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Google Nexus 4 E960

Google Nexus 4 E960

Nexus 4 is the new smartphone from Google and manufactured by LG. Features with a 1.5 GHz quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, 2 GB of RAM, 8 or 16 GB of internal storage, front facing 1.3 megapixel camera and an 8 megapixel rear camera. The early leaked phone also included a micro-SIM card tray. With […]

By On November 8, 2012 Respond
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Lawsuit Alleges Ohio Voting Machines Have Backdoor

Lawsuit Alleges Ohio Voting Machines Have Backdoor

In the U.S. presidential elections, we saw that electronic voting systems have come about to play a significant role. However, concerns have also been raised as to the security of these systems. For instance, the Green Party candidate from Ohio has launched a lawsuit alleging that the voting machines used in Ohio had a ‘backdoor.’

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Samsung And Yahoo Ink New Deal For Interactive TV Content

Samsung And Yahoo Ink New Deal For Interactive TV Content

Samsung is uniquely positioned in the TV hardware industry as one of the main players. Yahoo, on the other hand, owns some of the breaking-edge technologies that can be used to deliver interactive content on TV. The two companies have now joined hands to bring this interactivity to Samsung’s Smart TVs.

By On November 7, 2012 Respond
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Obsolete iPhone Dock Gets Upgraded Through 3D Printing

Obsolete iPhone Dock Gets Upgraded Through 3D Printing

Elevation Dock, a unique-looking dock for the iPhone which was released just ahead of iPhone 5, became incompatible with the new Lightning connector shortly after release. However, the world of 3D printing was quick to come to its rescue.

By On November 7, 2012 Respond
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Google Takes The Mobile War To Apple’s iOS

Google Takes The Mobile War To Apple’s iOS

With its boatload of apps for iOS devices, Google has clearly made encroachments into Apple’s ecosystem. The question is, how will this battle between the two play out?

By On November 7, 2012 1 Response
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Microsoft Building 7-Inch Xbox Surface Tablet To Compete iPad Mini

Microsoft Building 7-Inch Xbox Surface Tablet To Compete iPad Mini

The mini tablet market has suddenly sprang to life as mainstream tablet vendors are starting to get into it. After Amazon, Google and Apple, Microsoft is reportedly readying a 7-inch Xbox Surface tablet to compete in this niche tablet space.

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[Tutorial] How To Use Chrome OS Without Buying A Chromebook

[Tutorial] How To Use Chrome OS Without Buying A Chromebook

If you are curious on how this operating system from Google looks like and how it works, but you don’t have $250 to spend in order to buy Samsung Chromebook which will be only used to test Chrome OS, this tutorial will teach you how to run it on any computer, laptop or operating system using VirtualBox.

By On November 6, 2012 Respond
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iPad Mini Teardown: Build Costs $188 For The 16GB Version

iPad Mini Teardown: Build Costs $188 For The 16GB Version

Apple has been known to have fairly large profit margins on its devices. This seems also true in the case of iPad mini. According to a recent iPad mini teardown by IHS, the cost of building the 16GB version of the tablet is $188, whereas Apple sells it for $329.

By On November 5, 2012 Respond
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Engadget Thinks Low Priced Tablets And Mobiles Are Bad For Consumers. We Don’t Agree.

Engadget Thinks Low Priced Tablets And Mobiles Are Bad For Consumers. We Don’t Agree.

An Engadget associate editor argues that the low priced Nexus and Kindle devices will hurt the consumers in the long run, and thus it’s a bad strategy to follow. But, consumers, as well as industry figure like Linus Torvalds, seem to feel otherwise.

By On November 4, 2012 2 Responses
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Smartphone Battery Life May Be Doubled With New Power Amplifier Technology

Smartphone Battery Life May Be Doubled With New Power Amplifier Technology

Power amplifier is a component in smartphones which consumes huge amounts of power, and usually wastes most of it. MIT engineering professors now claim that they have come up with a new power amplifier technology that can cut this power wastage to half.

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[Tutorial] How To Find Out If Your Computer Is Compatible With Windows 8

[Tutorial] How To Find Out If Your Computer Is Compatible With Windows 8

Microsoft have decided to merge the process of verifying the compatibility directly in the setup of Windows 8, and with that we need to buy Windows 8 in order to find out if its compatible with our computer. However if you follow this tutorial I will show you how to test your computer and see if its compatible with Windows 8 without buying Windows 8 first.

By On November 3, 2012 Respond
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Illiterate Ethiopian Kids Hacked Android Tablet Without Anyone’s Help!

Illiterate Ethiopian Kids Hacked Android Tablet Without Anyone’s Help!

The Ethiopian kids who have no pre-knowledge also illiterate, don’t need any help or guidance from anybody to operate a tablet. Rather they can do that by their inborn intelligence. You will get the details inside.

By On October 31, 2012 1 Response
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AMD Plans To Sell Server Chips Based On ARM By 2014

AMD Plans To Sell Server Chips Based On ARM By 2014

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) has long confined itself to work on x86 architecture only, shying away from other chip designs. However, the company has now revealed plans of licensing 64-bit processor design from ARM to start producing server chips by 2014.

By On October 30, 2012 1 Response
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Valve Releases First Beta Of Steam For Linux

Valve Releases First Beta Of Steam For Linux

Linux users have long been awaiting a version of Steam which is supported on their OS. We have been hearing of it from Valve for quite some time, and now the game-maker has finally launched the first public beta of Steam for Linux.

By On October 30, 2012 Respond
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GameStop To Launch 80 Holiday Outlets For Kids

GameStop To Launch 80 Holiday Outlets For Kids

GameStop has announced its plans to establish 80 new holiday-stores dedicated to children. These “GameStop Kids” outlets will be placed throughout the United States in select malls.

By On October 29, 2012 Respond
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