Monthly Archives: May 2011

Intel’s convertible Keeley Lake concept laptop shows off Cedar Trail, we go hands-on (update: video)

Just before Intel’s keynote at Computex, we decided to stop by at the chip maker’s busy booth to see what it has up its sleeves. Luckily, we spotted a couple of Keeley Lake proof-of-concept convertible laptops, which are here to … Continue reading

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DropSpace adds real Dropbox sync to Android

Dropbox offers a lovely client for Android, but it’s lacking true “sync” functionality. You can merely browse your Dropbox, pull files into the device, and manually upload specific files. DropSpace is a little Android app that makes Dropbox on Android … Continue reading

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The Craziest Sky I’ve Ever Seen [Imagecache]

A night of fireworks, lightning, and a comet hanging on the sky separating them. It’s like a painting of Heaven, Earth and Hell by Hieronymus Bosch. But it’s not a painting. It’s a real sky. It happened in Perth, Australia. … Continue reading

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Deal of the Day ? HP Coupon Roundup ? Save up to 25% on HP Pavilion, Select Editions, TouchSmart tm2, ENVY Laptops and Desktops

Today?s LogicBUY deal is a selection of coupons on a variety of HP laptops and desktops at up to 25% savings.

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Antares ATG-6 brings auto-tune to the guitar, can’t retroactively save Lil’ Wayne’s SNL solo

Antares ain’t the first company to provide individual control to each string on a guitar (hello, Roland!), but the outfit’s new ATG-6 technology takes things one step closer to being acceptable by the mainstream. Rather than forcing users to process … Continue reading

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What Makes A Startup Successful? Blackbox Report Aims To Map The Startup Genome

Generally speaking, the odds are stacked heavily against the average startup. The rate of failure among entrepreneurs and startups is startlingly high — it comes with the territory. Otherwise, entrepreneurs wouldn’t be pirates. But, what if there were a way … Continue reading

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Engadget is live from Computex 2011!

Computex 2011 starts tomorrow, apparently. Not that you’d know it with the monsoon of news that ASUS poured upon Taipei today: the all-new capabilities of the Padfone, the extreme thinness of the UX21 Core i7 laptop, and the breakthrough $200 … Continue reading

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Leaked Android Music app images and hands-on review

This morning, an updated version of the stock Android Music app was leaked along with a new version of Android Market. The new Music app, which is labeled ‘version 3′, is similar to the leaked build from December, but it … Continue reading

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Field Cam Makes iPad Camera Easier to Use

There aren’t many iPad photo-taking apps yet, although there are plenty for editing. This may be because the iPad 2 is so new. It may also be because the iPad’s camera is so awful, an embarrassment along the lines of … Continue reading

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The Tech Market on Stranger Tides

This is turning out to be an amazing decade, with companies getting a rebirth, other firms getting new identities, and still others sliding into delusional obscurity. Microsoft released the impressive Windows Phone platform and recently added 500, yep 500, new … Continue reading

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