Tag: device

Playstation 3 To Trim Some Fat, Offer Super Slim Version

Playstation 3 To Trim Some Fat, Offer Super Slim Version

| July 16, 2012 | Reply

A site from Brazil offered up some images of a new, thinner PlayStation 3 over the weekend. There is also a new FCC filing concerning the device so it shouldn’t be long before it is ready for retail. No word on price yet but the Playstation 4000 will be available in 160,250,500 GB flavors. 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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Google Debuts The Nexus Q, A Media Social Streaming Device

Google Debuts The Nexus Q, A Media Social Streaming Device

| June 27, 2012 | Reply

We just finished watching the Google I/O keynote and we are taking in everything that happened. One thing that may take some time is the question of what the Q actually is and does. How is it different than Google TV other than some minor accessibility updates? Is it worth $299? While we work all […]

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Sony Posts ICS Beta For Developers To Test On The Xperia Play

Sony Posts ICS Beta For Developers To Test On The Xperia Play

| March 30, 2012 | Reply

  Sony took a pretty bit hit in the face with their first Android Xperia phone. It was laggy, bad poor hardware reliability and was slower than the Samsung of old to get an update. Sony has since taken a new approach to update phones quickly and provide good phones and good customer service to […]

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The Tek Robotic Mobilization Device Makes Current Wheelchairs Obsolete

The Tek Robotic Mobilization Device Makes Current Wheelchairs Obsolete

| March 29, 2012 | Reply

Wheelchairs have pretty much been the same forever. If you need one, they are a pain in the ass to get into, out of and make normal tasks frustrating. A new device built by some scientists in Turkey will change how the paralyzed interact with every day life. For starters, you enter the device from […]

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Best Buy To Close 50 Stores, Cut 800 employees. Where Is Retail Heading?

Best Buy To Close 50 Stores, Cut 800 employees. Where Is Retail Heading?

| March 29, 2012 | Reply

Best Buy announced their earnings today, and it wasn’t great. The company didn’t meet expected sales and is restructuring to give better customer service to potential buyers and cut back on the big box “find it yourself” type feel in stores now. With these sales figures it makes you think about the future of retail, […]

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HTC Giving Android 4.0 Love To All Kinds Of Devices

HTC Giving Android 4.0 Love To All Kinds Of Devices

| March 14, 2012 | Reply

HTC announced which devices would be getting the Android ICS treatment today. Much to the surprise of many people and delight of others, many 3G devices will be getting the anticipated update. The list of the devices is as follows: DROID Incredible 2 by HTC HTC Amaze 4G HTC Desire S HTC Desire HD HTC […]

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Apple Ready To Talk Licensing With Competitors And Drop Lawsuits?

Apple Ready To Talk Licensing With Competitors And Drop Lawsuits?

| March 6, 2012 | Reply

I know that Steve Jobs wanted to go “thermonuclear” on his war against Android, but unfortunately he is no longer with us. Now it appears as we wrote about here months ago Apple’s shareholders are ready to make money instead of lose money on the patents they own. Apple has spent about $250 million as […]

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Sprint Not Following New Upgrade Policy?

Sprint Not Following New Upgrade Policy?

| January 11, 2012 | Reply

With all the policy changes that Sprint made around the time its iPhone launched, one change that wasn’t noticed or mentioned by many people was the fact that Sprint lowered its standard upgrade period, from every 22 months down to every 20 months. ┬áBut according to some tips we’ve received, Sprint may not be holding […]

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Should Apple Stop Android Lawsuits And Make $10 Per Device Sold?

Should Apple Stop Android Lawsuits And Make $10 Per Device Sold?

| December 29, 2011 | 1 Reply

Every week we hear about a new lawsuit or catfight between Apple and some manufacturer of Android devices. As of now, Apple hasn’t really gained much despite spending hundreds of millions in legal fees to fight off Android. Steve Jobs was quoted as saying he would go “thermonuclear” in his fight because he believed Android […]

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