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What does the Wizard of Woz think about Android?

Steve Wozniak with Android

When I read about Steve Wozniak’s thoughts on Android reported by The Daily Best I was astonished. Apple CEO Steve Jobs hated Android so much that he vowed to use every last penny and up to his dying breath to destroy Android. Continue reading to see what Steve Wozniak thinks about Android.

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LG Introduces its First Android-Powered LTE Tablet

LG Optimus PadToday LG Electronics unveiled their first Android tablet, the Optimus Pad LTE.The Korean based company included in this tablet LTE technology and a True HD IPS display at a 1280 x 720 resolution.

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Thermaltake & BMW Designworks USA Unveil Level 10 Gaming Mouse

BMW, Porsche, and Nissan are among the new revolution of car brands that are getting into designing products for companies in the consumer electronics and accessories industry. Thermaltake is one of those companies to enlist the help BMW to help in the design of a concept gaming mouse. BMW has already assisted Thermaltake in the designs of their Level 10 PC chassis series.

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Anti-SOPA Blackout

Warning! The following post contains news of a political nature!

SOPA, the short form of the proposed United States bill “Stop Online Piracy Act” has had a notable amount of opposition from everywhere and anywhere. The bill aims to protect items under intellectual copyright, but goes as far to allow the Department of Justice to file court orders against websites and organisations seen to facilitate any form of Copyright Infringement. As a response to the bill, Wikipedia, Reddit, and blogging sites such as those made by WordPress, ICanHazCheezburger, BoingBoing and a few others are blacking out in a few hours for 24 hours. (12 hours for Reddit)

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Lovefilm & Disney Bring ABC Instant Content to the UK

Lovefilm, a UK-based movie rental service similar to Netflix, has decided to amp up its catalog to likely compete with the new availability of Netflix service in the UK now. Lovefilm has struck a deal with Disney UK to provide ABC Studios content to its on-demand customers. Content will include titles such as Lost, Happy Endings, Castle, Desperate Housewives, Grey’s Anatomy, and the Ghost Whisperer. All episodes of shows will be available right after they are aired in the UK market.

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