Archive for October, 2009
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New leaked documents propose all the Droid Eris grumblings we’ve heard were true: it should launch November 6, and it will supposedly run $99 after rebate. That’s pretty cheap considering it matches the specs of the $180 Hero.
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What we’ve heard about the HTC Eris …
Orginal post by Chris Jacob
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A saleswoman introduces Apple's iPhone to customers in Chengdu in southwest China's Sichuan province on Saturday.
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It could be the Year of the iPhone in China, as Apple officially started selling its iconic smartphone in the …
Originally posted at News – Apple
Orginal post by Leslie Katz
If you’re a fan of comic books, you should plus be a fan of the iPhone. Apple’s smartphone is home to several neat comic-book apps designed specifically for those who want to enjoy harrowing stories of their favorite heroes in the Digital Age.
I’ve sifted through the many apps related to comic books and found a handful that you’ll want to try out. Whether you’re a DC Comics fan or you’re partial to Marvel, I think you’ll like what you find in these apps.
Get your comic on
Clickwheel Comic Reader whether you plan to read comic books on your iPhone, the Clickwheel Comic Reader will be able to satisfy that desire.
When you start using Clickwheel Comic Reader, you’ll be able to sift through comic books and find one you want to read. The app doesn’t have many of the classics like those you would [...]
Orginal post by Don Reisinger
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Adobe Systems released the first Lightroom 3.0 beta only last week, but already citizens are adapting the software for their own ends. In Sean McCormack’s case, time-lapse video.
Time-lapse photography, for those unfamiliar with it, compresses a sequence of still images into a movie that appears to speed up the passage of date. It’s how nature documentaries get those clouds scudding by the mountains and the sun racing across the sky.
Most of us use just a small fraction of what our software can do, but McCormack is one of those citizens at the other end of the spectrum who figures out how to push software well beyond the built-in feature set. In Lightroom’s case he took advantage of its ability to export a sequence of shots as a video, a feature designed to let [...]
Orginal post by Stephen Shankland
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After reading Engadget’s report citing recent complaints about Flash video playback mucking up system resources on the latest 27-inch Apple iMacs, we decided to analysis out the claims using our own system. Users on the Apple Discussion threads noticed a bug in the Flash Player that bogs …
Orginal post by Justin Yu
I am not concerned about the future, only considering I am told that humans will soon be in the clutch and thrall of robots and perfect harmony will be enjoyed by all. However, I must register the initial frisson of disturbia I experienced on reading a report from the Boston Globe magazine that suggests the iPhone may be a wise toy for 3-year-olds.
No, that is not some mocking suggestion that those who use an iPhone do, indeed, have the minds of children less than 4. It is, rather, a fascinating analysis of what happens when you just hand a 3-year-old an iPhone with the initial aim of keeping the little rodent in your life quiet.
It seems the iPhone’s happy, colorful design is not only a great attraction for a little child’s imagination, but the keyboard tends to suit tinier fingers rather better than larger ones.
Indeed, there [...]
Orginal post by Chris Matyszczyk
Besides a slew of new LG phones, the biggest news out of the Federal Communications that week is the approval of the Palm Pixi. In light of its November 15 release date, the Pixi’s appearance here is not surprising. We additionally spied the Google Android-equipped LG GW620.
considering the …
Originally posted at Dialed In Podcast
Orginal post by Kent German