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Eric Schmidt Either Knows A Lot More Than Us Or He Is On Drugs: “Google TV Will Be On The Majority Of TV’s By Summer 2012″ [video]

Eric Schmidt Either Knows A Lot More Than Us Or He Is On Drugs: “Google TV Will Be On The Majority Of TV’s By Summer 2012″ [video]

| December 7, 2011 | Reply

Eric Schmidt seems to speak everywhere. I am not really sure how he has time to run a company as large as Google when he is at every electronics showcase or trend or anything. That being said, he always has pretty interesting things to say. This time as Le Web, Eric said he expects “Google […]

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Verizon Wireless Introduces Facetones

Verizon Wireless Introduces Facetones

| October 6, 2011 | Reply

People love or hate ringtones. I hate them. I don’t need to hear whatever song you like at the time when your phone rings. I don’t need some sound every time I get a text/email/tweet/facebook message. But, some people like them and use the excuse “I want to be able to know it’s my phone ringing […]

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Nissan Leaf App Lets You Control Charging And Other Things From Afar

Nissan Leaf App Lets You Control Charging And Other Things From Afar

| August 5, 2011 | Reply

The Nissan leaf app has just hit the market for Android and should be a welcomed addition if you own the little electric car. While the company has only sold about 10,00 Leafs they plan to sell a lot more. With this app you can see how much charge you have left, turn charging on […]

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Apple Announces iMessage

Apple Announces iMessage

| June 6, 2011 | Reply

Little tidbit for all you iOS users out there…and I know there are a few. Apple seems to have released (pushed) its iMessage app, telling everyone but their carrier partners. How many friends do you have that also use Apple devices? Most? All? Well, if you do, do you really need text messaging now? Yah, […]

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AT&T Rolling Out 4G LTE This Summer

AT&T Rolling Out 4G LTE This Summer

| May 26, 2011 | Reply

Apparently not content with their current mobile broadband offerings, AT&T has announced that they will be rolling out 4G LTE to five major cities this summer. Their current 4G technology is the not-so-4G HSPA+ (well, one of their current – they also still have EDGE and regular HSPA) but they don’t see that as a long term solution, […]

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Crotchet your own Android Andy doll! Grandmother’s that are Android fans rejoice.

Crotchet your own Android Andy doll! Grandmother’s that are Android fans rejoice.

| February 5, 2011 | 1 Reply

Is your Grandma or Aunt an avid Android fan lady? Well then you are in luck, Bethany at bethsco blog has published a “How to crotchet an Android Doll”.  I know this isn’t the typical how to post, like how to root or flash a ROM, but this is far cuter than any of those.  […]

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Huge Leak of Proposed Specs for HP’s New Tablet and Touchstone Released

Huge Leak of Proposed Specs for HP’s New Tablet and Touchstone Released

| January 24, 2011 | Reply

Precentral got their hands on a whopper of a leak of specifications and plans for HP’s 9.7″ tablet codenamed Topaz that is expected to be released later this year. Building on the knowledge that we got from last week’s leaks, the Topaz looks to be right in line to compete with the iPad (well, the […]

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Apple Said to Be Dropping Home Button From Future iPad and iPhone Models

Apple Said to Be Dropping Home Button From Future iPad and iPhone Models

| January 12, 2011 | Reply

BGR just came out with some interesting information regarding future iPad and iPhone models from Apple: the iconic home button will be no more.   According to their source, the next versions of these devices will drop the button entirely and rely on the multi-touch gestures seen in the iOS 4.3 SDK that was just released […]

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