Archive for March, 2012

Google’s own tablet will launch this year: report

Google’s own tablet will launch this year: report

If you haven't found an Android tablet that inspires you yet, you are not alone. But perhaps if there would be an Android tablet built by the people who built Android, that situation wouldn't be quite so common. And that is the exact plan of attack for Google, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal. The search giant hears you loud and clear and wants to rectify this problem.

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HTC One V video spotted in the wild

HTC One V video spotted in the wild

In the same breath as realizing that HTC's One X phone has been leaked, we have discovered a video of its brother, the One V. Both are set to make their official debuts shortly, but so far HTC has been rather mum on the new family of Android phones. The One V, just like the One X, was not functional at the Mobile World Congress trade show last month. Thus it has remained cloaked in mystery.

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House of Marley Bag of Rhythm Review

House of Marley Bag of Rhythm Review

This month we've gotten the opportunity take a peek at the House of Marley Bag of Rhythm, a massive carry-along amplifier for your iPhone and/or any other device with a headphone jack. The idea here is that you carry this beast along with you wherever you want to go jamming, and turn the twin 1-inch tweeters and 4.5-inch high-definition woofers out on the world to bring sunshine and positivity to your friendly neighbors. What you'll get is an aesthetically (and acoustically) lovely unique piece of equipment that'll fit any one of your iPods just perfectly.

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: March 29, 2012

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: March 29, 2012

Happy Thursday, everyone. It's time to check out what made news on this day, as we approach ever more closely the end of the month. Speaking of closing things, Best Buy has announced it will close 50 US stores as part of a corporate restructuring. Best Buy isn't the only one feeling hurt right now, though. Research in Motion just posted its Q4 2011 numbers. As you might expect, they were dismal. And on some brighter news, we have this - HTC One X caugt in the wild.

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Apple, Foxconn promise to fix violations found by labor audit

Apple, Foxconn promise to fix violations found by labor audit

In what's considered one of the most detailed labor investigations of a Chinese manufacturer, the Fair Labor Association (FLA) has found excessive working times and various health and safety issues at the factories of Apple supplier Foxconn. Foxconn as vowed to rectify the violations and bring all factories up to spec by July 2013.

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Chrome 18 release fixes bug competition finds

Chrome 18 release fixes bug competition finds

It was the Pwnium competition held by Google that revealed the bugs that the newest release of Google's Chrome web browser version 18. This version has been release today to the public in its first stable release, and includes notes to the effect of congratulating the participants of the Pwnium competition for their hard work and great contributions to the Chrome project. The Chromium security page has full details of what this update is all about, meanwhile let's have a look at some simplified details below!

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HTC One X caught in the wild

HTC One X caught in the wild

We're just a few days out from the debut of HTC's brand-spanking new One family, but it looks like the folks at HTCHub got a look at the leader of the line early. The HTC One X gets its full reveal courtesy of some French gentlemen, who also managed to find the smaller and sleeker HTC One S for some comparison shots. In China and parts of Europe the phone will be available for unlocked purchase on Monday, April 2nd. The HSPA+ version of the phone will cost a cool 599 Euros - about $800 US Dollars.

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Fisker Nina plug-in hybrid caught on camera early

Fisker Nina plug-in hybrid caught on camera early

There's a fabulously sharp looking shiny new car out there in the wild this week, and it goes by the name Fisker Nina. This plug-in hybrid vehicle still has few to no details revealed about it, but the absolutely beautiful curves all about it can be seen plainly thanks to a spy who appears to literally be hiding in the bushes to snap some well-placed shots between the leaves.

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Adobe fixes Flash bugs, adds automatic updates

Adobe fixes Flash bugs, adds automatic updates

For the second time this month, Adobe has released an update for its Flash Player in order to patch up newly discovered security loopholes. This update addresses two critical memory corruption bugs in Adobe Flash Player 11.1.102.64 that can make your system vulnerable to remote attacks. It also enables future security updates to be automatically downloaded for Windows users.

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