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Shortly before releasing Ubuntu 11.04, the folks at Canonical released an updated version of their Ubuntu One Music app for Android. This week HBO also launched mobile apps for iOS and Android, Motorola promised future devices would have unlockable bootladers, and we found a nifty app for automatically uploading files from your Android phone to […]

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GameStop prepping a gaming tablet

Video game store GameStop has announced plans to offer a mobile tablet with a focus on gaming. The idea is that you’ll be able to download games to play on your tablet, or possibly stream game rentals over the internet. The company hasn’t yet decided whether to offer an existing tablet or to work with […]

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Sony, EMI, Warner and Univeral launch a streaming music service

Sony has teamed up with music labels Universal, EMI, and Warner to create a new streaming music service called MusicUnlimited powered by Qriocity. The service is already available in parts of Europe including the UK, France, Germany, Italy, and Spain. It will soon launch in the US, Australia, and New Zealand as well. Music Unlimited […]

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HTC Flyer: Meet HTC’s new 7 inch Android tablet

HTC has finally gotten around to introducing that 7 inch Android tablet that’s we’ve been expecting for the past year or so. It’s called the HTC Flyer and it’s an interesting little guy that stands out from the crowd in a few unusual ways: The HTC Flyer has a capacitive multitouch display and an active […]

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Best Buy offering “iPad anywhere” with free Verizon, AT&T, Sprint mobile hotspots

Up until recently US customers who wanted to pick up an Apple iPad had few choices: They could get a WiFi-only model or a 3G model which worked only on AT&T’s network. The Verizon figured out that it could sell the WiFi iPad with a Verizon MiFi mobile hotspot, which essentially provides you a way […]

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How to play bleeding edge games on low power netbooks (remote gaming)

Netbooks and other low power computers make surprisingly decent gaming machines if you’re cool with playing older games or recent games that don’t require quad-core CPUs and 1GHz graphics processors. Unfortunately a lot of the best games do require more serious hardware, along with higher resolution displays, which you would think would rule out a […]

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Notion Ink Adam tablet to ship with LongBox comic book app

Notion Ink has been promising for ages that the company’s upcoming Adam tablet would be a multimedia powerhouse. And that’s not just because it packs NVIDIA Tegra graphics for handling HD video playback. Notion Ink also says the tablet will come with software that will let you download music, movies, comic books and other digital […]