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Droid RAZR And RAZR Maxx Factory Restore (fastboot) Files Released

Droid RAZR And RAZR Maxx Factory Restore (fastboot) Files Released

| July 12, 2012 | Reply

If you have wanted to go and hack your Droid RAZR variant but were a little worried about returning to stock in case of emergency where you needed to exchange it, then fret no more. Droid-life has released some factory images for the phones that will get you back to bone stock from wherever your […]

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Three Euro ISP’s Report Blocking ThePirateBay Was Useless

Three Euro ISP’s Report Blocking ThePirateBay Was Useless

| July 12, 2012 | Reply

ThePirateBay is a great site. It is a host site for torrent magnets that can get just about anything you would like downloaded. That also includes illegally downloaded music, movies, and TV shows. Because of that the site has been shut down, the founders put in jail, and the site has still managed to get […]

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In 1964 Arthur C. Clarke Predicted The Wireless Future Almost Perfectly [video]

In 1964 Arthur C. Clarke Predicted The Wireless Future Almost Perfectly [video]

| July 11, 2012 | Reply

The Jetsons and Back to the Future had it all wrong. They pictured the year 2000 to be some crazy space age where we defied the laws of gravity and all other things earthly. But way back in 1964, Arthur C. Clarke touted advances in transistors and communications satellites to be responsible for a smaller […]

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IPAA Is The New SOPA – SOPA Is Back

IPAA Is The New SOPA – SOPA Is Back

| July 10, 2012 | Reply

Remember the giant backlash from SOPA and how everyone came together and the bill was killed? Well the creator of the bill, Lamar Smith, is back with a new bill that is very similar. What is not similar is that it spreads even further with more power. It is worse than SOPA. It’s called the […]

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Samsung Factory Restore Image Leaked For Verizon S3

Samsung Factory Restore Image Leaked For Verizon S3

| July 6, 2012 | Reply

When you get a brand new phone one of the first things you want to do is root the device. When a phone is new to the market this is a little bit scarier because there is no way to go back to stock. If you end up with an issue and need repair on […]

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Verizon Announces the HTC Incredible 4G

Verizon Announces the HTC Incredible 4G

| July 2, 2012 | Reply

Everyone knew this phone was on it’s way and it is finally official. Verizon let the cat out of the bag on the Incredible 4G. It’s more or less a HTC One S with a thicker, uglier body. It’s a mid range phone with a mid range price to go with it. The phone is […]

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Flash On Android To End On August 15

Flash On Android To End On August 15

| June 29, 2012 | Reply

Steve Jobs said a  couple years back Flash was dead and HTML5 was the way to go. Many Android users scoffed at the idea and carried on telling iPhone users how silly they were. If you payed attention to the Google I/O day two keynote you saw a very impressive html5 demonstration. Now just a […]

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Magskin On Kickstarter Makes Your iOS Device Magnetic

Magskin On Kickstarter Makes Your iOS Device Magnetic

| June 28, 2012 | Reply

Apple loves magnets and how they can make life easier. That being said I am surprised they have not come up with this idea yet. Maybe because they can’t make money on refrigerators. Daniel Weyer is trying to get a project up and going that will give you a magnetic skin (not case) that will […]

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Samsung Galaxy SIII To Be Revealed May 3

Samsung Galaxy SIII To Be Revealed May 3

| April 16, 2012 | Reply

We don’t report rumors here so we spared you 800 stories about when the s3 would show up or what it looked like. This is factual; we will know everything May 3 at 2pm EST. That is when Samsung is having a presser to show off what is likely to blow our socks off. We […]

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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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