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Android-powered Recon goggles make snowboarding digital

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Don’t you hate it when you’re out snowboarding and it isn’t at all like playing a video game? All that hard work and none of the data like speed, altitude or temperature flashing in front of your face. Well, pick up your thermal socks because Recon Instruments has announced their next generation technology at CES 2011!

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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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Asus CES 2011 keynote transforms and slides with Eee tablets

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Going into this year's Consumer Electronics Show, we were absolutely certain that there would be more than a few tablets on display. During the Asus press conference a couple days before CES officially opened its doors, the Taiwanese juggernaut unleashed several such devices. Want a beefier processor? Slide-out keyboard? The best of both worlds? Asus might have you covered.

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Sprint launches EVO Shift at CES

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Running on the 4G network, EVO Shift and its predecessor are both lightning fast but HTC has sacrificed a few things to bring us this slimmed-down version. The 3.6” captive-touch screen display is still large enough but trimmed down from the original EVO’s 4.3”. This sacrifice may have been made in part to accommodate a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, a feature not offered on the original EVO.

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ASUS unveils new Eee family of tablets at CES

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Surprising no one with a technology pulse, tablets are big at this year’s CES. So with damn near everyone and their grandmother showing off what they’ve been working on over the last year, it’s advisable that your product better be among the sleekest if you want to get noticed.

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Lookout: Android Trojan with botnet capabilities

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To the dismay of Android users, it appears that the Google operating system has fallen victim to an external threat. Recently it has been discovered by sercurity-app maker Lookout, that an Android-specific Trojan is lurking around waiting to take advantage of unsuspecting downloaders. It’s called Geinimi and this Trojan was ...

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Talk-Torque 2 mute robot guides you through museum without talking

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The idea behind the Talk-Torque 2, which is almost more alien-like than robot-like, is that it can guide you through a museum using only gestures. The robot is supposed to "become a master at human communication without words," directing your attention toward points of interest as it acts as a tour guide through a museum, art gallery, or some other similar exhibit.

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28 cool Android 2.3 Gingerbread tips and tricks

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Google is really serious about baking, so much so they've gone and released some tips for Gingerbread users. You'll definitely wan't to use your fresh Nexus S or other Android 2.3 handset to its fullest potential, so who better to get you on the right track than Jonathan Rosenberg, Senior Vice President of Product Management at Google.

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Google gives you the power to invent

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Everyone has a favorite app or set of apps that they love to use, but the thing is most of the time we can’t find the app that can do exactly what we want it to do. Now, those days may soon come to an end; that is if you're technologically inclined enough to use Google's new App Inventor.

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Google Maps 5 adds 3D vectors

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Google Maps 5 has three key new features that truly redesigns the product’s usefulness: 3D building rendering, vector-based map drawing and offline reliability. The 3D rendering is really amazing and definitely the headliner on this roll-out

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