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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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An Unexpected Marketing Campaign via Social Media

Blue Nile is using social media to its advantage by creating a fun and interactive way to promote their engagement rings. “Are You Manly Enough?” No, I’m not questioning you, that is the name of their new marketing campaign. The campaign is encouraging men to submit a story or a video showing their masculinity and why they deserve to win. The winner receives a free Blue Nile engagement ring and a trip to Manhattan with their significant other to propose at the…

Verizon’s LTE Steamroller Continues Across The U.S. — 14 New Markets Announced For November 17th.

Verizon’s LTE Steamroller Continues Across The U.S. — 14 New Markets Announced For November 17th.

Verizon’s massive LTE push continues without a vengeance, with the carrier announcing 14 new markets (on top of their already stout 179) that are set to go live November 17th. Little Rock, Ark., Savannah, Ga., Cedar Rapids and Des Moines, Iowa, Lexington, Ky., Starkville, Miss., Kansas City and Springfield/Branson, Mo., Lincoln, Neb., Orange County, N.Y., Greater Providence, R.I., Rapid City, S.D., Roanoke, Va., and Appleton/Oshkosh, Wis. Expanded LTE service will…

Google Reportedly Signs Last-Minute Deals For Impending Google Music Store Launch.

Apple’s iTunes has long been the go-to standard for digital music distribution. In recent years, however, Amazon has been chasing Apple’s tail hot and heavy. And now, Google is set to enter the fray beginning with the (rumored) launch of the new Google Music Store later today. The Google Music Store will work similar to iTunes in that users can purchase and download music for $1. One nice addition that iTunes won’t feature: the ability to share 1-2 free…

BMW And MINI Owners To Get Exclusive, Integrated MOG Streaming On iPhone.

Owners of BMW and MINI branded cars will soon have a much more enjoyable ride compliments of streaming audio from MOG. The German car company announced that iPhone owners who drive either a BMW or MINI vehicle will be able to get exclusive access to MOG’s 13-million strong library of high quality 320 Kbps songs. The integration is tied into both the “BMW Apps” option and “MINI Connected infotainment systems” specifically. Higher quality cars,…

Kindle Fire Rooted, Source Code Released.

Kindle Fire Rooted, Source Code Released.

Good morning, aspiring Kindle Fire developers. The most important news you should know this morning: The Kindle Fire has been rooted, already, and its source code released! The source code will allow for the future creation of custom ROMs and other goodies. Codemonkey/Gods aside, us mere mortals will find more use out of the fact that the Fire is how rootabl compliments of SuperOneClick v2.2 Questions/concerns? Hit up thisAndroid Central forum post on the ins and outs of…

Updated Walmart Mobile Apps To Usher In New Era/Way Of Shopping.

Imagine the typical shopping experience of roaming the store and then congregating at the front to check out as a thing of the past, instead being replaced by the very devices we’ve come to be dependent on each and every day — phones. We’re still working on getting all the details, but we’ve been tipped by a higher ranking ex-employee about an awesome change coming to Walmart shopping centers that is simply too cool to keep to ourselves that builds…

RIM Dumped $1.4 Billion Into R&D In 2010 (And A Similar Amount In 2009). What’s To Show For It?

According to Research Info$ource, RIM tried harder than ever in 2010 to pump out truly unique, innovative products as is evident by a reported massive $1.4 billion R&D price tag. The year before in 2009 was also a big year, with RIM spending slightly less ($1.1 Billion) on R&D as well. Considering one of RIM’s biggest competitors, Apple, spent “only” $1.3 Billion on R&D in 2009, one has to ask exactly what the hell RIM is doing behind closed…

Foursquare Launching Revamped Web Site Beginning Today.

Visited Foursquare.com lately? Yeah, us either. But beginning today you might want to reconsider. Foursquare is rolling out some big changes. Our favorite new feature (among many) is a giant map that can be pulled down to show a more visual picture of your immediate surroundings and is expanded upon with a nifty box in the top right which shows time based suggestions of places to visit. As Foursquare explains it: “Load it up at 11:30 and we’ll start suggesting…

Razer Looses Two Prototype Laptops In Daring R&D Break-in.

Razer had a bit of bad luck a couple weekends back. Turns out the company lost two Blade laptop prototypes in a daring break-in by apparently knowledgable thieves who specifically targeted the high profile, pre-production units. Razer is asking the thieves, whoever they are, to return the hardware in an effort to stem any potential public sale and revealing of next-gen hardware. More important to Razer, however, is the data on the aforementioned laptops. At the time of…

CyanogenMod 9 Announced. Will Be Built Off Of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich Core.

Waiting for CyanogenMod 8 to get up and running? Sorry. It’s probably not happening. But fret not for something much better is in store — CyanogenMod 9. You see, CyanogenMod 8 was to be built off of Android 3.x Honeycomb. Until very recently the ASOP code that CyanogenMod developers rely on wasn’t available. Even though it is now, Ice Cream Sandwich has Honeycomb’s internals plus all the additional upgrades with Android 4.0. It doesn’t make any…

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