AT&T's version of Samsung's Galaxy S II is a slider. BGR got its mitts on exclusive images of the new handset, and it looks like it's remained relatively lithe, despite the addition of the full keyboard. The Galaxy S II runs Gingerbread, and the international version was the fastest Android handset we've seen. Look…
Armed with gloves, a backpack, and a healthy appreciation for the deadliness of the third rail, urban historian Steven Duncan and videographer Andrew Wonder explore the Undercity. This is the hidden New York. And it's beautiful.
It's finally here — the biggest alternate timeline of all alternate timelines, the alternate history trope to top all alternate history tropes. Today we look at some alternate histories of the Second World War.
In November of 2009, Samsung put a video up on YouTube that didn't promise the moon—it just promised Android 2.0 for Behold II owners. But now that Samsung's reneged, it looks like it's time to lawyer up. UPDATED:
AMD's new Athlon II X4 chips are like a Phenom II minus the L3 cache. But they're super-cheap: $99 (2.6GHz-620), and $122 (2.8Ghz-630). Also looks like they hold their own against the $150 Core 2 Quad 8200: [Maximum PC]
It's difficult to imagine a more epic scene, but this photo has modest origins: amateur Astronomer Thierry Legault shot it with nothing but his own telescope, a solar prism and a Canon 5D Mk II.
Ars reviews AMD's latest quad-core, the Phenom II, against a barrage of Intel chips and finds that while it "puts AMD back on the map" against today's chips, AMD's got a "long-term problem." [Ars Technica]
Found in the depths of some German forum, a DPreview member says these pictures are for the yet-to-be-announced Canon EOS 5D Mark II. No real details to this camera other than the fact that it's going to replace the 5D (obviously). See the back after the jump, but don't expect a "make me a professional photographer"…
Got a time machine? Then these 40
Mac Classic II computers will be a steal. All you have to do is fix these up, hop in your time machine, and sell them to elementary schools in the 1980s.
John over at CrunchGear got his paws on a Maxtor Shared Storage II, which is a Network Attached Storage (NAS) device with 1TB of hard drive space. Thanks to the Gigabit Ethernet interface and the 7200RPM, 16MB cache hard drive, transfers to and from the NAS are going to be quite speedy.