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Help Keep Jailbreaking Legal

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With the recent surge in downloads for the newest Apple iOS jailbreak, Absinthe, we can't help but be grateful that not only is jailbreaking possible, but that it is fully legal to do so (though it may, of course, void your warranty).

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Nexus-Kinect Android Frankenhacker Creates Wall Sized Touchscreen

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Remember the touchscreen computer in Minority Report? Well, it seems one savvy developer has managed to create something at least sort-of similar. This is the strange bastard child DDRBoxman, he combines a Microsoft Kinect, a Samsung Galaxy Nexus, a computer, and a lot of mad scientist work.

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Scosche CellControl Disables Mobile Phones Within Moving Vehicles, Sort of

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While talking to your kids about the dangers of talking/texting while driving might help prevent this problem, it won't in all cases. So what do you do then? Leave it to Scosche's cellControl, a unique device that is installed in your vehicle to prevent calls and texts while a vehicle is in motion.

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Zoom H2N Recorder Offers Superior Sound Recording

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Earlier this month, Zoom released its new H2N, a unique update to its portable recording line, replacing the H2, which debuted back in 2007.

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New iOS Jailbreak For A5 Attracts A Million Users

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An untethered jailbreak means that a jailbroken device can retain its jailbreak exploit without having to be connected to a PC during a reboot, which is very important to get the most functionality out of the exploit. This is great news for iPad 2 and iPhone 4S users out there because it gives them a wider access to apps and customization tools that otherwise Apple's device couldn't access.

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Droid RAZR MAXX Slated For January 26 Release, Demo Video Released

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A new promotional video, showing Motorola taking to the streets to show off the Maxx, may suggest that the release is nearly imminent.

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FETC 2012: Epson iProjection App Shares Photos With Select Epson Projectors

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Epson has launched a brand new app for iOS devices, called iProjection, that is designed to communicate with your Epson-branded projector.

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Bluestacks Android App Player Goes Beta

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We are happy to report that what previously had been classified as 'alpha' software is finally moving on to the beta stages.

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Arman Ahnood’s OLED Solar Cell Screen Could Expand Your Battery Life

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Did you know that only about 36% of the light produced by an OLED display is projected out while the rest is wasted? So what if we could find a way to harness this wasted energy to increase battery life on today's smartphones? This is exactly what Arman Ahnood, a researcher at the London Centre for Nanotechnology, is working on.

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Behringer Unveils New iPad-Based iX Mixer Series

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At the upcoming NAMM 2012, from January 19th to the 22nd, Behringer is showing off a new line of mobile digital XENYX mixers, caleld the iX Series.

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Apple Releases New iTunes U App For iPad

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Apple has just announced its newest version of its iTunes u product at a press conference in New York City. The new iOS version brings users an interface that is very iBooks-esque in which they can access their iTunes U content.

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Nike Introduces New FuelBand Wristband

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Today Nike announced a new wristband called the FuelBand, a new device that measures time, steps and calories during your fitness routine.

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Samson Releases New Carbon 49 USB MIDI Controller For iPad

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How does the idea of a USB MIDI controller that works flawlessly with the iPad sound? This is exactly what Samson's Carbon 49 USB MIDI Controller is all about.

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Numark iDJ Pro Brings The DJ Experience To The iPad

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With the new Numark iDJ Pro, DJ controllers just meet up with iPad, and it certainly makes for a glorious combination.

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ICS (Finally) Comes To The Motorola Xoom

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The Motorola Xoom just got a whole of a lot more appealing thanks to a new OTA update to ICS. This update replaces the stock Honeycomb OS and comes just a week after Asus started its rollout of ICS to the Transformer Prime.

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