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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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Thermaltake And BMW-Designed Level 10 M Gaming Mouse Announced. (Watch Out R.A.T.)

Thermaltake And BMW-Designed Level 10 M Gaming Mouse Announced. (Watch Out R.A.T.)

PC gaming mice are kind of like shoes; everyone has one that “fits” just right, and in turn is their favorite. For those longer gaming sessions especially, comfort and customizability are the names of the game. Looking to own the PC gaming mouse business, Thermaltake and BMW have teamed up to bring you the most customizable, high-end gaming mouse possible. Where the Level M mouse is different from its competitors is the two-piece (top/bottom) design, that…

Spec Leak – HTC Golf: The Entry Level Android Phone Of Champions.

Spec Leak – HTC Golf: The Entry Level Android Phone Of Champions.

Looking to dip your toes into this whole smartphone thing without getting overwhelmed by the sea of glass, features and hardware options? HTC’s upcoming Golf (internal codename) might just be what your after. This seemingly unassuming device features a decent outward design along with a “sub-gigahertz processor”, 512 MB of RAM, 4 GB of internal storage + microSD card support for additional storage and a 3.5″ display. Though the best feature in our…

AT&T Announces New LTE Markets For April/May 2012.

AT&T Announces New LTE Markets For April/May 2012.

Don’t care to join VZW’s ranks to enjoy LTE in the U.S. of A. but still want some super fast speeds? The other gigantor national carrier, AT&T, announced today plans to bring sweet, succulent LTE to a handful of additional cities including: Akron, Canton & Cleveland, OH Naples, FL Bloomington, Lafayette & Muncie, IN Baton Rouge and New Orleans, LA St. Louis, MO Bryan-College Station, TX Staten Island, NYC While it’s still a far…

iTether Is Back But With A Catch!

iTether Is Back But With A Catch!

Remember when iTether snuck through Apple and landed in the AppStore back in November? It’s back. Previously, they were giving out free tethering to anyone through USB for a nominal $15 fee at the time. Now, they’ve come back with something new. You have to set up an Ad-Hoc network on your computer then download an app and connect to the network from your iPhone. The cool thing is that it’s completely wireless. Yup, no USB needed or any obstructing…

iPad Lines Already Starting…

iPad Lines Already Starting…

Whether or not you love Apple products, you have to admit there’s something unique in how the company continues to draw enough hype to create lines days before official product launches. The 3rd generation iPad, like many other iDevices, is no different. Apparently two guys (Ali and Zohaib) began queuing up outside the Regent Street Apple store in London today. Mind you, there’s still a solid 5 days until release, though plenty of cold temperatures and possibly…

HTC One X Decision: Dual-Core And LTE Or HSPA+ And Tegra 3?

HTC One X Decision: Dual-Core And LTE Or HSPA+ And Tegra 3?

The HTC One X is one of the most exciting upcoming Android devices. The quad-core Tegra 3 processor packs quite the punch. And when combined with the full gig of RAM and 720p display (not to mention some decent looking hardware) it’s not hard to see why people are excited about this phone. U.S. residents looking to pick up the HTC One X coming to AT&T, however, have a bittersweet victory. While the One X coming to the states will support super fast LTE, doing so…

Toshiba Creates Small Army Of Office Products With One Goal: Erasing Toner And Reusing Paper.

Toshiba Creates Small Army Of Office Products With One Goal: Erasing Toner And Reusing Paper.

As far as office products are normally concerned, you’re dealing with big, hulking printers, lots of paper and a ton of toner. But Toshiba has some fancy new erasable toner that could make your typical office a lot greener. The concept is simple: the paper is fed through a second machine that heats up the paper (and toner) again, which in turn makes the old toner invisible. Adding to the versatility is a built-in scanner that allows you to scan pages as they make…

Review: Urbanears Plattan Headphones

Review: Urbanears Plattan Headphones

Urbanears is a fashion conscious headphone manufacturer that looks to make the experience of listening to and wearing headphones more colorful and fun. The outward variations in color immediately signal this. Though, what about the sound quality? Fit? Value? Hardware & Fit The Plattan are supra-aural (sit on the ears) headphones. What we quickly found (and didn’t like) is that the pressure of the headband isn’t high enough. The end result is that in order…

Rumor: AT&T Lumia 900 Release Slips From March 18th To April 22nd.

Rumor: AT&T Lumia 900 Release Slips From March 18th To April 22nd.

It looks as if the rumored March 18th release date for the AT&T bound Nokia Lumia 900 with 4.3″ display and speedy LTE is going to come and go without a Lumia in sight. BGR is reporting that a trusted source has stated the release date for the Lumia 900 could very well slip because the device still hasn’t received technical acceptance. A delay for the single greatest Windows Phone device to date, and the only high-end Nokia device in the U.S. is indeed…

Here’s Why The Pi Board Was Delayed…

Here’s Why The Pi Board Was Delayed…

That awesome Pi board that (shattered expectations) had a small hiccup in manufacturing that was going to cause small delays. At first it was pretty ambiguous as to what the real reason was. But now we know — the manufacturer installed the wrong network jack on the board. Apparently, the Pi is designed to use magnetic network jacks and instead was fitted with non-magnetic ones. Simple solution: desolder the old jack and re-solder the new one on. According to…

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