Tag: stock

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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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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Amazon Maps On The Way?

Amazon Maps On The Way?

| July 2, 2012 | Reply

It’s come as no surprise that Apple finally made their own maps app for iOS. Google refused to give up turn by turn and 3d maps for the OS and it was a major downfall to stock vs. stock comparisons with Android. Amazon uses the Android operating system as the base for the Kindle Fire, […]

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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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RIM Shareholders Have Some Harsh Words for Dual CEO’s; Too Late?

RIM Shareholders Have Some Harsh Words for Dual CEO’s; Too Late?

| July 14, 2011 | Reply

RIM’s stock has dropped 49 percent the past three months. In the same time frame they have lost almost 5% of the market share they used to dominate in smartphones. There is fear of a hostile takeover from a few other companies. The shareholders meeting was held this week and what did they demand of […]

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The history of Microsoft and Apple in an infographic

The history of Microsoft and Apple in an infographic

| June 27, 2011 | Reply

If you need to know more than you really need to know, there it is.You can see the timeline of releases and news events of MS and AAPL in a nice graphic along with stock values of each along the way. It’s an interesting short read if nothing else. Source: thenextweb

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Droid 3 heading to Best Buy on July 14?

Droid 3 heading to Best Buy on July 14?

| June 24, 2011 | Reply

There is a leaked screen shot of a Best Buy stock update that shows the Droid 3 may be coming July 14. It isn’t 4g, which may bring the buzz down a little bit but it does have some nice specs otherwise. 4 inch hd screen, slide out keyboard, dual core processor and an 8mp […]

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Acer takes a step back from the 5-7 million tablets they thought they would sell this year

Acer takes a step back from the 5-7 million tablets they thought they would sell this year

| June 15, 2011 | Reply

Things aren’t going so great over at Acer right now. Overall sales are down 30%, stock is down and now they are revealing that the estimated 5-7 million tablets they wanted to sell will be about half of that. The company plans to sell 800,000 tablets each of the third and fourth quarters to boost […]

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Dear Thunderbolt Owners: Selling Now Would Be Dumb

Dear Thunderbolt Owners: Selling Now Would Be Dumb

| June 13, 2011 | 1 Reply

So I see all the talk on Twitter lately about people looking to off their HTC Thunderbolts after a few short months. The impatience I’m seeing is beyond pathetic. Most of what I am seeing, is that users are upset about battery life and random reboots, and those same users are looking at possibly switching to […]

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Virgin Mobile will keep android phones vanilla – mostly

Virgin Mobile will keep android phones vanilla – mostly

| June 10, 2011 | Reply

Want a carrier that doesn’t pin you down to a contract, and will fight to keep your phone stock Android? Say hello to Virgin Mobile. In a quote after the Motorola Triumph was released the carrier said this: “Virgin Mobile USA aims to make available devices that allow the end user to have the freedom […]

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