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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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We Hate Tangled Wires. Can The CordCruncher Help?

We Hate Tangled Wires. Can The CordCruncher Help?

Whether you’re a frequent flyer or marathon runner, chances are you’ve wasted a good amount of your day untangling headphone/earphone wires after putting them in your pocket, bag or purse. There are a number of small gadgets and accessories built with the sole purpose of making storing headphones a much simpler affair. But all too often the accessories in question are mildly helpful at best. Can the CordCruncher headphones do any better? They certainly look…

Verizon Wireless LTE Onslaught Continues. Tons of New Markets, Enhancements And Expansions.

Verizon Wireless LTE Onslaught Continues. Tons of New Markets, Enhancements And Expansions.

It appears that VZW has been slyly slugging away on their LTE network. A lot of the time we’ll be sent a boastful (for good reason) PR sheet telling of the latest LTE additions/enhancements/expansions that VZW is rolling out across their network. This time, however, Droid-Life has stumbled upon the latest rollout information before VZW could send it to us. In short: Verizon has a ton of new developments on the LTE front with…new additions, enhancements to…

LG Caught Lying To Customers About LG Optimus 2X’s Xenon Flash (Or Lack Thereof). Apology Issued.

LG Caught Lying To Customers About LG Optimus 2X’s Xenon Flash (Or Lack Thereof). Apology Issued.

South Korean’s received a rude awakening today after LG Korea admitted that they had incorrectly stated (and marketed) that the LG Optimus 2X shipped with a Xenon flash to aid the 8-megapixel rear-facing camera with low-light shots. A Xenon flash is a much higher quality light source compared to the usual one or two-LED flashes used by pretty much all other smartphones. Whereas normal LEDs are fairly dim, though able to be lit continuously and thereby also giving…

Weird Bug In Android 4.0.4 Update Causing GSM Galaxy Nexus’ To Lose Cell Signal When In Stand-by?

It seems Google has a bit of a problem with the latest Android 4.0.4 ICS update for the Galaxy Nexus – specifically the GSM version. Phonearena is reporting that GSM users are experiencing a weird cellular signal drop issue where when letting the phone go into stand-by causes the phone to lose it’s cellular signal with the network, and only regains it upon unlocking the device and using it. Other reports say running an app in the background that keeps the…

U.S. Cellular Announces First LTE Smartphone, The Samsung Galaxy S Aviator.

Chomping at the bit to get up and running on U.S. Cellular’s LTE waves with a fancy new smartphone? You’re in luck. Today, U.S. Cellular formerly announced the Samsung Galaxy S Aviator smartphone packed with a 4.3″ WVGA (480 x 800) Super AMOLED Plus display, Android 2.3.6 (Gingerbread), 8 megapixel rear-facing camera + VGA front-facing camera and HDMI port. Considering this is essentially a rebranded Verizon DROID Charge, processor is likely of the…

Instagram 1.02 Update Hits Google Play Store. Did It Fix Your Problem?

Instagram’s debut on Android has certainly been an eventful one. First there were scores of disgruntled (and ridiculously stupid) iPhone owners complaining about the app welcoming Android users, even levying some truly outlandish claims such as Android users “cheapening” the app and platform. Also almost immediately following its launch, Android users from around the globe began noticing issues installing and/or using the app on certain hardware….

Angry Birds Now Comes In RC Helicopter Form.

How much is too much for a small RC helicopter? $49.95? To some, the answer is a resolute “Yes!”. But what if we showed you this Angry Birds RC Helicopter. Function-wise it’s basic – you fly it around. End of story. There aren’t any projectiles to shoot, flashing lights or custom sounds. Still, we have a feeling many a parent are going to have to snatch this up for their kid(s). Flight time is said to be in the 8-10 minute range after an…

Sprint Announces HTC EVO 4G LTE

Sprint just announced the name of their new flagship Android device, the HTC EVO 4G LTE. Everything one would expect from a high-end Android device is here: 1.5 GHz Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor, 1 GB of RAM, 4.7″ HD (720p) Super LCD 2 display, 2,000 mAh battery, NFC along with Google Wallet support, 8-megapixel rear-facing camera with f/2.0 lens and 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera as well as LTE. There’s also a microSD card slot for expanding the…

Acquire 23 GB Of Free Dropbox Storage With Hacked Android App? Dropbox Is Taking It Back.

So you thought that downloading a hacked version of HTC’s Dropbox app and in the process netting 23 GB of free storage was a great idea, right? Well, we can’t say we didn’t see this coming — Dropbox has revealed that anyone who is discovered to have used illegitimate versions of the Dropdbox app from HTC devices will see the extra 23 GB of storage removed from their accounts in the coming days and weeks. According to a response by a Dropbox forum mod…

Google Shows Off “Project Glass” AR Glasses. Announces Public Testing Now In Progress.

If you haven’t heard of Google’s “Project Glass”, you’re missing out. It is the do-everything company’s new augmented reality project built around smart glasses. The futuristic looking frames house a camera for still and live video shots as well as wireless capabilities for cellular data, location aware services and sharing the aforementioned feeds with online services and accounts. It’s all pretty neat. In the video below, one…

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