Tag: April

Space Shuttle Discovery Will Fly Around Washington, DC At Just 1500 Feet

Space Shuttle Discovery Will Fly Around Washington, DC At Just 1500 Feet

| April 11, 2012 | Reply

The headline may have been a bit off, but not at the same time. As everyone knows, manned space shuttle launches paid for the the US government are a thing of the past. Of the five shuttles that have attempted a launch into space only three made it back to earth successfully every time. There […]

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Verizon Wireless Plans on Charging You $30 to Upgrade Your Phone

Verizon Wireless Plans on Charging You $30 to Upgrade Your Phone

| April 11, 2012 | Reply

Yep, you read that right. Starting on April 22, Verizon Wireless will start charging a $30 “upgrade fee” to those who purchase a new phone at a discounted rate on contract. So if you are up for an upgrade and want to grab one of the latest and greatest smartphones you can plan on tacking […]

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ATT Announces The Impressive Titan II Windows Phone. Not To Be Confused With The Tytn II Windows Mobile Phone

ATT Announces The Impressive Titan II Windows Phone. Not To Be Confused With The Tytn II Windows Mobile Phone

| March 26, 2012 | Reply

Cell phone names are terrible. They all have these names that make them sound like they could rise from the depth of the earth and give you power over the masses while holding them. That being said, ATT announced a pretty impressive phone today that carries the same name as a previous phone that was […]

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HTC Ville Gets Pictured: HTC Finally Trimming Down Phones?

HTC Ville Gets Pictured: HTC Finally Trimming Down Phones?

| November 29, 2011 | Reply

What may be the first Ice Cream Sandwich powered device by HTC, the Ville is also going to get thinner. The phone is rumored to ship with ICS and Sense 4.0 in tow. Early specs shape up to be a Snapdragon series 4 processor at 1.5Ghz, a 4.3inch qHD  resolution and should come in at a mere […]

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HP Kills webOS Devices

HP Kills webOS Devices

| August 18, 2011 | Reply

Well that didn’t last long, did it? After acquiring struggling Palm in April of 2010 for $1.2 billion, HP announced that they will be discontinuing operations for webOS devices (specifically the TouchPad and webOS phones) today during their earnings call. They say they will continue to explore options to optimize the value of webOS software going forward. What this […]

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Microsoft makes fives times as much cash from Android than from Windows Phone, makes perfect sense.

Microsoft makes fives times as much cash from Android than from Windows Phone, makes perfect sense.

| May 27, 2011 | Reply

This statement confused me, until I read about it. Then I guess it makes sense.  It is true, MS makes a bunch more by someone buying an Android phone than buying a Windows Phone 7 device. Why you ask? Well it’s just a numbers game for now. In April 2010, Microsoft sued HTC over a […]

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Update: Droid Charge To Launch Tomorrow, May 14th

Update: Droid Charge To Launch Tomorrow, May 14th

| May 13, 2011 | Reply

Update 2: Now we’ve received an email, complete with press release that even further confirms tomorrow’s release date: Good afternoon, The Droid Charge will go on sale in Verizon Wireless stores tomorrow, and online at www.verizonwireless.com at midnight Eastern. Below is a quick recap of the device features. Update: It’s official now. The guys over at […]

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Sony starting to see sales drop due to PSN going down

Sony starting to see sales drop due to PSN going down

| May 13, 2011 | 1 Reply

Sony has been pretty happy with sales of its Playstation 3. Sony pissed off the wrong people. Sony is being sued. Sony is getting PS3′s returned and is now seeing a decline in sales and pre-orders of games. Doesn’t sound too good, does it? If you had any doubt how important online gameplay is to […]

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What is Google I/O?

What is Google I/O?

| May 10, 2011 | Reply

Most of our readers know exactly what Google I/O is and many look forward to it each year. But I realized that there might be SOME out there that don’t really know what it is. So for those who want to know and don’t feel like Googling it, here you go: Google’s own description: Google […]

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If you buy  G-Slate before April 27, you will save $100

If you buy G-Slate before April 27, you will save $100

| April 22, 2011 | Reply

Well this is a nice gesture. T-Mobile is going to give you $100 off the cost of your g-slate just by calling and giving coupon code GSLATE100. That will bring the price down to $429 with a two year agreement. This wasn’t meant to be a public code given out, so let us know if […]

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