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Follow the Latest Headlines At Tech News Tube

Feed HashTech news enthusiasts have three new resources to follow the latest headlines with the debut of TechNewsTube.com, MacHash.com and the newly redesigned MobilityBeat.com.

These new destinations aggregate the latest headlines and articles from the web's best sources in one place. The sites offer an easy to follow, scannable format to stay on top of the day's news in your browser and mobile devices.

MobilityBeat - Is a mobile tech news resource which provides up to date coverage of the mobile tech space. MobilityBeat covers over 100 sources in one spot with an even deeper selection of detailed categories. Readers can also find the latest news broken down by platform including sections for Palm OS, Windows Mobile, iPhone, BlackBerry and Symbian.

Tech News Tube - Provides up to the minute technology news headlines. The site is best described as a series of news. (It is not a dump truck.)

Mac Hash - Covers the latest Apple news and rumors from all over the web. You can also get your Mac news fix on the go with the iPhone optimized version.

As new articles are posted throughout the day, headlines are picked up in real time. In addition to its streamlined, chronological headline display, each site also offers a detailed view for more in depth headline scanning. All of the sites also provide a thoughtfully designed mobile phone formatted version.

"Tech News Tube, Mac Hash and MobilityBeat present an extremely efficient way to stay up to date on technology news topics on the web. Instead of visiting five, ten or even fifty-plus individual sites, you can save time and quickly scan them all in one place." remarked Ryan Kairer, principal architect of the new sites.

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Looks good

mikecane @ 9/22/2008 6:46:25 AM # Q
I'll have to check in daily now. I like how it's really all one site with three tabs. No need for additional URLage.

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iPhone Developer: I Just Made $250K From App Store In Two Months

Gekko @ 9/22/2008 7:00:01 AM # Q
i may have to learn how to program!


iPhone Developer: I Just Made $250K From App Store In Two Months (AAPL)
Vasanth Sridharan | September 22, 2008 9:45 AM

Steve Demeter developed the iPhone puzzle game Trism as a side project, but now he's quitting his day job. Why? Because he says he's generated $250,000 in profits since he started selling the $4.99 game on iTunes this summer. That's after Apple has taken it's 30% cut of total sales, and after subtracting his initial investment of about $5,000.

http://tinyurl.com/44elt9



RE: iPhone Developer: I Just Made $250K From App Store In Two Months
SeldomVisitor @ 9/22/2008 7:30:15 AM # Q
Mass market...mass bucks!

Wow.

RE: iPhone Developer: I Just Made $250K From App Store In Two Months
Gekko @ 9/22/2008 8:31:24 AM # Q

There's gold in them thar hills!

RE: iPhone Developer: I Just Made $250K From App Store In Two Mon
mikecane @ 9/23/2008 11:27:13 AM # Q
Geez, Gekko, for someone whose nose is up the ass of a dollar bill all the time, why didn't you see this to begin with?

http://mikecane2008.wordpress.com/2008/09/19/how-print-publishers-are-killing-writers/

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Why can't I get to these sites from EVERY PiC page?

SeldomVisitor @ 9/22/2008 2:17:27 PM # Q
The Subject is the post.

RE: Why can't I get to these sites from EVERY PiC page?
Ryan @ 9/22/2008 3:14:32 PM # Q
It is something I'm considering. I will work it in eventually in some form. PIC itself is well overdue for a refresh soon.

Any feedback on the new sites? Are they something you think you'd use?

RE: Why can't I get to these sites from EVERY PiC page?
SeldomVisitor @ 9/23/2008 9:49:51 AM # Q
When I click on a "tab" to visit one of the three websites, there always should be tabs to get back. MobilityBeat doesn't have them.

The headlines are not really visually separated enough for my particular taste, making scanning them difficult (start reading a headline and skip to another line before finishing!).

It would be nice if there were some background code using, say, cookies, to highlight already-seen or not-yet-seen headlines on revisit/refresh of the page(s).

Creeping Featurism Rulz!

RE: Why can't I get to these sites from EVERY PiC page?
Ryan @ 9/23/2008 10:19:18 AM # Q
You may prefer the detailed view if you didn't see it:

http://mobilitybeat.com/detailed/

All good suggestions though, thanks. I realized the tab issue and will be correcting that later today.

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Google Unveils Android GPhone 'G1' at 10:30 ET Today

Gekko @ 9/23/2008 6:59:34 AM # Q
RE: Google Unveils Android GPhone 'G1' at 10:30 ET Today
mikecane @ 9/23/2008 11:29:26 AM # Q
I'll catch up with it much later. Let all the frikkin words flow. I just want the gist.

RE: Google Unveils Android GPhone 'G1' at 10:30 ET Today
SeldomVisitor @ 9/23/2008 11:37:08 AM # Q
> ...I just want the gist.

== "Ooh. Aah. Ooh."

RE: Google Unveils Android GPhone 'G1' at 10:30 ET Today
mikecane @ 9/23/2008 3:51:13 PM # Q
Stop it. It's not all that. Not with that frikkin right-side hump when in landscape with keyboard open.

RE: Google Unveils Android GPhone 'G1' at 10:30 ET Today
SeldomVisitor @ 9/23/2008 4:35:17 PM # Q
Just visit http://androidcentral.com for the full poop.

Giggle.

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