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Steve Jobs Dies at 56

Apple Co-founder, Chairman and former CEO Steven Paul Jobs has died at 56.

The death was announced by Apple, the company Mr. Jobs and his high school friend Stephen Wozniak started in 1976 in a suburban California garage.

Watch the video below on the story of Steve Jobs.

Top 10 Christmas Gifts for 2010

Christmas is just a fortnight away. It’s not too late though to get Christmas presents through online stores and have them shipped out now to reach your friends and family in time for Christmas 2010.

Below, we have compiled the top 10 Christmas gifts for 2010, in regardless of gender and age.

Number 10

Cuisinart 5-in-1 Griddler

Cuisinart 5-in-1 Griddler

Cuisinart 5-in-1 Griddler is perfect for the festive season as well as for all year long grilling. Compact in size, Cuisinart’s countertop Griddler offers five-in-one functionality as a contact grill, panini press, full grill, full griddle, and half grill/half griddle. With this Griddler, one can easily cook burgers, grill sandwiches, cook steaks and much more! From $88.47

Number 9

Samsung 55-Inch 3D LED HDTV

Samsung 55-Inch 3D LED HDTV

Samsung 55-Inch 3D LED HDTV provides the ultimate 3D entertainment at the comfort of your home. Watch vivid and visually stunning movies with life like clarity. Give this as a gift and that someone will thank you for life. From $2,199.98

Number 8

Panasonic Ultimate 3D Starter Kit (Avatar 3D + 2 Glasses)

Samsung Galaxy Tab

Ultimate 3D Starter Kit (Avatar 3D + 2 Rechargeable Glasses) by Panasonic brings the ultimate 3D experience down to your living room. Of course, you’ll need a 3D Blu-ray Disc player and a 3D HDTV to be able to watch Avatar in 3D. From $306.78

Number 7

Apple MacBook Pro

Apple MacBook Pro

Apple MacBook Pro is the dream laptop that everyone wants. At just 4.5 pounds and 1 inch thin, Apple MacBook Pro is powerful and highly portable with high performance graphics with built-in battery lasts up to 10 hours! From $1,100

Number 6

Apple iPhone 4

Apple iPhone 4

Apple iPhone 4 is one of the top gifts for 2010, no doubt. With video calling, HD video recording, 5 MP camera with LED flash among its features, it is no doubt Apple iPhone 4 makes the top choice of gifts. Viewing photos, watching HD videos, surfing the web will be the best you ever had, on a mobile device, that’s it. The downside? Unlike some countries which offer unlocked iPhone, all Apple iPhone 4 sold in the US comes with a two-year contract with AT&T. Would you just get the iPhone as a gift or also be responsible for the phone bill & data charges? Would you want to fork out thousand of dollars in the long run for phone bills & data charges? From $199

Number 5

Samsung Galaxy Tab

Samsung Galaxy Tab

Samsung Galaxy Tab mobile tablet is the next big thing in the tablet arena. Samsung Galaxy Tab is a powerful device ideal for home or on the go as it weighs just 1 pound. With 7-inch touchscreen display and Android 2.2 OS, Samsung Galaxy Tab comes with integrated Google services, Adobe Flash Player, Bluetooth, Camera, Radio and more. It has up to 8 hours of battery power. From $649.99

Number 4


ZAGGsparq 2.0

Let’s face it, your world runs on batteries, with Apple iPhone 4, Apple iPad among the most wanted gifts this holiday season, it makes this statement even stronger. So why should your world be limited to the capacity of one tiny little battery? Introducing the ZAGGsparq 2.0. Scientifically engineered to keep your world revolving when you need it most. Packed away in its ultra portable design lies the world’s most powerful portable charger of its type. 6,000 mAh of Lithium Polymer power on tap to keep you talking, texting, and taping your feet to the beat wherever you may go. Smart and beautiful, the ZAGGsparq 2.0 will charge two devices simultaneously, even while charging itself.

Number 3

Xbox 360 Console with Kinect

Xbox 360 with Kinect

Xbox 360 Console with Kinect is a dream machine for video game lovers. With the new Kinect Sensor, you can experience gaming like never before. See a ball? Kick it. Control an HD movie with the wave of a hand. Come with Kinect Adventures game which is suitable for everyone in the family. From $352

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Number 2

Apple iPod Touch

Apple iPod Touch

Apple iPod Touch is like Apple iPhone 4 minus the phone. It has every features an Apple iPhone 4 has except with lower resolution camera and without the phone functionality. Still, it is the coolest gadget you can ever get especially when you don’t get tied down with a 2-year contract like the Apple iPhone 4′s deal. From $215

Number 1

Apple iPad

Apple iPad

Apple iPad is the ultimate gift for Christmas 2010. Everyone wants it. At 1.5 pounds and with 9.7 LED display and multi-touch screen, you can experience the web, email, photos, videos like never before and with more than 300,000 apps awaiting from the Apps Store, it is no doubt Apple iPad is the most ideal gift for 2010. From $564.90

There you go.

While you may argue the list is more like top 10 Christmas gadgets, well, generally gadgets make life easier. And gifting a gadget to your loved ones make their lives easier. Does that make more sense now?

Atomic Tom’s iPhone Song Becomes Viral

Atomic Tom, a New York City quartet, posted a video of themselves playing their single "Take Me Out" on their iPhones while riding the subway to YouTube. Now, the video has more than two million views in one week and their song is a hit on iTunes!

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Microsoft Pokes Fun at Other Smartphones in New Ad

Microsoft makes fun of other smartphones with a new ad on its own smartphone, Windows Phone 7. The ad was created by top ad agency Crispin Porter + Bogusky.

Rape aXe, the Anti-Rape Device with Teeth

South-African Sonnet Ehlers has created a revolutionary , an anti-rape device with "teeth" called "Rape-aXe".

Rape-aXe is a flexible polyurethane condom-like tube that fits into the woman’s body. Rows of jagged plastic hooks line the inside of the tube — bent backward like teeth in a shark’s mouth — and lodge in a perpetrator’s penis upon entry. The perpetrator can withdraw from the woman, but the Rape-aXe remains clamped on. Trying to pull it off will cause discomfort.

Though the device causes great distress, it does not draw blood, Ehlers says, which is crucial in areas where HIV/AIDS rates are high. A man must seek medical attention to have the Rape-aXe removed. Until then, he cannot urinate, essentially tagging him until he gets to a hospital, she explains. Ehlers says she consulted an engineer, gynecologist and psychologist on the design.

Awesome device or another piece of junk? Do you think the device will reduce the number of rapes worldwide?