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Intel and NVIDIA resolve all outstanding patent disputes

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Intel and NVIDIA have reached a $1.5 billion long-term cross-license agreement on a series of patent infringements, according to a joint statement released today.

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Mobile Magazine’s 10 Best at CES Awards

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The 2011 Consumer Electronics Show ended this past weekend, but not without leaving a lasting impression of what is to come. Tablets and smartphones dominated, showing that the future is indeed mobile.

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iCade for iPad is the oldschool arcade cabinet we’ve always wanted

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A long time ago, in a galaxy not so far away, there was a time when kids would leave their homes if they wanted to play video games. They would gather at gaming cafes, then called "arcades," to drop coins into the large wooden boxes that housed individual games such as Ms. Pacman, Street Fighter or Frogger. Yes, we hope you remember this time, because we sure do and miss it too.

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Galaxy Tab gets a 4G upgrade for Verizon

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If you've just received one of Samsung's well-priced Galaxy Tabs this Christmas, you'll be pissed to hear that they've made the upgrade to 4G, as well as bumping up the resolution of the rear-facing camera to 5 megapixels and the front camera to 1.3.

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Opening day for the Mac app store sees 1 million downloads

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The store, which resembles the app stores for the iPhone and iPad, is already home to more than 1000 apps. Some have been retro-fitted from their iOS versions to run smoothly on OS X and use the mouse rather than a touch screen.

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Gigantic Lady Gaga Polaroid sunglasses “conceal” camera within

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OK, it's a neat idea: Shades with a cellphone-style camera in the bridge for taking photos and video. But give that neat idea to Lady Gaga for design, and the Polaroid GL20 sunglasses are the inevitable end result as seen at the CES.

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MSI unveils pair of Android and Windows “WindPad” tablets

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The 10.1" tablets both boast 10-point multitouch screens as opposed to the usual two-point, are only half and inch thick at their thinnest point, get eight to 10 hours of battery life and have an assortment of I/O ports, including USB and HDMI.

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Cydle M7 MultiPad is an affordable mash-up of tablet technologies

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Cydle's M7 MultiPad is a breath of fresh air into the raging waters of the now-fiery tablet market. And also an earth reference.

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Toshiba’s Next-Gen Android Honeycomb dual-core tablet

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This would have been the perfect way to compare the two side-by-side, too. The XOOM and the Next-Gen pack the same dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, sport the same 10.1" HD screen with 1280x800 resolution and even the same 2MP front and 5MP back camera specs. They both even have HDMI-out.

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Huawei’s IDEOS X5 targets lower-end smartphoners

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Operating on Android 2.2, the IDEOS X5 gives the option of a "fashionable variety of colours." So, despite having little more than the standard fare of smartphone functions, it's dressed to impress. With a 3.8" multi-touch screen, 5MP camera for 720p video, FM radio and Flash 10.1 support, it's will definitely get you through the day.

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Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc is a push for better smartphone photography

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Though it's only got one lens, no projector and isn't an all-around mind-blow like some of Sony's other announcements at this year's CES, their cellphone division is following the lead and pushing the envelope of just what in-phone cameras are capable of.

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3M’s MP180 sets a new standard for pico pocket projectors

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Built for business professionals and "mobile road warriors," its SVGA resolution will make your presentations look better, even in brighter settings. And it won't die on the third slide of your powerpoint: It's good to go for two hours on battery.

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BlackBerry superphone plans still distant

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Lazaridis says they're aware that they don't have the high-end multimedia superphones on the market to directly compete with the iPhone or the Galaxy S, but is in no rush to change that until such things as dual-core processors and 4G networks align themselves to RIM plans.

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OtterBox Reflex series smartphone cases built to take one for the team

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Inspired by the crumple zone of a car, OtterBox's new Reflex series iPhone 4 and BlackBerry Curve cases use polycarbonate and TPE rubber and air to keep your phone safe, even in (or falling from) the hands of the worst of butterfingers.

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Motorola XOOM enters the market as first Honeycomb tablet

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The Motorola XOOM tablet is positioned to hold its own right out of the gate in the newly-mushrooming tablet market. Sporting front- and rear-facing cameras, XOOMers can take advantage of video calling, 5MP photos or 720p video recording.

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