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SlashGear Week in Review – Week 45 2010

SlashGear Week in Review – Week 45 2010

We had another beautiful week in the geek neighborhood last week and it's time to run down some of the most important stories over the last week in this edition of the SlashGear Week in Review. Windows Phone 7 went on sale in the US on Monday. Four GSM only devices landed with CDMA phones not coming to the US until early 2011. A cool looking Mintpass tablet with dual-screens was tipped to land in 2011. The coolest feature may not be the dual screens, but the dual-boot OS that the tablet will offer with Windows 7 and Android.

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The Daily Slash: November 8 2010

The Daily Slash: November 8 2010

A slew of tiny updates, a tiny combat on the idea that children can change your life enough to quit Facebook, and a slightly larger combat on some combative video games. Surprises like a rocket pack man, a tip that Android Gingerbread is soon coming around the bend, and a sweet stack of free stuff, free stuff that fell right in our lap. This is a day in the life of a tech publicist, take a lookie for yourself - here on the Daily Slash.

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The Daily Slash: November 4 2010

The Daily Slash: November 4 2010

Today we review a tiny yet quite powerful speaker by the name of JAMBOX, discuss What Zuckerberg Never Said About the iPad, and review the lovely Acer Aspire 8943G. Then there's a hands on of the LG Optimus One and we toss a Motorola Defy in the pool with all the duckies and what looks to be that same pool cleaner they had in Paranormal Activity 2. Scary. Calvin Klein designs a set of 3D sunglasses and AT&T attack T-Mobile's 4G network claims. It's a fight!

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The Daily Slash: November 3 2010

The Daily Slash: November 3 2010

Release dates in front of release dates, release dates in back of and on top of release dates, so many release dates you wont know what to do with yourself. So many phones, so many devices, one gigantic WAR and a review of the fabulous T-Mobile G2. And that's just the start, oh my goodness, that's just on Android Community and SlashPhone! There's another whole batch of strange and excellent releases on SlashGear plus an odd event at Facebook headquarters with coupons, us sitting up front, and an excited yet slightly aggravated Mark Zuckerberg.

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The Daily Slash: October 21th 2010

The Daily Slash: October 21th 2010

Hello and welcome to a rather aftershock of a day for Apple and an oncoming wave of a day for Windows Phone 7. SlashPhone had a lot of news about release dates and kneecap shredding in anticipation for phones. Dummies and tablets and developer notes galore on Android Community. And SlashGear bringing you everything from game glasses to head lights to holders and docks for all your new fancies.

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Motorola Stingray Tablet for Verizon Landing First Quarter 2011

Motorola Stingray Tablet for Verizon Landing First Quarter 2011

We're just about into the third quarter of 2010, which means that wireless carriers are getting ready to release one last salvo at the consumer. With the holiday shopping season upon us, there's no surprise here that Verizon would be gearing up to release a plethora of handsets before the end of the year. And, while there's plenty of big names being dropped, the main takeaway from the leak today, is that the Motorola Stingray tablet, which will feature Android 3.0 "Gingerbread," won't be making its presence known until after the holiday shopping season.

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USPTO invalidates Apple’s “Bounce-Back” patent once again

USPTO invalidates Apple’s “Bounce-Back” patent once again

The United States Patent and Trademark Office has once again invalidated Apple's "bounce-back" patent. The patent, labeled patent # 7,469,381, was one of Apple's major patents in its lawsuit against Samsung. It provides the "bounce-back" feature that bounces the screen back upward if the user scrolls past the end of a page/document. The patent also includes other features including dragging documents, rotating documents, list scrolling, scaling, and many other features.

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Blockbuster on Demand now on over 100 devices

Blockbuster on Demand now on over 100 devices

Blockbuster has taken a beating in the retail market at the hands of services like Netflix and others. The company was forced into bankruptcy and many of the retail stores have closed their doors. Despite the failure in the retail market for the chain, it is doing reasonably well in the on demand streaming market.

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Sharp IS03 Android phone packs 9.6MP camera, matches iPhone 4 display

Sharp IS03 Android phone packs 9.6MP camera, matches iPhone 4 display

Apple's Retina Display for the iPhone 4 and latest iPod touch may have been leaving WVGA Android smartphones in the shade, but it was only a matter of time before the open-souce alternatives caught up.  Sharp has just announced the IS03, headed to Japanese carrier KDDI in November, with a 3.5-inch 960 x 640 capacitive touchscreen, 1GHz Snapdragon processor and 9.6-megapixel camera with flash.

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