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Archive for February 2nd, 2012

Tim Cook shoots off an email, Donald Trump shoots off his mouth, and the new iPod nano may shoot (not great) pictures. The remainders for Wednesday, February 1, 2011 are taking a shot in the dark. Read more HERE

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The number of PC users who employ Chrome as their primary browser continues to grow and grow. If you’ve already made the transition to Chrome, and you use an Android smartphone, there’s a good chance you’ve already tried-out Google’s Chrome to Phone app.Read more HERE

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While we nerds may best remember LeVar Burton as a VISOR-clad Starfleet officer, he also spent much of the 80s and 90s instilling in children an appreciation for reading. In fact, Burton is still stuck to the idea of encouraging childhood literacy — he launched a new company called RRKidz this past September that’s currently working on (among other things) a “disruptive” new iPad reading app. Read more HERE

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The other day @BenThePCGuy (a.k.a. Ben Rudolph) sought out to ease the pain smartphone users suffering from “DroidRage” after what appeared to be a massive adware outbreak on the Android Marketplace. He asked those afflicted to share their stories via Twitter. Ben would then pick the best (or worst) stories to receive a free Windows Phone. Read more HERE

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We’re certainly used to running across all sorts of renderings of concept phones, whether they’re something a manufacturer has put together for an expo, something a design student created on his or her own time, or (occasionally) something a joker assembled to trick people into thinking it’s a real handset. The image above just screams “concept phone” at us, yet this design is supposedly one of the few to take that big next step into becoming a very real glass-and-silicon smartphone. Read more HERE

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