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by George Heymann

LSDroid offers free lifetime licenses of Cerberus anti-theft app in celebration of reaching 100,000 user mark.

by George Heymann|@techeadlines

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LS Droid is offering free lifetime licenses of Cerberus an Android anti-theft app through February 29 in celebration of reaching the 100,000 user milestone.

In order to take advantage of the offer, download the app which normally includes a 1 week free trial and register an account including your desired username, password and email address within the application. Then fill out this Cerberus Google docs file, all licenses will be activated on March 1.

The license will be associated with your Cerberus account, you can protect up to 5 devices per account.

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Mac disk recovery made easy with Lion Recovery Disk Assistant, save $69

by George Heymann

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Apple has made disk recovery simple by including a Lion Recovery utility that lets you repair or reinstall OSX Lion without the need for a physical disc. The utility is installed on a separate partition on the SSD drive that is accessed by pressing and holding the ‘option’ key during the boot-up process.

But what happens in the event that your internal drive and recovery partition become damaged or unreadable? Well Apple has you covered, it offers OSX Lion on a $69 USB drive. So why would anyone pay $69.00 for $29.00 Mac App Store download? Unless you don’t have access to a broadband Internet connection there is a better option, the Lion Recovery Disk Assistant.

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Installation error: “Couldn’t install on USB storage or SD card” solution for Android

by George Heymann|@techeadlines

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I started receiving installation errors on my recently purchased Android phone which wouldn’t allow me to install some apps on my phone nor let me update others. Other applications, however, installed normally.

What really was puzzling is that in all three cases, there was ample space on the internal phone memory as well as the SD card storage.
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Unrooting and updating the Nook Color

by George Heymann

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Barnes and Noble recently released a firmware update for the Nook color which added several new features. The latest firmware V1.2.0 upgrades the Color Nook to Android 2.2 Froyo and adds an integrated Nook email client, an enhanced web browser with Flash and access to a limited curated Barnes and Noble app store as well as other enhancements.

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Dell Streak 7-inch 16GB WiFi Android Tablet $399 + $100 gift card

by George Heymann

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I ran across this Logic Buy Deal which expires today for $299 (after factoring in the $100 gift card) thought it was a fantastic value, too good to pass up. I love the performance of the Nvidia Tegra platform. So I’m willing to roll the dice on the rumored Honeycomb update.

The Dell Streak 7 is powered by Nvidia Tegra T20 Dual Core processor (1GHz) and Android OS 2.2 Froyo and features WiFi, Bluetooth, 16GB storage, 1.3MP front and 5MP rear facing cameras, Adobe Flash 10.1 and more. (Look for our review soon)

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Hands on the iPad 2

by George Heymann

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The latest iteration of the Apple tablet, the iPad2, is the natural successor to the original iPad.

Several features are immediately evident. You will notice the slimmer profile and lighter weight as soon as you pick one up. The device starts at a svelte 1.33 pounds and is an amazing .34 inches thin.

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