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Amazon may intro cloud storage for music/movies/books this week

March 29th, 2011

Amazon may launch a new online storage locker this week that will allow users to store digital content — such as books, music, and movies — on Amazon’s servers. CNET, which cites sources from both the music and film industries, says Amazon is racing to launch the service in an effort to beat both Google …

Images, specs of Verizon’s DROID Incredible 2 leak

March 15th, 2011

Images and specifications of Verizon’s next incredible handset — the HTC DROID Incredible 2 — have made their way onto the Internet. The crew over at AndroidSpin have acquired four images of the device along with a handful of specifications. What can we expect from the DROID Incredible 2? The site’s source asserts that the DI2 …

‘iPhone nano’ rumors resurface, now accompanied by mockups

February 14th, 2011

As long as we’ve heard rumors of a Verizon iPhone, we’ve also heard rumors that a lighter, smaller, cheaper iPhone was in the works behind closed doors in Cupertino. Sticking to the theme of constantly rehashing rumors until they come true, The Wall Street Journal reported over the weekend that Apple is indeed working on a …

128GB SDXC cards coming this Spring

January 3rd, 2011

Lexar announced earlier today that the company will be bringing a whopping 128GB capacity SD card to market. This doubles the largest SDXC card that’s currently available. Fitting 128GB in the teeny teensy size of an SD card isn’t easy, and it won’t come cheap either — we’re talking about a $700 price point for the card. …

Motorola eyes cloud-based media streaming, acquires ZumoDrive maker

December 22nd, 2010

Motorola announced Wednesday that it has acquired Zecter. While Zecter is perhaps best known for its original ZumoDrive service — a cloud-based file storage and sync product that emerged in a cluster of similar services following the success of Dropbox — Motorola appears to be far more interested in the service’s ability to store and …

Apple posts mysterious message on homepage, iTunes announcement due tomorrow

November 15th, 2010

This morning, Apple posted a mysterious message on its homepage. With instructions to “check back here tomorrow” the note alludes to an “exciting announcement from iTunes.” We’re not certain whether Apple will announce another iTunes milestone — billions and billions served — or if there is something else in the works from the Cupertino company (Beatles catalog, cloud computing?). We’ll …

iFixit dismantles AppleTV, 8 GB NAND Flash found

September 29th, 2010

When Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced the new AppleTV, back on September 1, there was no mention of the internal storage capabilities of the device. Mr. Jobs did mention, several times actually, that the device’s focus was on streaming content, not storing it. Today, thanks to a take-apart by iFixit, we know that while content …

Your EPIC 4G questions answered

August 18th, 2010

Yesterday, we posted our first impressions of Sprint’s Samsung EPIC 4G. In said article we asked you to communicate to us questions you had about Sprint’s second 3G/4G handset, and you delivered. We’ve compiled a list of 19 questions from the post and have done our best to answer them for you. Hit the jump …

Apple to replace defective Time Capsules manufactured in early 2008

July 12th, 2010

Apple announced last week via a support bulletin that it is replacing defective Time Capsules manufactured between February 2008 and June 2008. The defective units are plagued by a power problem that causes the unit to either not power on or power off unexpectedly. If you experience this problem, contact Apple, an authorized service center, …