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Swype Update Brings Support For Android 4.0

We knew the Swype team was working on updating this popular keyboard for Android 4.0 aka Ice Cream Sandwich but we didn't know exactly how long we'd have to wait to enjoy one of our favorite keyboards on this latest and greatest OS. Now, the wait is over. That’s right, folks. Swype has officially been updated to support Android 4.0 Ice...

 
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Asus Transformer TF300T Specs Leak

After images of Asus' next-generation Eee Pad TF300T leaked onto the Internet earlier this month, we wouldn't be too surprised if this upcoming tablet made its debut at Mobile World Congress later this month. Considering this tablet uses the same naming conventions as previous Transformer tablets, we're expecting the TF300T to be part of the...

 
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Acer Updates Iconia Tab Line With Android 4.0

If you’ve been wondering when your Acer Iconia tablet would be getting the Ice Cream Sandwich treatment, wonder no more. The company announced that the update to Android 4.0 is on the way--for the A-series tablets, anyway. Specifically, it’s coming via an OTA update this week for the Iconia Tab A200 and sometime in April for the...

 
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Leaked AMD Roadmap Reveals Three New Bulldozer Processors on Tap for Q1

We've heard rumors that AMD will release CPUs based on its Piledriver architecture sometime in the third quarter of this year, around the same time Trinity makes its debut, but before that happens, it looks as though the Sunnyvale chip maker will flesh out its Bulldozer line. Word on the Web is that AMD is getting ready to release three new...

 
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Hot Deals of the Day: Dell Notebook and Desktop, Dell LCD x 2, Samsung Camera

It’s time to close out another week, but not before serving up a fresh batch of HOT deals courtesy of our friends at LogicBuy. On the menu this fine Friday morning, we have a couple of Dell machines—a Core i3-based notebook and a dual-core slim tower—a couple of Dell, LED-backlit monitors, a Samsung digital camera, and just...

 
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Google Mulls Launching Android 5.0 (Jelly Bean) in Second Quarter of 2012

With a few exceptions, most Android users are still patiently waiting for their device manufacturer and/or wireless carrier to unwrap Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0). Be that as it may, technology marches on and the sweet toothed engineers at Google are hard at work cooking up code for Android 5.0, which will be known as Jelly Bean. According...

 
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Samsung's 15-inch Series 9 Ultrabook Now Available for Pre-order

Now might not be the best time to buy a higher priced Ultrabook with Intel's Ivy bridge looming somewhere around the corner, and with it a batch of second generation Ultrabook models, but if you simply can't wait, Samsung's new Series 9 model is up for grabs in pre-order form. It's available at J&R for a cool $1,500 and is "coming soon,"...

 
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Ford and Bug Labs Shipping OpenXC Beta Test Kits to Devs and Universities

OpenXC is an open source connectivity platform developed in tandem by Ford and open source hardware maker Bug Labs. Announced this fall, the platform is designed to allow developers the ability to use an Android- and Arduino-based module to interact with a vehicle’s in-car tech, such as vehicle sensors and GPS units. The OpenXC website...

 
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Clearwire Reports Q4 2011 Earnings, Aims For TD-LTE Network In 2013

Wondering what's next for Clearwire? You probably aren't alone. The company that launched with WiMAX, and then sided with LTE, is still in a state of transition, and the Sprint tie-in makes things even more complicated / interesting. In the company's Q4 2011 earnings report, they notched greatly improved revenue and subscriber counts, but...

 
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Apple Reveals OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, Developers Able To Download

Has Lion really been out that long? It sure doesn't feel like it, but evidently Apple's already working up what's next for their desktop OS platform. With 10.7 inching close to maturity, it's 10.8 that's popping up on the scene this week. Apple's next version of OS X (by the way, they removed "Mac" from "Mac OS X") is being called Mountain...

 
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