Archive for June, 2011

HTC Status Announced on AT&T Officially – HTC’s Facebook phone comes to America!

HTC Status Announced on AT&T Officially – HTC’s Facebook phone comes to America!

Perhaps you've heard of the cool, fresh, and QWERTY toting HTC device known as the ChaCha, aka the Facebook phone whose close cousin is the no-keys HTC Salsa, another device we expect to be coming to the states soon? We've heard of it too, and in fact my associate Chris Davies over there in the Euro side of the world has had a real good look at it in a full review. Well guess what? HTC's now got this device coming out on AT&T for real, USA style, in a style that's dedicated to Facebook in more ways than one. Check out that physical Facebook button and head in for the changes.

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HP confirms webOS licensing talks; Samsung tipped as suitor

HP confirms webOS licensing talks; Samsung tipped as suitor

HP is currently in talks over licensing the webOS mobile operating system, CEO Leo Apotheker has confirmed, and while there's no official word on which companies may be interested, sources suggest Samsung has been present at the negotiating table. Apotheker revealed that "a number of companies have expressed interest" in an interview in Beijing, Bloomberg reports, but insisted that despite HP recently slashing its sales forecast by a whopping $1bn "there is no time pressure to do this."

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Verizon 4G LTE Galaxy Tab 10.1 up for pre-order

Verizon 4G LTE Galaxy Tab 10.1 up for pre-order

Earlier this week the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet got a price and a launch date for WiFi and 3G versions in the UK. While the UK is getting ready for its 3G flavor of the tablet, Fans of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 in the US can now order a 4G LTE version of the tablet. Verizon has the tablet up for pre-order right now at a price starting from $529.99. Other than the addition of the 4G modem, the tablet is the same.

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Buffalo debuts new MiniStation Plus portable storage solution

Buffalo debuts new MiniStation Plus portable storage solution

Buffalo has launched a new portable storage device called the MiniStation Plus. Previously we talked about other MiniStation storage devices and this new offering is similar. The new MiniStation Plus connects to a USB 3.0 port to offer fast storage for whatever the user needs. The storage device is compatible with USB 2.0 ports as well, but using a USB 2.0 port will reduce the performance of the drive.

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Fujifilm debuts small Mini 50S instant camera

Fujifilm debuts small Mini 50S instant camera

When I was a kid, everyone used the Polaroid instant camera. The sound of those things spitting out a photo is ingrained in my memory. Today we all use digital photos and that is ideal in most instances. However, there are times when you want a photo right then that you can share. In this instance, you may be wishing for that old school Polaroid camera. Fujifilm has announced a new camera in Canada that is called the Instax Mini 50S.

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US House of Representatives allows Members of Congress to use Skype

US House of Representatives allows Members of Congress to use Skype

Skype was one of the early VoIP services and remains one of the more popular ways for people to stay connected and see the people they are talking to if video calls are used rather than just hearing the person. Skype is easy to access for just about anyone with a web connection and a computer, smartphone, or tablet today. The US House of Representatives has announced that the Committee on Administration has revealed that Congressional leaders can now use Skype for communications.

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