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Amazon reveal and release FireTV

by Ryan Burgesson April 3, 2014
Yesterday Amazon announced and then subsequently released their new set top box called FireTV. Here is some good condensed info on the box taken from Neogaf: Info: -$99 system -$40 controller (comes with $10 in Amazon credit to spend on games and a free copy of Sev Zero) -Runs Amazon’s version of Android -It’s like […]
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Apple’s iPhone 6 Able to Holographically Increase Its Screen Size?

by Matthew Lucason March 17, 2014
Apple’s iPhone 6 is considered to be the upcoming flagship phone of Apple after the iPhone 5S this year, and a lot is relatively expected of the former phone iteration. SET Solution’s iPhone 6 dream phone features a couple of holographic projectors on each side of the device, which would let users extend the screen size of the device when placed on […]
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5 Tricks To Make Your iPhone Run Smoothly

by Hamza Akbaron March 15, 2014
User-experience that smartphones render serves to be the most basic and magnetic element that pulls consumers to smartphones of their choice. What sets Apple’s devices apart from those of other manufacturers is the flawless and seamless user-experience imparted to consumers. Although, over the years Apple has perfected its devices and in turn the user-experience has […]

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Europe calls for every phone to use the same charger

by Ryan Burgesson March 14, 2014
In a bid to cut electrical waste European Politicians have backed a regulation that will force all phone makers to use the same type of charger. European representatives want this implemented by 2017. MEP Barbara Weiler said in a statement: This serves the interests both of consumers and the environment…It will put an end to […]
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Samsung introduces Milk Music

by Ryan Burgesson March 8, 2014
Samsung has just launched their free music streaming service, Milk Music to the masses (in the US). The service is currently only available on Galaxy smartphones and only available to those of us that live in the US as of now. Milk Music currently has over 200 radio stations and 13 million songs available to […]

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Android beats Apple in tablet sales last year

by Ryan Burgesson March 3, 2014
Android tablets managed to collectively over take Apple as their global market share increased to 61.9% according to research firm Gartner. Though sales of Android tablets increased overall by 127% the iPad reigned supreme being the highest selling single tablet, which I think is unsurprising given the number of Apple tablets available compared to the […]
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AllSee Brings Gesture Recognition to All Devices

by Anna Johnsonon March 1, 2014
A new system, developed by University of Washington computer scientists, called AllSee, is amazing. “This is the first gesture recognition system that can be implemented for less than a dollar and doesn’t require a battery,” said Shyam Gollakota, a UW professor who worked on the project. “You can leverage TV signals both as a source of […]

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(Finally) Moto G Capped as Motorola’s Best-Selling Phone

by Gizmoration February 28, 2014
Yes, it’s official: Moto G is Motorola’s bestselling phone of all time. Motorola’s on a topsy-turvy ride; repeated fall in sales, then getting acquired by Google and astonishingly sold to Lenovo. It’s nothing less than a golden history for folks at Motorola. It was launched way back in November 2013, with a minimal price tag of […]
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Mozilla Unveil their £15 smartphone – The Firefox OS Flame

by Ryan Burgesson February 25, 2014
Once again at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Mozilla saw fit to announce their assault on the smartphone market with the Firefox OS Flame. Coming in at just $25/£15 the Firefox OS Flame is affordable by pretty much anyone and that is the line Mozilla want to take with their phones. Its important to […]

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Report: Samsung Galaxy Gear 2 Will Run Tizen Instead of Android

by Matthew Lucason February 19, 2014
The Samsung Galaxy Gear 2 will run on Samsung’s homegrown Tizen OS instead of Google’s Android, according to USA Today. Samsung will unveil the device at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next week, the report said. Samsung also has been working on a Tizen-based smartphone to introduce at the show, as well as other Tizen devices […]
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Track Keys, Wallet, Laptop, Even Pets With Bringrr, a Loud Car Charger

by Matthew Lucason February 17, 2014
How many times have you gotten into your car, you started driving and realized that you have forgotten your smartphone or wallet? Here’s a simple solution: Bringrr, a device that plugs right into your car then pairs your smartphone through bluetooth technology, and “it will make sure you never drive off without your phone again.” Every time you […]
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Microsoft Wants To Bring Android Apps on Windows

by Matthew Lucason February 15, 2014
Microsoft has started sharing its Windows Phone 8.1 Software Development Kit with developers, and the leaks have begun. One  of the major changes appear to be a Windows Phone and Windows RT merger. Even more Microsoft reportedly is ‘seriously considering’ allowing Android apps to run on its Windows and Windows Phone operating systems. Basing their OS on Android […]

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Nokia Lumia 1320 Phablet Available in the UK Starting February 24

by Chris Murphyon February 15, 2014
Nokia Lumia 1320 phablet will be released in the UK on February 24. The recently unveiled Lumia 1320 is relatively more affordable with a price tag (unofficial) of £299 ($500) for the pre-order SIM-free model. That price point puts the 1320 in the same range as the Huawei Ascend Mate and 16GB Nexus 5. Given that a SIM-free Lumia 1520 can run […]
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LG G Pro 2 Officially Launched: 5.9-Inch Screen, 4K Video Recording

by Matthew Lucason February 13, 2014
LG G Pro 2 has been released as the successor to 2013′s LG Optimus G Pro. LG Electronics announced its LG G Pro 2 smartphone Wednesday night, a high-end machine with a bigger 5.9-inch screen, 4G networking, Android 4.4 KitKat, more powerful speakers (LG says: 30 percent louder than before), and a technology called Knock Code that lets people […]

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iCPooch, A Remote Treat Dispenser & Pet Facetime Terminal For Dogs

by Anna Johnsonon February 3, 2014
It was pretty cool learning about Brooke Martin, the 13-year-old from Spokane who invented an Internet-enabled device poweredby a Raspberry Pi computer that allows dog owners to video chat with their pups and automatically deliver a dog treat from afar. iCPooch, currently seeking $20,000 on Kickstarter to go from prototype to production, provides a plastic housing for repurposing an Android/iOS […]
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iPhone 6 (iPhone Air) Release Date, Price, Specs, News and Rumors

by Nick Adamson February 2, 2014
Will it be called iPhone 6, iPhone Air or something else? (technically it’ll be the 9th iPhone). According to a reputable Chinese analyst, Apple is looking to push production on the much anticipated iPhone 6 to May 2014 and much to surprise of probably everyone, the phone will not be any larger than 4.7 inches. There have been many conflicting […]

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Samsung Galaxy S5: Specs, Release Date, Price, Rumors

by Chris Murphyon February 1, 2014
Samsung Galaxy S5, may see light very soon. Its release date could be next month at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. For the past few weeks there has been an endless stream of rumors about the Samsung Galaxy S5, the Korean manufacturer’s next generation flagship smartphone. Last year it was rumored that perhaps Samsung will […]
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Apple’s iBeacon May Change The Way We Are Mobile Shopping

by Nick Adamson January 31, 2014
iBeacon has been deployed in its first retail environments. It’s not as flashy as a new iPhone or iPad, but Apple’s iBeacon has the intentional to revolutionize the in-store experience. It opens a door to new set of applications such as indoor maps and in-store marketing, it makes the internet of things a realty and it […]

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Durr The Vibrating Watch That DOESN’T Tell The Time

by Eric Brownon January 31, 2014
Created by Theo Tveterås and Lars Marcus Vedeler—collectively named Skrekkøgle— Durr is more about reminding the wearer to make the most of their daylight than being a timepiece. It will be unable to tell you the exact moment in time, but with a vibration that happens every five minutes that passes by. The designers wanted Durr to […]
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Anna Kendrick’s (Non-) Super Bowl Ad For Newcastle Beer Is Hilarious

by Anna Johnsonon January 31, 2014
Anna Kendrick’s new non-Super Bowl commercial for Newcastle Brown Ale, which didn’t buy airtime in Sunday’s Super Bowl but is doing a wonderfully silly campaign about how it almost did, is amazing. The 28-year-old Pitch Perfect actress shows off her undeniable sense of humor in a clip centered around appearing in a spot during the big game. Newcastle opted to make […]
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Bpen Is a Touch Pen And a Stand For Any Smartphone Or Tablet

by Chris Murphyon January 28, 2014
I didn’t think of stylus pens as being very useful gadgets until now. Bpen is the first touch pen that works with virtually all smartphones and tablets, plus it is able to configure itself as a stand for our devices or even a car mount. And it can function as a regular pen (just switch the Bpen clock […]

 
 
 
 

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