Motorola Introduces two new Bluetooth Headsets With Cool Features

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The new devices feature voice recognition, NFC, and improved battery life.

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Motorola Droid RAZR Specs Said to be Faster Than the iPhone 4S

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Motorola ready to surpass the new iPhone benchmark with new handset.

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Sprint’s Football Live App Adds the Ability to Purchase Tickets via StubHub

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Sprint and StubHub have partnered up to bring users of the Sprint Football Live app the ability to purchase tickets to college and pro football games throughout the 2011-12 season. StubHub is one of the world’s largest ticket marketplaces, while Sprint Football Live comes preloaded (some ...

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Participating Subway Restaurants now Accepting Google Wallet Payments

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Google Wallet might be a cool concept but it will remain a concept unless the majority of business starts to accept Google’s mobile payment method. Google partnered up with a few big companies at launch but so far none have actually started accepting Google Wallet payments. That was the ...

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Is Sprint 3G and 4G Data Traffic Routing Through the Department of Defense?

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So there I am, with some time on my hands, and I start up some reading on the Evo 3D forums on XDA, when I come across an unusual thread (warning – some foul language in the link). It states that Sprint users should try something out… and prepare to be stunned. So, I follow ...

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Motorola Photon 4G Update Release Includes Lapdock Support and Google Talk with Video

For those of you with a Motorola Photon 4G, an update was recently released: Version.4.5.1A-1_SUN-198_6 45.3.6.MB855.Sprint.en.US. Major updates include: Support for Google Talk with Video Chat Addition of Lapdock accessory support, featuring Motorola’s exclusive webtop application ...

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Motorola and Best Buy Announce the XOOM Media Edition

We can’t say we didn’t see this coming after being leaked a while ago, but the exact specifications and details remained a mystery until todays announcement. LIBERTYVILLE, Ill. – Oct. 14, 2011 – Grab the popcorn, hit the lights and cuddle up on the couch with the new ...

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HTC Rezound Appears In Verizon’s Systems, Release Next Thursday?

The Rezound is a phone with a history; When we first met this phone in an early leak it was called the HTC Vigor and it was promised to have awesome specs like a dual core processor and a 720p screen. After the initial outing, a new image arrived, which still appears to be genuine... Read More

Samsung Galaxy Note Primarily Targets Female Users?

It’s hard to decide whether the Galaxy Note is a phone or a tablet, but one thing’s for sure: It’s one of the most awesome devices of our time. With a 1.4GHz dual core Exynos processor powering a 5.3″ 1280*800 screen, this device is your ultimate nerdgasm. But ...

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Is Google Finally Ready to Fully Compete in Music Space?

The lines are getting blurred more by the day as Silicon Valley’s tech titans continue to offer new and expanded services.  No longer strictly operating as an online retail outlet, Amazon now provides music, movies, digital books, and more.  Apple, for their part, offer hardware in the ...

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Android Joins Twitter, Gives us an Ice Cream Sandwich Wave

For all you Android fans out there constantly checking your Twitter feeds for updated news and information about Ice Cream Sandwich, I have some good news for you. You can now get updated Android information straight from the source. That’s right — Android has joined Twitter! ...

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StackMob now Offering Android Developers Access to Their Backend Services

Backend service provider StackMob has announced official support for Android and has opened up Beta signup to those interested. StackMob which recently only supported iOS, provides mobile developers with everything they need to have a powerful backend while allowing them to concentrate on the ...

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Galaxy Nexus Spotted in Verizon Internal System

With only a few days to go before Samsung and Google bring us Ice Cream Sandwich and a new flagship handset we fully expect to see some final puzzle pieces leaking online.  Such is the case here with the Samsung Galaxy Nexus getting spied inside Verizon’s internal system.  No, it’s ...

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Build Your own Sin City With Game Insight’s Newest Android Game “Rock The Vegas”

Game Insight is known for its highly popular tycoon-style building games such as Paradise Island and My Country. Their newest release “Rock The Vegas” has just recently hit the Android Market and puts users in control of building their very own Sin City. Do it your way by building ...

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Make Texting Wait with AT&T’s Drive Mode

According to the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute Research, when you text and drive you take your eyes off the road for an average of 5 seconds. At just 55 mph, that is like driving the length of a football field without looking. Parents who have lost teens to texting and others concerned ...

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