Category: Tech News

Cover is a Lockscreen replacement that learns your favorite Apps

Cover is a Lockscreen replacement that learns your favorite Apps

| December 17, 2013

  Cover, a free app for Android, is a replacement for the stock Lockscreen that learns what Apps you use most while at home, at work, driving or just out and about and allows you to swipe right to them. Chances are, it’ll serve up Chrome, G+ and Twitter while you’re at home, Calendar and […]

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Verizon Close to Buying Intel’s TV Startup

Verizon Close to Buying Intel’s TV Startup

| December 16, 2013

  For those of you who don’t know, Intel has apparently been working on a Pay-TV service that would be delivered online. Kinda like a live Hulu Plus. Apparently Verizon has turned it’s HAL-9000 red gaze towards Intel’s TV baby and wants to buy it outright. According to Bloomberg, these talks between the two giants […]

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Motorola Starting Soak Test for New Droids on Verizon

Motorola Starting Soak Test for New Droids on Verizon

| December 16, 2013

  According to Droid-Life, Motorola is about to start rolling out Soak Test invites to some owners of the Droid Ultra, Maxx and Mini. The general assumption is that the Test is for Android 4.4 or Kit-Kat. Time will tell as it should begin in the very near future although the email ends with this […]

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Battle of the Budget Phones

Battle of the Budget Phones

| December 14, 2013

  Whether you love Android or iOS (for some reason) both operating systems now have what you could call mid-range budget phones; the Motorola Moto G and Apple’s iPhone 5C. The iPhone5S came out with much fanfare, as always, and the iPhone 5C was somewhat swept under the rug. Let’s be honest. It didn’t come […]

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Samsung Announces the Galaxy Note 3

Samsung Announces the Galaxy Note 3

| September 4, 2013 | Reply

The Galaxy Note 2 has been announced and these are the specs: 5.7 Inch 1080 HD Screen 13mp Camera 3gb RAM 2.3 Ghz quad core processor 3200 mAh battery Multiple (up to 10) color choices 8.3 mm thin There are a ton of new software features as well, we will get to that later.

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The Next Version Of Android To Be Named ‘Kit-Kat’

The Next Version Of Android To Be Named ‘Kit-Kat’

| September 3, 2013 | Reply

  So much for Key Lime Pie. For over a year, Android 5.0 has been rumored to be KLP. It appears Google has teamed up with Hersheys to unveil Android 4.4 will get the ‘K’ and fully named Kit Kat. If you think this is a joke, the news was posted on Sundar Pichai’s Google+ […]

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Apple Sending Out Invitations For Sept. 10th iPhone 5s And iPhone 5c Announcement

Apple Sending Out Invitations For Sept. 10th iPhone 5s And iPhone 5c Announcement

| September 3, 2013 | Reply

The time is here. All of the people who love Apple products will get to see their new phone in just a week. Rumor has it that Apple will reveal two phones, a high end iPhone 5s and a mid range iPhone 5c in colors. The 5s will pretty much be a hardware upgrade to […]

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LG Announces the G2

LG Announces the G2

| August 7, 2013 | Reply

LG had a pretty interesting press conference that just ended introducing their new flagship phone, the G2. The G2′s most notable feature is the company moved the power and volume buttons to the back of the device. LG believes most people keep their index finger on the back. I don’t, Todd doesn’t. Who knows if […]

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Microsoft Kinect Can Now Translate Sign Language [video]

Microsoft Kinect Can Now Translate Sign Language [video]

| August 1, 2013 | Reply

The kinect by Microsoft is an amazing device. When it debuted it was pretty obvious that some of the possibilities with the kinect were amazing. Microsoft has shared a video of the most impressive ability yet for Kinect: Sign Language. Partnering with¬†the¬†Institute of Computing Technology at the Chinese Academy of Sciences, MS labs has made […]

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Netflix Launches Profiles On Xbox, PS3, The Web And iOS

Netflix Launches Profiles On Xbox, PS3, The Web And iOS

| August 1, 2013 | Reply

Good news for all Netflix users, your queue is now safe! Shown for the first time back in January at CES, Netflix has gone live with the new profiles. Each account can have up to 5 profiles with individual queue and recommendations. Netflix believes this will help with parental controls for different ages as well […]

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