Monthly Archives: March 2011

NoDo Windows Phone 7 update hits the Venue Pro, Dell update to follow

Well, it looks like Venue Pro owners will be getting not one but two software updates in the near future. Dell has just confirmed that the much-anticipated NoDo Windows Phone 7 update has begun rolling out to devices today, and … Continue reading

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Dell’s Andy Lark bashes the iPad, points out far-fetched figures instead of actual flaws

In business, there’s a right way to take on a rival, and apparently, the Dell way. If you’re up for taking a lesson in the latter, look no further than the CIO article down in our source link. There, Dell’s … Continue reading

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Innopocket EliteFoilo Carbon Fiber iPad2 Case

The newly announced EliteFolio Carbon Fiber iPad 2 case from Innopocket is handmade from 100% real carbon fiber.  A molded shell fits onto the back of the iPad 2, and another piece folds over to protect the screen when not … Continue reading

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The Best Deal of the Day [Dealzmodo]

I don’t have a desk. And it’s not because I’m some progressive thinking, no shower taking hippie who would rather do work in the park while flying a kite and painting rainbows. No, that’s not me. I just don’t have … Continue reading

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Android Apps Now Support In-App Billing [Blip]

And just like that, the Android Market got a weensy bit better, with in-app billing. Expect to see a lot of those free apps suddenly introducing worthy in-app upgrades. [Android Dev Blog] More » Source: http://feeds.gawker.com/~r/gizmodo/full/~3/IXqwiPyCVoA/android-apps-now-support-in+app-billing Saic Satyam Computer Services Ses … Continue reading

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Zapd Lets You Make Pretty Websites on Your iPhone [Apps]

Zapd is like Tumblr, in that it makes making pretty websites super easy, but Zapd does all its web building magic from your iPhone. You pick a theme (and they’re all rather nice!), upload some photos, add captions or links … Continue reading

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BlackBerry Messenger to hit iPhone on 26th April?

Could Blackberry Messenger hit the iPhone on the 26th April? Following a story earlier this month about RIM possibly bringing its Blackberry Messenger to iOS and Android, a MacRumours forum member has said that Co-CE Jim Balsillie reportedly announced at … Continue reading

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To Bling or not to bling, that is the question

When it comes to your favorite gadgets, do you like to stand out or blend in? Do you spend more money on a fancy case for your phone than what the phone itself is worth? If you answered yes to … Continue reading

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O’Reilly helps Japan, offers entire e-book catalog for 50% off, today only

O’reilly make some of the best computer books in the world. They also sell them as DRM-free e-books in a bunch of formats, including PDFs and Mobi for Kindle. They usually offer one “Deal of the Day”, which is a … Continue reading

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Cloud Storage Faceoff: Windows Live SkyDrive vs. Dropbox vs. Amazon Cloud Drive [Lifehacker Faceoff]

With Amazon’s recent entry into consumer cloud storage, we’ve got quite a few competitors offering great and varying options—but which one is the best? Here’s a look at Windows Live SkyDrive, Dropbox, and Amazon Cloud Drive, and our top pick … Continue reading

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