Corning to announce Gorilla Glass 2 at CES

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As if Gorilla Glass weren’t already tough enough, Corning has announced plans to introduce Gorilla Glass 2, the latest in their line of ridiculously durable screens. It’s so tough and awesome, it’s on 575 products made by over 30 manufacturers around the world. According to ...

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Sprint announces which lucky users are to get 4G LTE in 2012

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Sprint users (my hand is up!), are you tired of the sub-par results you get with WiMax? Well, if you’re in one of the people in a select few markets (and with a select few phones), you can start checking out Sprint’s LTE network… soon. The market includes: Dallas Atlanta ...

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Check out TuneIn, an app for safer in car radio

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  As we all know, Car Mode is the safer Android experience in an automobile other than “abstinence”! What true android lover can do that? TuneIn helps to make our car mode experience even better with their TuneIn 5.3 release for Android. You can use voice command TuneIn to any ...

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Copia to Bring More Digital Publications Options for Education

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  In the evolution of technology, there are many fields that are experiencing complete overhauls in the name of being more efficient, more cost effective, and just plain better. Not to be excluded, the education field has really been looking to upgrade the past several years, with many ...

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Cobra Electronics Set to Show Off New Mobile Integration Tech at CES 2012

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  If you’re looking for a good company to look to who has done a fantastic job of adapting to changing technologies, Cobra Electronics would be a good one. Mostly known for their radar detectors, the company has made a focus of integration between various mobile technologies and ...

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The ides of January bring a new addition to the Iconia line

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In the hubbub of price reductions, fire sales, sub $200 tablets masquerading as E-Readers, $100 dollar Chinese knockoffs, and other various developments making us go tablet crazy, I must say that this is something that, while it would be quite easy to overlook, it stands out from the rest after ...

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LG’s New Google TV to Be Announced at CES 2012

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  It’s a rather unarguable fact that, when Google TV launched at the end of 2010, it didn’t quite make the impression that Google had intended. Indeed, a lot of reviewers wrote the initial product off as half-baked, which was somewhat true; this was their first outing, after ...

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Sprint Samsung Galaxy Nexus pseudo confirmed through online ad, to come with LTE and a 1.5GHz CPU?

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If you’re hot into the rumor bin, then you’ll love this one. In an ad that likely wasn’t supposed to be seen yet with information we’re not supposed to know,  Sprint gives away the following: The Samsung Galaxy Nexus will be coming to Sprint It will have LTE It will be ...

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Box for Android updates to version 1.5, brings some new enhancements

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If you’re a user of Box, you know how handy cloud storage can be. Box recently got an update to version 1.5, bringing with it the following enhancements: Use the front page widget to see the progress of any files currently undergoing modifications or uploads. Upload email attachments or ...

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Motorola announces pair of new Androids for Europe, China, and other markets

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Motorola Mobility today announced a pair of new Android smartphones for Europe, China, and other markets.  Running Android 2.3 Gingerbread, these two are designed to offer consumers affordable choices that best fit their unique personalities.  On one hand we have the MOTOLUXE, a slim touch-only ...

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ShopSavvy follows Google, releases a wallet service

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If you’ve been interested in Google Wallet and other similar apps, Shopsavvy has just updated to version 5.0, and they’ve added a wallet feature to the already popular app. The name, however, is abit misleading because as Alexander Muse points out here, saying “Google Wallet ...

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Brisk Iced Tea brings Brisksaber app to Android, gives geeks a Yoda vs. Darth Maul showdown

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Hey, all you Star Wars geeks! (I’m raising my own hand here, don’t be ashamed) In today’s awesome nerd news, Brisk Iced Tea is bringing Android users a new game to commemorate the 3D theatrical release of Star Wars: Episode One – The Phantom Menace. The app is called ...

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AT&T announces 11 new LTE markets

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Faster data speeds, people… that’s the name of the game. Today, AT&T has announced 4 new markets where you can hop on their LTE network and be a data monger to your heart’s content. Markets include: New York City Austin, TX Chapel Hill, NC Los Angeles, CA Oakland, CA ...

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Qualcomm’s GameCommand ready for Android Market debut

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Qualcomm has all but wrapped up work on their answer to NVIDIA’s TegraZone and expect to open the doors next week.  Dropping in the Android Market on January 10th (first day of CES), Snapdragon GameCommand will give consumers and gamers a quick way to find Snapdragon optimized, featured ...

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Digitimes: Google’s “Nexus Tablet” to be 7-inch, cost under $200

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New details come into light for the rumored Google tablet.

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