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Android Market 3.0.26 Hands-On and Review

Android Market 3.0.26 Hands-On and Review

We've got our fingers a tap tap tapping away already at the Android Market version 3.0.26 just announced a couple hours ago via Google, and what do you know? We'd love to give you a full look. This newest version of the Android Market has a full facelift and opens the Movie and Book doors to the world for full rental and purchase options. You'll have to update your Videos and Books apps to gain access to these new bits of media - but all the new versions work today!

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: July 12, 2011

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: July 12, 2011

Welcome to the dip! It's that time of year again where there's not that much basic tech news, but the news that DOES come out is a full plate of whoppers! What we've got for you today is no less than some Google+ stuff (that stuff is like gold!) and some unboxings and a full review of the myTouch 4G Slide courtesy of our good friends at Android Community! Can you even stand the wait? You're gonna have to, because this train continues below the cut!

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HTC calls out Apple for competing in courts, not on products

HTC calls out Apple for competing in courts, not on products

HTC has officially commented on yesterday's news that Apple has added a fresh batch of patent infringement allegations to the ongoing legal action between the two companies, telling SlashGear that it "vehemently denies" all of Apple's claims. "HTC is dismayed" the company's general counsel, Grace Lei says, "that Apple has resorted to competition in the courts rather than the market place." As expected, the second set of claims detail HTC's more recent devices, including the EVO 4G and HTC Flyer tablet.

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SlashGear Weekly Roundup Video – June 26, 2011

SlashGear Weekly Roundup Video – June 26, 2011

New hope for the Nokia and Microsoft partnership came this week with the unveiling of the N9 MeeGo handset and the Windows Phone Mango version of it dubbed the "Sea Ray." The N950 sports a similar styling but will have a larger screen, slide-out QWERTY keyboard, and be deemed a developer-only device. All in all, a positive week in developments for Nokia, but not so much for RIM. The BlackBerry maker began layoffs this week and further cut back sales estimates of the PlayBook tablet.

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Holiday Gift Guide 2010

Holiday Gift Guide 2010

Food, family, festivities: the holidays can be stressful, and that's before you decide what should go inside the wrapping paper. SlashGear can't help you with the cooking, but we can cut through the sales hyperbole and help you pick the best in consumer electronics so that the only disappointment this December is the brussels sprouts. In our 2010 Holiday Gift Guide we've picked our favorite cellphones, computers, accessories and more, so read on for the best in tech this season! (We'll be updating the Holiday Gift Guide throughout the holiday season)

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The Daily Slash: November 9 2010

The Daily Slash: November 9 2010

Let me talk to you for a moment about a couple of the odder things that happened today, and this is outside the story you're going to hear about in the special "The Daily Slash" section you all know and love. First, there's a lot of ports, ROMS, and hacks flying around the smartphone world on a day-to-day, but today there was a rather important one surfacing: Android to iPhone. Like two rival gangs having a child together. No violence between them yet, but someone DID get shot today - a Galaxy Tab. In response, Angry Birds released 45 new levels, and someone records a UFO on an HTC EVO 4G. TRON throws a card into the hat with their 3rd giant trailer, iPhone's GLASSGATE ramps up, and all Apple handhelds grow a little tail. All this and more, today, on THE DAILY SLASH!

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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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The Daily Slash: April 12th 2010

The Daily Slash: April 12th 2010

Today, April 12th, was Microsoft's day to shine (even if the weather wasn't helping), but we'll go ahead and leave the results of that process up to you. The Kin One and Kin Two are definitely interesting devices, but we've definitely got to wait and see how the general public feels about it. As for the end of this beautiful Monday, welcome to the Daily Slash. Tonight, in the Best of R3, we've got a red phone that just may slide into your pocket, the ability to multitask granted to an iPad, and a little Apple news that may disappoint. And then caught up in the 'net, we've got Korean underage kids being cut off from their video games; proof (kind of) of a Verizon Wireless iPhone; and finally an affordable Hackintosh tablet.

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The Daily Slash: April 7th 2010

The Daily Slash: April 7th 2010

It's Wednesday. And interestingly enough, we're probably not the only ones considering today "the day before." The day before what? Well, it's the day before we get to fire up our legendary, homegrown liveblogging system again. We'll be at the iPhone OS 4.0 event, and hopefully you'll join us as we detail what's going down with the latest software update from Cupertino. Until then, we've got tonight's Daily Slash. As we go forth, we'll look into the best of the best in the R3 Media's network. And in the dredge net, we've got the most notorious eReader rumored to make a retail appearance soon, and we have Nintendo telling the world that the iPad isn't for gaming. Then we've got lightsabers that will save your from the dark. And finally, a cellphone that goes way out of its way to be ridiculous.

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