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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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Details Of Alienware’s Upcoming M18X R2 Leaked!

The name Alienware invokes a lot of feelings. For some, it is a feeling of disgust as they feel that Alienware is nothing more than a company that grossly overprices their hardware. On the other end of the spectrum there are those that worship the gaming PC builder for their well designed hardware and impressive performance numbers. Regardless of where you lie, we think you’ll find the upcoming M18X R2 a laptop worthy of calling your own. For starters, this desktop…

Intel CEO: “First Intel Powered Phone Launching Later This Week.”

It’s been a long, long time since we first laid eyes upon the Lenovo made, Intel powered smartphone back at CES. And while we were impressed with what we saw, we were ultimately depressed, knowing that this hot piece of Intel action won’t be hitting U.S. shores — at least initially. But alas, today Intel’s CEO Paul Otellini told investors that at least the people of China will be able to scoop up the word’s first Intel powered phone beginning…

Verizon Announces Massive LTE Rollout. LTE Now Covers 2/3 Of National Network.

This Thursday, April 19th, Verizon Wireless will flip the switch on another boatload of network upgrades in the form of new LTE markets and current LTE market expansions. Just a few weeks after a previous massive upgrade saw 20+ LTE additions, Verizon is ready to reach a new, important milestone – 2/3 of their network (230 markets) will be covered by LTE. Quite simply, it’s a massive upgrade/rollout going down this Thursday that by itself dwarfs any LTE rollouts…

Stop Rubbing That Car Freshener On Your Pits – “Macbook Pro Perfume” Smells Like Virgin Macbook Pro Out Of The Box!

Call us crazy/weird/nuts. We love the smell of electronics, especially that first whiff right after a box/bag is cracked open and the various chemicals (good and bad) start hitting your nostrils. If only there were some way to make ourselves smell like this all the time. Actually, it is possible. Air Aroma along with Melbourne, Australia artists Gavin Bell, Jarrah de Kuijer, and Simon McGlinn teamed up to create a special fragrance that smells just like a new Macbook Pro…

My Horrible Journey To Buy An iPad From Verizon

My Horrible Journey To Buy An iPad From Verizon

So over a week ago I decided I wanted to sell my MacBook Air and purchase an iPad. I went through the chore of selling the Air and last Thursday I had the money in hand and started my trek of finding the right iPad for me. Obviously I was going to choose the newer iPad because that retina display is needed for me to live a happy life. Then it was the choice of WiFi or LTE capable, which I opted to go with LTE just so I could have the option when I needed a signal and I…

Sprint Galaxy Nexus With LTE Launching April 22nd. Pre-Orders Start Today!

Galaxy Nexus lovers wanting to traverse the wireless world via LTE will soon have a second option in the states. Today, Sprint formerly announced availability for their LTE-equipped Galaxy Nexus, the flagship “Pure Google” phone of 2011/2012 — April 22nd. While said date is still a good week away, you can get in on the party now by pre-ordering at sprint.com/nexus. One nice feature you’ll gain with Sprint’s Galaxy Nexus variant over…

Galaxy S III Event Going Down May 3rd, 2pm EST.

The most anticipated Android phone of the year (possibly ever), the Galaxy S III, is finally — Finally! — getting unveiled on May 3rd at 2pm (EST) according to press invites now hitting inboxes around the world. Details of Samsung’s upcoming flagship phone weren’t revealed on the invite, however, numerous rumors have done a fair job of keeping giving us some outline of what to expect. Display: Minimum of 4.5″ with resolution likely to be…

Meizu Unveils “Meizu MX Quad-Core” Powered By Samsung Exynos Processor.

Meizu may not be a mainstream fighter here in the U.S., but compared to spec-to-spec with the big dogs like HTC, Samsung, Motorola and others they’re just as good. In fact, we’d argue their hardware (and software) design is often better (and then some) than the aforementioned competitors. Meizu’s Dual-Core flagship device never caught on here in the U.S. The high, off-contract pricing is no doubt the primary reason. Though, a lack of any advertising…

Verizon Launches/Upgrades LTE In California, Nevada And Indiana Markets.

Verizon Launches/Upgrades LTE In California, Nevada And Indiana Markets.

It looks like Verizon is rolling out LTE faster with each new market launch, as just after a massive 40+ market addition/upgrade a couple of weeks ago the carrier announced a slew of LTE network upgrades out west, particularly California, Nevada (and maybe even Indiana). For Nevada, residents of Reno should now begin seeing “LTE” on their phones (provided they’re LTE phones of course) as well as, according to Droid-Life, residents of Kokomo, Indiana and…

Valve Job Offering Hints At Hardware Future

Despite numerous statements denying the company is working on an in-house console, a new job posting for Valve’s R&D department that is looking for an “electronics engineer with experience in prototyping and ARM / x86 hardware design” seems to suggest otherwise. While a simple engineer for hardware design doesn’t immediately or explicitly confirm Valve is creating their own console, it does raise eyebrows. You don’t hire a hardware…

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