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SpaceX Dragon parks 30m off Space Station as docking nears

SpaceX Dragon parks 30m off Space Station as docking nears

SpaceX's Dragon capsule has reached the hold point near the International Space Station, just 30m from the orbiting platform, and waiting for the optimum time for the station to grapple it in. It's taken several hours of testing and positioning to get Dragon in so close, with NASA and the SpaceX ground team repeatedly running through the "retreat" procedure which will halt the craft and back it away from the ISS should an issue arise.

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: January 30, 2012

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: January 30, 2012

Shrug off that case of the Mondays you've had all day and check out what made news in the gadget world today. For starters, there are a couple new developments in mobile data plans in the US. On the Verizon side, the carrier may soon be launching family data plans, making it a bit more affordable to have multiple smartphones on the same account. T-Mobile is playing the restriction card, as it will start imposing data roaming limits on April 5.

Awesome stools made from recycled computer hardware

Awesome stools made from recycled computer hardware

I bet many geeks are like me, when I replaced my old computer hardware and technology products, I tend to keep the old stuff. I keep that old stuff because it's generally not broken, I just want newer, cooler gear, and you never know when something old and slow might come in handy. If you have a bunch of your old tech gear sitting around that you really don't want, and you are trying to think of something cool to do with it a geek named Rodrigo Alonso has a heck of an idea.

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Blue Spark Digital condenser microphone for iPad revealed and detailed

Blue Spark Digital condenser microphone for iPad revealed and detailed

There's a brand new studio-grade condenser microphone in town for both USB and iPad, and it comes from Blue Microphones. This mic goes by the name Spark Digital and is able to produce darn-near completely excellent sounds with a the same amount of high-quality craftsmanship that went into the company's other excellent comparable mic, the Spark XLR. What this Spark Digital unit does is take the same studio-grade condenser capsule plus hand-tuned components and sets you up for whatever you want to record - be it a podcast, music, location recording and more!

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Verizon Galaxy Nexus Review

Verizon Galaxy Nexus Review

Here in the LTE version of the newest Google hero phone, the Verizon Galaxy Nexus (also known as the Samsung Galaxy Nexus or Galaxy Nexus 4G LTE) has not only the unique claim to running Google's newest mobile operating system Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich first, it's also connected to the fastest network in the states, and best of all: you can go to your corner Verizon store and purchase one, unlike the international edition. All that said, you've really got the same device only ever so slightly modified for this particular carrier: Google's vanilla hero phone remains nearly as pure as its first release internationally. What you're going to get here is another perspective on the Galaxy Nexus in general, how ICS handles our day to day, and what it means to own the LTE version of this device here in the USA.

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iOS 5 Review

iOS 5 Review

Apple iOS 5 is, arguably, the version we've always been waiting for. New iOS builds have always introduced new features, but in iOS 5 Apple sets out its digital hub ecosystem, the culmination of a decade of product positioning and service development. It also brings very specific challenges to each of Apple's key competitors - Siri as the answer to Android's voice command system, iMessage to take on BlackBerry Messenger - in addition to addressing some of the longer standing complaints iOS users have had. Read on for the full SlashGear review. Be sure to also check out our iPhone 4S review!

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SlashGear Science Week In Review – April 23rd, 2011

SlashGear Science Week In Review – April 23rd, 2011

This week in Science, a hybrid car that was green before green was cool, the possible future of solar energy, a couple of interesting concrete concepts, and a whole lot of medical innovations. Oh, and robots. One that takes a licking and keeps on ticking, and others that can go where no man wants to go.

Earth day was this week, so we have featured some green concepts and innovations. We always like seeing more efficient ways of doing things, and a road that powers its own lighting and traffic systems is a great example of that. But first, the world's first hybrid car.

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MacBook Air 11.6-Inch Model Officially Unveiled

MacBook Air 11.6-Inch Model Officially Unveiled

While Apple just announced a brand new MacBook Air in their legendary "One More Thing" moment, it looks like they actually had two more things to show off. The 13.3-inch variation of the MacBook Air, with all of its features tucked away inside, may have been enough to make some people want to buy it right now, there were still some people out there wanting a smaller version. And, sure enough, Apple came through. They have officially unveiled the new, 11.6-inch MacBook Air.

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13.3″ MacBook Air official: 7hr super-slim ultraportable

13.3″ MacBook Air official: 7hr super-slim ultraportable

"What would happen if a MacBook met an iPad?" Steve Jobs asked, with the instant-on, solid-state storage, amazing battery and standby time and thin & light build from the tablet crossing over to an ultraportable. The result is the new MacBook Air, "one of the most amazing things we've ever created" according to Jobs: an ultraportable measuring 0.68-inches at its thickest and 0.11-inches at its thinnest. Like the existing Air it has a 13.3-inch LED backlit display, this time running at 1440 x 900.

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