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iPhone 4 hacked in 6 minutes! | iPhone News Updated - 2 views

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    There s bad news and then there s worse news! The bad news is that you lost your iPhone 4.
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Android vs. iPhone: It's War-and That's Great | iPhone News Updated - 1 views

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    As I sat in the audience at Google's I|O conference yesterday morning, I watched Google VP of Engineering Vic Gundotra and others unveil Android 2.2 "Froyo," an ambitious upgrade to the company's mobile OS. Gundotra began the keynote by framing Android as a moral crusade against "a future where one man, one company, one device, one carrier would be our only choice."
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Decor Gets Glassy | Gifts for Your Home - 0 views

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    Fragile - handle with care. The tag was warning enough to the tinkling ware inside. But brittle as glass no longer holds: the substance, we are told, is tougher than wood - you can dance in your stilletos, or even throw a cricket ball on a glass floor.
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Is the Twitpocalypse nigh? Update: Mostly no | iPhone News Updated - 0 views

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    The Twitterati are stocking their bomb shelters with Twinkies in preparation for the "Twitpocalypse," the time at which the number of tweets sent passes the 2,147,483,647 mark, which is the maximum value of a 32-bit signed integer (technically, it's one-half of 2 to the 32nd, minus 1). Each Twitter message has a unique identifier based on that counter.
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Apple releases iPhone OS 3 beta 3 to developers | iPhone News Updated - 0 views

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    Apple's engineering department still isn't sparing the horses for iPhone OS 3.0. It has released beta 3 to developers only two weeks after Beta 2 was released.
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VeriSign app turns iPhone into security device | iPhone News Updated - 0 views

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    It seems oddly appropriate to talk about security today. Between malware and identity theft, everyone has more to think about these days. Many services are adopting multi-factor authentication in order to better protect their users. This generally involves a little dongle attached to your keychain that reads out a new, random number after a short period of time.
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The iPhone-controlled webcam/dog treat dispenser | iPhone News Updated - 0 views

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    It's the work of Stephen Myers, a Ph. D student in biomedical engineering who began his post describing the project with a simple question: Why have a universal remote control when you can have a universe controller
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