Nokia Will be Able To Customize Windows Phone 7 OS

Nokia and Microsoft’s recent partnership will see Nokia producing Windows Phone 7 smartphones later this year, but it seems they may be slightly different than the current Windows Phone 7 devices available today.

It looks like Microsoft will allow Nokia to totally customize their Windows Phone 7 OS on Nokia device, and they will be allowed to make as many modifications to the Windows Phone 7 OS as they want.

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PC Waterbed Laptop Cooler

It really isn’t a good idea to put water anywhere near your laptop or notebook, as water and electronics really don’t mix, so this is probably one of the strangest laptop coolers we have featured here at Geeky Gadgets, the PC Waterbed.

As the name suggest, the PC Waterbed is a min waterbed which is designed to be used to keep your lapto or notebook nice and cool.

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Google Reader App For Android Gets Updated

Google has updated its Google Reader app for Android, and the latest version gets a number of new features, which are designed to improve the application.

Google has added an unread count widget, that will display the unread count for your feeds, there is also a news ticker widget that cycles though items from any feed in your reader.

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AT&T’s CEO Says Apple’s App Store Is Bad For Consumers

Up until recently AT&T was the exclusive carrier for the Apple iPhone in the USA, during that three year period AT&T didn’t have a bad word to say about Apple, but now it looks like thing have changed.

Speaking at MWC 2011, AT&T’s CEO Randall Stephenson said that Apple’s App Store and also Google’s Android market is bas for consumers, and said we should system where carriers sell the apps to customers.

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Sony Ericsson Xperia Play US Price Revealed ?

Sony have yet to announce any pricing for the new Xperia Play smartphone, but it looks like the company may have inadvertently revealed the pricing.

Sony Ericsson are running a contest on Facebook, and the prize is 10 Xperia Play smartphones, but when any company runs a contest they have to list an average prize value in their terms and conditions.

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Motorola Xoom Pricing Revealed

Motorola announced their Xoom Android Honeycomb tablet last month, we got to see all the specifications and details, but there was one thing that everyone wanted to know, the price.

Motorola has now officially confirmed the pricing on the Xoom tablet, there will be two versions available at launch a WiFi only version which will retail for $600 and a WiFi and 3G version which will retail for $799.

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SlideShare Launch ZipCast HTML5 Web Conferencing Tool

SlideShare has today unveiled it new ZipCast service that allows SlideShare users a fast and simple way to initiate web conferences around presentations.

SlideShare a presentation startup website with around 45 million users has created the new service using HTML5 WebSockets to create a real-time communication environment. The conferencing product if free to download and also connected to Facebook.


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Two Way Communication Set To Double Wi-Fi Speeds

Stanford University researchers have discovered a way to create two way communication over the same radio frequency. The new discovery could lead the way to doubling Wi-Fi and mobile phone network speeds.

The new research completely reworks assumptions about how wireless networks can be designed and unlike radio it has the unique ability to receive and transmit at the same time, which was unthought of before.

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Google One Pass Aims To Take On Apple’s New Subscription Service

Yesterday Apple announced their new subscription service, many publishers are less than hapopy with it, and now it seems they have an alternative with Google’s new One Pass.

The timing of Google’s One Pass announcement couldn’t be better, as Apple is coming under criticism, Google has announced an alternative that will make publishers happy.

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