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1.7Ghz Quad Core HTC One X+ shows up in NenaMark2

Rumors have been floating around lately, that a slightly upgraded HTC One X may be arriving soon, possibly with support for T-Mobile USA bands, and there HSPA+ network (Wind and Mobilicity in Canada as well). The rumors feel a bit more legit now, since a 1.7ghz HTC Tegra 3 device has should up on NenaMark2, and benchmark utility. The Device currently goes by the name is the HTC PM63100, and features a 1.7Gh ...

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Lumia coming to Sprint and Verizon. New Lumias to have PureView Camera.

Nokia's Lumia devices, are considered the flagship Windows Phone devices by many. They have the most features, all packed into a beautiful package. Sprint and Verizon are rumored to be getting there own Lumia device soon. Both AT&T (Lumia 900) and T-Mobile (Lumia 710) already have there own Lumia device. Bringing the Lumia to Verizon and Sprint would finally bridge the gap in the company's American pres ...

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CyanogenMod preparing for Jelly Bean and CM10

If you dont know what CyanogenMod is, the your missing out big time. CM is a aftermarket rom that is wildly popular, and supports a broad  range of devices, whether it is offically supported devices by CM team, or unofficial ports. Theres no doubt the CyanogenMod is one of or the most popular ROM for android devices. To install CM you must have root, not all devices have a CM rom, but theres a pretty good c ...

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$100 Android gaming console that encourages hacking?

A new gaming console that is not from Nintendo, Sony or Microsoft! Yup and its called the Ouya. Its not your regular console, considering its powered by android, encourages hacking, games are free to publish and free to play. Instead of developers having to buy a separate dev kit to develop games on, this $99 console is the dev kit.  The console is being designed by the creator of the Jawbone Jambox and One ...

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Google Now ported to AOSP based Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 roms.

XDA-Developers always have your back when it comes to getting you the latest features first. Whether is a full system update to the latest android version via a custom rom. A manufacture specific feature brought to all devices or just a new feature ported to a lower version of android. That’s the case today with some great users over at XDA have managed to get Google Now working on devices running AOSP-Base ...

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Patent wars: Apple denied request for emergency ban against HTC products

The last couple of weeks have seen quite a few wins for Apple in court. Bans against US sales of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab and new Galaxy Nexus phone, for starters, were successful (Samsung has recently appealed this in court of course). The U.S  International Trade Commission (ITC) has denied Apple of a emergency ban against the alleged infringing products, allowing smartphone manufacturer HTC to continue selli ...

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Google Chrome Browser shots to top of iTunes free app chart.

Google's chrome browser is already at the top of Apple's iOS App Store as the most popular free app at the moment. Released just 3 days ago , this is quite an achievement for Google. Users are not only downloading it, they like it as well. Chrome has a nice 4.5 /5 rating right now in the iOS App Store. Chrome has the abilty to sync your bookmarks, tabs and history with your PC or other devices running Chrom ...

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Patent wars: Apple granted a preliminary sales injunction against the Samsung Galaxy Nexus in the US

On Friday US judge Lucy Koh granted Apple a preliminary injunction against the sale of Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus smartphone. Last week Koh granted a similar ban on the sale of Samsung’s Galaxy 10.1 Tab in the US. Apple and Samsung have been battling it out lately, in what same are calling the 'Patent wars".  Apple claims that the Korean electronics maker “slavishly” copied a number of features from its iOS dev ...

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Initial thoughts on the Nexus 7

It's been rumored for quite some time now but finally Google has revealed there Nexus 7 tablet at Google I/O 2012. Is Google trying to take a hit at Apple with this tablet? Are they trying to compete with the iPad? I think not in my opinion Google is aiming to take some sales from Amazon with this tablet. Its 7" form factor, low $200 price point (on par with the Amazon Kindle Fire) and Entertainment ecosyst ...

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