Asus Transformer 2 Android Convertible Tablet Teaser Video

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Asus is working on a new Transformer 2 tablet for Android. The convertible tablet will allow you to easily dock to a full QWERTY keyboard. The video teaser has all kinds of special effects where eventually the Transformer 2 tablet is raised upon pilars of exploding light. Yes, the gods have descended upon man and brought him the Asus Transformer 2.

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BlackBerry Trails Is A Digital Timeline Of Your Virtual Life

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BlackBerry demo’d Trails today at DevCon. Trails is a visualization experience of aggregated data through time. It makes viewing an extreme amount of data easier and more functional. Contacts, BBM, calendar information, whatever you have communicated and with whomever you have communicated is turned into a beautiful visual experience. BlackBerry wants this to be an alternative to typical lists of information we are used to sifting.

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Review: Motorola Droid 3 Android Smartphone on Verizon

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The Motorola Droid 3 is one of the fastest Android handsets on the market. The 1 Ghz dual core processor allows it to handle the most taxing apps and games you can get your hands on. The design is in line with the previous Droid models, this one being the slimmest of them all.

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Why I love the iPhone 4 Wooden Jack Backs

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Jesse at Repair Launch sent me his iPhone 4 broken glass repair kit, while Jack Backs did a bit of customization and shipped over a beautifully laser cut metatron cube on a wooden back. Why metatron you ask? Why not I say. It looked detailed enough to put their skills to the test, and ever since I saw it on some poster I was drawn to its shape and geometry. It also looks pretty rad when my phone is on a desk.

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Cult Classic Duke Nukem 3D to Launch on Android

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The iconic classic first person shooter, Duke Nukem 3D, is growing in radioactivity as TapJoy and MachineWorks plan to launch the title for Android users. Already out for iOS with seemingly favorable reviews, the game should not be confused with the newer title with modern graphics, Duke Nukem Forever.

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Ortsbo to release Voice to Text translation and crowd-sourcing Wiki

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We’ve known of Ortsbo – the instant translation messenger for your desktop and instant messenger, and most recently your iPhone device – for quite some time now. It allows you to chat in over 50 languages with anyone across the world with realtime translation.

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Tech Crunch Part 2: Social Proximity apps gaining ground

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Interviews with several companies at Tech Crunch Disrupt in San Francisco who have released proximity-based social networks. Andy Kim, co-founder & CTO of Mingle Social App, who launched their app six weeks ago on iOS and has seen some impressive growth with 22,000 downloads and 11,000 users delivering 60,000 messages.

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AT&T 4G LTE officially launching Sunday

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This Sunday, September 18th, AT&T will officially offer LTE service to the first five launch markets (Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Houston and San Antonio). In what we could call a “beta” launch for several weeks now, AT&T has still yet to launch a compatible LTE smartphone. The HTC tablet, USB data sticks, and the Elevate 4G mobile hotspot will work on the new high-speed network.

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Carbyn: The World’s first HTML 5 Cloud OS

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I spoke with Jaafer Haidar, CEO of London, Ontario-based Carbyn at Tech Crunch Disrupt in San Francisco about their new beta HTML 5 OS which will run on any HTML 5 capable browser; mobile or desktop. The OS features multitasking, a slick UI and will allow developers to port their HTML 5 apps to Carbyn with very little effort.

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Tech Crunch Disrupt Part 1: Mobile Apps Drumbi, Streamzoo and PicDish

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In the Startup Alley of Tech Crunch Disrupt 2011 in San Francisco, I had the chance to speak to some founders of some great new apps, this first video of the series covers Drumbi, a new app launching shortly that changes the phone’s dialer and makes it more visual and interactive.

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