Leaked: Image of the HTC Hero, aka the 'G3'

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An image has surfaced on the internet, on the ‘Code Android Singapore’ website, of the HTC Hero. This device is a followup to the HTC Magic, and is referred to by many as the G3 because it runs Android – Google’s mobile phone operating system.

It’s a lot squarer than the HTC Magic, and it looks like the infamous chin from the G1 has returned. There’s no trackball, either, which could indicate that G1 users haven’t been overly fond of it as a control mechanism. Also in the shots, though, may be a slot for a 3.5mm headphone jack. That would be a fantastic addition to the handset.

(via Code Android Singapore)

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Duncan GeereLeaked: Image of the HTC Hero, aka the 'G3'

CES 2009: Sony Cybershot G3 – Wi-Fi camera with built-in browser

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Gosh, this is rather nifty. Sony’s new Cybershot G3 camera has an inbuilt web browser! Eat that, Eye-Fi. You can log on to a wireless hotspot, and surf the web to your heart’s content. Disclaimer – depending on the sites your heart wants to render, it may not end up 100% content.

Sony provides a “Easy Upload” homepage, with quick links to Shutterfly, Picasa, Dailymotion, Photobucket and YouTube (no Flickr?). It’ll store your login information, too, so you don’t have to type it in on the 3.5″ touchscreen every time. But what about the camera itself? It’s got a 10 megapixel sensor, 4x optical zoom and Face Detection, along with 4GB of internal storage. Available right now, for $500 (£330).

(via Gizmodo)

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Duncan GeereCES 2009: Sony Cybershot G3 – Wi-Fi camera with built-in browser

G2 (and G3!) rumours surface, debate over release date

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It’s no secret that, badass as the T-Mobile G1 is, it’s not a perfect device. The keyboard’s a little clunky, the GPS is a bit iffy from time to time, and there’s a fair bit of functionality missing out of the gate. That said, it’s the closest competitor we’ve had to the iPhone’s dominance, so many people are praying for a decent second iteration of the device.

I have little doubt that the rumours that surfaced over the weekend owe more to that yearning than any factual reality. First off, a site called CellPhone Signal posted a specs list for a “G2″ that seems plausible, but tacked on a deeply unrealistic release date of January 26th.

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Pour me a cold one with the Beer Server G3

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The Apple G3 Server may be considered seriously outdated now that the likes of the Mac Pro have come along, but when it gets a mod like this, it’s worth a second look.

The G3 may struggle to run OS X Tiger, and it won’t run Leopard, but this model can pour you a Tiger Beer, or perhaps a Cobra, instead.

Does it work as a computer any more? Probably not, but who cares? I’ve got an old G4 Mac that I know just what to do with now.

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Andy MerrettPour me a cold one with the Beer Server G3