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Microsoft patent suggests eyewear integration for Xbox, Windows Phone -

A new Microsoft patent published recently by the United States Patent and Trademark Office revealed that the company. 

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LG busts out a trio of L-series phones in the run up to MWC -

LG’s gotten all excited and spilled even more beans ahead of MWC as to what offerings we’ll see at. 

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Google to protest SOPA and PIPA on homepage tomorrow -

The Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and Protect IP Act (PIPA) have driven the Internet into a frenzy, with numerous. 

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Blackberry Curve 9300 impresses its users

By GULLIVER | On Wednesday, May 15th, 2013 - No Comments »

Humans are generally impressed by curves and BlackBerry made use of this by introducing curve cell phones. Curves have been popular for its internet speed, connectivity and of course for its QWERTY keypad. The keypad which is similar to keyboard makes it easy for the users to type out faster and is a hit among the younger generation. BlackBerry Messenger is also quiet popular among youngsters. 

Samsung Galaxy S2 Still Alive

By L.K. | On Tuesday, September 18th, 2012 - No Comments »
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Samsung has always been one of the most desirable guests at any party, and when its Galaxy S device achieved incredible success, the company gained momentum and came with more and more attractive devices including several super handsets. Among them was the Samsung Galaxy Note — the first phablet made by a leading company and running Android OS. The Note, however, is not for everyone and. 

Title: Popular Types Of Gaming Apps

By GULLIVER | On Tuesday, August 28th, 2012 - No Comments »
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It is certainly no secret that gaming has become one of the most significant features available on smart phones and other mobile devices. People tend to buy these devices either for work, school, social, or convenience purposes, but often the gaming capabilities end up being one of the main focuses! One reason for this is that there are simply endless games that can be downloaded, meaning. 

AT&T officially releases Watson speech API, gives devs a bit of babel fish for their apps

By L.K. | On Tuesday, July 10th, 2012 - No Comments »
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Ma Bell’s been hard at work on its Watson speech recognition system for years, and 2012 has seen the tech show up in an automobile and a real-time translator app. Months after announcing it would grant Watson’s skills to the developer masses, AT&T has made good on its promise and officially released its Speech API for mobile phones. In case you forgot, AT&T’s Nuance. 

Last of the Mohicans

By L.K. | On Tuesday, June 12th, 2012 - No Comments »
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Before restructuring Canadian RIM launched a smartphone, which was the last Mohican of the company. We don’t know what devices we’ll see in the future or if there will be any handset with this branding, therefore it’s high time that we have a look at that smartphone to find out what to expect from it and whether it can sell well or not. Blackberry Curve 9320 deals are the. 

Microsoft patent suggests eyewear integration for Xbox, Windows Phone

By L.K. | On Tuesday, March 20th, 2012 - No Comments »
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A new Microsoft patent published recently by the United States Patent and Trademark Office revealed that the company is working on two types of headsets for its Xbox and Windows Phone platforms, PatentBolt reported on Monday. The first unit resembles an aviation-type helmet and is aimed at Xbox gamers, while the second looks like a pair of sunglasses for use with smartphones and other future. 

HTC One X Preview

By L.K. | On Friday, March 16th, 2012 - No Comments »
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The HTC One X became popular on the day it was officially unveiled at Mobile World Congress 2012 in Barcelona. This smartphone is the most functional one from HTC One series, which also includes the HTC One S and the HTC One V. With its 4.7-inch Super IPS LCD2 with HD resolution of 1280×720 the One X will amaze smartphone lovers with many other impressive specifications. As you know. 

ZTE unveils quad-core ZTE Era Android phone, ZTE Orbit Windows Phone

By L.K. | On Monday, February 27th, 2012 - No Comments »
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ZTE announced a range of new smartphones at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, but the star of the show was undoubtedly the company’s new flagship Android phone, the ZTE Era. The Era is a quad-core Tegra 3-powered Android 4.0 phone with a 4.3-inch 960 x 540-pixel qHD display, 8GB of internal storage, HSPA+ and a case that is just 7.8 millimeters thick, which is even thinner. 

LG busts out a trio of L-series phones in the run up to MWC

By L.K. | On Tuesday, February 21st, 2012 - No Comments »
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LG’s gotten all excited and spilled even more beans ahead of MWC as to what offerings we’ll see at the big Iberian shindig. The L-Series is a trio of phones we’re already part-way familiar with, given that the budget L3 was leaked back in January. The L5 and L7 are aimed at the mid-range and premium ends of the market, running ICS and packing 4-inch and 4.3-inch displays. 

Apple tops Google in corporate reputation, study shows

By L.K. | On Wednesday, February 15th, 2012 - No Comments »
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Apple has edged out Google to become the most reputable company of 2012, according to a study from marketing research firm Harris Interactive. The firm’s 13th annual Reputation Quotient (RQ) survey had Apple coming ahead of Google, which held the top spot in 2011′s poll. Coca-Cola, Amazon and Kraft Foods rounding out the top five. “We are seeing the emergence of a group of companies.