Microsoft makes a phone with Nvidia

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What do you get if you take an iPhone, remove the clean UI, user friendliness, nice industrial design, battery life, cachet, functional OS, and in general everything else that makes it worthwhile?

Yeah, you heard it right, MS is going to make its own branded phone, after all, everyone kicking the company around the block has one, so it should too! If you were wondering why Nvidia never mentions the phrase Linux when talking Tegra, even though it is the most appropriate OS for the chip, now you know. NV appears to have sold Linux out to get the MS flagship deal, how nice of them.

The phone is slated to be announced at 3GSM this coming February, so if you plan on attending,
please look surprised when MS unveils it. No word on when it will hit the streets but it probably won’t be long after that. Read more

Dell Studio XPS with Intel Core i7

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Most of the new desktops featuring Intel’s impressive Core i7 processor are straight-up gaming powerhouses, with pricetags to match. That’s why I’m so pleased to see a glowing review of Dell’s Studio XPS, which starts at a very affordable $950. DesktopReview took it for a spin and found that, despite one or two small problems, the Studio XPS is lightning fast and a great deal. Read more

Google Maps and Streetview undergo redesign

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Google Maps and Google Street View saw a major design change this morning and the results are pretty spectacular.

Now users are able to drag “Pegman”, the little human figure, over any streets that light up, and get a great preview of the street for that location. Once Pegman lands, the entire map turns into a Street View viewer and provides an overview which areas are covered by this feature. There is also button that expands the entire view to the length of your browser.

With the competition between MapQuest, Google, and Microsoft all increasing, features such as Street View and better image quality are necessary. Read more

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