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Smart Diagram for Android goes with the flow

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Making diagrams seems to be something we can never get enough of. Personally, I don’t make diagrams, but if you’re work demands some type of diagram or flow chart making activities, then Smart Diagram for Android devices is probably going to appeal to you. The gesture based app lets you ...

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Yoomi Duo iPad game first to use hardware module

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The first ever iPad game to be combined with real hardware is now available for purchase from Toys R' Us. The game called "Yoomi Duo" uses a round chip holder that sits atop the iPad's LCD, players use the chips and place them on the holder while guessing which image the other player would choose.

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Motorola Droid 2 explosion was a hoax?

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Surprised? That Motorola Droid 2 that allegedly exploded while a man was talking on it could be nothing more than a case of attempted fraud, if an “anonymous Motorola representative” is to be believed. According to GearLog, an unnamed source at Motorola said there was no evidence of an explosion ...

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$99 Dell “Venue Pro” slider runs WP7

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The cheapest Windows 7 Phone to date has to be the Dell Venue Pro. It has slid in at $99 with new activation and 2-year contract. The regularly priced $450 phone runs a 1Ghz Qualcomm QSD8250 processor, shoots HD video and has the flashy new Windows mobile OS.

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Onkyo 3D capable R5 notebook is for Japan

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Onkyo of all companies has announced its latest notebook, a 3D-capable R5 Series Intel Core i5 powerhouse. Its 3D system is unspecified, but will be able to convert 2D content from Blu-ray and downloads for 3D viewing on the impressive high-definition 15.6-inch wide glow (1,366 × 768) LCD.

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Looxcie Bluetooth headset camera raises privacy concerns over ‘always on recording’

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Sometimes its scary when the future of technology stares you right in the face, quite literally with the Looxcie. It's a full on mobile surveilance system that brings us into a horrific privacy debate regarding "always on recording." Regulations need to be put in place with this type of technology, perhaps to only be used as an enhancement for law enforcement agencies.

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