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Google Currents: Digital magazine for iOS and Android

Google Currents: Digital magazine for iOS and Android

Google Currents has been officially launched, a digital magazine for iPad, iPhone and Android smartphones and tablets delivering full-length articles from over 150 different publishing partners including SlashGear. Optimized to suit phones and slates, Currents offers text, audio, photos and videos, including offline support, as well as the ability to load users' own Google+ and Google Reader accounts along with RSS, video and photo feeds to consume your own customized content.

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LG Nitro HD hands-on and unboxing

LG Nitro HD hands-on and unboxing

If you want a top tier Android smartphone rocking just about all the top of the line specs we've seen lately then you'll want to keep reading and check out the brand new LG Nitro HD. Powered by a dual-core processor and AT&T 4G LTE this phone is here to compete with the best. Also, don't forget that huge and bright 4.5" 1280 x 720p HD resolution display LG's equipped this phone with. We have plenty of pictures and a quick hands-on with this new smartphone so check it all out below.

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Samsung Galaxy S II Review [AT&T]

Samsung Galaxy S II Review [AT&T]

Say hello to the Samsung Galaxy S II for AT&T now that this phone has finally landed in the US. I'm sure everyone was jealous it was first released throughout Europe and Asia, but for those that have patiently been waiting it's finally here and available for AT&T. The first one available, the Epic 4G Touch just launched and you can see it here, but this is all about the AT&T version of the popular Galaxy S II phone. Head on below for all the details and pictures you could ask for.

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Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet hands-on

Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet hands-on

For all the power users and business minded today we have the ultimate tablet for you. This is the Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet. With a similar design and feel to current and past Lenovo laptops, but with that flare we call Android 3.1 Honeycomb. This has it all from a dual-core processor, stylus support and even a full sized USB port for all your connectivity needs. Today we'll be doing a quick hands-on with the tablet and you can expect a detailed review soon. Head down past the break for the unboxing video and a few quick pictures.

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YouTube adds basic video editing features

YouTube adds basic video editing features

YouTube unleashed an update today that adds some basic video editing features to its online video platform. Besides basic settings such as stabilization, brightness, contrast, and saturation, the update also offers special effects filters similar to those found on apps like Instagram.

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Blockbuster Attempts Neftlix Customer Thievery in Wake of Price Hikes

Blockbuster Attempts Neftlix Customer Thievery in Wake of Price Hikes

If you're not aware that Netflix is raising their prices in all sects, you're not a Netflix customer. On the other hand, you'd have to not be Netflix customer to give a hoot what Blockbuster was doing with their video plans. But that's just the plan Blockbuster has, to scoop up the Netflix customers who've recently left the movie rental group because of the rising prices they've recently revealed. What Blockbuster has here is a 30-day free trial of their normally $9.99 to $14.99 per month service known as Blockbuster Total Access.

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ASUS PadFone hands-on roundup [Video]

ASUS PadFone hands-on roundup [Video]

ASUS' PadFone is currently splitting opinion at Computex 2011, and not just because the company has bizarrely chosen to brand the décolletage of its demo model. As well as a couple of ASUS-made demos, we're seeing a number of hands-on first impressions of the hybrid phone/tablet prototype, and we've gathered them all up for you after the cut.

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ASUS PadFone runs IE8? [Video gaffe]

ASUS PadFone runs IE8? [Video gaffe]

ASUS is mighty proud of its PadFone, but it seems in its hurry to get the prototype ready for Computex 2011 this week, some of the more unusual features have gone unmentioned: namely, the fact that Internet Explorer 8 apparently runs on the tablet. In what we're guessing is a mockup accident, the new ASUS "Behind the Scenes" video showing the PadFone's design journey shows Microsoft's IE8 getting some surfing playtime, where we'd normally expect to see the regular Android Honeycomb browser.

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