The Daily Slash: November 16 2010

Today we reconfirm the idea that Google Voice for iPhone is a big deal – then argue about it! Apple told the world they'd be changed forever after today, then the Beatles are released on iTunes! We review and/or unbox the following items: SoundFreaq SFQ-01A, Google Voice for iPhone, Samsung Continuum, and Evan's epic week with the HTC HD7 continues with "Software!" Barnes and Noble's Nook Color officially goes on sale, and Google CEO Eric Schmidt's Web 2.0 2010 appearance video is up for multiple views – the Nexus S! Gingerbread! Sweetness! On the business end of things, Samsung Galaxy Tab's production may very well be cut in half due to poor demand, Panasonic is entering the Japanese Smartphone market in 2011, and 1 MILLION Optimus One smartphones have been sold in one month! Oh and the T-Mobile G2 was overclocked to 1.9Ghz like it was no big dealSlashART

Ever wonder how many floppy disks it would take to install your modern day applications on your desktop? What's that? You never used floppy disks to install anything before? You kids. Here's a project that'll make you appreciate this modern age of USB stick installation: "3.5 Inch Poster" is a set of posters displaying color-coded floppy disks with labels displaying which application they're going to be used to install. On each disk is a number, for example "iTunes 8 – Install Disk 17/46" that means it'd take 46 of these hunks of plastic just to install your everyday iTunes 8 update. The other results are thus (and they're approximate: 358 disk for Adobe Photoshop CS4, 1760 disk for the Sims 3, 12 disk for Firefox 3, 36 disk for Firefox Add-ons. Old programs, old disks! Also, looks like Firefox wins! Or loses? These posters will be available for purchase soon via AntrepoShop. Designed by Mehmet Gozetlik in collaboration with Emre Basak.

[Via Mehmet Gozetlik]

R3 Media NetworkAndroid CommunityAngry Birds Update Gets Mod to Optimize Gameplay and Hide Ads [HAPPY BIRDS]ACCESS Launches NetFront Life Mobile Browser for Android Devices – Free for Download [ALL SIDEWAYS]T-Mobile G2 Overclocked to 1.9Ghz [FAST]Australian Sony Ericsson Twitter Releases Android 2.1 Update Info for Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 and Mini [UPDATES]Samsung Galaxy Tab Production Cut in Half, According to Analyst [CHOP]Panasonic entering the japanese smartphone market in 2011 [WATCH OUT]Bootlace creators to bring Froyo to iPhone 4 and iPad [STRAP EM UP!]LG Vortex due Nov 18; 1m Optimus One smartphones sold in a month [LIKE HOTCAKES]Swedish firm outs world's first Android TV [WATCHIN STAR WARS]Aigo aigopad N700 Tegra 2 tablet launches [TABLET ALL AROUND]SlashGearSoundFreaq SFQ-01A Review [REVIEW]A Week with the HTC HD7: Software [FEATURED]Twitter Launches Push Notifications for @mentions [KNOW ALL]Phonekerchief Lets Your Date Know They've Got Your Full Attention [GIFTABLE]Google Voice for iPhone Review [REVIEW]Google Voice for iPhone Launches [LAUNCH]Samsung Continuum Hands-On & Unboxing [FEATURED]Beatles hit iTunes as Apple announce gets early reveal [FEATURED]LG "Star" Tegra 2 Android phone leaks: 8MP, 1080p & HDMI [LEAKY]Schmidt's Nexus S tease video now online [VIDEO]B&N NOOK Color on sale now; new firmware for original NOOK next week [COLOR FOR ALL]Proporta outs TurboCharger Back Pack battery case for iPhone 4 [PLUGGIN]Giftmeister makes shopping easy on Android and iPhone [BURGERMEISTER MEISTERBURGER]Microsoft Kinect sells a million units in 10 days [GO FOR THE GOLD]PLX Devices XWave brain interface for Apple devices ships [CREEPY FUTURISTIC]Dell Inspiron Duo hybrid netbook on sale November 23? [FLIPPY SCREEN]

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