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Submission + - Strange 'S'-shaped radar phenomenon appears off Australian Coast 1 1

Wormfan writes: ABC News reports a strange, as yet unexplained, S shaped formation off the coast of Western Australia detected on Australian Bureau of Meteorology weather radar. "There's no cloud, there's nothing to produce a rain echo, ... which we do see a lot, but not this particular shape," stated the Bureau's Neil Bennett.

PlayStation App Coming To iOS, Android 47 47

Sony has announced plans to launch PlayStation-centric apps for iOS 4 and Android devices. While the apps doesn't actually let users play games, it allows them to interact with various PlayStation Network functions. "This includes allowing players to view various trophies they and their friends have won in order to validate their self-worth. Players will also be able to view friends' online status and browse games for the PS3, PS2, and PSP with the app, as well as catch up on news and any relevant hardware announcements. If they see anything they like, the app will integrate with Facebook, Twitter, and e-mail to make for easy sharing." The app will be released for several European countries to start, with more versions and languages to follow.

Submission + - Pre-Release Windows Mobile 6.5 phone stolen->

Wormfan writes: A Windows Mobile 6.5 based mobile given by Steve Ballmer to Australian Telco Chief Sol Trujillo has been stolen. The phone is believed to be either a HTC Touch Pro2 or the HTC Touch Diamond2, both of which operate on the new Windows Mobile 6.5 software. Its theft has left Microsoft facing an industrial espionage threat.
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Submission + - Combined Storage and WiFi SD memory card announced->

Wormfan writes: As reported on dpreview, Eye-Fi have announced a new two gigabyte SD card with built-in WiFi capability that functions in (virtually) any camera supporting SD cards. Once configured the Eye-Fi card allows images to be automatically uploaded to your computer and also any one of seventeen online photo sharing sites.
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