Registration Open for Sprint Galaxy Nexus

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Are you looking for unlimited LTE data on Google’s latest flagship phone? If you answered, “heck yes” (like myself), you can now register for information updates for Sprint’s iteration of the Galaxy Nexus, set to debut sometime later this year. The device will be ...

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Toyota introduces fuel efficiency app for forklift fleet managers

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As technology is evolving, smart companies are taking advantage of the new tools available to make themselves more and more efficient. Toyota’s Material Handling division has demonstrated a good example of this with their new app system (available on Android tablets and other devices), ...

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Sony develops new camera tech for smartphones

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Sony announced on Monday two new camera technologies that they will be embedding into their devices, most notably their smartphones. The first uses “RGBW” coding to make low light pictures as colorful and grain-free as possible, a difference that you can definitely see in a ...

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LG flaunts Optimus LTE sales, hopeful for similar results with Verizon Spectrum

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When someones accomplishes something worthwhile, a little bragging or trash-talking can be expected. LG seems to have taken that same mindset with their latest press release, which praises both the fantastic hardware of the Optimus LTE (released as the LG Spectrum on Verizon) and its ...

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Motorola Opens Pre-Order for Wi-Fi only XYBoard

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After the gentle tide of announcements during the holidays and the crazy undertow of CES, we’re finally starting to see our first wave of devices for 2012. We mentioned during CES that Verizon and Motorola announced the launch of the XYBoard, the successor to the venerable Xoom tablet of ...

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BaconReader for Reddit Gets Updated with New Features

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If you’re a big reddit fan, you need to be using BaconReader. This app is tremendously popular among redditors, both for its functionality and stylish look. Yesterday, its developer OneLouder (who also developed TweetCaster and FriendCaster) announced an update to to v1.2.

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Modding Your New Galaxy Nexus: How To Change Softkeys

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When the Galaxy Nexus first debuted and announced that the device was doing away with the traditional physical keys, I was a bit skeptical. When I saw that they had completely shunned the search button, I was even more so. As someone who constantly uses that particular button, I was also ...

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T-Mobile to Focus on Network After AT&T Fallout

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So what’s a company to do after the deal that they were relying on becomes null and void? Onward and upward! T-Mobile Chief Executive Philip Humm has gone on the record to say that their number one priority will be to improve and update their network in an attempt to pull in customers. ...

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Sony Smartwatch to be Launched in Conjunction with Xperia S

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It seems that smart watches are a bit of a theme at this year’s CES. Motorola debuted an MP3-focused smart watch (though not Android based), and earlier today we told you about the I’m Watch. As an upgrade to the LiveView that they released last year, Sony revealed the SmartWatch ...

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i’m Watch Makes an Appearance and Waves at CES

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As technology progresses, it’s inevitable that it’s going to find more and more niche places to insert itself. The smartwatch, in particular, is a product that’s had several attempts at consumer adoption with little success. It was either due to price or appearance. Italian ...

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Intel Jumps into the Android World with Motorola/Lenovo Deal

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For a while now, it’s been the same chip makers in the mobile space. TI and Qualcomm have been there forever, and Samsung has been putting their own chips in their own Galaxy line since its inception (excluding the Galaxy Nexus and the T-Mobile Galaxy S II variant). Intel, in the ...

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Nuance Announces Dragon Go! For Android, Throws Its Hat In As A Siri Competitor

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Ever since Siri’s iconic entrance into Apple’s deck of playing cards, there have been a plethora of software entrants vying to usurp Siri’s place of double power: public recognition and actual functionality. There are several alternatives in the Android Market that come ...

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Absolute Software Releases Theft Recovery Suite for Android Tablets

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It doesn’t need to be stated that Android tablets are becoming increasingly popular. They’re stylish, they’re sexy (most of the time), and they’re more convenient than hauling a several pound laptop around, Win/WIN all around. Of course, with this appeal comes the threat ...

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What does Motorola have up their sleeves for CES?

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With CES just hours away, everyone is curious as to what’s going on behind closed curtains.┬áBased on the video below, Motorola’s got something a bit new under their hat. Following hints like the charger shedding a dramatic tear on the counter, and the main title that reads, ...

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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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