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    This Child’s Note Is One Heartbreaking Wake-up Call About Technology That Everyone Needs To Read & Pay Attention To Regardless Of Whether You’re A Parent

    Regardless of whether you are a parent or not, you should read this. Technology greatly improves our lives, but it also can greatly hurt our lives as well. Being too attached to technology such as your smartphone means you’re missing out on the world around you. You’re missing out on the people in your lives. […]

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    Mirabook Turns Your Smartphone Into a Fully Functional Laptop

    Mirabook is Android and Microsoft Smartphone compatible with the ability to transform a smartphone into a fully functional laptop by plugging into it via a Type-C USB. Let your smartphone recharge while plugged in and access all of your centralized apps and information all with the convenience of a keyboard, touchpad, full HD display, storage, […]

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    Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 Phones Are Back On Sale

    Nothing can keep Samsung down. Earlier this month Samsung initiated a recall of their new Note 7 smartphone that covered 10 countries, including their native South Korea and the United States. The Note 7 was recalled after reports surfaced of batteries catching on fire or exploding essentially meaning people were in possession of exploding phones which is less cool […]

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    World’s Largest Smartphone Screen- the Huawei’s Ascend Mate

    The good news, the Ascend Mate has the highest screen-to-body ratio in the industry at 73%. The bad news, its coming to China, probably not here. Operating on Android 4.0 it showcases its 6.1 inch HD display, 1.5 GHz Hi-Silicon quad-core processor and a 4050 mAh battery. Even with a big screen, battery time holds […]

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    Nokia 808 PureView is a Camera First, Phone Second

    The Nokia 808 PureView, officially announced at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, brings new meaning to the term “camera phone.” While the phone-side specs are not particularly exciting, the camera specs are borderline unreal – a 41 MP sensor (that’s not a typo) with continuous auto-focus during 1080p HD video recording.

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    The HTC Titan II Smartphone Camera is Definitely Titanic

    If you thought the original AT&T Titan was a handful you haven’t seen anything yet. AT&T has just debuted the latest generation of the Windows Phone from HTC named the TITAN II. It has their largest ever 16 megapixel camera with a completely dedicated image processor and a back illuminated low light sensor. It is […]

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    Sony’s Xperia Ion is a SuperStar for Entertainment Connectivity

    The Xperia Ion from Sony made a glitzy entrance at CES 2012, offering an incredibly expansive entertainment experience. It will support access to the Sony Entertainment Network. 12 million and more songs are on the global catalog of Music Unlimited. Video Unlimited is a burgeoning bundle Hollywod blockbusters and TV shows from not one, but […]

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    Is it a Tablet or a Smartphone? Hands-On with the Samsung Note

    At IFA 2011 in Berlin, Samsung introduced what might be the most interesting smartphone to hit the market in some time. One thing’s for sure – it’s definitely the biggest. The Samsung Note features a 5.3” screen, fairly massive for something shipping under the name of a smartphone. Samsung is trying to avoid calling it […]

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    The Motorola Bionic Droid: Way more exciting than the Bionic Woman

    The Motorola Droid Bionic has so many impressive specs it’s hard to know what to put in the opening teaser. Do I lure you in with the 4G speeds (10 times faster than 3G) or tempt you with the fact that the dual core processors both run at 1GHz, or the 4.3inch QHD screen? See, you’re reading now aren’t you?

    It has 1GB of Ram to keep your applications running at high speed, and features an 8 megapixel camera with flash and a front facing VGA camera. You get an HDMI out for connecting to your HDTV and viewing footage in 1080p. It also has a Mirror Mode function which allows you to simultaneously stream video to the TV and watch it on the handset.

    It’s suitable as a work phone as well, as it has many office friendly features such as data security and encryption as well as Quickoffice for document viewing and editing. You can arrange conference calls from the phone, and it allows you to remote wipe your data in case of loss.

    The Motorola Droid Bionic will run on the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE Mobile Broadband network. Price and Release date TBC.

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    Hands on with the Samsung Jet Smartphone

    Today in New York, Samsung unveiled the Samsung Jet which they are calling “smarter than a smartphone’. The Jet features a super bright and colorful 3.1” touch screen WVGA AMOLED display that provides a resolution that his 4x higher than a WQVGA screen. In person, the Jet’s display is indeed very vivid and bright. Under […]