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Facebook App for iPhone gets 3.1 update, Push support, more problems?

With the release of Facebook for iPhone version 3.1 things were supposed to get better, others were to get fixed, but in all reality, most of it is broken for many users.

Speck Skins the iPhone with CandyShell, SeeThru and Fitted cases

Our friends at Speck have busted out a cornucopia of colorful cases destined for the iPhone 3G and 3GS at CES this year. The lineup includes the CandyShell, Fitted and SeeThru. These three new models will bring us over 30 different case colors and combinations to choose from.

Upgraded line of Dell Inspiron laptops revealed, Studio line stands out

Dell's upgrading us with all their latest laptops today. They have put out a new line of standard Inspiron notebooks at 14, 15 and 17-inch sizes.

HTC Smart now running the Qualcomm BREW OS

Europe and Asia will be getting a new phone called the "Smart" by HTC. The phone will run on Qualcomm's BREW platform, a cheaper and hopefully "smarter" alternative for the consumer.

Audiovox makes a splash at CES 2010

The Rock Pot and the EZ4000 are among two of the more sexier devices Audiovox unleashed on us at CES this year.

TuneBug does the Shake, with a bit of Vibe

TuneBug has a pair of devices that use SurfaceSound technology, I've actually been waiting quite some time for this technology to surface.

iPhone to go with the FLO.. TV

Thank's to innovation and excellence, a bit of teamwork and of course, the determination on behalf of the guys and gals at FLO, they have teamed up with Mophie to integrate FLO TV hardware right in to the ever-so-popular Juice Pack.

Nokia Charger Recall: How To Get Your Fix

Nokia has announced a recall on millions of faulty cellphone chargers that could possibly shock users. The recall is for Nokia-branded chargers manufactured by BYD Electronic Company of China. The plastic housing surrounding the chargers can separate, thus exposing the internals potentially creating a shock hazard.

Asus EeeBox EB1501 Nettop with Ion Graphics, DVD Slot and 1080p...

Asus hits us with another, the EeeBox PC Eb1501 lightweight entertainment PC. In fact it's so light that it can balance itself on a single corner.

IBM lithium-air Oxygen battery to take EVs to the next level

We all dream of the day we can step out of the house, unplug our car and drive for 500 miles on a single charge. If IBM has anything to say about it, we will be doing just that in no time at all.

Video: Bio Oil Production Goes Mobile

The technology behind the ROI machine is fast pyrolysis, this will fractionate wood and other types of biomass into Bio-Oil, Syngas and Char.

Review: Speck Hardshell Case for the Apple MacBook Pro Line

What’s worse than having your precious new shiny smooth MacBook Pro scuffed up? Probably having an old scratched up MacBook Pro listed on...

iPhone Unlock Software Released

The iPhone just got "Pwned" by the DevTeam. PwnageTool was released to let iPhone users access the full capability of their device. ...

SanDisk microSDHC Card reaches 12GB

It's getting pretty exciting seeing all these memory chips explode in capacity, while almost vanishing in size. If you have an actual Micro...

SanDisk Unleashes 32GB Sansa View, 4GB Sansa Clip

SanDisk unleashed a massive 32GB version of the Sansa View, and a 4GB of the Sansa Clip, in their efforts to interest the Apple...

Transcend to sell 16GB SDHC for $200

Last month Trascend first unveiled their 16GB high-capacity SDHC memory card. Today we have received reports from the manufacturer that the street price...

Laptop Shade Looks Ghetto, Ruins a Day In The Sun

The Sun and its rays are a laptop user's greatest enemy. Direct sunlight can overheat a laptop causing it to explode (we know how...

Canon EOS-1D Mark III – The World’s Fastest D-SLR

Yes, it is here, the rumors have ended by Canon's release of the new flagship professional D-SLR, the EOS-1D Mark III. This beast...

African Blackwood and Gold Make for a $7,000 MP3 Player

Is your MP3 player like all the rest? A conventional looking interface, jog wheel perhaps, an anodized aluminum casing or piano black plastic? ...

Cellular-Book Rollable Display Mobile Device Unveiling at 3GSM

Telecom Italia and Polymer Vision have reached an agreement to manufacture a rollable display device for the mobile market in 2007. The device...

Peugeot’s Top 10 Design Contest Vehicles

The Peugeot Design Contest from last year is near its end. Ten designs have been selected as the finalists, some fancy, most futuristic,...

Breaking: Mazda 3 vehicles lock assembly issue causes alarm

A rash of Mazda 3 owners have fell victim to a sneaky method of forced entry to their zoom zooms. When returning to...

Exclusive: Audi R8 Supercar Video Gallery

We've got pics, specs and now we've got the videos. Audi has sent over some exclusive videos of the mouth-watering Audi R8 Supercar. ...

BlackBerry Pearl in White from Rogers Wireless

T-Mobile isn't the only one having pearlescent fun, word is that Rogers Wireless in Canada will be offering the BlackBerry Pearl White qwerty smartphone...

Top Tech of the week, CES + MacWorld + Detroit Auto...

This week was like Christmas, the Super Bowl, Thanksgiving and your birthday all packed into one mind-blowing weekend. MacWorld delivers the goods for drooling...

Belkin Cooling Stand is chilled and smooth

Powered by your laptop's USB port is the Belkin Cooling Stand. With a fan in the center to help circulate hot air, the...

Belkin TuneStudio mixes it up at CES

Belkin today at CES 2007 in Las Vegas, and jointly at MacWorld, has revealed their iPod 5g four-channel audio mixer. This rack of...

Projector concept turns fingers into keyboard

This projector concept by designer Sunman Kwon uses similar technology to that of the Virtual Keyboard that we loved so many years ago. ...

Kingston ships secure 256bit encrypted flash drives

Kingston is out to save your lost and stolen data, their latest product - the Kingston DataTraveler Secure Privacy Edition claims to protect your...

Palm Treo 680 is $199 from Cingular

$199 isn’t quite free, but it sure beats the $399 that the Palm Treo 680 is selling for directly on the manufacturers website. ...

Red MotoRazr to help fight Aids

Hot off the latest Sprint Motorola campaign is the Red MotoRazr V3m. This thing is red-hot, if you purchase one, a share of...

Archos 604 WiFi edition ships for $450

When does the line between a portable video player (PVP) and personal digital assistant (PDA) become blurred? When the Archos 604 WiFi shipped today....

Blasting beats in the bike lane: MP3 dock for your handlebars

There isn’t a whole lot you can do to tech-out your two-wheeler these days, sure there are computers to tell you how fast and...

Logitech Alto keeps exploding laptops at a safe distance

Now that more people want to get laptops actually off their freakin laps, companies are looking at alternative uses for their mobile counterparts. ...

Rogers to deploy HSDPA throughout Canada

Rogers Wireless has begun their deployment of a High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) wireless network in Canada. First up is Toronto, more...

YouTube Mobile Videos in 2007

YouTube, the newly acquired video giant of Google has plans to take things a bit more mobile. The service to be launched next...

Cingular Music launched with Sync phone

Cingular Wireless has just launched music services for cell phone subscribers, they are calling it Cingular Music. With Cingular Music are several avenues...

BenQ MP510 ultra cool, ultra quiet and ultra affordable projector

The latest projector creation to come out of the BenQ labs is the MP510, just shy of 6 pounds with a 10.9" x 8.2"...

Sun and Wind-powered ferry coming to San Fran

Hornblower Yachts plans to purchase two 600-passenger trimarans from Solar Sailor of Australia, these hybridized ferries will cost between $6 and $8 million, and...

Nissan Altima Hybrid with dual exhaust to debut in 2007

Not wanting to cannibalize their combustion engines market share, Nissan has finally choked up enough tar to debut their first gasoline-electric hybrid. The...

Cingular HP iPAQ hw6920 available October 31st

Cingular will be the first U.S. carrier to offer the HP iPAQ hw6920 Mobile Messenger, bursting with five wireless technologies: GSM/GPRS/EDGE, Wi-Fi, GPS,...

Sony NV-U71T personal navigation device takes on traffic

We saw the Nav-U NV-U50 and the NV-U70 come out early last December. Now Sony is dropping the NV-U71T and giving buyers a bit...

Plastic Logic flexible E Ink display bumped to 150ppi

While Sony keeps running through the excuse list for their e-book Reader release delay, others are competing to create a more “flexible” solution. ...

MacBook Pros go Core 2 Duo, finally

Not that we expected it to happen overnight, but Apple has gotten around to dropping that oh so fast Core 2 Duo chip in...

Toshiba TDP-FF1AU ‘palm-sized’ mobile projector available now

Toshiba today has introduced their super compact DLP TDP-FF1AU mobile projector. The energy-efficient system uses an LED light source rated for 10,000 hours of...

Zune vs. iPod giveaway

Mobile Magazine would like to thank all of our readers for making this milestone possible. Our 10,000th article is coming very, very zune. ...

Sony Memory stick PRO duo reaches 4GB

Sony has upped the ante on the amount of memory you can carry around with your PlayStation Portable. The 4GB Memory stick PRO...

Toshiba Gigabeat V30T mobile TV now ships July 15th

Toshiba Japan pushed back the release date for the V30T, their new plan is to ship the pocket-sized wonder begining July 15th. The little...

Review: Oakley O ROKR with NaviPlay iPod Transmitter

Oakley teamed up with Motorola for the latest version of their wearable electronics shades, the Bluetooth enabled, Gascan-based O ROKR. Although very similar in...

Review: Oakley Thump 2 MP3 Shades

When Oakley first released the Thump line of digital audio eyewear back in December of 2004 they had one thing in mind, to make...