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Review: Lima Installer (Beta) #GadgetsteriaRocks

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UPDATE:  Are you interested in being a part of the Lima beta test?  If so, then RT or tweet this article on Twitter using the #GadgetsteriaRocks tag to enter!...

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The Incredible 4G LTE Is The Sleeper Hit Of The Summer.

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In the modern smartphone world (U.S. more-so), bigger is better. It seems each flagship device tries to one-up the device before it with an ever-so-slightly larger...

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Samsung’s newly announced Galaxy S III is perhaps one of the most hyped phones leading up to its announcement event yesterday. Ever. For months people have...

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Microsoft To Announce Subsidized Xbox 360 + Kinnect Bundle – $99 Plus $15 Per Month For Two Years.

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For most global phone users, subsidized hardware is pretty uncommon. Of course the positive to paying $300, $400 or $500+ for a phone is that you also get it unlocked...

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Rumor: Apple To Discontinue 17″ MacBook Pro; Release All New Hybrid MacBook Models

We’ve heard it time and time again over the past year and today will take that Air like MacBook Pro rumor to a new level, by deleting the 17″ model from the line of oh-so-sexy Cupertino laptops. Since sometime early last year, I can remember the rumors start to break through the flood gates regarding Apple to change up the design on their MacBook Pro line to match the body of Apple’s popular MacBook Air models. Something I can’t recall hearing is…

DROID RAZR HD Gets The Blurrycam Treatment. All The Same Specs As Before But With More Pixels!

Take a look above folks and wonder in amazement at the latest DROID RAZR variant, the DROID RAZR HD. As the name suggests, the display will pack an upgraded pixel count over the 540 x 960 qHD RAZR, likely clocking in at the now (high-end) standard of 720p. Besides the improved resolution, specs are pretty much run of the mill – dual-core 1.2 GHz processor with 1 GB of RAM. Also, GSM Arena speculates the slightly thicker casing could indicate the MAXX’s 3,300 mAh…

Alleged Galaxy S III Benchmarks Leak. It’s A Fast One.

Curious as to how potent the Samsung Galaxy S III’s innards will be? Thankfully a careless tester left a benchmark test up online long enough for a Phonearena reader to snatch it up and share it with the world. Based on the specs (and assuming it’s final or near-final hardware), it looks like the 4S will have to bow down to Samsung once again as several benchmarks are marked in Samsung’s favor (mainly GPU related). Similarly, the dual-core Qualcomm S4 and…

Adobe Officially Announces CS6, Begins Taking Pre-orders.

While there various great options for the photo/video/web professionals of the world to create and design their ideas, it’s no secret that Adobe’s platform of applications is perhaps the most popular and widely known. That said, for many weeks now Adobe has been posting tons of new teaser and informational videos regarding their upcoming CS6 application suite, highlighting the slew of new features and performance enhancements. And finally, beginning today, you…

Qualcomm Allegedly Underestimated Demand For S4 Mobile Processors. Supply Said To Be Short Through Rest Of 2012.

According to BBC, the next several months could see shortages of Qualcomm’s new S4 mobile processors due to the company underestimating demand and simply not being able to keep up with requested orders. The S4 processor is not only a very good performing dual-core chipset, it’s vital to U.S. customers looking for the best processing power for their mobile device whom also want LTE functionality. The other big rival, Nvidia, currently doesn’t support LTE on…

HTC One X Drop Test. You Know How This Ends.

Ah, yes. The drop test. The most unnecessary yet constantly sought after component of any new smartphone. HTCpedia took HTC’s latest One X smartphone and decided to see just how resilient it was to the negative effects of gravity and concrete. It’s worth noting the One X does survive both a hip height and shoulder height drop with just a few scratches to the case. In the end, though, the face-down drop does in the One X like all other competitors before it….

New Mountain Lion Feature: Receive iMessages Even With Messages.app Closed.

New Mountain Lion Feature: Receive iMessages Even With Messages.app Closed.

As we all know, Apple released the latest Developer Preview of Mountain Lion on Wednesday. The question still remains what new features have been added, what bugs have been exterminated, and what new bugs have crept in. Well, we were lucky enough to pick up on at least one of the hidden features that have been added. The one complaint I’ve seen passed around Twitter that’s probably one of the biggest gripes people have had, that even while Messages.app was open…

Nvidia Claims Their Mobile Platform Will Surpass Console Performance By 2014. (There’s A Catch)

Nvidia Claims Their Mobile Platform Will Surpass Console Performance By 2014. (There’s A Catch)

We usually hear from the tech community that the mobile market moves blindingly fast. And in fact, if you look back at what a high-end smartphone could do in 2006 as well as the types of apps it had and then look at what we’ve got now just 6 years later, the differences and noticeable advancements are insane. But even the best mobile hardware still can’t compete with more “traditional” gaming hardware like consoles and PCs. By 2014, however, Nvidia…

HTC, Your Conclusion That Customers Prefer Thinner Phones Vs. Better Battery Life Is An Outright Failure.

HTC, Your Conclusion That Customers Prefer Thinner Phones Vs. Better Battery Life Is An Outright Failure.

Sick and tired of phone manufacturers fighting over the ridiculous title to be the “world’s thinnest smartphone” while at the same time also possessing battery life that would make a simple capacitor blush? So are we. So damn sick of it. Every single feature you use on that fancy smartphone of yours sucks battery life. And each one of those features is completely useless once the battery dies. If this sounds like the daily rant going on inside of your…

Tweebie For iPhone Teased. A Better Twitter Client For iOS Is On The Way.

Yes, yes yes. Another Twitter client for iOS. But before you scroll/click on past, you’ve got to at least look at what developer Doney den Ouden is doing because it’s awesome It’s called “Tweebie”, and it is gunning for all other Twitter clients on iOS. The initial teaser shot shown above shows a UI very similar to Twitter for iOS, however, it already surpasses Twitters’ own efforts as it does away with the wasteful and stupid margins the…

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