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Motorola X Phone Specs Leaked – Surprisingly Mid-end

The mysterious Motorola X Phone has had its fair share of rumors, particularly around specs and the possibility of customization. People are going wild over the X Phone, and we don’t know anything about it. Today, we have another spec leak for the device. But this time it comes from …

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Qualcomm rebrands Snapdragon S4 Prime MPQ8064 as 8064M

 It seems Qualcomm is getting in some last minute spring cleaning, tidying up some of the names of their Snapdragon SoC’s. Their processor formerly known as the Snapdragon S4 Prime quad-core processor, the MPQ8064 will now officially be known as the 8064M, lumped in with Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 600 series chipsets. The …

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Warning: unlocking a cell phone in the U.S. is now illegal

An order issued over the weekend by the U.S. Copyright Office of the Library of Congress will make unlocking a cell phone in the United States illegal under certain conditions. An amendment to the DMCA (Digital Millennium Copyright Act) will also apply to all cell phones purchased after Jan. 26, …

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Google+ adds a bunch of new features, iOS app updates and Android updates

Google has added 24 new features to its Google+ service and updated its beautiful Android and iOS apps in yet another show of commitment to the social network. Despite issues with getting people to spend a lot of time on Google+, Google claims 500 million users have upgraded to Google+ accounts, while 235 million are actively using Google+ …

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Apple Maps considered as life threatening by Australian police

The bugs in Apple Maps have been well documented, but this is the first time the poor quality of the mapping service has been classed as life-threatening.The town of Mildura in Australia only has a population of around 30,000 people, and according to Apple Maps the town can be found in the middle …

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Samsung Galaxy S3 vs HTC One X+ | HTC Lets Us Down Again

The HTC One X wasn’t a big enough rival to the Samsung Galaxy S3, so HTC has brought out the One X+. How will this newer version do against the Samsung flagship? Has it got the goods? Samsung Galaxy S3 vs HTC One X+ The HTC One X+ sales numbers aren’t in …

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Technologies used in Mission Impossible 4 ghost protocol

Do you think that the gadgets used in mission impossible is actually existing or is it still a concept? Lets look at the Technologies used in Mission Impossible 4 ghost protocol  and lets see if they are existing or still a concept 1. THE  CONTACT LENSES In the starting scene of the …

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HTC Butterfly launched

Today in Beijing, HTC launched the Butterfly, international version of its 5-inch 1080p monster Droid DNA and Butterfly J.   The HTC Butterfly shares the same specs as its Verizon sibling:  a 5-inch Super LCD 3 display with resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels (440ppi), quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro …

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PhoneJoy Play expandable controller | The future of mobile gaming

The bane of mobile gaming isn’t its casual approach or the lack of blockbuster graphics, but rather the constraints that touchscreen controls put on the actual gameplay. When games work well on a touchscreen, it’s generally because the design was done with those controls in mind. With the Play controller …

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Android | I’m Watch acts as standalone device – One device to rule em all.

Pictured above is the “I’m Watch”, the latest entry into the Android powered watch market. Developed by an Italian company also named “I’m”, this new timepiece is different than the others that have been announced recently as it is not dependent on another Android mobile device to run. It will …

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