Google Fiber Might Be Coming To Your City

Google Fiber Might Be Coming To Your City

Google Fiber is a broadband gigabit internet and TV services provided by Google through a fiber-optic network which is presumably "100 times faster than today's average broadband s ...

[UPDATE 12/22/2012 ] Nexus 5 (Hammerhead) Paranoid Android 4.0 Unofficial Beta build.

[UPDATE 12/22/2012 ] Nexus 5 (Hammerhead) Paranoid Android 4.0 Unofficial Beta build.

Along with builds for : Nexus 4 (Mako) Nexus 5 (Hammerhead) Nexus 7 2012 WIFI (Grouper) Nexus 7 2013 WIFI (Flo) Nexus 7 2013 LTE (Deb) GSM Galaxy Nexus (Toro) GizmoLuster is now ha ...

[UPDATE] Paranoid Android 4.0 Beta Unofficial Luster build – Galaxy Nexus Build added

[UPDATE] Paranoid Android 4.0 Beta Unofficial Luster build – Galaxy Nexus Build added

Along with builds for : Nexus 4 (Mako) Nexus 5 (Hammerhead) Nexus 7 2012 WIFI (Grouper) Nexus 7 2013 WIFI (Flo) Nexus 7 2013 LTE (Deb) GizmoLuster is now happy to annouce the addit ...

Nokia Phones 2013

Nokia Phones 2013

One of our followers requested a specific post, and since it's the first time... why not? Ok, so she was asking which are the new current models (not upcoming) from Nokia. I am not ...

New Apple Patent Might Turn Your iPhone Into a Home Remote

New Apple Patent Might Turn Your iPhone Into a Home Remote

It might be wondering, what do we mean by Home-Remote right? Well, in the last couple of days, apple acquired a few new patents. You know that you can already control your security ...

Moto X costs $5 more to be assembled in the USA

Moto X costs $5 more to be assembled in the USA

The Moto X is the newest phone from Motorola and Google. This phone has had alot of hype but it seems to be a bit underwhelming device, since it somewhat comparable to GS3 phone sp ...

Nintendo Wii U Price Cut and Nintendo 2DS – PR

Nintendo Wii U Price Cut and Nintendo 2DS – PR

  REDMOND, Wash.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Nintendo outlined a campaign that will offer consumers unprecedented levels of value and variety this holiday season. That proposition includes: ...

Possible Release Date For Samsung Galaxy S-IV

The website Sammobile said that Samsung will announce the upcoming Galaxy S IV on March 15th. How true is that? we don't know, but itt is also rumored to have a larger 5-inch screen. And supposely it would be the most impressive display to date. It could also have and 8-Core Exynos 5 Octa CPU, 2 GB of RAM, a 13 MP rear camera and a 2 MP front camera. Very good specs, lets hope these are all true. Source: IG ...

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Bye Bye Sony MiniDisc

Do you remember the Sony MiniDisc? I do, I used to have one. But, did you know that they are still in production? I thought they were out of the market since 5 years ago, maybe more. The thing is that they have been here since 1992 when Sony tried to replace the cassette tape. Then the CD-R came out and then the MP3 era. Have you seen any of these in stores? Well, the thing is that Sony will stop producing ...

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HTC mini A phone for your phone

Hey fellow readers, do you still use your house phone? .... yeah, me neither. But my grandma does! Anyway, this is the new HTC Mini. This little gadget will act as an extension of your phone. Whaaaat? yes that's right, it is basically a Bluetooth headset that looks like a phone, but it may be very useful if you use it as a phone for your house and it can also be used as a TV remote as well. The bad thing is ...

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Kindle Fire HD 8.9 gets a price cut both Wi-Fi and LTE models for Valentine’s Day

Amazon has decide to play cupid for this year's Valentines Day as they make a temporary price cut once more for their Kindle Fire HD 8.9 editions both the Wi-Fi and LTE models. The Wi-Fi gets a $30 dollar price cut to down $269 while the LTE model gets a bigger cut of $50 down to $449 . Offer ends on February 8th PR Down Below     Here are a just few ways Kindle can act as cupid and make Valentine ...

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Google’s Project Glass New Specs

Google's Project Glass is a project that seems to be taking a lot of time to realize, but it will be absolutely revolutionary. Apparently, Engadget has spotted an application for Google Glass waiting for approval from the FCC. For those people who does not know what is the Project Glass here is some info. It is glasses-look device, which has a little camera and a screen. It will be use like a smartphone but ...

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RebelROM for HTC One XL

  New Update Here Download: http://goo.gl/XpL0d Mirror: http://d-h.st/SSA   Features: 3.17.707.1 Sense 4+ Jellybean 4.1.1 base Used ChongoDroid deodexed base ( go give him some thanks!) Much of geenyous One X AOSenseP JB Theme ported (Go give the dev some thanks) AOSP style Recent apps AOSP Lockscreen Sense aggressively removed, some bits left lyapota JB sense camera (Go give the dev some thanks) ...

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YouTube Will Experiment With Paid Subscriptions

I remember the first time I used YouTube, not the exact date, but how it looked and how it has changed over the time. We have seen a huge transformation in the site these last three or five years. It seems that the video player is getting smaller and smaller to make room for all the advertisement. Now, YouTube has plans to experiment with paid subscriptions. They say it can work in two ways; people should p ...

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New 128 GB iPad Joins The Family

There was a rumor this past week about Apple going to release a 128GB iPad to their current catalog. Today, this rumor becomes a reality. Apple has officially confirmed that this iPad will be available on February 5th. It is always good to have more storage, and give different alternatives to the consumers. It will have a 9.7 Retina display, the latest A6x chip, HD camera, iOS 6.1 and additional support for ...

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Microsoft has gone 100% digital for the first time. Today Microsoft launched the new Office 365. You must know that this is a cloud service. For a monthly subscription you can have Word, Excel, OneNote, PowerPoint, Publisher, Outlook and Access on five different computers and other mobile devices. The subscription prices are $9.99 for one month, or $99.99 for a year. It will also come with 20 GB of their cl ...

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Instagram Asking for Personal Information

iPhone users how would you feel if you were asked to submit a government ID in order to upload pictures of yourself through Instagram? Safe or frustrated? Well after Instagram's latest TOS update, it has been asking users to confirm their identities with a government ID such as a drivers license or a passport. Personally, it seems unsafe to submit personal information via Internet, but according to Facebook ...

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