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Here’s the leaked video of the new Google Nexus 7 tablet

Today is the start of the Google I/O event in San Francisco. One of the big rumors of the event would be if Google is really introducing their own tablet to the market, which would compete with the iPad and more recently, with the Microsoft Surface. Although Google has not officially announced the Google tablet at I/O, an image and video have already been leaked.

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Suit your fancy with 10 different Mac and iPad decals

If you’re a fan of Banksy, Superheroes or just art in general and you own a Macbook or an iPad, you should enjoy these decals from Mac Modify. I like them all, but the Superman and Darth Vader are my favorites. Since these are made specifically for Macs which are 13 inches wide, most should fit the iPad (which is 9.5 inches wide) but in some cases may need to be cut to fit, but it still would work and would look pretty darn good.

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Microsoft may have just knocked the wind out of Apple

Microsoft may have just changed the tablet game with a single device that looks to compete with Apple’s iPad, and by the way things are looking so far, it has a very good chance at hitting Apple where it hurts. Microsoft just unveiled it’s latest gift to humanity, called the Surface.

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Give your iPhone life and personality with Moboto

Most geeks have some sort of toy accessory by their computer. Maybe it’s a robot, gadget or some sort of knick knack, and they are cute, but wouldn’t it be neat to have something that has personality and a life of it’s own?

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Apple gets with the times and adds gay and lesbian emoticons

Breaking news! Ok not really breaking, but an interesting catch by a reader of Gizmodo who got a glimpse of the new iOS6 update. In the update in the emoticons section, there are two new additions: a gay male couple and a lesbian female couple, who are pictured inset holding hands.

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Facebook, Maps, Siri, Safari all get the spotlight in Apple’s iOS6 update

At the Apple World Wide Developers conference today, Apple made the official, and long rumored statement that Facebook will be fully integrated into Apple iOS6. So for all the iPhone and iPad users out there, this should be a welcomed changed.

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Good or Bad: The Clambook

The Clambook is a beautifully thin and lightweight extension of your mobile device that gives you the usability of a laptop. Ideally, I would say users with smart phones are the perfect market here. If you have a small phone device, and possibly use it for email, documentation and videos/movies, this could be really something of value to you.

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Say hello to my little friend, Scarface the game

Just released on iTunes for the iPhone and iPad comes one of the best movies ever made, which is now available as an app created by Fuse Powered Inc., who worked with Universal Pictures to take the iconic mobster figure Tony Montana and bring him to our mobile devices.

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Inside Apple’s Foxconn factory (video)

Foxconn is the Chinese factory that puts together all of the Apple products, such as the iPhone and iPad. It’s a pretty rare event when cameras are let into Foxconn, and in this video from Marketplace, they take us inside of Foxconn for a brief but telling view of how it is to work at Foxconn and what it looks like when an iPad is put together.

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Unboxing video of the new iPad (third gen)

If you can’t wait to get the new iPad third generation, which is available to the public on March 16; you can check out this unboxing video from Vietnamese blogger Sonlazio. He provides a first look into the new iPad and a bunch of great photos. Thankfully, since I don’t speak Vietnamese, he points a lot in the video and you can make sense of the new features such as the bigger 5 megapixel camera.

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Twitter paid $5m-$10m to acquire Posterous

After yesterday’s news about Twitter acquiring Posterous, I was curious to know how much Twitter paid for the acquisition. Through the announcement yesterday from Twitter, it was clear that they were buying up the blogging site to secure great talent, but how much were they willing to pay?

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The new iPad boasts a better camera and retina display

Those that were expecting a miracle from the new iPad (iPad third gen) may be a little disappointed, but not too badly. The new iPad event just ended a short time ago, with announcements of some nice new features for iPad lovers.

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Damn you Apple with your enticing invites, alluding to an iPad 3

Could this be it, the mythical beast that will come before us next Wednesday? The futuristic newest iteration to the iPad made so famous by the late Steve Jobs? Quite possibly so says Apple, with their invite they just sent out to the press.

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Shocker: Apple iOS drives majority of mobile traffic in the U.S.

comScore released their 2012 Mobile Future in Focus report, which is the first of an annual report that examines the mobile and connected device landscape and gives insights and projections for the following year based on this compiled information.

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Coming soon: Microsoft Office for the iPad

Ah, now it makes a bit more sense for all the hubbub yesterday when Microsoft laid the smack down on Google. It looks like Microsoft may be drumming up some publicity and trying to shine some additional light to their business solution products for good reason.

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