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Review: Lima Installer (Beta) #GadgetsteriaRocks

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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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Bug Discovered In Apticket System Allows Restore/Downgrade To 5.0.1.

Found a loophole in Apple’s apticket system. Restored my iPad 2 to 5.0.1 from 5.1. Works on all A5 devices. — iH8sn0w (@iH8sn0w) March 25, 2012 Upgrade your A5 iOS device 5.1 only to wish you could go back to 5.0.1 and a full, untethered jailbreak? You’re (possibly) in luck. iOS hacker iH8sn0w has found a bug with Apple’s apticket system that, according to him, allows him to restore his iPad 2 to iOS 5.0.1 after already upgrading to iOS 5.1. This…

Gadgetsteria Is Expanding Its Belt A Few Notches! Blame Chris, Caleb And Zac – Intros.

Gadgetsteria started out as a small hobby by one dude (myself) several years ago and has since grown and expanded several times, adding contributors here and there. Over the last week and a half we’ve once again loosened our belt a few notches and made room for three new writers/contributors – Chris, Zac and Caleb. These three tech-obsessed nuts, like me, live and breathe gadgets/technology. If you yearn for more, stop on by their respective pages here, here and…

New iPhone To Launch In October With LTE and 3.5″ Display

Now that we have the iPad rumors and even behind us, it’s time for the tech world to focus on Apple’s next mobile phone. The rumors really never died down since the iPhone 4S was launched, but we kind of shifted focus on what Apple would give us in tablet form. Lately we’ve been hearing some stupid talk about bigger screens, topping out at 4.6″. I find this disgusting and know Apple would follow suit with Android devices and have a huge floppy screen….

LG Lucid Specs Leak -> Pass

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				<p class=Eager to unload your wallet and its weighty greenbacks on a device worthy enough to call your palm home? Then pass on by the upcoming LG Lucid. While the mid-range price tag (likely ~$150ish) is a great entry point for 1.2 GHz dual-core power and LTE, we’re just not seeing anything special about this device. The 4″ WVGA (800 x 480) IPS NOVA display will probably look nice and the 1,700 mAh battery might even be somewhat able to stand up to the LTE radio’s…

First Of Its Kind Samsung Store Opens In Peru

While someone is busy opening shady “Android Stores” in corners of the planet (that also sell Apple gear), Samsung is trying their own hand at the brick and mortar retail scene. The image above comes from the company’s first official retail store which just opened in a shopping center in Peru. Apple has shown how powerful a physical presence can still be in the modern age of online shopping, especially when you include things like in-store support and…

Surprise: Best Buy, Apple Sell Almost The Same Amount Of iPhones

Surprise: Best Buy, Apple Sell Almost The Same Amount Of iPhones

The way cellphone subsidization works in the U.S. means an overwhelming majority of consumers buy their phones directly from carriers. With Apple’s iPhone debut in 2007, the trend of buying a subsidized phone from carriers was bucked in favor of an outright sale directly to consumers. Starting with the 2nd-gen iPhone 3G, however, Apple turned to the normal, tried and true method of allowing carriers to subsidize their phones, which in turn helps drive down the cost to…

Even Quad-SLI Nvidia GTX 680s Can’t Conquer Metro 2033

Even Quad-SLI Nvidia GTX 680s Can’t Conquer Metro 2033

Nvidia’s GTX 680 is a beast of a card by itself, handedly conquering pretty much any game thrown at it with max settings and playable frame rates. But what happens when you up the resolution to a 3-monitor split of 5760 x 1080 and toss in three more 680s? Insanity. Dutch site Hardware.info did just that, throwing $2,000 worth of video cards onto a single motherboard’s back, and flogging the hell out of all of it. Some things like the 89 fps recorded in Alien vs….

Update: Rovio Mobile: “No Plans” To Bring Angry Birds Space To Windows Phone

Update: Rovio Mobile: “No Plans” To Bring Angry Birds Space To Windows Phone

While the outlook for Windows Phone is finally beginning to look on the up and up thanks to hype surrounding Nokia’s new range of Lumia devices, there is is still a disconnect between the WP platform and developers. Talking to Bloomberg, Angry Birds outfit, Rovio Mobile, said that even though they are “No. 1 in the Marketplace”, there are “currently no plans” to bring Angry Birds Space to the Windows Phone platform. The reasoning given by Chief…

Nokia Reportedly Paying AT&T $25 Million To Make Lumia 900 Exclusive Employee Use Phone

Nokia Reportedly Paying AT&T $25 Million To Make Lumia 900 Exclusive Employee Use Phone

Working as a “front line employee” (i.e.: a cellphone salesman/woman on the retail floor) has the occasional bad days one would expect in such a retail environment. But if you can put up with a few sour grapes called customers, the rewards can be awesome! Besides already steep discounts on service and/or phones, cellular retail employees all have access to special promotional deals paid for by manufacturers. These programs obviously vary widely from carrier to…

AT&T Outs 10 More Devices Scheduled To Receive ICS “In The Coming Months”.

AT&T Outs 10 More Devices Scheduled To Receive ICS “In The Coming Months”.

Android upgrades are like an additional Christmas, but at whatever point in the year they fall. Most times the updates are relatively minor. Still, that doesn’t keep the Android faithful from flogging to forums, sharing DL links before they’re officially posted and rooting and improving official releases (sometimes also before they’re officially released). But when there’s a major update, say something on the scale of Gingerbread -> Ice Cream…

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