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WarpDrive SSD Card Launched by LSI for $11,500

WarpDrive SSD Card Launched by LSI for $11,500

Quite the dollar amount. This is the new LSI SLP-300 acceleration card, intended for a different set of purchasers that me and... well probably you too. It's a low-profile solid state storage card aimed directly at big companies hoping to keep performance but reduce clutter. This bad boy delivers data efficiency to the tune of hundreds of hard drives while consuming less than 25W of power, claims LSI. That sounds quite amazing, says we. Sounds quite amazing indeed.

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Google Voice for iPhone Review

Google Voice for iPhone Review

Thanks to Google, we now have an official Google Voice application available in Apple's App Store. The day that many thought would never come, finally has, and so we needed to find out if the wait was really worth it. After all, with something that has been longed for this long, it's only right that we dig into it right off the bat, and find out if the official version was something we've really been wanting all along. So, does Google Voice for iPhone really stack up? Find out after the cut.

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NETGEAR ReadyNAS Replicate Simplifies Multi-Site Backup, Available Now

NETGEAR ReadyNAS Replicate Simplifies Multi-Site Backup, Available Now

NETGEAR took some time out of their busy Friday mid-morning, and announced quite a few things. The first of which is the brand new NETGEAR ReadyNAS Replicate application software, which is designed specifically to help those in business and enterprise situations. As more and more data is transmitted every day, NETGEAR knew that there had to be a better solution for protecting it, backing it up, and having a way to recover important information when its needed. That's where the ReadyNAS Replicate comes in.

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Amazon Kindle App Coming to Windows Phone 7

Amazon Kindle App Coming to Windows Phone 7

In today's world, there's no surprise that you'll find a popular eReader application on another piece of tech altogether. For example, Amazon's Kindle application has found its way to plenty of devices that many people would consider "the competition." That's not stopping Amazon from releasing the application on more devices, of course. The company has just announced today that you'll be able to find the Kindle App on upcoming Windows Phone 7 devices.

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Netflix Update Adds Video Out Support for iPhone 4, iPod 4th Gen

Netflix Update Adds Video Out Support for iPhone 4, iPod 4th Gen

Netflix slipped out an update to their application available in Apple's App Store, focusing on the iPod Touch and iPhone. The new version, which was officially released yesterday, covers quite a few bug fixes that people had reported since the previous update to the application. While bug fixes are great, it's the other addition included in the update that has Netflix subscribers who own an iPhone 4 or a 4th generation iPod Touch pretty happy.

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AT&T unveils new Voicemail Viewer app

AT&T unveils new Voicemail Viewer app

AT&T has announced a new application that will let users keep in touch with voicemail from home using their smartphone while they are on the road. The new app is called Voicemail Viewer. The app is able to list your home voicemail messages and allows the user to choose which one s to listen too. The app will also notify when new messages are received.

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EA Sports FIFA Soccer 11 Lands on the iPhone and iPod Touch [Video]

EA Sports FIFA Soccer 11 Lands on the iPhone and iPod Touch [Video]

EA Mobile, part of Electronic Arts Inc., officially announced the availability of their latest title in their epic lineage of soccer titles, EA Sports FIFA Soccer 11. Keeping up with the tradition of their previous releases, EA Mobile is stepping up the playing field, as they've included the previous features that fans have grown to love, but also thrown in plenty of new things that players will welcome with open arms. EA Mobile says they've unlocked the horse power of the iDevices they are available on, delivering an engaging and genuine soccer experience, right in your hand.

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BlackBerry PlayBook Tablet Will Get Amazon’s Kindle Application

BlackBerry PlayBook Tablet Will Get Amazon’s Kindle Application

Research In Motion has officially unveiled the brand new PlayBook, the company's first tablet device, and they're pulling out all the stops. For fans of the BlackBerry lineage, getting the Amazon Kindle application on their device was a good day, and for those already thinking about picking up the tablet device with the BlackBerry logo on there, you'll be happy to know that Amazon is planning on releasing the Kindle application for the tablet device.

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Amazon Kindle Gets Scrabble as First Third-Party Paid App

Amazon Kindle Gets Scrabble as First Third-Party Paid App

Amazon's Kindle software just got updated on the Android platform, bringing with it plenty of new features, and now the hardware version is getting something special, too: it's first paid app from a third-party publisher. It comes from EA, and it's something you might have heard of before. A little thing called Scrabble. The application is available right now for the third and second generation Kindles, as well as all generations of the Kindle DX.

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Spotify Adding United States to Future Subscribers in Third Quarter 2010

Spotify Adding United States to Future Subscribers in Third Quarter 2010

We wouldn't necessarily say that Spotify, a music streaming service in Europe with more than 7 million subscribers, has had a rough history. In fact, with 7 million subscribers and 325,000 of those being paid subscribers, we'd say the service is doing really well for itself. Of course, anyone who's been paying attention to the service's touch-and-go dialogue about coming to the States knows that it's been a long time coming. It doesn't help that it got approved for Apple's App Store, for use on the iPod Touch and iPhone, across the pond either. But, it looks like all of that is about to change.

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