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Apple MacBook Pro MC724LL/A 13.3-Inch Laptop

Apple MacBook Pro MC724LL/A 13.3-Inch Laptop

Apple introducing the new 13-inch MacBook Pro MC724LL/A. The state-of-the-art dual-core Intel i7 processor delivers up to 2x faster performance (over the previous generation of MacBook Pro). New Thunderbolt technology lets you connect high-performance peripherals and high-resolution displays to a single port, and transfer files at lightning speeds. And with the new built-in FaceTime HD camera, you can make astonishingly crisp HD video calls.

By On July 9, 2011 1 Response
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AT&T Going To Have Pantech Pursuit II Soon

AT&T Going To Have Pantech Pursuit II Soon

The Pantech Pursuit II for you from AT&T, where it will arrive on the carrier this coming July 17th, costing a mere $49.99 with a two-year agreement.

By On July 9, 2011 1 Response
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Rumer: Windows Intune 2.0 Beta To Release Next Week

Rumer: Windows Intune 2.0 Beta To Release Next Week

Microsoft is set to debut the beta of Windows Intune 2.0 next week at the company’s Worldwide Partner Conference and Windows Intune is a product that allows IT denizens to provide security and manage PCs from a browser for a set per computer and per month rate. The potential timing of this beta release of Intune 2.0 is that Intune 1.0 only hit the market in March of this year and implying a faster than average turn around time for new versions of Intune………

By On July 8, 2011 Respond
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Windows 8 Pre Show Keynote

Windows 8 Pre Show Keynote

January 2012 will see Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer taking the stage at CES once again to deliver a keynote focusing on the Redmond company’s latest products and Windows 8 is claimed to be the main course with Ballmer being expected to show off the latest build of the upcoming OS. Microsoft is expected to deliver a beta copy of the next-generation operating system at its BUILD developer conference in September and Ballmer will likely demo a number of ARM and Intel based Windows 8 tablets that will hit the market later in 2012 when Windows 8 is generally available………..

By On July 8, 2011 Respond
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Sling Note Multi-Tasker App For iPad

Sling Note Multi-Tasker App For iPad

MobileBuster Sling Note is an exciting multi-tasker app for iPad users and is a recent launch that converts an iPad into a productive tool for creating documents, making annotations, calculating, social networking and much more, without having to flip between two programs. Users are able to open two different applications on one screen to easily drag photos, text, links, or numbers back and forth between them, also two browsers open at once, create sketches, import, export and email files. It’s more than a web/notetaker, you can copy/paste from web and draw/text/insert photos/web addresses, etc and the note side can be converted to a PDF either through iTunes or email………..

By On July 7, 2011 1 Response
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From July 12th, Microsoft Will No Longer Support Vista SP1

From July 12th, Microsoft Will No Longer Support Vista SP1

Microsoft determines the support lifecycle of each of its products from the day that they are released and the Vista SP1 losing Microsoft support on July 12. Vista SP1 users can continue receiving support from Microsoft by upgrading to Windows Vista Service Pack 2 and the software giant has a ten year support period for each of its software products………….

By On July 7, 2011 1 Response
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Amazon Cloud Player Support For iPad

Amazon Cloud Player Support For iPad

Amazon decided that to get ahead of the competition (iTunes), their Cloud Player needs a defining moment, which will come in the form of a new upgrade and those who obtain a paid Cloud Drive subscription will be on the receiving end of unlimited space for any AAC- or MP3-encoded music on Cloud Player, never mind where you got it from. Amazon has updated it Cloud Drive music and file storage offering, the latest version now adds a paid option which will cost you $20 a year and for this you get unlimited music storage and 20GB of file storage………….

By On July 7, 2011 1 Response
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The Samsung Conquer 4G And Motorola Photon 4G With Sprint (Rumor)

The Samsung Conquer 4G And Motorola Photon 4G With Sprint (Rumor)

Sprint is going to bring two new android handsets with the Conquer 4G and Photon 4G expected to arrive within the next few weeks. According to a leaked Sam’s Club document passed to AndroidCentral, the midrange Samsung handset has a specific release date of July 24.

By On July 7, 2011 1 Response
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Nokia’s Upcoming 700 Zeta Leaked Press Photos

Nokia’s Upcoming 700 Zeta Leaked Press Photos

Nokia do not make any official announcements yet, but we’ve found some of very official-looking photos of what’s likely to be called the Nokia 700 or Zeta. A comparison of these new pics with the spyshots grabbed last week show very little difference besides the obvious color change.

By On July 6, 2011 1 Response
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Skype Unveils New Updates For Mac

Skype Unveils New Updates For Mac

Skype already released version 5.5 for Windows, featuring deep Facebook integration, the company has just rolled out a new version of its voice and video calling software solution for Mac. Skype has released an update for the Mac version popular voice calling application, launching Skype 5.2 for Mac with group screen sharing functionality and new call control features during calls.

By On July 6, 2011 Respond
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Mac OS X Lion Allows License-Free Virtualization

Mac OS X Lion Allows License-Free Virtualization

Apple’s new operating system OS X Lion could offer more desktop virtualization options to Mac users as it will enable customers to run multiple copies of the software on the same machine and the Gold Master version of Lion released to developers recently allows users to run up to two additional copies of Lion on the same machine without paying additional licensing fees………..

By On July 6, 2011 Respond
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China-Based Alibaba Planning To Develop New Mobile OS To Counter Google Android & Microsoft’s Windows Phone OS

China-Based Alibaba Planning To Develop New Mobile OS To Counter Google Android & Microsoft’s Windows Phone OS

China-based Alibaba Group is reportedly planning to develop and launch its own mobile operating system to rival Google’s Android platform and Microsoft’s Windows Phone OS, which will comeing in the third quater. The new OS will offer cloud-based services like mobile apps and the platform may also be actively marketed by the company to the growing number of mobile phone and CE companies that sell their gear via Alibaba……

By On July 5, 2011 1 Response
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HTC Sensation On the Way To Get An Update!

HTC Sensation On the Way To Get An Update!

Do you know what’s this? We found this image in androidcentral. This image submitted anonymously via the Android Central app shows a nearly 369-MB test update for the HTC Pyramid (aka Sensation)!

By On July 5, 2011 Respond
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Unhappy Final Cut Pro X Users Get Half-Price By Adobe

Unhappy Final Cut Pro X Users Get Half-Price By Adobe

Adobe lures unhappy Final Cut Pro X users with half-price video editing tools, which is called Switcher Program, which will allow people who have purchased any version of Apple’s Final Cut Pro (or Avid Media Composer) to receive a 50 percent discount on Creative Suite CS 5.5 Production Premium or Premiere Pro CS 5.5. Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 Production Premium is a fully featured video suite with tools that deliver massive productivity enhancements and enable video and audio pros to dramatically accelerate their post production workflows. The 50 per cent reduction the price of the software in the UK will still be twice that of Apple’s Final Cut Pro X editing software………

By On July 3, 2011 Respond
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Samsung Galaxy Z Ready For Pre-Order

Samsung Galaxy Z Ready For Pre-Order

Samsung Galaxy Z hasn’t even hit the US yet and already the Galaxy SII’s little brother has been revealed in Sweden and this s much like what Galaxy LCD has been to the original Galaxy. Samsung Galaxy Z looks similar to the Galaxy S II light changes in keys and possibly a brushed metal finish at the back and also powered by a 1 GHz dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 chip. The 5 megapixel camera is reportedly capable of 720p video recording and the phone has 8 GB onboard storage, as well as 32 GB memory card support………….

By On July 2, 2011 Respond
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