Verizon’s Blackberry killer is here!

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Let’s say you are in love with the looks of the Blackberry (seriously, who isn’t?). But then, you also want to use the Android app market (again, who wouldn’t?). And you know that you can’t have both of them in the same phone.

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Windows Phone 7 arrives at Rogers with Samsung Focus

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Over at Rogers Wireless, they’ve picked up the Canadian exclusive to the Samsung Focus, a Windows Phone 7 device that comes loaded with some very impressive hardware. Beyond the Windows Phone 7 Live Tiles and Hubs, you get a massive 4-inch Super AMOLED touchscreen. The incredible contrast of Super AMOLED very much lends itself to the UI on WP7.

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Google chrome offering free in-flight Wi-Fi

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The search engine giant has partnered up with three different airlines in the United States to provide passengers with free in-flight Wi-Fi access. This is on every domestic flight between November 20, 2010 and January 2, 2011 on AirTran Airways, Delta, and Virgin America.

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Hanvon e-book reader will be first with color e-ink technology

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Up until now it seemed that e-reader enthusiasts have had to make a very important decision. If they want the sunshine-friendly display with unbelievable battery life, they’d go e-ink. If they want bright colors and a vibrant display, they’d go LCD. Well, Hanvon is prepared to give them the best of both worlds.

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Samsung’s 4.5-inch flexible AMOLED ready for mass production

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A number of gadgets, mostly those that are hailed as the technological miracles, do have a tendency of luring us in by popping up at trade shows. Disappointingly, very few of them do manage to make it to the stores shelves while we can still remember them.

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Verizon to launch 4G LTE Network this year

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We have seen the Sprint 4G ads for a while now, this week we started seeing T-Mobile in the mix, announcing their 4G network. Now Verizon says it will be launching its 4G LTE Network by the end of this year. Following suit with its 4G predecessors though, it will not be available to everyone in the country.

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NES Cartridge modded as wireless router, exterior sticker and all

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The Nintendo gaming system has won fans all over the world with its amazing capabilities. The uniqueness of the games and novelty of the machine makes the NES a must have for every true video game aficionado. If you like to do your own hack jobs and fabricate unique looking products then you should definitely have a look at the NES cartridge wireless router.

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iPod nano watch done right with silicone Hex strap

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The current generation iPod nano is pretty small. It’s so small that people have cleverly converted it into a wearable watch. The first attempt was an ugly nylon strap, but this new band from Hex seems to scream out a little more geek chic.

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Is your WiFi-touting laptop killing the next generation?

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Here we go again. Two new studies are adding more fuel to the fire, providing further evidence that our laptops may not be in our best interest. This is especially true if you choose to use your laptop in your lap, because it could be preventing you from putting a bun in the oven. It could be making your little swimmers a little less viable. Catch my drift?

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Gigabyte Booktop T1125 netvertible tablet-netbook with docking bay

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It’s almost as if Gigabyte has devised a product for the most indecisive person on the planet. Maybe you want the portability of a notebook, the touchscreen of a tablet and the comfort of a desktop. If all of the above apply, maybe you want the Gigabyte Booktop T1125.

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Android and iPhone get Google Instant search

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Google Instant is now available on iPhone OS 4.0+ and Android 2.2 (Froyo). In case you are not familiar, Google Instant starts to provide search suggestions (and results) as you type in your target search term

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Google Chrome netbooks are coming

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Google Chrome OS is one of the most eagerly awaited entities in the world of tech. Just like most Google services (remember Gmail remaining in BETA for well over 3 years), Chrome OS is also taking its time. But going by the present news, the OS may materialize sooner than we expect.

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Jawbone expands business with Jambox portable Bluetooth speaker

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To this day, my favorite Bluetooth headset is still the Aliph Jawbone. It’s comfortable, stylish, and works very well. Now Jawbone is looking to capitalize on that success by spreading their wings into speakers. Here is the Jambox, the first speaker from the Jawbone people.

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