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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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Zune Phone: Hardware or Software?

No this isn’t news about an impending release date for a zune phone.  Heck, its not even a “rumor”, but merely a brain storming idea.  Love it or hate it, Windows Mobile has been a very versatile mobile OS that as been installed on many devices from different manufactures.  Just because it has been widely used, does not mean it is necessarily the best, just that they were in the right place at the right time and of course the company can take some…

Whats coming at Macworld ’09?

Macworld ’09 will be a Macworld full of change.  It is now widely known that Steve Jobs is not giving the keynote.  Apple announced that this will be their last Macworld appearance.  And try to just pick a couple of what seems like a million rumors for new product announcements. If you have been living in a cave and are unaware of the rumors floating around, here is a small, quick recap:   Dual display support for Mac minis an iPhone nano The debut of Mac OS X…

The Invasion of Dummies!

Take a stroll past a cellular kiosk in a mall, your local radio shack, and now even some Best Buys.  What do you see in mobiles section?  A bunch of dummy phones.  They are useless empty cases meant to give you an accurate representation of the size (and more or less weight) of the actual phone.  Personally I see this trend as a caner.  I will never buy a phone without trying it out first.  And how can I try it out if every stinking phone is fake.  Picking up a…

Blackberry Bold coming to a Sprint store near you?

Engadget mobile has learned from a fairly reliable source that Sprint could be getting a replacement for the old as dirt 8830, (its not really that old).  Sending the 8830 to the grave yard is what is needed really.  The Bold has been out for awhile now and is RIM’s flagship corporate berry.  Sprint being the corporate minded carrier that it is needs to make sure this rumor becomes a reality if it hopes to stop bleeding customers.  The Sprint Bold will more than…

Windows 7 running circles around Vista…and XP!

Engadget is reporting that early un-official tests on the leaked Windows 7 beta build 7000 are fast.  How fast?  Not news: it is putting Vista to shame.  News: It is running faster than XP too!  Certainly nothing to shake a stick at as XP is a much more matured and tweaked OS.  The fact that they were able to strip Windows 7 down and fix it up enough to run faster than both previous OS’s just shows how little they tried the first time, as well as how hard they…

T-Mobile Shadow II (2009)

T-Mobile Shadow II (2009)

T-Mobile bless their heart really tries to release phones that the general public would consider “cool”.  They had a hit with their Sidekick series, though that is growing a little long in the tooth.  The original T-Mobile Shadow was a Windows Mobile device that didn’t really gain that much attention.  Sure the Windows Mobile crowd was mostly excited, but for the vast amount of customers the phone was supposedly targeting (young first time smartphone…

AT&T hates the country!

Before I had my iPhone I was a happy T-Mobile customer for over 2 years.  When the iPhone 3g came along it interested me enough to make the jump.  For the most part I have been satisfied.  Where I live, AT&T has better coverage than TMO.  I also get 3g here with AT&T, a big plus.  When it came to more rural areas with TMO, it was pretty spotty (on a good day).  I usually would just shut my phone off because it was basically worthless.  AT&T has had better…

Microsoft’s CES keynote leaked….*Crickets chirping*

Are you an avid Microsoft junky who drools at every Redmond announcement?  For those select few, get the drool cup and take pop a few Prozac because this post could be a little much for you.  Tech Crunch has received the CES keynote basic outline and boy is it as exciting as watching paint peel, exciting!  In fact it’s sooo exciting, Bill Gates himself had to sit this one out due to his ailing health and old age.  His energetic and youthful replacement, Steve…

Best Buy: “Here to screw the customer”

Best Buy being the electronic giant that it is without any real competition has taken it upon themselves to screw their customers as much as possible.  Take for instance an article on The Consumerist which highlights Best Buy at their absolute finest.  The article is an account by a reader of the Consumerist, “Erin” who stumbled upon Best Buys dear love for their customers.  Erin was buying an Insignia Blue-Ray player that was at an awesome price of $169….

Fisher price now selling computer viruses. (And the children yell yaaaaay!)

The Consumerist posted an article earlier this evening about a particular problem possibly affecting Fisher Price’s Kid-Tough digital camera.  The person quoted in the article on the Consumerist went on saying that after his kid took a bunch of pictures, he plugged it into his computer only to have been greeted with a pop up from his virus software alerting him that he had just been protected form a virus.  To make matters even worse, phone calls were useless…

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