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  • News: Remains of the Day: Supersize me

    It's a mega-giganta-humungo edition today, as we cover everything from Apple losing yet another prototype iPhone, to a neighborly Steve Jobs, to Tim Cook's email habits. Read along with the remainders for Wednesday, August 31, 2011 and help close out August in style.

  • News: Apple reportedly on another lost iPhone scavenger hunt

    Apple is reportedly trying to track down an iPhone prototype lost by a company employee at a San Francisco bar – an incident that sounds an awful lot like the high-profile lost-then-sold iPhone prototype scandal from last spring.

  • Opinion: New Kindle Feature Lets You Ask Authors Questions

    Why did the beautiful CIA operative seduce the handsome yet ruthless former KGB agent in Chapter Four? And why didn't the mysterious clairvoyant use her psychic powers to pinpoint the serial killer's location?

  • News: Photo could show Nokia's first Mango phone, the Nokia 703

    A leaked photo purportedly showing Nokia's first smartphone using Mango, the latest version of the Windows Phone operating system, depicts the handset as a full touchscreen device with no physical buttons on the front.

  • News: Sony Ericsson speeds up the Xperia Arc

    Sony Ericsson will upgrade its Android-based Xperia Arc smartphone with a faster processor, the company announced at the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin on Wednesday.

  • News: Panasonic touts 3D Olympics film deal and HD 3D camcorder

    A handshake, but no shaky hand: Panasonic executives shook hands on a deal to broadcast the 2012 Olympics live in 3D, and unveiled the company's HDC-Z10000 3D video camera with image stabilization in a news conference ahead of the Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA) trade show in Berlin on Wednesday.

  • Opinion: New Tech Helps You Work With Multiple Gadgets

    Interacting with Minority Report finger gloves and holographic screens might still be a ways away, but moving files from device to device is something we can do right now. But it's not instant; there are still the archaic download bars on with an Air Sharing app or you have to do the process manually through Drop Box, why can't a file just instantly stream like media through AirPlay.

  • News: Sony Unveils Head-Mounted 3D Display

    Sony plans to launch a head-mounted 3D visor in Japan, with dual OLED panels that are supposed to mimic the experience of watching 3D content in a movie theater.

  • News: Spotify woos iPhone, iPad developers with iOS tool

    Spotify, the much buzzed about digital music streaming service that made its U.S. debut in July is looking to extend its reach even further by releasing a tool for Apple iOS developers.

  • News: Hands-On With Sonys New, Lightweight and Low-Cost E-Reader

    Price and design are the two big components that drive the e-reader market, and until now, Sony was severely dragging its feet in the former. But today that gets rectified with the introduction of the newest Sony Reader Wi-Fi PRS-T1 (in maroon red and white). Priced at $149, Sony's Reader Wi-Fi is a whopping 35 percent cheaper in price from the Touch Edition model it replaces. In addition to the dramatic price drop, Sony has shaved weight off the design to make it the lightest e-reader on the market, by a hair; and, it has consolidated its lineup from three models to just one.

  • News: Apple pulls FT apps from App Store

    Apple has pulled the Financial Times iPhone and iPad apps from the App Store in a row over subscriptions.

  • News: Samsung Galaxy S II for AT&T

    The Samsung Galaxy S II for AT&T feels like a winner in every way: It’s got a gorgeous screen, really zippy performance, and it is so light and slim it makes the iPhone look and feel clunky by comparison, which is quite a feat!

  • Opinion: 10 Geeky Things to Do on Your First Date

    Here at GeekTech, we're unabashed geeks (as our blog's name suggests). We obsess over gadgetry, we enjoy various nerdy eats, we write about kitteh hacks, and we randomly quote sci-fi movies in casual conversation. And yes, some of us even play Magic: The Gathering. So when Gizmodo's Alyssa Bereznek wrote unfavorably about her experience dating bona fide geek Jon Finkel, well, we were a little taken aback. What's not to love about geeks?

  • News: Samsung Epic 4G Touch for Sprint: First Look

    The Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch for Sprint is an absurdly thin and lightweight Android phone with a gigantic 4.52-inch display. It’s gorgeous, yet compared to the AT&T Galaxy S II version, feels a bit less refined.

  • News: Mozilla Brings Firefox to Android 3.0 Tablets: Sneak Peek

    An upcoming version of Firefox Mobile is being designed to have a more native feel on Android 3.0 tablets, while maintaining Firefox's distinctive look and feel such as the browser's large back button. Giving Firefox users a sneak peek, Mozilla mobile device user experience designer Ian Barlow recently posted some mock-ups for the new Firefox version on his blog. Barlow says Mozilla's designers are hard at work to "make Firefox awesome on tablets" by maintaining the work done on Firefox Mobile targeted for Android phones while taking advantage of a tablet's larger screen real estate.

  • News: iPhone 4S prototype parts pictured?

    Images of components that could be for the an iPhone 4S, or possibly the iPhone 5, have emerged online.

  • News: Adobe releases CreatePDF for iOS

    Adobe has released its CreatePDF tool for iOS, which aims to bring the same PDF creation features found in Adobe Acrobat to the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.

  • News: CineCam app hits 100,000 downloads in first 72 hours

    CineCam, a 'social movie-making app', was downloaded 100,000 times in the first 72 hours after it was launched, according to its publishers.

  • News: WikiLeaks cable: Apple slow to counter Chinese fakes

    Apple did not have a global security team, including in China, until March, 2008, when it hired employees from drug company Pfizer, to counter rampant counterfeiting of its products in China, according to a cable leaked by activist group, WikiLeaks.

  • News: Samsung Galaxy S II will come to Sprint first

    Sprint will be the first U.S. mobile carrier to sell Samsung's Galaxy S II, starting Sept. 16, but T-Mobile and AT&T said Tuesday they also will offer the phone.



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