The Daily Slash: October 29 2010

Chris Burns - Oct 29, 2010
The Daily Slash: October 29 2010

Today we’ve got the unboxing and hands-on of a T-Mobile G2 and an HTC Desire Z. We’ve got reviews of a whole slew of items, such as the HTC HD7, some Parrot Zikmu speakers, and a pair of JH Audio JH16 Pro earbuds. There’s a big fat reminder of the costume contest for the LG Optimus T (YOU COULD WIN IT). We have a conversation with Barnes & Noble, learn of a lovely couple of pumpkin carvings, and get listed in the featured section of the ever-so-nicely-designed Pulse App for all your favorite devices. Get into it! Today, on The Daily Slash.

Your Moment of Near-Halloween Geek-Zen The greatest parts of the fact that the folks around my generation are having kids are the ways they have fun raising those children. Take, for example, the costumes they take the time to make for them. Today it’s your choice, two of the most amazing kid costumes DIY created by their parents (or grandparents in the case of kid #2.) Choose either Sweet Juniper’s Kid Robotcop, or Kid Jawa as presented by “fatrobot” of Reddit. I could never make such a choice, never in all my life.

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HTC HD7 Heading Amazon Wireless For $170
Windows Phone Receives Amazon Kindle App
Verizon Motorola Droid Pro Version Will Not Have A camera

Android Community
T-Mobile G2 Unboxing and Hands-on [UNBOXING]
REMINDER: 1 Day left to enter our LG Optimus T Halloween Giveaway! [GIVEAWAY]
A Bit of Extra Clarity for Would-Be Developers of NookColor Apps
Last Free Phone Friday at BestBuy: Snag a Droid Incredible or a Samsung Vibrant
Android Halloween Pumpkin Carving is Pure Win [PUMPKINS!]

Mount Everest: Now with WiFi
Apple Now 4th Largest Global Mobile Phone Vendor
JH Audio JH16 Pro [REVIEW]
Parrot Zikmu speakers [REVIEW]
SlashGear in Featured Sources section of Pulse App
HTC Desire Z unboxing & video demo [FEATURED]
All 89,000 Microsoft staff getting Windows Phone 7 devices
Samsung GT-P1010 WiFi-only Galaxy Tab clears FCC

Dress your little kid or animal or animal/kid up for Halloween or I will just cry forever. All kids should be in costume at all times, and all costumes should employ LED lights. To see more Daily Slash posts, click here: [The Daily Slash]

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