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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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Neatly Transport Your Earphones With the “Earphone Tidy”, Fake Ear Holder.

Neatly Transport Your Earphones With the “Earphone Tidy”, Fake Ear Holder.

If you’re like most of us here at GS, your headphone holder = your pocket. If you’re really trying to impress, a pocket in your spiffy bag. Either way, tangles require ~10 minutes of your life prior to each and every new music listening session. If you had a pair of these “Earphone Tidys”, however, you could simultaneously reclaim 10 lost minutes as well as look helluva cool in the process. Pricing and release info is up in the air at this point….

Review: GreenSmart Akepa Macbook Pro Sleeve.

Review: GreenSmart Akepa Macbook Pro Sleeve.

Apple hardware is designed so meticulously well that covering it up in the name of perfection is bittersweet. On one hand, you’re almost ensured to have a device as immaculate and nice looking as the day you bought it many months in the future. On the flip side, you’re covering up some of the greatest hardware design known to mankind. There’s a pro/con to everything we guess. GreenSmart is a California based company that prides itself in making gadget…

Nokia Lumia 900 Pre-Orders Go Live – Free For New AT&T Customers

Nokia Lumia 900 Pre-Orders Go Live – Free For New AT&T Customers

Pre-orders have gone live on AT&T’s website as of yesterday for the highly anticipated Knockia (Ballmerism?) Lumia 900 for only $99 with a new 2-year contract. AT&T’s website is showing the devices shipping on April 5th, most likely arriving before the April 8th launch day. And for those of you that are a new customer, you can use this online coupon to grab such a sexy phone absolutely free! We were impressed during our time with the device at CES…

Google Goes 8-bit With First NES Title [Video]

Google Goes 8-bit With First NES Title [Video]

We haven’t exactly hit April Fool’s Day as of yet, but that hasn’t stopped Google from jumpin on the lulz bandwagon. And I’ll have to say that this is, by far, one of the funniest April Fool’s Day gags I’ve ever seen. Combining the usefulness of Google Maps with the stability of the Nintendo Entertainment System, we are given what could be the only way we should map out our routes. In our pursuit of new digital frontiers, we realized that…

Back Up With Dolly Drive On World Back Up Day 2012

Back Up With Dolly Drive On World Back Up Day 2012

This is just a heads up for those not following me on the Twitters. Dolly Drive is offering 4 months off a year’s service as well as a chance to win a Dolly Dock Station! All you have to do is sign up before World Back Up Day – March 31st – for the 33% off a year’s plan, and check out their Tweet contest to win the Dock Station. It’s super easy to do and you’d sure be a moron not to If you need a refresher on Dolly Drive, check out our…

Apple iOS 5 Devices Gain “Classified” Certification For Use In Australian Government.

Apple iOS 5 Devices Gain “Classified” Certification For Use In Australian Government.

Apple has long been seen as a consumer first, enterprise last company. But since the iPhone’s debut in 2007, people and the corporate world have been sucked into the land of iOS. Up until the last 1-2 years, RIM was the defacto standard for your typical corporate workplace, though has changed recently, with iOS and Android taking up bigger roles. But even with their increased corporate presence, the questions regarding how secure the consumer-focused platforms really…

[Update] T-Mobile Now Pushing Ads To Android Notification Pulldown (Via “My Account” App?).

[Update] T-Mobile Now Pushing Ads To Android Notification Pulldown (Via “My Account” App?).

What is this crap? Ads in the Android notification pulldown!? According to TmoNews, the ads are starting to pop up in notification pulldowns after updating the T-Mobile My Account app. It’s worth noting that ads were present within the app previously — a completely normal and acceptable practice. But we’re almost positive it’s against some (or several) rules in the Android handbook to use the notification area for slinging crap apps/services. Just…

Ex co-CEO Jim Balisillie (And More) Resign From RIM After Another Disappointing Quarter.

Ex co-CEO Jim Balisillie (And More) Resign From RIM After Another Disappointing Quarter.

Moments ago RIM announced another disappointing quarter (5th in a row), and even went as far as stating that they no longer plan to offer guidance. Without getting deep into financial jargon that frankly, none of you would care about, just know that RIM’s situation isn’t still on the way down as is their image. What’s most surprising, however, isn’t their poor quarterly performance (net loss of $125 million), but the new round of layoffs. Balsillie…

iOS 5.1 Untethered Jailbreak (A4 And A5) Shown Off On Video?

Regretting hitting that “Download & Update” button for iOS 5.1? Yeah. You’re not alone. Me too. While the regained stability is nice, I desperately miss some of those handy tweaks like TwitkaFly and BiteSMS. Currently, A4 (and previous) devices can jailbreak iOS 5.1 — tethered only. A5 devices (iPad 2 and iPhone 4S) are stuck with no working jailbreak, tethered or untethered. But that will change very soon. iOS hackers @bassamkassem1 and…

Sprint: We’re Done Selling WiMAX Devices. Have You Heard About LTE?

Sprint: We’re Done Selling WiMAX Devices. Have You Heard About LTE?

Well all knew it was coming: The day in which Sprint would formally announce that they had abandoned WiMAX hardware. Welcome. Today is that day. At a conference held earlier today, Bob Azzi, Sprint’s Senior Vice President of Networks stated that the carrier “will not release any more WiMAX enabled devices moving forward”. Sprint’s 1900 MHz spectrum is now being prepped for the carrier’s ongoing switch to LTE, and the carrier is also in the…

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