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iPavement: Wi-Fi Hotspot Under Your Feet

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If you are someone who loves to stay connected all the time, you will certainly love the iPavement - sidewalk paving stones that are also Wi-Fi hotspots. A Spanish tech company has incorporated hardware into the tiles that allows them to provide Wi-Fi Internet and Bluetooth connectivity.

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Retina Display Apps Will Make The New iPad Even Hotter

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Apple’s new iPad shipped with that awesome 2048×1536 Retina display. As expected, a lot of apps have been updated to take advantage of the high resolution display. The updated apps that are being highlighted on the front page of the App Store include mostly popular apps from the big names. These include Kindle, NY Times, Flipboard, Reeder, Twitter, and Vimeo. All together there are 42 apps for you to choose from, and the selection includes games, productivity/learning software, among other types.

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Dash: The iPhone Car Stereo Dock (Video)

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Your iPhone should be making your life a whole lot easier thanks to all the features that it brings with it. But for accessing all that power while you are driving your car requires complicated docking accessories or different types of cables, or a well trained brain for handling your car and the device simultaneously (not recommended!). But all that will change with the arrival of Dash, a car stereo system custom-made to fit the iPhone 4 and 4S.

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Future Apps Will Help Detect Mood And Prevent Depression

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Soon, substance abuse could become a thing of the past and those inclined towards addiction and troubled by stress will be able to carry help, be it rehab or therapy or just plain support, in their pockets; in their smartphones actually.

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Biggest Android Malware Infection Ever, Says Symantec

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We know Apple has a strangle hold on which apps make it to the App Store. That’s why Google is preferred by many developers since their apps have more of chance to see the light of day on Android Market. But this freedom appears to have helped malware makers as well. According to Symantec, millions of Android devices have been infected by malicious chunks of code called Android.Counterclank.

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How Would You Like An iPhone 5 With A Lytro Sensor?

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Remember that Lytro point-and-shoot box camera we talked about back in October? Well, it appears like Steve Jobs was "interested" in that technology, so that's enough for people to "speculate" that the sensor might make its way into an iPhone sometime in the future.

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GroupShot Face Swap App For iPhone (Video)

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The iTunes App Store is filled with a lot of apps that allow the managing, editing or sharing of photos. Although most of the apps are quite helpful, it’s very rare that we find something that can be called impressive. But the newly launched GroupShot app is pretty special.

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Hackers Bringing iOS Apps To Apple TV Before Apple

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All this is made possible by MobileX, it's just like a SpringBoard on the iPhone but this one is coded just for Apple TV. It will be from here where you would be able to launch iOS Apps.

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YouMail App Removed From Android Market By T-Mobile Request

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We know that many of you are fans of the visual voicemail app YouMail, which has been downloaded millions of times so far. But it appears like some are not at all happy about the success of the app. The popular app has been yanked from the Android Market by Google just because, it seems, T-Mobile asked that it be removed.

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Google TV 2.0 Brings Android Honeycomb With Apps To The Sofa

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Google already dominates a significant part of my life, but it hasn't really infiltrated my living room just yet. The search engine giant wants to do that and that's why it has just launched the all-new Google TV 2.0.

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Free apps for iOS and Android from AppAggie.com

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The "free" section on Android Market only takes you so far. There are plenty of gems out there that aren't necessarily listed through that marketplace. If you want free apps on your Droid or iPhone, you now have another choice, AppAggie.

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Microsoft Encouraging Higher Prices for Windows Phone Apps

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With Microsoft’s software update due this fall, nicknamed Mango, the company is trying to bring over developers to the Windows Marketplace for Mobile by encouraging them to charge more for Windows Phone apps. Microsoft hopes to compete with the highly successful iTunes App Store by offering up better quality apps, as opposed to cheap or free apps that involve fart sounds.

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Widgetized Chumby Display Ready for Retail Next Month

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A regular old digital picture frame isn't exactly the most exciting thing in the world, but it suddenly gets a lot more interesting when you toss in a few more features and functions. In effect, that's the appeal of the widget-happy display from Chumby Industries and they're almost ready to let you buy it.

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Free App Finds EV Charging Stations For Users

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PlugShare is an app that lets electric vehicle users find potential fill-up spots. The app gives the addresses of not only public charging stations but also the private garages of other users. PlugShare was released by Xatori, a company that creates software for electric vehicles.

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Google unleashes next-gen Android Market

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Up until now, the only real way you could access Android Market was through your smartphone, but that's changing. Google has just revamped its Android Market website and it pretty much lets you do everything you'd do on your phone, only through your PC instead.

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