Apple May Open Premium Game Section in App Store

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One of the worries many big game developers have had about the iPhone is that they can’t put enough money into a game to make it good because unless they sell it at $1-3 it will get lost in the shuffle. Apple may have found a solution to that problem however. is reporting that […]

First Photo of New OLPC Netbook

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This new model has dual touchscreens and may replace the previous OLPC model. There is some question as to whether or not this will be released. Erstes Foto des OLPC 2.0 | – das Netbook Blog.

Google Readying a GrandCentral 2.0

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“a new version on new infrastructure will be coming soon. Apologies to anyone who has run into issues on the legacy version.” -Jeff Huber, Google Recently David Pogue has also mentioned a new version of GrandCentral saying that everyone who works on GrandCentral still works on it and a new version is imminent. I have […]

Gmail Finally Supports Google Gears

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The obvious best usage of Google Gears has always been with Gmail, but up until now you couldn’t use Gears with Gmail, but now you can start syncing to your hearts content. The feature is still within the Google Labs feature set but because this functionality seems to be such a perfect fit for email […]

From the Ashes of Podcaster Comes RSS Player

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If you remember back in September there was an application announced for the iPhone called Podcaster that was denied from the App Store. The developer of Podcaster later released the application through Apple’s Ad-Hoc system essentially allowing him to sell the application without the App Store. Recently Almerica resubmitted Podcaster, under a different name (RSS […]

AMD announces new low-power quad-core Opterons

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AMD today announced wide availability of five new 55 watt ACP quad-core Opteron processors. The 45nm CPUs operate from 2.1 to 2.3 GHz. Also, AMD announced two new 45nm Opteron SE processors (2.8 GHz) operate in the 105 watt ACP range for higher-end performance. TG Daily – AMD announces new low-power quad-core Opterons.

Meizu M8 Prepping for March Release

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The Meizu M8  is ready for a full scale launch (and by full scale I mean mainland China) sometime in March. The Meizu M8 has been an incredibly interesting phone to watch since it was first announced shortly after the iPhone was. The phone is obviously inspired by the iPhone and it is very possible […]

iLife ’09 Now Shipping (Update: Tomorrow)

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According to some MacRumors readers, iLife ’09 is now shipping. So that means that not only will you be able to get your hands on it (legitimately) soon but, you will also be able to grab it on torrent sites in just a few days (if that is what you’re into, and of course I […]

Apple TV Sales, Mac Netbooks, and iPhone Nanos

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During Apple’s latest earnings conference call Tim Cook said said that sales of the Apple TV were up 3 times what they were at the same point last year. Although they still describe the Apple TV as a hobby Cook noted, “We think there’s something there.” I’m convinced that the Apple TV was the best […]

AMD drops quad-core Phenom processor pricing

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In addition to reducing the price of current CPUs, AMD also plans to launch the Phenom II X4 950 in the second quarter with a core frequency of 3.1GHz. AMD drops quad-core Phenom processor pricing.

Android G2 Pictured

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It isn’t confirmed that the device pictured is in fact the G2 but it does seem to be running Android and has a significantly better design than the G1 does. Gizmodo says it will come in mid-May and from the pictures we see that it has a 3.2MP camera. Android G2 Photos: Thinner and No […]

iWork ’09: Serial number not required for installation of retail boxes

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Finally a big software company understands how to deal with piracy, ignore it. iWork ’09: Serial number not required for installation of retail boxes.

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