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According to Michael Lewis, the financial markets are rigged, with banks and big brokers operating 'dark pools' that can be exploited by high-frequency traders. This book exposes the scam, and describes how one group is trying to change the game.
People are using their smartphones for cameras, so Samsung released a camera with Android on the back. It's a nice solution that takes solid photos, but it's rather expensive at $550.
Do Apple's new App Store review guidelines inadvertently confirm some of the worst suspicions developers have about the company's review process? And is Apple CEO Steve Jobs, who famously wrote Thoughts on Music and Thoughts on Flash, now giving us Thoughts on Fart Apps?
The most powerful Windows Mobile device I ever evaluated was the HTC Advantage X7501 that was released back in August of 2007 and I wrote quite an extensive review that was my most viewed blog post of 2007. The successor to the Advantage X7501, the X7510, was announced at Mobile World Congress in February of this year. I was able to see the T-Mobile version at the show and play with it for a few minutes and have been looking forward to seeing the device released ever since. We were in a session with Eric Lin, from HTC, at Mobius last week and I was asking questions about the Advantage when Eric announced that each attendee was going to be receiving their own HTC Advantage X7510 at the event. Needless to say I was shocked and extremely excited since I have been using and thoroughly enjoying the original Advantage since last summer. I was actually using the Advantage paired with the Celio REDFLY to take notes and keep up on events during the conference last week. Check out my image gallery, video and thoughts/experiences with the device to find out if I think this latest model is a worthy upgrade for existing Advantage owners.
My absolute favorite Windows Mobile device over the last few years has been the HTC Advantage and my review on the device continues to be one of the most viewed posts on this blog. I was pleased to hear that HTC just announced an updated version of the device, also called the HTC Advantage (now this will cause some confusion), that sports a new HTC Home Today screen, future version of Windows Mobile (let's make the obvious guess that it will be 6.1 shall we?) HTC TouchFLO support Opera Mobile 9.x (announcement made last week), 16GB of internal storage (Flash this time!), new and improved keyboard, and updated VueFLO that recognizes device orientation and flips the screen to match. The updated model still includes Marvell PXA270 624MHz and Qualcomm MSM 6275 processors, 256MB ROM, 128MB RAM, tri-band HSDPA, WiFi, Bluetooth 2.0, GPS, 5-inch VGA, and 3 megapixel camera. The battery has slightly less capacity (2100 mAh vs. the 2200 mAh of today's model, but with the flash drive instead of a spinning hard drive I doubt there will be any difference (and maybe even better life) in this new model.
[IMPORTANT]HOW TO:Step A. Install FlashPlayer for Android.Step B. Install Firefox for Android from Google Play StoreStep C. Restart...
Yesterday I received a Yoggie Pico Pro personal security appliance for review. This is a new Linux-based security computer that's the size and shape of a USB flash drive. The idea is that rather than run security apps on your PC, have them all running on the Yoggie instead. Nice idea, but how well does it work in practice?
Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 is the best version of Windows Microsoft has ever released. That's why I’m holding my breath when I look at the big upgrade to Media Center that’s due at the end of this year in the Home Premium and Ultimate editions of Windows Vista. Will Microsoft ruin a good thing? Will its revamped interface just add unnecessary flash and bog down performance? See for yourself in this exclusive image gallery and review of Vista Media Center Beta 2.
Take photos like a pro with your Sony a77. In this Guide you'll learn about the cameras features, User Settings Modes, bracketing,...
If you want a small, lightweight notebook that doesn’t sacrifice anything else in the way of computing power or features, this is the system for you.
Macromedia has updated its Web developer's suite: we review the key elements -- Flash, Fireworks and Dreamweaver.
The grand master of Flash animation programs is now more powerful, requires less programming and includes better help.
Archos's handsome Ondio packs an ambitious feature set into a small package for a fair price.