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LG G3 teases final flagship design and laser focus camera

LG G3 teases final flagship design and laser focus camera

The LG G3 isn't due to make its official debut until next Tuesday, but LG can't help its pre-show teasing, including showing us the sleek design of the Android smartphone and name-checking its laser autofocus camera. Expected to be unveiled in London on May 27th, the G3 has today got a trio of new video clips that confirm its QHD 2560 x 1440 display among other things.

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Porsche Design P’9981 gets black re-spray (keeps crazy price)

Porsche Design P’9981 gets black re-spray (keeps crazy price)

Porsche Design and RIM have resurrected the P'9981, the expensive love-it-or-hate-it smartphone that redresses BlackBerry 7 in an angular metal suit, this time in black. The new P'9981 Black has the same touchscreen and QWERTY combo as the silver version we reviewed back in February, as well as a 5-megapixel camera embedded in a leather-covered back, but Porsche Design claims the matte finish case is actually more in keeping with its racing car heritage than the original.

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iPad 3 fascia reportedly leaks

iPad 3 fascia reportedly leaks

The piecemeal drip of purported iPad 3 components continues, with what's tipped to be the third-gen Apple tablet's fascia emerging in shots out of China. If legitimate, the glass front panel confirms that - while Apple may well be considering ditching the physical home button - it's sticking around for this iPad generation, at least; there's also a longer ribbon cable assembly, Apple.pro reports, though since there's no IPS LCD screen it's not corroboration of the so-called Retina Display expected on the slate.

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Porsche Macan sports SUV revealed

Porsche Macan sports SUV revealed

Porsche has detailed its upcoming sports SUV, the Porsche Macan, promising both the off-road capabilities of the Cayenne but the sports appeal of Porsche's traditional line. Named after the Indonesian word for "tiger", the Macan is expected to roll off production lines in Germany sometime in 2013, though so far all we have on the aesthetics is this hasty sketch.

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: February 14, 2012

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: February 14, 2012

Happy Valentine's Day everyone! Although, based on the fact that it's the evening and you're reading this, perhaps it isn't such a joyous occasion for you. Luckily, we have a tip for you - start playing Words With Friends. Yeah, apparently 1 in 10 Words With Friends players end up hooking up with someone they've played against on the popular social game. So get out there and start practicing your mad word skills.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: February 14, 2012

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: February 14, 2012

Happy Valentine's Day, tech world, we're starting the day off right with some leaks of the newest system released by RIM, BlackBerry 10 in all its glory. Then the iPad 3 tips continue to flow - iPad 3 with 4G LTE, a teeny tiny iPad Mini, and there's a big tip about an iPad 8-inch iteration which, when combined with the other iDevices, would form Voltron. Meanwhile Google's Motorola buy is paving the way for future Nexus confusion.

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Lensbaby Edge 80 makes tilt-shift simple

Lensbaby Edge 80 makes tilt-shift simple

Lensbaby has outed its latest unusual optic, the Lensbaby Edge 80, an 80mm focal length model that offers a "selective slice of sharp focus" in your frame. Mounting on the Lensbaby Composer Pro, Composer, Muse, Scout and Control Freak lens bodies, the $300 Edge 80 has a 12-blade internal aperture that can be adjusted from f/2.8 through f/22: it can either be used face-on for a flat field of focus, or angled to slice the focus through the picture at any angle.

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Open webOS Iris browser released: 40k Enyo downloads to-date

Open webOS Iris browser released: 40k Enyo downloads to-date

HP's open-sourcing of webOS continues today, with the release of the underlying Isis web browser along with a governance model and more of the Enyo components developers will need to create their own webOS devices and apps. Enyo has already been downloaded 40,000 times in the three weeks since its release, the team says, and now there's the Isis Project, "a fast, standards-compliant web browser engine," to go along with it.

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Laser liquid scanner could rescue water bottles from pre-flight trash

Laser liquid scanner could rescue water bottles from pre-flight trash

Having to dump your bottled liquids as you go through airport security has become a frustrating addition to flying headaches in recent years, but the awesome power of lasers could soon ensure your flask contains Evian not napalm. Cobalt Light Systems has cooked up the INSIGHT100, a laser scanning system that can differentiate dangerous substances from safe ones while they're still in their container, opening the aircraft doors to water bottles, perfume and toothpaste.

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Nintendo acquires video software company Mobiclip

Nintendo acquires video software company Mobiclip

In the increasingly common world of startup acquisitions, Nintendo is usually not a major player. Google, Facebook, Microsoft, etc are usually the ones making news for snatching up a specialized technology company to better integrate its services into future software and products. This is because Nintendo is usually not on the front lines of emerging tech, but this time it's a different story as the Mario company has just acquired a company called Mobiclip.

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The Daily Slash: December 27 2010

The Daily Slash: December 27 2010

What's all going on in the tech and gadget world today? Let's have a look, shall we? First, take a look with yours truly at a hands-on and unboxing of the Lenovo IdeaPad U260, again with yours truly in a final installment in a "Week With" series on the L1 v2 Laser Pico Projector (iDevices and Wrap-Up), and one more by Vincent Nguyen: a review of the OCZ Vertex 2 SSD. Got yourself a new Android phone for the holidays? Take a look at our brand new What to Get for my Android Phone or Tablet: 2010 Holiday Gifts Edition on Android Community. Take a trip down a Anti-Tech Resolutions for the New Year column with Philip Berne, a column In Praise of Anticipation (or, A Geek’s Christmas) by Chris Davies, see Evan Selleck ask the question: When Should a Developer Step In?, and Philip again with the cutest column EVER: Baby’s First iPad. See! The Samsung Vibrant and Fascinate get Android 2.2 in Canada before the rest! See! What might very well be the first whispers of a very big deal, Android TV, with a Vidtonic Android TV Build-Your-Own Kit and an Android TV Black Box Unit Spotted in Australia! See! All this and more on The Daily Slash!

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