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The Daily Slash: December 28 2010

The Daily Slash: December 28 2010

Behold a 200 year old wood / 18K gold / supremely expensive iPad from Gresso - buy one soon! Point and awe as Sprint Palm Pixi gains mysterious front-facing camera, Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 and LG Optimus Pad point toward CES 2011, and Sony PlayStation Phone points toward the same timeframe. See your Android phone become the brain of a robot, see some super teaser pics of ASUS Eee Pads, and check out the BRAND NEW HTC Thunderbolt 4G LTE phone in 12 big leaked pics! All this and MORE on The Daily Slash!

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: December 28 2010

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: December 28 2010

Behold the best idea any road-safety authority ever thought of - PhoneGuard - blocks texting when a phone is traveling faster than 10mph. Get teased with a preview pic of the ASUS Eee Pads pre-CES. Take another leaky look at the upcoming Android Music App (video). See as AppsFire adds video previews for Android apps, possibly tipping this sort of functionality in the Android Marketplace soon. Take a peek at a tip from a Japanese newspaper calling spring 2011 as the release time for the eve elusive Sony PlayStation Phone. Marvel as your Android phone becomes the brain of a robot. All this and MORE on SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up!

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The Daily Slash: December 23 2010

The Daily Slash: December 23 2010

Take a trip down entertainment lane with a column by Don Reisinger, Why I Find Time for Gaming (and Why You Should Too), check out Froyo on Your Desktop PC, and see a Nexus S and Android toys fly 100,000 FT into space! Take a peek at a review of the mophie juice pack plus by Vincent, see a possible Notion Ink Adam Unboxing ala Van Gunst, and OH MY GOD can you believe that Tron Guy was banned from seeing the Tron movie in his Tron suit? Read all about it and help me find him to buy him a ticket. All this and MORE on The Daily Slash!

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The Daily Slash: December 22 2010

The Daily Slash: December 22 2010

Check out the full review of the cutest little Android you'll ever meet, LG Optimus U. Witness a wild little lawsuit as Google wins the Android trademark. See as both the face and the rest of the body of the HTC Incredible HD (Verizon LTE phone) are revealed in an obvious puzzle piece leak. Witness the breaking of Skype for a few hours today, basically bringing the entire internet to its knees (or so says users of Skype.) Take a peek at the new HTC Media Link and the AUDEO PFE 022 + Mic Earbuds as we unbox and get our hands on both of them. Finally, Chris Davies columns to the tune of I won’t buy the Nexus S and The Late Adopter - both rather amazing bits of literature if I do say so myself. All this and MORE on The Daily Slash!

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: December 22 2010

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: December 22 2010

Oh man! First thing in the morning Verizon WP7 apps appear in Marketplace - does this mean launch time aproacheth? Then Chris Davies columns about why [he] won’t buy the Nexus S. Check out some Space tech that'll allow you to check your heart rate on your iPhone, pick up a Google Nexus S at the UK drop today, see the VERY OBVIOUSLY engineered leak of the HTC Incredible HD, and check out the Mini iPad caught in the Wild. THEN check out the BRAND NEW Notion Ink Adam video demoing their Sniffer Application! All this and MORE on SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up!

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The Daily Slash: December 21 2010

The Daily Slash: December 21 2010

Behold! As Verizon confirms plans for a Motorola LTE device in 2011! Behold! As we're sent mysterious images of what might be the HTC Incredible HD, aka HTC Mecha, aka a 4G LTE device! Marvel! As Microsoft is tipped to be announcing ARM chip compatibility in a new version of Windows OS at the beginning of 2011. Marvel! As the iPad is praised at a surrogate for Jesus Christ. Rally! As voices from across the internet speak up for and against the FCC Net Neutrality Vote today. Rally! As Motorola sets a countdown until its brand new tablet is revealed at CES. Know the truth! With Chris as he columns about how Tegra 2 Isn’t Enough. Know the truth! By checking out the FULL LIST of WINNERS from our SlashGear / Android Community Google Cr-48 Giveaway - it might be you! And finally check out with great interest Vince's full Google Cr-48 Chrome OS notebook review!

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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: October 20th 2010

The Daily Slash: October 20th 2010

Welcome to one giant jungle cat of a Daily Slash, so wild and crazy I keep calling it the daily Slasher in my head. Two giant bits of news hit at once: the Back to the Mac event and the release of Windows Phone 7 handsets (hint: we've got three of em to look at!) Plus a whole torrent of other wonderful and fabulous bits of news that'd otherwise be big but was sort of CRUSHED by those two big guns. Shall we? Let's begin!

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Toshiba SmartPad tablet previewed in leaked press shots

Toshiba SmartPad tablet previewed in leaked press shots

Images apparently showing Toshiba's upcoming SmartPad tablet have leaked ahead of the slate's official debut.  The shots, caught by NotebookItalia, show a similar design to that barely glimpsed back in July, and will likely earn the SmartPad (as the slate is tipped to be called) much comparison to the iPad.  According to earlier leaks, the Toshiba tablet will run Android on an NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, with a 10-inch touchscreen display.

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