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The Daily Slash: January 24 2011

The Daily Slash: January 24 2011

Without giving away the whole surprise, we've got some big things in store for you readers over the next few weeks. New voices, free stuff, a whole new look for one of our outlets, and a variety of mini-updates you're going to flip over. Today we're bringing you a wild assortment of updates from all corners of the tech world, most of which are previews of devices you've almost certainly already got your eye on. Behold the coming of the next generation - stick with us as we cover it.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: January 24 2011

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: January 24 2011

Let's start this fine Monday with a launch straight into space: once with an Android Device, another time with a Samsung balloon full of paper planes. Next lets get back to Earth with the continuation of the 3D wave with some Tegra 2 3D Chips that'll be popping up this spring. Grab a big fat update to ADW Launcher EX with several new docks and fixes. Next order of business, Florian Mueller's been found bunked out - who is he? He's the guy who found a bunch of Oracle codes in Android's open source code, saying the suit against Android has total footing -doesn't appear that way any more. Then remember that $10K iTunes gift card prize for the 10 billionth app downloaded? The mother of the girl who won it hung up on the "you won" call. Check out a column by Don Reisinger by the name of Dear Logitech: The Revue Is Overpriced, and another column by Tim Bajarin called Techies can be Foodies Too Finally, make sure you're not getting had - you probably don't need AOL anymore. All this and MORE on SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up.

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Microsoft Adaptive Keyboard Tested by Students, Results are Varied

Microsoft Adaptive Keyboard Tested by Students, Results are Varied

It has been a couple of months since the Adaptive Keyboard from Microsoft broke cover. It was then that we got our first glimpse of the company's keyboard that features an LCD back, and a dynamic keyboard. While we're still wishing that the keyboard would be coming to the retail market, we'll be happy enough with a video of students using the keyboard in their own ways, coming up with new tasks for the keyboard to complete. The results are varied, but the overall idea is a pretty unique one.

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The Daily Slash: June 24th 2010

The Daily Slash: June 24th 2010

We're at the tail-end of the week, and we're not going to lie: we can feel it. All the way to our bones. If you're getting paid this Friday, hopefully you've already decided on something to buy yourself -- gotta spend that earned money, right? Or, maybe you've already waited in line for the thing you wanted to get yourself? That's probably the case. But, moving away from the Apple-phone for a short time, let's take a look at The Best of R3 Media. First up, we've got a software update for the EVO 4G coming soon, an updated keyboard that we want, and some wireless syncing for BlackBerrys. And then, in the Dredge 'Net, Hulu's still being passed around, RIM does pretty well for itself, and head to a Microsoft Store to play some Kinect.

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