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Qualcomm Dual-Core Developer Hardware Now Available

04/27/2011, BSquare has just announced the availability of a Mobile Development Platform (MDP) based on the Qualcomm dual-core MSM8660 Snapdragon system on a chip (SoC). This flavor of MSM8660 used in the MDP can run at frequencies of up to 1.5GHz. This is...

Radar detects concussions in athletes and soldiers

04/26/2011, Now here is new technology that might just make it easier for medical personnel to detect concussions in both athletes and soldiers, thanks to the use of a simple radar system which is capable of quickly screen individuals who may have suffered brain...

HTC Droid Incredible 2, First Hands-On + Gallery

04/26/2011,   Guess what has landed in the office? Yes, that’s the HTC Droid Incredible 2 (read the fill incredible 2 review here) that just got launched earlier today. It is known in other parts of the world as the HTC Incredible S. In the USA, the phone...

Tibion Bionic Leg makes stroke rehabilitation easier

04/26/2011, Stroke patients know that early detection is vital, as every single second counts since delayed help will result in the worsening of one’s condition. Having said that, once one has received ample and correct medical treatment for their condition,...

Sony S1 and S2 tablets announced

04/25/2011, Sony will jump into the tablet business as well with the announcement of the S1 and S2 tablets, where both models are touted to deliver the perfect combination of hardware, content and network – we will see about that. Of course, benefit of the...

Tegra 3 Phone From Motorola? (Photo/Leak)

04/25/2011, The fact that Motorola is working on a device powered by an NVIDIA Tegra 3 chip (aka Kal-El) would not surprise me for a second. After all, the Tegra-2 powered Atrix (check our Atrix Review) is one of the most powerful Android device on the market, so a...

MoodAgent for Intel AppUp

04/25/2011, We have published several times about the popular mobile music application MoodAgent that has been downloaded over one million times on the iPhone and counts 4 million users on Nokia devices. From the colorful user interface, users can set their current...

Study: Mac People Like To Throw Parties, Be Perceived as Unique

04/25/2011, Hunch.com has a very nice “Mac person vs. PC person” survey in which 388,315 of their users did contribute. The results are very interesting and to some extent, they match certain stereotypes that one could have about both user communities....

CloudTalk: Ultimate Messaging App on Mobile?

04/25/2011, CloudTalk, a communications platform, has just launched their new iOS and Android messaging app. There are scores of mobile messaging services such as the popular WhatsApp. However, most are pretty much smaller version of what we have known on PC for...

DNA Stamper Concept

04/22/2011, The DNA Stamper is a concept created by Jamie Thoms to make us think about how much we value our identity. He ask s: ” Who should have access to this information. Your partner? Family? The police?”. Here’s how the DNA Stamper works in...

Smartphone snatching on the rise in NYC subway

04/22/2011, According to a WSJ report (subscription required) that quotes NYPD  transit chief Raymond Diaz, smartphone snatching has been rising at an alarming rate, although it’s not clear how much of that contributes to the 18% increase in grand larceny...

Droid Charge made official by Verizon and Samsung

04/21/2011, It’s even better than the leak from Costo suggested it: Verizon and Samsung have finally announced the Droid Charge today (vs. next week)! It’s an 4G LTE Android phone with a large 4.3″ display, dual cameras (8MP + 1.3MP ). There are two...

Amazon servers usher in a dark cloud

04/21/2011, Web 2.0 suffered plenty of downtime today, as an outage at one of Amazon’s EC2 datacenters actually managed to down some Web 2.0 darlings including Quora and Reddit. The service’s status site pointed out that things started to go awry more...

Easy Cellphone Hacking, For Cops Only

04/20/2011, Called UFED for Universal Forensic Extraction Device, this device lets police officers and other law-enforcement personnel  snoop into a cellphone to very quickly (in minutes) extract key information like messages, contacts, photos, call history...