBolt and Bionic, respectively. But, how do they compare to the iPhone 4?

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Verizon iPhone 4 vs AT&T iPhone 4

Verizon iPhone 4 vs AT&T iPhone 4

Now that the iPhone 4 has been officially announced for Verizon's network, many potential customers are going to be asking an obvious question: what's different? While all of the details regarding the phone are still a mystery, more or less, we do know that, for the most part, the iPhone 4 on Verizon is pretty much the same exact phone that's currently available, and has been available on AT&T's network for some time now. However, there are some changes, so let's go ahead and run through them.

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Verizon’s Website Shows Apple iOS in Smartphones List

Verizon’s Website Shows Apple iOS in Smartphones List

The rumor mill has been going strong. No doubt. It's chugging along quite nicely. There has been speculation regarding the release of an iPhone on Verizon's network for about as long as the device has been available on the market, but up until now the rumors have been pretty empty. Just the hopes and dreams of those who want to get their hands on a device that, up until now (seemingly), has been on --and only one-- network in the United States, officially. But, with Verizon's announcement around the corner (tomorrow), we've now got a look at Verizon's website that shows iOS in a spot that, unless these rumors pan out, seems a bit out of place.

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Windows Phone 7 Connector for Mac Works with Zune HD

Windows Phone 7 Connector for Mac Works with Zune HD

When Microsoft officially unveiled Windows Phone 7, and unveiled that the device would sync with Zune Software, there were a lot of Mac owners out there trying to figure out how, exactly, they'd be able to utilize a Windows Phone 7 device, considering that Zune Software doesn't work for Apple-branded computers. That's where Windows Phone 7 Connector for Mac comes in. A tool to sync your device, and bring your media from iTunes (that's not still protected) onto your Windows Phone 7 device.

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