Latest iPhone 2.0 Firmware Has 3G On/Off Option

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Earlier today we posted a screenshot on our iPhone section that claimed to depict an new On/Off option to enable 3G speeds. This new preference was found in the latest iPhone 2.0 Beta 5 distributed to developers. Be default, the preference is hidden, but one developer claims to have activated i…

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Online Apple Stores out of iPhones

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Often seen as the last reliable sources for iPhones, Apple’s online stores in the US and UK have stopped taking orders for any model of the device.

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10 Useful Gadgets for Mobile Computing

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If you
’re a web worker, mobile computing is either a necessity of the job or something you choose to do to get away from the monotonous confines of your office work station. Here’s a round-up of 10 cool gadgets that can supplement your remote workspace.

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Stirling Engine used to Cool CPU

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MSI has employed the Stirling Engine Theory to power a cooling fan without the need of conventional electricity.

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Nokia’s Dream Phones

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“The handset maker went to citizens of Mumbai, Rio and other megacities for new ideas
—and got designs that find graffiti, test water, and emit peace vibes”

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21 Ways to Shoot Better Photographs

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“Do you want to sharpen your creative picture taking instincts? Do you want to combine new ideas with your current projects and techniques? These techniques will be better executed with digital cameras and meant as some direction or guidelines to taking ‘better‘ pictures.”

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Turn Your Point-and-Shoot into a Super-Camera

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If you’re using a consumer grade point-and-shoot Canon digital camera, you’ve got hardware in hand that can support advanced features way beyond what shipped in the box. With the help of a free, open source project called CHDK, you can get features like RAW shooting mode, live RGB histograms, motion-detection, time-lapse, and even games on it

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