64GB iPhone 4 prototype leaked

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A gadget blog is claiming to have obtained and tested a 64GB iPhone 4 engineering prototype direct from the Foxconn factory. "The owner of this engineered prototype told us that he got it from a...

Google Android Prototype in the Wild

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Here's the first gorgeous shot of an Google Android prototype in the wild. It looks HTC-ish in build, similar to the grainy versions we've seen in the official videos and the renderings in the SDK...

Intel: 80-Core Processor Prototype

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Intel has issued a press release announcing that its researchers have developed a prototype 80-core chip; Intel says that the real deal would take from five to eight years to hit the market. More cores...

Toshiba shows fuel cell prototype

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Toshiba used the Cebit trade show to demonstrate for the first time an operating prototype fuel cell for notebook PCs, but the company, citing size, weight and regulatory concerns, said it will not commercialize the...

Inphase Technologies unveils holographic drive prototype

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Holographic data storage developer Inphase Technologies has launched the world's first prototype of a holographic storage drive. The prototype is the foundation for Inphase's family of Tapestry holographic drives, with data capacities that range from...

First look at MSR's touch light prototype

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Channel9 Forums has put together another great video showcasing technology from Microsoft's Research group. This latest video is a prototype of Microsoft's new "touch light" technology. Right now its still in the early...

Microsoft shows off prototype camera

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Microsoft is showing around a prototype product, called the Ring Cam, designed to make web conferences more like face-to-face meetings. Combined with web-conferencing software that Microsoft acquired this year, remote-meeting participants would be able...

Next-gen SCSI prototype shown

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NEW YORK--Three tech allies demonstrated a new storage technology that they believe will keep a venerable hard drive standard safe from extinction. Hewlett-Packard, Seagate and Adaptec demonstrated prototype versions of Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) at...

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