Regarding San Francisco Police, Apple and the search for the missing iPhone prototype

Despite a day of wild rumors, SFWeekly is reporting that the San Francisco Police Department did assist Apple investigators when an iPhone prototype device again went missing in a bar late July this year. Contradicting past statements that no records exist of police involvement in the search for…

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Banksy Stencil

Today’s featured Banksy Stencil Art:
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Sharon asks…

The Banksy Stencil Tunnel?
I have read about a tunnel in South London which has alot of graffiti in including some Banksy stencil stuff.

My question is: does the tunnel still have this street art and graffiti in it? I will be traveling to London in September and my plan is to visit the tunnel.

Admin answers:
There are many websites dealing with this tunnel and the

Banksy Stencil

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Classic Shell now makes Internet Explorer 9 look like IE8

classic shell make windows 7 look like xp
If you used Windows XP for a long time (who didn’t?), one of the biggest changes when moving to Windows 7 or Vista was the massively-altered Explorer. While the new Explorer introduces some useful new features, it also removed just as many — which is where Classic Shell comes in!

We’ve covered Classic Shell before, but here’s the crib note: Classic Shell restores almost every Windows XP-era Explorer feature. The best change, in our opinion, is the reemergence of the ‘up’ arrow, meaning you now navigate without using the Windows Vista/7 ‘breadcrumbs’ address bar. The status bar yet again shows the total size of your selection, and — praise be! — the diabolical Windows 7 Copy File ‘copy and replace?’ dialog has been replaced with a Windows XP lookalike (image after the break).

New to the most recent version of Classic Shell is the ability to make IE9 look like IE8. With Classic Shell the title bar yet again has a caption, so you can see the full title of Web pages. The current security zone and loading progress indicator have been put back into the status bar, too. If you enable ‘Show tabs on a separate row,’ it’s almost like using IE8.

Finally, Classic Shell replaces the omnipotent Windows 7 Start Menu with the age-old ‘classic’ Windows 2000/XP-style Start Menu. Classic Shell makes the Start Menu skinable, too, if you’re into the kind of thing.

As awesome as it sounds, we’ve only touched on a small section of Classic Shell’s feature set. Check the Classic Shell site for a complete list. There’s a few more images of Classic Shell in action after the break.

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Gizmodo Fall Internships in San Francisco [Jobs]

Hi there, we’re looking for some interns, in San Francisco. More »


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Twelve South BookBook for iPhone 4 [Giveaway]

Twelve South are well known for the uber-cool, finely crafted Mac accessories and now they’ve entered the iPhone market with BookBook, a wallet-style case that hopes to provide the perfect mix of looks, protection and function. How does it fare? Keep reading to find out… and to enter our…

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Archos A100S tablet hits the FCC, does the opposite of a full reveal

It looks like the folks at Archos are keeping our friends at the FCC busy this summer. Following in the footsteps of the mysterious A70S2 tablet and the coy A80S, the A100S internet tablet is now making its way through the regulatory gatekeeper. Like its predecessors, this filing hasn’t given us much to go on; it comes with the typical confidentiality requests, which means we won’t get any of the juicy bits until the FCC lifts the curtain on October 15th. Until then, we’ll keep our Ice Cream Sandwich dreams afloat. If FCC test reports are your thing, feel free to hop on over to the source link below.

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An iPhone Dock That Folds Up Like a Lawn Chair [IPhone]

Folding things is awesome. Laptops, pizza, gymnasts—foldable things are fun and great. So this foldable iPhone/iPod stand from XtremeMac better not suck or it’s going to take a dump all over my foldy worldview. More »


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