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Palm Centro Review

Palm Centro Review

Well, I got mine earlier today and have been playing with it; it’s the same color as the OnCentro one. I must say, I love it.

First off, I have a Helio Fin with a 3MP cam, and a Moto Q with a 1.3MP cam with flash, the Palm Centro, in my opinion, took a better picture than either of the other two. That amazed me.

Facebook Nearby Friends tentatively tracks friendslist

Facebook Nearby Friends tentatively tracks friendslist

Facebook has added a new feature to its mobile apps, Nearby Friends, allowing users of the social network to find those on their friendslist when they're nearby, though Facebook is clearly wary of a privacy backlash. The feature, which will be rolled out to the Android and iOS apps over the coming weeks, shows your GPS position and that of your friends on a map; however, Facebook is turning it off by default, and relying on users to opt-in instead.

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Voyager 1 exits solar system, experiences massive changes in radiation levels

Voyager 1 exits solar system, experiences massive changes in radiation levels

We've talked about the Voyager 1 spacecraft in the past, and it's most known for being the farthest man-made object from the Earth, and it's been announced that the 1,600-pound space probe has exited our solar system, as well as the heliosphere beyond the influence of the Sun. However, the probe has been experiencing drastic changes in radiation levels since leaving the solar system.

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NASA’s Voyager 1 creeps towards interstellar space

NASA’s Voyager 1 creeps towards interstellar space

The Voyager 1 has found its way into the far reaches of space, specifically to the edge beyond which scientists believe lies interstellar space. This area is within our solar bubble, and is referred to as a "magnetic highway for charged particles." The findings were detailed earlier today at the American Geophysical Union, which took place in San Francisco.

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Our sun is slower than previously thought

Our sun is slower than previously thought

The image you see below is a star called LL Ori. The photo shows the star moving through the Orion Nebula, and the bow shaped line you see is actually the shockwave the sun creates due in part to its speed. Scientists have long believed all stars create this bow shock, but for our own sun that no longer seems to be the case.

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Nokia’s CTO swap could be its turning point

Nokia’s CTO swap could be its turning point

The decision to make Henry Tirri Nokia's new Chief Technology Officer is arguably more important for the company's future than its deal with Microsoft over Windows Phone. Executive-level shuffles aren't often worth much more than a casual footnote, but Tirri's promotion - in the context of Nokia's fading star in the smartphone league - could prove a legitimate turning point for the Finns. Tirri could well be the vital link between Nokia's flourishing imagination and its floundering production.

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Toshiba Satellite C600 and L600 Series budget notebooks outed

Toshiba Satellite C600 and L600 Series budget notebooks outed

Toshiba's final batches of note notebooks may lack the 3D magic of the A665 or the glossy ultraportable scale of the T200 Series, but the new Satellite C600 Series and Satellite L Series both have affordability to recommend them.  The C600 Series kicks off at under $500 with the 14-inch C645 and the 15.6-inch C655, each available with a choice of Intel or AMD processors, while the L Series includes the 13-inch L635, the 14-inch L645, the 15.6-inch L655 and the 17.3-inch L675, all with a choice of Intel Core i3, i5 or i7 CPUs, or AMD Athlon II, Turion II, or Phenom II triple/quad core CPUs.

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