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It’s time to let go of Windows Xp

Just Recently, Windows 7 users have surpassed Window XP ones in US according to a report by a stat tracking group, Pingdom. However, Windows XP, which was a great success, still has more than 31% penetration in the United States.

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Kinect for Xbox 360 breaks 10 Million Sales, makes World Record

In a press release, Microsoft has announced a big milestone hit by Kinect in the history of consumer electronics device sales. According to Microsoft, they have shipped the 10 millionth Kinect sensor breaking the record of any other consumer device to date. This accomplishment is also backed by 10 million standalone games sold for Kinect.

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Apple announces iPad 2, iTunes 10.2 and iOS 4.3

On March 2 event, Apple announced its next generation iPad named iPad-2. As with every Apple’s major release, iPad-2 is currently the best Tablet in market on basis of price, specs and software/applications. In a nutshell iPad-2 has Apple A-5 chip (1GHz dual core), 9x better graphics than iPad, two cameras both at front and […]

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Android Market finally gets a Website

Up till now the only way to browse and search for Android Apps was from within your device, but has Google announced the Android Market website this week that allows you to search for the apps using web browser as well. There’s nothing special about the website design, however, the Apps are placed neatly into […]

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Samsung Promises WiFi-Only Galaxy Tab [Without Contract]

Removing all the network support but WiFi from the Galaxy Tab, Samsung has announced its availability within the first Quarter of 2011. The new contract-free model will lack Bluetooth, 3G and/or any other network. There’s no solid word on the specs and exact date.

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Nook Color Bluetooth Chip sees Daylight

Every Nook Color has a Bluetooth Chip embedded inside it but turned off by default. Not long ago we saw how to root nook color to make it truly an Android tablet, today we have another good news. A user at xda-developer forum has managed to run the embedded bluetooth adapter of the device adding […]

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Huawei Ideos X5 Running Froyo – Preview

Huawei Ideos U8150 was the first phone in the market to run Froyo (Android 2.2) and was also the cheapest Android phone in the world. Huawei with the slogan of bringing Android to masses has revealed the specifications of another Ideos smartphone named X5. The only thing missing in the Ideos U8150 (or Ideos the […]

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iPad 2 Vs iPad – Feature Comparison

This article is inspired by 5 Reasons to Wait for iPad 2 by ReadWriteWeb, though my reasons to wait for iPad 2 are different. The next update to iPad, termed as iPad 2 is believed to be in production for April 2011 release. Although the new iPad will have the same screen size, but there […]

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HTC Evo Shift 4G Announced (Unofficially) with a Price Tag of $550

An insider has captured a screenshot of Best Buy system showing HTC EVO Shift 4G priced at $150 with a contract and $550 without. Recently there were also some leaked images of the device at PhoneArena showing a sliding QWERTY keyboard and rear camera but nothing more than that. Full specs still remains a mystery, […]

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ExoPC can now run Android as well – Hacked

A guy named Wilson has managed to hack the 11.6 inch ExoPC Tablet successfully to run Android 2.2. The hack shows Froyo running on the device but it’s only a matter of time that you’ll see Honeycomb on it (which is designed especially for tablets). The ExoPC is available at Microsoft Store with Windows 7 […]

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