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The Daily Slash: April 26th 2010

The Daily Slash: April 26th 2010

It's the beginning of another week, and it's already turned into a crazy roller-coaster. That's sure to make the rest of the week just as entertaining, and we're eagerly looking forward to it. As for tonight's edition of the Daily Slash, in the Best of R3 we've got the EVO 4G getting a price, the iPad won't just be sold in Apple Stores come the end of the month, and the HTC Triumph exists. As for the Dredge 'Net, we've got the coolest post-it note dispenser ever, benchmarks for the MacBook Pro Core i7, and finally HTC is getting sued.

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The Daily Slash: April 20th 2010

The Daily Slash: April 20th 2010

It's only Tuesday, and this week already feels like a rollercoaster. And it's probably not going to slow down any time soon. Either way, it gives us enough juice to get through the day, and we can't ask for anything more than that, now can we? In tonight's edition of the Daily Slash, we've got Seesmic adding some goodies to their Android app, a man's pinky getting stolen, and an expensive phone. And then in the dredge 'net, there's a camera that takes one for the team, the iPhone HD won't have a removable battery, either, and the App Store sees the cartoon light.

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The Daily Slash: April 19th 2010

The Daily Slash: April 19th 2010

Did you make it through your weekend all right? We certainly hope so, because we're glad you could make it here tonight for the newest Daily Slash. Tonight, in the Best of R3, we've got a Motorola flip phone that runs Android, the iPad's got two different ways to find out if you dunked it in water, and finally a phone that's become a reality. And then, in the dredge 'net, we have a chandelier made of OLED panels, a suspended transit train, and then presumably more bad news for Palm.

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The Daily Slash: April 16th 2010

The Daily Slash: April 16th 2010

Here we are at the end of the week, and don't you feel better for it? Thanks for sticking it out with us. In tonight's Daily Slash, we've got a nice mix of interesting stories, so we'll have to jump right into it. First up, in the Best of R3, we've got something like an official statement about Android 2.1 for Sprint; Steve Jobs has his own style of PR; and finally a phone like the Samsung Galaxy S heading to T-Mobile. And then in the dredge 'net, shrimp and glass may be the next best thing in medical; rollerblades are so yesterday; the XPERIA X10 can't do multitouch, but it's getting it anyway; and finally, Apple's getting sued.

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The Daily Slash: April 15th 2010

The Daily Slash: April 15th 2010

Ah, it's Thursday. We're well into the final stretch, folks, so stay on track! We're happy to have you here with us, partaking in the Daily Slash that we love so much to bring to the world. We've got quite the assortment for you tonight, so we're going to have to get right into it. Hopefully you don't mind. First up, in the Best of R3, we've got some pretty impressive numbers for the Android community; we've got plans for the iPad Camera connection accessory; and finally we've got an internal document that may bring a little extra to a newly official handset. And then in the 'net, Sony seems to be outsourcing their VAIO lineup; Google is bringing the goats back to Mountain View; another report says the next iPhone is definitely getting announced in June; and finally, Boxee loves all screens types.

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The Daily Slash: April 14th 2010

The Daily Slash: April 14th 2010

It's the hump day that we discussed yesterday, and hopefully you've survived to see the other side. And tonight's Daily Slash, of course. But that goes without saying. Tonight we've got a nice assortment of stories, ranging from the moderately ridiculous, to the just plain awesome. Up first, within the Best of R3, we've got a 55-inch TV that's running Android, iPads being confiscated, and the sixth largest wireless carrier in the United States getting very lucky. And then in the 'net, we're happy to bring you a snowmobile to destroy all other snowmobiles, a charger that will juice up your gadgets, an egg that needs a nest of paperclips, and finally a keyboard that's perfect for the office.

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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 9th 2010

The Daily Slash: April 9th 2010

It's Friday night, and you're probably out doing something else right now. Then again, if you're reading this, maybe not. Unless you've got one of those fancy things that gives you the Internet in the palm of your hand. Then hopefully you've been taking SlashGear all over the place with you. In any case, welcome to the Daily Slash, where we bring you the best of the 'net. First up, in the Best of R3 section, we've got the HTC Hero getting a new leak; the iPad feels a sizeable Quake; and AT&T is trying to change a few things. And then in the net, we pull up a good old story that just won't die about Halo; a Chinese chess set perfectly placed in the digital age; bad news for England; and finally, a litter box of the future.

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The Daily Slash: March 30 2010

The Daily Slash: March 30 2010

There's only one more day left in the month, which means folks are one more day closer to the iPad. So, just because it's definitely part of the day-to-day news feed, we'll knock out the Apple-related news first, shall we? Speaking of, it's looking like Canada may, in fact, be part of the rest of the world's roll-out of the Apple tablet. Great news for the North, eh? Then, considering how much FedEx drives around, it's probably time for the delivery company to invest in some electric vehicles, right? Next, we've got a jug of milk that's smarter than all of us. And finally, the official Xbox 360 "pre-configured" USB drive gets officially priced, but you probably won't like the results.

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