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Chris Brandrick is a freelance writer with an interest in all things tech, gadgets, and gaming.

Sharp's New Smartphone Matches iPhone 4's Retina Display

A new Android-powered smartphone from Sharp packs a screen similar to that of Apple's iPhone 4.

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Samsung Gets To Work On 8GB Laptop Memory Sticks

Want 8GB of RAM in your laptop? Electronics giant Samsung is beginning mass-production of such massive memory modules.

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Droid X Getting Froyo This Wednesday

A PDF posted over on Verizon's support website has revealed that Android 2.2 is coming to the Droid X this Wednesday.

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Hack Delivers a Linux Tablet for Under $200

Modders have taken a basic sub-$200 Chumby-powered media device, and transformed it to run a WebKit browser.

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Pentax Optio NB1000: The Perfect Digital Camera for Lego Fans

Ever wanted to stick Lego blocks to the front of your camera? The thought probably hasn't even crossed your mind, but now, thanks to Pentax, you can.

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Google and Arcade Fire Collaborate on the Geekiest Music Video Ever

See what HTML5 can do in a new collaborative piece from director Chris Milk, Google and Arcade Fire.

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Rockchip's Tablet Does 3D Without Glasses

Chinese manufacturer Rockchip has recently showcased a prototype of an upcoming tablet, which can display 3D content without forcing you to wear funky glasses.

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Glasses-Free 3DTVs Coming This Year Courtesy Of Toshiba?

Could glasses-free 3D HDTVs be coming to market later this year? According to a recent Japanese newspaper report Toshiba are making just that a reality.

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Mod: Apple Magic Trackpad Connected Via USB

One modder turned their wireless Magic Trackpad into a wired model with a little help from a wooden dowel.

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Just When Will Droid X Users Get Froyo? [Updated]

A recent forum post hinted that version 2.2 of Android is coming to the Droid X soon--but is the claim legit?

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SanDisk Reveals The SSD Perfect For Mobile Computing - It's Smaller Than A Postage Stamp

Memory maker SanDisk has revealed an all new solid state drive which seems perfect for mobile computing. The SSD on a chip is smaller than a postage stamp and can pack up-to 64GB of on-board memory.

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As Internet Explorer Turns 15, We Take A Look Back

Internet Explorer celebrates its 15th birthday this week. We look back at the browser's varied past.

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Jailbreaking Still Possible on iOS 4.0.2--With an iPhone 3G at Least

Want to jailbreak your iOS 4.0.2 device? If your device is an iPhone 3G or second-generation iPod Touch, you're in luck!

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Researchers: A Rubik's Cube Can Be Solved in no More Than 20 Moves

No matter how difficult the puzzle may seem, researchers have found that any Rubik Cube can be solved in 20 moves or less.

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Here Comes the iBike? Apple Files Patent for a Bicycle Accessory [Updated]

Apple has filed a patent application for a smart bicycle computer accessory--something which seems just a little unusual for the computer giant.

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