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Apple Is Releasing A Watch, But Not The iWatch!

It’s not every day that Apple is behind when it comes to tech trends but alas the impossible has happened. When it comes to wearable tech, specifically smartwatches, it may surprise you that Apple is one of the only major tech companies not to have a product on the market. But those days are going […]

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Apple Will Start Making Millions of Apple iWatches Next Month

We have been hearing so many things about the iWatch for what seems like years. It finally became more than a rumor last year, and we finally got to see some official pictures. There is now some actual news about them actually producing them now though, so we can finally start actually thinking about it […]

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Your Phone’s Display Could Be Getting Sensors In It. Is This Going Too Far?

If you take the time to look back and study all of the advancements we’ve made with technology, you’d see that we’ve come quite far. Everything from PCs, to the way we listen to our music, our military technology, and even our mobile devices; they’ve all come quite far. With all of the advances that […]

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Samsung’s New Galaxy Tablet Has A Better Resolution Than The iPad Air

This week Samsung has unveiled two new additions to its line of tablets. Didn’t think tablets could get any more complex? Well they sure can, the new Galaxy Tab S devices are the thinnest and lightest tablets with top of the line display screen graphics. Samsung claims that the Galaxy Tab S line has the […]

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Google Glass… For Our Soldiers?

The best of the best is usually saved for our soldiers right? Well some may thinks so, but it’s not always glorious battle out on the front lines. War is an ugly thing, no matter how you slice it. We, as a nation, have the largest and most advanced military in the world. It may […]

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New Gmail Update Lets You Save Attachments Straight to Google Drive

Gmail has a new update out now that will let you save attachments directly to Google Drive from within your message. Google announced news of the update on its official blog and showed off the new feature with an accompanying GIF to show it in action. There is more than one cool thing about this […]

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One X Successor Hinted at by HTC

HTC has already started prepping the launch of yet another flagship Android handset, one whose cutting-edge components will reportedly be firsts in multiple industries. So far, the only name the new smartphone has is the codename M7, though it is said that this device will debut at a critical juncture for HTC as the company […]

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Microsoft Possibly Opening Retail Stores in Europe

While I can’t speak much for the economy in the United Kingdom (being a Yankee and all), word on the street is that the streets over there are full of empty shops and “Going Out of Business” signs. However, it appears as if there is a beacon of hope that could bring prosperity to the […]

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Xbox World Claims Insider Details on Future Xbox Console

According to details supposedly leaked by Xbox World, the Xbox 720 (or whatever they are going to call it) will debut with a brand new version of Kinect, a Blu-ray drive and an A/V port for watching and recording broadcast TV. It makes sense that Microsoft would throw in a Blu-ray player as well as […]

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Android Dominates Smartphone Competition

Three years ago, in the third quarter of 2009, Google’s Android had only a 4% unit share of a smartphone market that was at the time a race between Blackberry’s RIM (19%), Apple’s iOS (17%), Nokia Symbian (38%) and not to mention Windows (8%) and a few stragglers who shared the remaining 14% of the […]

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