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A Practical Guide To Android [Update]

When Google’s mobile operating system Android launched in 2008 you could only get one device and it remained that way for some time. That’s definitely not the case in 2010 with all major US carriers snatching up Android devices left and right. Here’s a rather lengthy but concise guide on every Android device that’s currently available or …

Bust A Move: Our Favorite Sci-Fi Dance Scenes

In honor of National Dance Week, we decided to bring you a list of some of our favorite sci-fi dance scenes because the only thing better than a monster, is one with the inclination to shake what its mama gave it.

Teen Wolf (1985)

As werewolf Scott Howard, Michael J. Fox did what few geeks had done before: start a dance craze …

HTC HD2 Review: If Only It Was Running WP7

There’s only so much I can say about a Windows Mobile device without wanting to gnaw my own foot off. The software is horrendous and the only people I ever encounter that have one are Microsoft employees or the PR folk who represent them. But the HTC HD2 for T-Mobile is different enough – screen size aside – that it warrants a smidgen …

Our Five Favorite Hacker Flicks

This week marks the beginning of the trial for David Kernell, the 22-year-old computer whiz turned FBI target, accused of hacking into Sarah Palin’s personal Yahoo e-mail account during the 2008 presidential campaign. Palin’s e-mails, family photos and even her daughter’s cell phone number were posted online, and – of course – picked …

HTC Incredible Review: Flavor of the Month

It wasn’t that long ago when your choice of Android-based devices was limited to two or three models. Nowadays each carrier has at least two (AT&T: 2, T-Mobile: 6, Sprint: 3, Verizon: 5). And HTC is leading the charge with the likes of the Nexus One, Hero, Evo and now, the Droid Incredible for Verizon. I’ve had one for the last few …

Two Minute Video: Sexy iPad Or Cute Netbook? The Debate In Dating Terms

Now that the initial iPad hysteria has subsided somewhat, you, the level-headed, analytical consumer that you are, may wonder whether you should buy an iPad or spend that money on a nice netbook. The technical debate has been ongoing for quite some time—netbooks are cheaper and more powerful, while the iPad is lighter and more fun with …

Flip SlideHD Review: When Good Enough Isn’t Good Enough

Today Cisco officially unveiled the latest addition to the Flip family: SlideHD. (I hinted at a new model back in January, by the way.) Flip products have always been simple to use and the SlideHD doesn’t venture too far off the reservation.

What’s unique about this particular model is the 3-inch resistive touchscreen (recording …

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