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Droid 2 Review

Droid 2 Review

It's been over nine months since we reviewed Motorola's first DROID smartphone, the Verizon handset that arguably reversed the company's fall from grace and set their foundations as a key player in the Android segment. Now, in an increasingly competitive smartphone market, Motorola have returned to their pivotal handset for a much-anticipated makeover, the Motorola DROID 2. Question is, have they done enough to maintain their pace? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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The Daily Slash: July 13th 2010

The Daily Slash: July 13th 2010

Can you believe that it's already (pretty much) the middle of July? It just feels like time's flying by, doesn't it? Guess that's what happens when you're having fun -- and we have plenty of that around here. That's why we're happy you can join us. So, welcome to tonight's edition of The Daily Slash. First up, in the Best of R3 Media, we've got 100,000 apps for the Android Market, and is an iPhone 4 recall coming soon? And then in the Dredge 'Net, it looks like Stanford is going digital, we've got some big speakers, and it looks like Destination Arcade is just a limited run.

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SlashGear Week in Review- Week 26 2010

SlashGear Week in Review- Week 26 2010

Happy Fourth of July to readers in the US and welcome to another Week in Review! Apple announced on Monday that it had sold a whopping 1.7 million iPhone 4 smartphones in three days. I knew they would sell a lot of the things, but didn’t think it would be that many. Monday we posted up our review of the Samsung Galaxy S smartphone. We liked the device, but it had some occasional issues with CPU lag to sour the overall enjoyment somewhat.

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Tablets, tablets all around (& not just Notion Ink)

Tablets, tablets all around (& not just Notion Ink)

One of the big surprises from CES 2010 last week was the sheer number of tablets. Perhaps, what with the persistent rumors of Apple's imminent entrance to the segment, that shouldn't be seen as too unusual, but as many commenters seem to have conveniently forgotten, this isn't exactly a new niche in the tech world. Microsoft, however badly they subsequently managed it, lent their weight behind compact tablets (aka UMPCs or Ultra-Mobile PCs) back in the days of Origami, and more recently we've seen PMPs first grow large, video-capable displays and then borrow internet functionality from notebooks as WiFi proliferated.

Samsung Impression review

Samsung Impression review

The Samsung Impression is one of the many phones AT&T dropped a few weeks back that features a full QWERTY keyboard. The Impression stands out from the rest as a full touchscreen device that uses an AMOLED display. The phone mimics many smart phone features, and has a very polished UI that reacts smoothly to the user’s command. It's honestly a great feature phone, yet the experience using it left me feeling I was using a very limited smart phone, which might be the point. As a result, I was left comparing the Impression to the iPhone, not because the iPhone is so great, but simply because the iPhone is the direct competitor for the Impression, especially at the $199 price tag. Users who are looking at the Impression need to think long a hard and analyze their needs before buying this device.

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MobileMe users get 60-day extra extension as Apple acknowledge issues

MobileMe users get 60-day extra extension as Apple acknowledge issues

Apple have issued a second apologetic extension to its MobileMe subscribers, who have faced ongoing issues with the wireless syncronization service. In addition to the original 30-day free extension, any users whose account was active as of August 19, 2008 at 0:00 Pacific Daylight Time will now receive a further 60-day subscription.

"The transition from .Mac to MobileMe was rockier than we had hoped. While we are making a lot of improvements, the MobileMe service is still not up to our standards. We are extending subscriptions 60-days free of charge to express appreciation for our members’ patience as we continue to improve the service" Apple statement

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