Samsung Demos 55 Inch Production OLED TV

Samsung has announced that their new 55 inch OLED TV is ready for production and the company has shows it off at the Samsung Premium TC Showcase 2012.

The Samsung ES9500 OLED TV  was first seen at CES back in January, and it comes with a range of features which include Samsung’s ‘Smart Content’, a dual view feature which allows two people to watch two channels at once in full screen mode.

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Twitter tries to debunk hacker claims

Hackers posted five pages worth of usernames and passwords for claimed Twitter accounts to Pastebin this week. The hackers claim to be affiliated with Anonymous and to have stolen the username and password combinations from Twitter servers. Twitter is trying to debunk those claims.

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Cloth Hangars display Facebook likes in real-time

Here’s an interesting use of Facebook’s likes. Brazilian fashion retailer C&A recently has set up a dedicated Facebook page with pictures of its clothes on display. The “Likes” of page visitors are recorded and displayed in real-time on specially designed clothes-hangers at the brand’s store.
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Instacanvas Lets You To Sell Your Instagram Snaps To The World

Instacanvas has now removed its beta label, after being in beta testing for the last eight weeks. Putting its new Instagram image printing store through its paces, with a select handful of Instgram users. Instacanvas offers a place where Instagram users can sell their Instagram photos to the world, and already boasts a gallery featuring 30,000 Instagram images.


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AT&T HTC One X Gets Rooted

HTC recently announced that they would not be releasing a bootloader unlock tool for the HTC One X on US mobile carrier AT&T, and now the guys over at the XDA Developers have managed to root the HTC One X on AT&T.

Of course the bootloader on the device is still locked, which means the device will not be able to be flashed with ROM’s but now that the device is rooted this will allow for customization and also compatibility with popular applications.

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Stratasys Mojo 3D Printer Unveiled (video)

Stratasys has this week announced a new addition to their 3D printer range with the unveiling of the Stratasys Mojo 3D Printer which is priced under $10,000 and been designed for professional use.

Statasys says the Mojo 3D Print Pack is the market’s lowest-priced professional-grade complete 3D printing system, priced at $9,900. The Stratasys Mojo measure just 64 x 53 x 46 cm and has a 5 x 5 x 5 inch building platform. Watch the video after the jump to see it in action.

Stratasys 3D Printer

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Sony Xperia Ion Headed To AT&T In June

The Sony Xperia Ion is expected to launch on AT&T some time in the second quarter of 2012, so that would be between now and the end of June, AT&T have yet to announce the exact launch date for the handset.

According to the guys over at Droid Matters, the Sony Xperia Ion will go on sale with AT&T some timer in June, the date was spotted in a recent Google advert.

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Apple Wins MacBook 4G Patent

We have been hearing rumors for a while that Apple may one day release a MacBook with a built in data modem, the company already has a number of patents relating to modems inside their MacBook notebooks, and now they have been awarded another one.

The most recent patent granted to Apple relates to a 4G antenna which is built into a Macbook, you can see a photo below which shows where it would be located.

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HTC Evo 4G LTE Lands On Sprint 18th May

Sprint recently made the new HTC Evo 4G LTE official and then put the device up for pre-order and now they have confirmed that the handset will be available on their network in the US from the 18th of May, this is a date we had heard about previously.

The HTC Evo 4G LTE will be available for $199.99 from Sprint when you sign up to a new two year agreement with the carrier, and it will land in Sprint stores next week.

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