Monthly Archives: March 2011

Complete Browser for webOS offers tabs, private browsing

If you use a webOS smartphone and want a more desktop-like browsing experience, head to the App Catalog and check out Complete Browser. The app builds on the default webOS browser core and provides a handful of useful additional features … Continue reading

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Google Joins NFC Forum To Advance Near Field Communication Technology

Google is one of 32 companies to recently join the NFC Forum, a non-profit industry association that has been advancing the use of Near Field Communication (NFC) technology since its founding in 2004. Google is joining the organization as a … Continue reading

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Delta E4 electric coupe goes out for a spin, carrying lucky humanoid (video)

When was the last time you rode in an electric vehicle almost entirely constructed of carbon fiber and good for 250 miles on a charge? We’re laying odds on “never,” which is why we turned a shade of violent green … Continue reading

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Vimeo’s gratis iOS video editing app punks iMovie in its own house, available now

Still waffling over that bank-shattering $4.99 iMovie purchase? We get it. Thankfully, you’ve held out long enough for the free market to come and rescue you (again) — Vimeo has just launched a legitimate alternative into the App Store today … Continue reading

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ECOmove QBEAK EV unveiled, grows a roof but no actual beak (video)

You might expect a car with the word “beak” in its nose to have something of a pronounced proboscis. Not so. It’s the ECOmove QBEAK, a little, orange, all-electric car that’s now been shown in the actual flesh in both … Continue reading

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Best Buy Connect takes the 4G leap, now stocking over 20 WiMAX products

Took ‘em long enough! Nearly a full year has elapsed between the time that Best Buy announced that its ‘Connect‘ program would support 4G and the time that it actually started stocked 4G gear. In fact, the company actually took … Continue reading

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ECOmove QBEAK EV unveiled, grows a roof but no actual beak (video)

You might expect a car with the word “beak” in its nose to have something of a pronounced proboscis. Not so. It’s the ECOmove QBEAK, a little, orange, all-electric car that’s now been shown in the actual flesh in both … Continue reading

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Flickr Dips Its Toes Into Social With Twitter And Facebook ?Share This? Features

Photo-sharing site Flickr, which has limitless potential in terms of the sheer number of photos stored on the service (over 5 billion at last count),

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iPad 2 sliced up again, this time in the name of radio science

By now you’ve probably watched iFixit’s recent iPad 2 teardown video several times while drooling profusely, but we just know you’re itching to find out what’s different with the innards of the WiFi-only, GSM, and CDMA versions. Well once again, … Continue reading

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Amazon Cloud Music launched without licenses, has record labels fuming

Turns out Amazon might have beaten Apple in the online music locker race by sprinting off the blocks well before the whistle was ever blown, at least if the stunned reactions by music labels are to be believed. Reuters reports: … Continue reading

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