الخميس، 30 يونيو 2011

The Must Have Jailbreak Apps [Apps]

Jailbreaking unleashes the true potential of iOS. That's an undeniable fact, people. But in order to squeeze every bit of juice from iOS, you need all the best tweaks, enhancements and apps there are. This is what you need. More »


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TechCrunched: 90 Seconds Of Top Tech News (TCTV)

We're trying something new this week by bringing you some of the top tech stories in video format. Time is short, and so is this video. We realize it is a bit rough around the edges but hopefully the quick dose of news can get you caught up while on the run. Check it out and tell us what you think. In the meantime we'll be iterating on TechCrunched. Below are the links to the stories mentioned in the video:

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The Real-World Bitcoin Business Is (Kind of) Booming [Bitcoin]

Bitcoin is everyone's favorite made-up digital money, sure. But whadya know? Turns out there are plenty of legitimate brick-and-mortar shops out there that are ready to conduct awkward-yet-satisfying bitcoin transactions with you in the flesh. Have a look: More »


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HP Thinks About Putting WebOS on Samsung Phones [Unconfirmed]

Looking to expand the reach of the WebOS platform, HP CEO Leo Apotheker says the company is in talks with multiple companies to put the smartphone OS smartphone platform on third-party handsets. More »


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Roku 2 line passes through the FCC with modest hardware updates and a reset button

Roku 2 XS
It hasn't even been a year since Roku last updated its line of streaming media players -- but nine months is a long time in the gadget world. So it was pleasant, though not entirely surprising, to spot a trio of new devices from the IPTV pioneer sauntering through the FCC bearing the model numbers 3000X, 3050X, and 3100X. Eventually the three boxes will likely be sold as the Roku 2 HD, XD, and XS respectively. We'll have to wait to see if there's anything new on the software side, but we can tell you there have been a host of hardware changes, even if they don't amount to a major upgrade.

First off, the new models are more rounded and much smaller than their predecessors. Judging by the label affixed to the underside -- which we know is 44.65mm x 44.65mm (about 1.7 inches) -- the latest Rokus are about the size of an Apple TV, and perhaps a bit smaller. Inside that tiny case is a new Broadcom 2835 SOC, an 802.11n radio, a MicroSD slot, Bluetooth, and (most exciting) a reset button -- no more unplugging when Hulu freezes up. Oddly, only the XS retains the Ethernet jack, though the top of the line model ditches support for dual-band WiFi. The primary difference between the HD and XD models still appears to be the latter's ability to push out 1080p video, while the XS adds a USB port and gets a spiffy new RF remote, which we're hoping takes a cue from the Boxee clicker. While you impatiently await important information, like pricing and release date, check out the comparison chart after the break.

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Kinect is Better Than it Was a Year ago [Jazz Hands]

At E3 in 2009 (and 2010), Microsoft's Kinect camera was promising, but also glitchy. At E3 2011, it looked more responsive. And there's a reason for that. More »


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