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The Daily Slash: December 7 2010

The Daily Slash: December 7 2010

Oh my goodness it really WAS Chrome OS like we had the freaky feeling it would be this morning! Take a look at the full Google Chrome Event Re-Cap and Analysis by our man in the field Ben Bajarin who was there to see it all go down! Then head through the massive list of links below looking for the [CHROME] tag to see all the sweet stuff! Then you're probably so Google crazy you'll want more so you can click around over to our exclusive Google Nexus S Hands-On (with video and pics!) Then take a peek at our review of the [Advent Vega] tablet, review of the movie [Black Swan], and read how Julian Assange was arrested and denied bail today, followed by an open letter by a mass of big names to the Prime Minister of Austrialia.

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No Windows Phone 7 App Hub royalties until Feb 2011 latest in developer woes

No Windows Phone 7 App Hub royalties until Feb 2011 latest in developer woes

Microsoft has supposedly told Windows Phone 7 developers that they won't see any App Hub payments for paid-app sales until February 2011, according to coder Justin James, while the absence of any download feedback or analytics is leaving developers uncertain whether to continue investing in their software. Nicholas Yu, who created a Google Voice app for WP7 called GoVoice, has complained that responding to the number one feature request from users - push notifications - would require server investment that, with the limited tools Microsoft makes available, he cannot currently judge worthwhile.

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The Daily Slash: November 18 2010

The Daily Slash: November 18 2010

We've got reviews and columns up the wazoo today! First there's the Nokia C7, a Kingston 32GB MicroSDHC Class 4 memory card, the HTC 7 Trophy, and finally the Samsung Continuum - reviewed by yours truly. Then there was some huge controversy this morning when Steve Wozniak said that Android would someday defeat iPhone! But it turned out to be blown out of proportion by the end of the day, Steve himself stopping the rumor cold. Finally, Google is tabulated to be on the lookout for over 2,000 new hires and more than likely offered to buy Twitter for FOUR. BILLION. DOLLARS. All this and MORE on The Daily Slash!

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: November 18 2010

SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: November 18 2010

First lets talk about the amount of mobile ad impressions (the amount of times ads appear in applications) that Apple's iOS and Google's Android have: guess what? They're tied. That's wild. Next, Pontiflex CEO Zephrin Lasker says Android is "more important" than iPhone for mobile advertising. Then, no less a name than Steve Wozniak (aka the wonderful wizard of Woz) bets on Android to win the smartphone wars. Looks like a pretty good day ramping up here for Android, yes?

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Windows Phone 7 Handsets Released into the Wild in New Zealand

Windows Phone 7 Handsets Released into the Wild in New Zealand

As you may well know, at any given point in the day, it's late enough in the day that it's already a completely different day on the other side of the world. Right now, it's October 21st in New Zealand, which can mean one one thing: there's a dude who has seen Lord of the Rings more than 50 times, and now he is able to purchase a Windows phone 7 handset. He is so very happy about this, and the people selling it to him seem joyous as well.

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Get an Xbox 360 When You Buy a Windows Phone 7 Handset, in Austria

Get an Xbox 360 When You Buy a Windows Phone 7 Handset, in Austria

With the official launch of Windows Phone 7 on carriers just around the corner, it's not surprising to see Microsoft doing what they can to get a few more customers lining up in front of carrier locations across the globe. If you happen to be in Austria on October 21st, the day that Windows Phone 7 is set to launch for the carrier, and you don't mind having a phone on the Austrian carrier's network, you may be able to land yourself a brand new Xbox 360 with your purchase.

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Windows Phone 7 Wrap-Up

Windows Phone 7 Wrap-Up

Wow! What an exciting day for Microsoft with their launch of Windows Phone 7! Steve Ballmer, CEO of Microsoft stressed the importance of, "Always delightful, wonderfully mine," today in their live webcast. We were all excited about those words as the cast continued and we found out that 9 different phones (including LG, Samsung, HTC, and Dell) will launch soon, using 60 mobile operators, offered in 30 different countries. Outstanding!

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The Daily Slash: September 27th 2010

The Daily Slash: September 27th 2010

We're at the start of another week, and it's already seen a huge announcement. Let's see if the rest of the week can keep up with the momentum put out today. In news from around the Web, Segway's boss passed away today. After that, we'll take a look around the R3 Media Network, and see what's been happening. Welcome to the Monday edition of The Daily Slash.

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Have Sprint’s fortunes turned?

Have Sprint’s fortunes turned?

Over the past year or so, it's become almost customary to prefix mention of Sprint with the phrase "beleaguered carrier".  The cash-consuming Nextel merge and WiMAX XOHM roll-out both took their toll on the company coffers, while users complained of lacking customer service.  Has Sprint managed to turn things around in the tail-end of 2008, however?  Recent research into telephone support found that Sprint was the fastest carrier to answer its phones: more than 91-percent of calls in 30 seconds or less, and 99-percent in two minutes or less.

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