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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: December 6 2010

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: December 6 2010

Welcome to the world, Nexus S and Android 2.3 Gingerbread! We've been expecting you! Check out our full collection of Gingerbread and Nexus S posts below. Then have a nice read courtesy of Philip Berne, a column by the name of [A Cartoonish Way to Prevent Cruelty]. Feel free to have a glance at our [Acer Aspire 5745DG review] and switch over to the new Facebook profile with a simple [CLICK]. After that, you can press the "like" button on our [Parrot AR.Drone review] and figure out [Which is better: Short or long video games?] with a column by Don Reisinger. All this and MORE on SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up!

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Kinect Quadrocopter is your autonomous AR.Drone [Video]

Kinect Quadrocopter is your autonomous AR.Drone [Video]

Parrot's AR.Drone - which we reviewed over the weekend - is clever, but it still requires a meat pilot; strap on a Kinect sensor bar, meanwhile, and a quadrocopter is capable of going it alone. The autonomous 'copter is the handiwork of the Hybrid Systems lab at the University of California at Berkeley, with the Kinect feeding positioning data to an onboard 1.6GHz Atom Ubuntu computer.

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SlashGear Week in Review – Week 48 2010

SlashGear Week in Review – Week 48 2010

Welcome to the latest edition of the SlashGear Week in Review! Apple rejected an app for inclusion on the App Store this week because it was a magazine app about Android. The publisher of the app said that the person at Apple he spoke with said, "You know… your magazine. It’s just about Android…. we can’t have that in our App Store." A report came in early in the week that Windows Phone 7 was outsold by Android devices 15:1 in the UK. The revelation came by way of an aggregator of store deals in the UK called MobilesPlease.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: December 3 2010

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: December 3 2010

Oh man. Yesterday we learned about a new form of life, but Julian Assange of WikiLeaks wasn't satisfied. He wanted ALIENS. So what's he do today? He announces the next WikiLeaks cable to have UFOs in it. Wowie! Then we find out there's going to be some World of Warcraft on Android devices via GameString, a Professor in NYC installs a camera in the back of his head, and we review the super cute funny little device the Sony Ericsson LiveView - kawaii! Finally, Google pays someone $1 compensation in a Street View privacy case. Cash! All this and a whole lot more on SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up!

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: November 22 2010

SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: November 22 2010

Apple blast! There's a big fat update in store for all you iDevice owners, that being iOS 4.2 - if you've not already got it, just wait a little bit longer, according to most, this release will be available at around 10AM PST. Then, our little pal Android hits of catwalk in promotion of that sassy Giorgio Armani Samsung Galaxy S. Next, some radical columns for epic discussion: "Why my Nintendo Wii has been collecting dust" and "Why 2014 Will Not Be Like 1984" on the future of Apple's closed system and survival in the face of competing openness. Finally, just incase you missed it, our "Week with" review series of NOOKcolor started on Saturday night! First up, Hardware! All this and MORE on SlashGear Moring Wrap-up!

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Parrot FC6100 module uses Bluetooth and Android to offer web and more in cars

Parrot FC6100 module uses Bluetooth and Android to offer web and more in cars

Parrot is probably best known to most of us for the cool AR.Drone and all the different Bluetooth gear the company has been peddling for years. Parrot is into OEM offerings like Bluetooth hands free systems for cars and trucks as well. Some details of a new product using Android have surfaced in a Frost & Sullivan interview with Parrot's Global OEM Director Eric Riyahi.

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QderoPateo Articulated Naturality Web Elevates Augmented Reality to a New Level

QderoPateo Articulated Naturality Web Elevates Augmented Reality to a New Level

Some of the best applications out there for our favorite smartphones are based on the idea of Augmented Reality (AR). Utilizing the technology to get real-time information, just by looking at the world through your smartphone, is a cool idea, with plenty of people utilizing the technology to make new things even more interesting. But some companies can't leave well enough alone, and want to make things even better. For example, QderoPateo Communications (QPC) has been hard at work on their Articulated Naturality experience, and now it looks like they've gone full-tilt, bringing Articulated Naturality Web to the forefront, and showing off everything it can do.

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SlashGear Week in Review – Week 30 2010

SlashGear Week in Review – Week 30 2010

Welcome to this week's better late than never edition of the Week in Review! Monday we learned that HTC was planning to move from the hard to get Super AMOLED screen for its Desire and Nexus One smartphones to a Super LCD. The catch is that both screens will be used and apparently, there will be no way for the buyer to tell what screen they are getting.

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GearBox ball is remote-controlled via Bluetooth [Video]

GearBox ball is remote-controlled via Bluetooth [Video]

Cellphone-controlled gadgets that move according to how you tilt the handset aren't new, but unlike Parrot's AR.Drone the GearBox ball won't fall from the sky if its batteries run down unexpectedly.  Currently in prototype stage, the wireless robotic sphere hooks up to a smartphone via Bluetooth and then trundles about when you move the phone.  It's not just an alternative to a pet dog, however; GearBox envisage various single and multi-player games, too.

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