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Top 10 smartphones so far

1. Motorola Droid RAZR (Verizon)
2. Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket (AT&T)
3. Samsung Epic 4G Touch (Sprint)
4. Samsung Galaxy S II (T-Mobile)
5. Motorola Atrix 2 (AT&T)
6. T-Mobile G2x (T-Mobile)
7. Apple iPhone 4S (AT&T)
8. Motorola Droid Bionic (Verizon)
9. Motorola Photon 4G (Sprint)
10. HTC Vivid (AT&T)
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The Top 5 Video Games for the Holidays

1. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 (XBOX 360)
2. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (XBOX 360)
3. The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (Wii)
4. Minecraft (PC)
5. Saints Row: The Third (XBOX 360)

This is our first list of the top video games for the holiday season. We will try and keep you updated on the best video games for the holidays as newer games arrive. So stay tuned.
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The Top 5 Smartphones for the Holidays

1. Samsung Epic Touch 4G (Sprint)
2. Samsung Galaxy S II (T-Mobile)
3. Motorola Droid RAZR (Verizon)
4. Apple iPhone 4S (AT&T)
5. Motorola Droid Bionic (Verizon)

This is our first list of the top smartphones for the holiday season. We will try and keep you updated on the best smartphone for the holidays as newer smartphones arrive. So stay tuned.
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X-info Table: NEC Rolls Out 52-Inch “Tablet” In Japan

7-, 9-, or 10-inch tablets are out: NEC Japan today announced the so-called X-info Table [JP], a 52-inch “tablet” (NEC does use this term to market the device) with full HD resolution. Much like similar devices, the idea is to make it simple for multiple users to view and alter content shown on the screen at the same time. NEC says that the X-info Table supports up to ten touch points simultaneously. Technically, the tablet features

Core i7 CPU
Windows 7 OS
6GB memory
set of speakers
three USB ports
Wi-Fi connectivity
GIS support
TransferJet support
sub-display support (up to four screens at the same time)
scanning function
size: 1,600x900x1,000mm, weight: 160kg

US Release Date: TBA
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Need for Speed Hot Pursuit Arrives on Android

Owners of devices running under Google's Android operating system now have the possibility to download and install a new game on their devices, namely the Need for Speed Hot Pursuit. The new mobile game was already published in the Android Market and is available for download for all devices that run under Android 2.0 or newer OS flavors. The new mobile game weighs in at 7.6MB and was made available here with a price tag of $7 (5 Euros) attached to it. Those who have played the Need for Speed franchise from Electronic Arts are certainly familiar with what the game is all about. For those who aren't, below are some details on the new game. “Outrun the law as a Racer in supercars like the Pagani Zonda Cinque – or stop racers cold as a Cop in high-speed police interceptors like the Lamborghini Reventon,” the description of the game in the Android Market explains.“Experience pulse-pounding action as you make the escape – or make the bust – with Need for Speed Hot Pursuit on Android.” In this game, users will enjoy driving a number of up to 20 precision-performance cars while having to outrun competitors or escape the police. “Drive up to 20 precision-performance cars in adrenaline-fueled showdowns across 24 day-and-night tracks. Take it to the limit in 48 total Cop and Racer Career Events, collect bounty, and rise to the top of the ranks,” the game's description reads.
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Spotify Coming to Windows Phone 7

Spotify and Microsoft will announce the arrival of the Spotify app to Windows 7 phones today. Multiple sources have confirmed the announcement, and it should be an important milestone for the Windows Phone platform. Applications have been trickling out for the new Mango OS, and have drawn interest and high marks from some longtime iOS enthusiasts. A tweet from Tom Warren of WinRumors.com shows a Windows Phone device sporting the Spotify tile. Spotify recently announced its Android app, and has seen huge growth since launching in the US with Facebook as its main distribution partner. I’ll be attending a Windows Phone event tonight in New York City, which should yield some more interesting information about the Windows Phone platform, as well as finding out how many devices are running the new Mango OS.
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Social Network Bandwagon Followers

This is a term you can use to call people who diss the new thing and act like the current thing will never die.

Remember when these people said MySpace would never die and that Facebook never had a chance? Hell PC World went as far to say that Facebook may be gaining ground but is due to failure because while their gaining people, people are spending less than 5 minutes a day on Facebook where as people we're spending more than 10 times that a day on MySpace.

The same people now act like Google+ is already dead and that Facebook will win out. So basically they left MySpace and jumped on the Facebook bandwagon. They now obsess over a website they panned before. MySpace the site they said Facebook would never catch, is pretty much dead and buried.

You also have Twitter which at one people wasn't even a top million site. Critics said no one was interested in Tweeting and it was a kid's toy for them to mention what they did at the time. Now Twitter is a top 10 site and these same critics who were dissing Twitter earlier are now part of the Twitter bandwagon using Twitter religiously.

Never believe what you read when someone puts in the word "never". Facebook was a "never" and it's the top social network now. Twitter was a "never" and now it's a top 10 site.
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Top 5 Computers for the Holidays

1. Apple MacBook AIR (Summer 2011)
2. Sony VAIO SB Series
3. Dell Precision M6600
4. Micro Express MicroFlex 23B
5. Razer Blade

Razer Blade is iffy if it will actually come out before the end of 2011. Some have it late 2011 others have it coming out in Febuary 2012.
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The Top 5 Tablets for the Holidays

1. Sony Tablet S
2. Amazon Kindle Fire
3. ASUS Eee Pad Slider
4. Amazon Kindle Touch
5. Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet

This is our first list of the top tablets for the holiday season. We will try and keep you updated on the best tablets for the holidays as newer tablets arrive. So stay tuned.
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Introducing Spotify for your Windows Phone 7

Hello Windows Phone 7 users. Like some good news? Our new Windows Phone 7 app launches today! By a delightful coincidence, Windows Phone 7 is our seventh mobile app. Created with our friends at Microsoft, this app will give you an outstanding music experience on your Windows Phone 7. Spotify is now available for a wide range of Windows Phone 7 devices. In fact, we’ve now got an app for more mobile devices than any other music service. Here are some of the brilliant features of our Windows Phone 7 app:

- Search, browse & play our catalogue of millions of tracks
- Explore & play your friends’ playlists, top artists and tracks
- Stream over WiFi or 2.5/3G - all your existing playlists are available
- Offline playlists - play your music without an internet connection
- On-the-fly sync - every track you add to a playlist appears on mobile and computer
- What’s New view
- Receive music from friends via the inboxStarred tracks - tag all your favourites into a special list

Released: November 7th 2011
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Apple Launches GarageBand for iPhone, iPod touch

Via a free update to its existing GarageBand iOS application, Apple has now added native support for iPhone and iPod touch, allowing every iDevice owner to easily create music, whenever inspiration kicks in. As Apple itself puts it, there’s really no need to know much about music to pick up on GarageBand and make something that just sounds great. The software is incredibly intuitive and while it offers a lot of pre-defined stuff, it’s also a great tool for professionals looking to quickly record an idea when away from their keyboard. “GarageBand on iPad has been a big hit and we think customers will love using it on their iPhone or iPod touch,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing. “The innovative Multi-Touch interface combined with Smart Instruments makes it easy to create great sounding music, even if you’ve never studied music or played an instrument before,” Schiller added. The app supplies music fans with a wealth of Touch Instruments that sound great even without any effects applied. Beginners and experienced musicians alike can “play and record keyboards, guitars, drums and basses in a wide variety of styles,” while “smart Instruments now allow you to choose from an extensive new library of custom chords so you can play and strum along with your favorite songs.”
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Trend Micro Mobile Security Personal Edition for Android Review

Your smartphone can be a treasure trove of private data, with everything from your bank-account information to your email and social-networking passwords stored inside. To keep that info from being nabbed by a malicious app or a sticky-fingered thief, Trend Micro's Mobile Security App keeps your personal data under control in a number of ways. The app is a free download from the Android Market, and it includes a basic malware scanner that checks if your phone or SD card are infected with any malicious software. You can upgrade to the premium version of the app by buying a one-year license (for $30) to gain access to features such as parental controls, the ability to remotely locate your device in case it gets lost, and a fraudulent-website blocker. The malware scanner updates its definitions either daily, weekly, or monthly (based on the update schedule you select), and it scans each app as it’s installed onto your device. You can also manually scan all the files on your phone, though this can take anywhere from 1 to 20 minutes depending on the number of apps and files you've stored on your phone’s internal memory or SD card.
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