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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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Rumor: Valve Working On Gaming Console

Everyone’s favorite PC/Mac gaming powerhouse – Valve – is rumored to be juggling the thoughts of creating hardware. With pretty much dominated gaming on your desktop and laptop, it makes perfect sense for the company to dominate the set top business. With Apple moving the way towards being able to play their iOS games on your TV with an AppleTV and Airplay, gaming on your television is still a strong force in entertainment for all households. Valve…

Apple Takes Credit For Over 500k U.S. Jobs

Apple has posted a page on their site boasting to directly – or indirectly – creating/supporting 514,000 jobs in these here United States. With the unemployment rate decreasing in January to 8.3%, we are hopefully finally seeing a cure for the economy in our Country. But there has been one company that is playing a big part in the creation of thousands of jobs, in so many different ways. Breaking down the numbers you’ll see that because of Apple, we have so…

Rumor: Sony PlayStation 4 To Be Powered By x86 CPU By AMD (AMD GPU Too)!

With each new year comes a resurgence in talk and rumors revolving around next-gen gaming hardware from both Microsoft and Sony. While gamers on both sides of the fence are chomping at the bit for some new hardware, the Xbox 360 and PS3 have managed to push the limits year after year, honestly impressing us despite their 5+-year age. With that said, as we begin to inch towards the spring months rumors are once again kicking into high gear. And wouldn’t you know it, the…

HTC Sensation Series Will Have To Make Due With Sense UI “Lite”

Android 4.0 updates and new releases are finally beginning to pick up steam several months after the OS was officially released. One manufacturer in particular many Android enthusiasts have been waiting for in regards to Android 4.0/Sense 4.0 upgrades is HTC. With HTC a long-time (and really, original) Android skinner, the move to Sense UI 4.0 is as big as it is important; the new update will bring Sense UI “back to the basics”, simplifying the skin as well as…

Microsoft To Offer 9 Versions Of Windows 8?

Microsoft has been pretty ridiculous with versions of Windows with the last few major releases. And while word on the interwebz said Windows 8 would shrink down to just 3, new evidence found in the registry of the latest Windows 8 Consumer Preview release says otherwise. Instead of three versions of Windows 8 it appears there will be nine. Yes. Nine. What the hell Microsoft. Windows 8 Enterprise Edition Windows 8 Enterprise Eval edition Windows 8 Home Basic…

Currently, There Isn’t A Mobile “Market”. There Is Apple And Samsung.

Currently, There Isn’t A Mobile “Market”. There Is Apple And Samsung.

Mobile World Congress has come and gone. And while there were a ton of awesome phones (and tablets) shown off, the phone that arguably had the most hype and excitement surrounding it wasn’t there — the Samsung Galaxy S III. HTC’s One series of phones are a sign that the manufacturer is returning to their past focus on design as both the hardware of the One series and Sense 4.0 are some of the best things to come from HTC in several years. LG too had some…

Rumor: Samsung Galaxy S III Launching In April.

The Galaxy S III’s specs have been talked about for many months now, with an alleged leak earlier this week paining a very impressive picture for the upcoming flagship Android device. If the 1080p display and 1.5 GHz quad-core prove true, the Galaxy S III will handedly trounce anything announced so far, and from what we’ve been seeing, most of everything announced for the rest of the year. But the big question on everybody’s minds is…

Will T-Mobile’s Late Entrance To LTE Party Help Them? In Short: No.

Will T-Mobile’s Late Entrance To LTE Party Help Them? In Short: No.

T-Mobile has long been a distant fourth place competitor in the U.S. cellar market. While their pricing and various contracts have often trounced the competition (rather easily I’d add), the spotty coverage and generally less speedy (until recently) network has caused more and more people to look at AT&T, Sprint and Verizon for their data-loving tasks. Complicating T-Mobile’s stigma of an “underdog” was illustrated by their resistance to pursue…

iPad 3 To Be Called iPad HD?

The graph you see before you is an analytics chart from iDevice.ro and shows web access, particularly from a mobile forum app called Tapatalk. What is interesting is that “iPad HD” pops up intermittently, suggesting the next-gen tablet will take on a naming scheme based off of it’s high resolution Retina display. Now, while analytics can always be faked, the raw data from Tapatalk is pretty solid. Plugging that data into a graph and getting the pretty…

Irrational Games Announces “Bioshock: Infinite” Coming October 16th, 2012.

Hey there, Bioshack fans. Get ready. The next installment of the hit franchise, “Bioshock: Infinite” is hitting the market October 16th, 2012 for Xbox, PS3 and PC. And it’s going to be a lot better. The latest game is the result of four years of hard work that ultimately has been a “vision for a follow up that dwarfed the original in scope and ambition”, Irrational President and Creative Director Ken Levine told Ars Technica. If you…

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