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Wednesday, October 03, 2012
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The Future of Screens: Why OLED Will Change Everything
5:18:42 AMDani Fankhauser
Design trends are influenced by both form and function, but also bow to limitations of existing technology. When we look back at flat-screen TVs compared to LCDs, then further to the bulky cathode ray tube (remember these?), it's obvious we've...



Samsung Might Announce Galaxy S III Mini on Oct. 11 [RUMOR]
4:45:45 AMStan Schroeder
Samsung has sent out invitations for an Oct. 11 event, and some outlets are speculating that the company plans to launch a smaller version of Galaxy S III. The event invitation, received by Mobi Flip, does not reveal what exactly the event is...



The iPad Mini Already in Mass Production in Asia [REPORT]
3:18:56 AMStan Schroeder
Apple's Asian suppliers have started mass production of the smaller version of Apple's iPad tablet, the Wall Street Journal reports. Two sources claim the iPad mini -- as it may or may not be called -- will have a 7.85-inch screen with a lower...



The 'Lost' Steve Jobs Speech and Two Other Stories You Need to Know
2:33:24 AMStan Schroeder
Welcome to this morning's edition of "First To Know," a series in which we keep you in the know on what's happening in the digital world. Today, we're looking at three particularly interesting stories. Listen to the 'Lost' Steve Jobs Speech in...



Charging Your Phone Becomes a Game With This Toyota App [VIDEO]
1:51:06 AMAnita Li
Charging your phone is nothing more than a mundane necessity -- not likely anyone's idea of fun. But a new app aims to transform the process into an entertaining game. Called "Plug-in Championship," it displays a power meter that moves up and...



New PlayStation 3 Teardown Reveals Improved Repairability
12:36:03 AMStan Schroeder
iFixit has torn down another new gadget -- this time, it's the new, super-slim PlayStation 3 that Sony debuted last month. The teardown reveals a machine that's quite similar to the previous version of PlayStation 3, but easier to repair. iFixit...



Rapper's Mic Silenced at Microsoft Store for Rowdy Performance [VIDEO]
Tuesday, October 02, 2012 2:52 PMBrian Anthony Hernandez
If you're one of rapper Machine Gun Kelly's half a million Twitter followers, you know he's prone to routinely drop curse words in his tweets. He recently brought the same vernacular to a Microsoft store during for a performance at an event for...



30+ Amazing Contraptions From Maker Faire NYC
Tuesday, October 02, 2012 2:42 PMNina Frazier
The Maker Faire hit New York City over the weekend, featuring the latest technology in digital toys, gadgets and gizmos. A lap around Maker Faire will put you face-to-face with 3D-printed jewelry, flying contraptions, hacked circuits, robots...



T-Mobile May Swallow Up MetroPCS
Tuesday, October 02, 2012 2:11 PMPete Pachal
Deutsche Telekom failed in its bid to offload T-Mobile to AT&T last year, and now it looks like Plan B is starting to take shape. The German company says it's in talks to buy MetroPCS, the U.S.'s fifth-largest wireless carrier. If the deal were...



There Really Is a Smartphone Inside 'EW Magazine' [VIDEO]
Tuesday, October 02, 2012 1:51 PMLance Ulanoff
They told us, but we did not believe them: The Oct. 5 print edition of Entertainment Weekly, which features a one-of-a-kind digital ad running video and live tweets, actually has a smartphone inside of it. A real, full-sized 3G cellphone inside a...



 
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