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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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BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 Now Available For Download!

BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 Now Available For Download!

RIM’s path over the last 2-3 years has become increasingly difficult thanks to quantum leaps by their competitors. The PlayBook was, in short, RIM’s answer to the iPad. It’s no iPad. But, it does have potential — the OS at least. PlayBook 2.0 builds upon the foundation of the PlayBook OS and brings with it a host of enhancements that quite frankly, should have been in 1.x (and released ~1 year earlier). But alas. Bickering now won’t do anything…

Download Hiss For Mountain Lion Right Now To Get Growl Notifications In Notification Center!

Download and install the new Mountain Lion developer preview to try out the new features? Join the club. That’s how we (all) roll. That said, even in its beta-ish status, there’s still some things we’d liked fixed sooner rather than later. Case in point: Growl notifications. Growl has, for many years, been the go-to standard for notifications within Mac OS X. But now that iOS’ Notification Center is crossing over, many see Growl as on its last leg….

HSPA+ “Multiflow” To Allow Multi-tower Connections For 2x The Speed, Half The Latency And Increased Network Efficiency

HSPA networks could get an extended stay in relevancy if a new technology debuting at MWC can perform like Nokia Siemens Networks claims. The technology, “Multiflow”, essentially let’s an HSPA+ device talk to two towers simultaneously when on the edge of either towers’ reach. Doing this, according to Nokia Siemens, will allow for up to 2x the data speeds, cuts latency in half and is overall more efficient use of spectrum from either tower in use…

Monday Morning Tablet News: Kindle Fire Getting 10″ Version, B&N To Release Cheaper 8 GB Nook Feb. 22nd.

In the world of entry level Android tables and e-readers, the almighty dollar reigns supreme. Sure, features and design matter to some degree. But at the end of the day when you get into this particular sector, decisions ultimately flow back to price. Because of this, the aforementioned markets are constantly changing. Highlighting this are two new stories revolving around two of the most popular entry level Android tablets/e-readers: the Kindle Fire and Barnes & Noble…

Android 4.0 MOTOBLUR Design Leaked. (Surprisingly Better)

You won’t have to go through too many Android posts to know that we really hate Android skins created and forced upon us by manufacturers and/or carriers. That said, Motorola may have finally gotten the hint as new screenshots of an unreleased Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich build reportedly for the RAZR have leaked. As you can see, ICS looks mostly stock save for a few minor changes here and there (lockscreen, icons, etc.). We have to say, we’re pretty stoked…

Lower Chinese Court Rules Against Apple, Advises Distributors To Halt iPad Sales.

Lower Chinese Court Rules Against Apple, Advises Distributors To Halt iPad Sales.

The ongoing tussle between Apple and various Chinese courts got a bit more complicated on Friday, with a lower Intermediate People’s Court in Huizhou ruling against Apple and issuing a statement that Chinese distributors should cease shipment of Apple iPads immediately. The ruling is the direct opposite of one handed down earlier this year by a Hong Kong court which ruled that Apple is in fact in the right and it is the plaintiff, Shenzhen Proview Technology that is at…

Sunday Night Lulz: Verizon, An Old Person’s Nightmare

So, I was just catching up on some TiVo’d goodness and happened across last week’s episode of SNL. This made me lul as I am somewhat dumbfounded with the amount of acronyms as well as Android devices that are flooding the market. I understand that Android is a hip mobile OS and is a huge market, but with the amount that are being released it is funny to see a few names in a single video. Either way, enjoy this before you start your Monday morning being bored as…

Review: AViiQ Portable Laptop Stand

We reviewed the AViiQ Portable Laptop Stand a little over a year ago. We have also recently reviewed the AViiQ Portable Quick Stand. When reviewing the Laptop stand back in 2010 we hadn’t had a chance to use it with our MacBook Air. When I used the Quick Stand a few months ago, I fell in love with the little guy. For a quick prop to your iPad or laptop, the Quick Stand was the way to go. Shortly after I finished that review, I was contacted to give the Portable Laptop…

Intel’s Ivy Bridge Delay Isn’t 100%. Quad Core Silicon Coming As Planned. (~April)

The rumored Intel Ivy Bridge delay we talked about late last week was only partially correct. According to VR-zone, Intel is only delaying their dual-core Ivy Bridge silicon, not their higher end quad-core specimens. After last week’s news of the delay, many PC gaming enthusiasts as well as well as high-end Mac buyers were put on edge; Intel’s Ivy Bridge delay would have meant a ripple effect throughout the Windows/Mac industry. Currently, specific release dates…

Alleged iPad 3 Display Compared Alongside iPad 2.

Alleged iPad 3 Display Compared Alongside iPad 2.

As we get closer to March the iPad 3 goodies contine to leak out. The latest leak has Mac enthusiast site, MacRumors, comparing a rumored iPad 3 display they acquired alongside an iPad 2 display. They found that the alleged iPad 3 display had 4×4 pixels and the iPad 2 had 2×2. The 4×4 pixels would of course give the iPad 3 considerably better picture quality and more attracting graphics, and follows current rumors claiming the iPad 3 will ship with a much…

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