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  • Rumor: Retina-Equipped iPad Coming in Second Half of 2013

    Published by kristoffer March 18, 2013

    An analyst for DisplaySearch boldly predicts that Apple could be launching an iPad mini with Retina display by the second half of 2013. Based on supply chain data, Paul Semenza tells CNET that the… [Read More]

  • THX Sues Apple for Misuse of Speaker Tech Patent

    Published by kristoffer

    Apple has received its latest lawsuit, this time from George Lucas’ sound innovation company THX. The case, which is filed in the Northern District of California court last week, claims that Apple’s various mobile… [Read More]

  • Samsung Galaxy S IV Launched: Packed with Unique Features

    Published by kristoffer March 15, 2013

    Samsung has just introduced its new flagship Galaxy S IV in a Broadway-themed press event at New York’s Radio City Music Hall.
    While it looks similar to Samsung Galaxy S III, the buck stops there. … [Read More]

  • Finger Swipe Headphones

    Published by dennis March 14, 2013

    Wireless Bluetooth headphones are increasingly becoming popular not just for use to answer calls but also as an ideal partner for their music listening enjoyment. But most headphones have the usual problems with having to… [Read More]

  • AT&T Brings BlackBerry Z10 Beginning March 22

    Published by kristoffer March 11, 2013

    After T-Mobile announced its business-centric BlackBerry Z10 plans, AT&T reveals it will begin selling the BB10-powered smartphone for a consumer-friendly price of $199.99, which comes with a two-year contract, beginning March 22nd. The carrier… [Read More]

  • Chinese Forum Leaks Samsung Galaxy S IV

    Published by kristoffer

    The Samsung Galaxy S IV is expected to be revealed this week in a special event in New York, but a member of a Chinese online forum posted what is claimed to be Samsung’s upcoming… [Read More]

  • The Hands Free Toilet Seat

    Published by dennis March 10, 2013

    Finally, devices used for personal hygiene are getting their share of tech upgrades. Such devices, especially those that are found in the toilet, usually are left behind in terms of tech upgrades. Devices such as… [Read More]

  • Spotlight LED Slanted Tweezers

    Published by dennis

    It is not always the big gadgets out there that gets the attention most of the time. There are those small devices that, given a tech upgrade to boost its function, can become quite interesting… [Read More]

  • T-Mobile to Sell BlackBerry Z10 Starting March 11th

    Published by kristoffer March 9, 2013

    Want the BlackBerry Z10 so bad, but you do not want to shell out $999? T-Mobile has officially announced it is selling the much-awaited BB10-powered smartphone to business customers starting Monday, March 11th, for… [Read More]

  • Lumio Lamp Looks and Works Like a Book

    Published by kristoffer

    Consider it as one of the most mesmerizing Kickstarter projects we have encountered. In plain sight, Lumio looks like a book with a wooden cover. Open it up, however, and it is actually… [Read More]

  • Thermodo: Thermometer for Your iPhone

    Published by kristoffer

    It is a case of valuing negative criticisms. Danish startup Robocat has developed several apps for iOS, including a free thermometer app called Thermo that tells how hot or cold it is outside your… [Read More]

  • The Executive Keyboard by Datamancer

    Published by dennis

    While computer keyboards are the primary input peripheral used by PC users, it is something that people don’t consider giving that look of elegance. More people are more concerned of making keyboards more functionally accurate…. [Read More]

  • Takes iPhone App Turns Photos into Video Clips

    Published by kristoffer March 8, 2013

    You have already heard about Vine and its six-second clips you can share with your social networks, but a similar app is gearing to steal the spotlight.
    Take, which debuts today, allows users to take photos… [Read More]

  • Apple Denies Being Monopolist in Downloading via App Store

    Published by kristoffer

    Apple is on trial not because of patent-related battles, but on accusations of violating antitrust laws as it only allow iPhone users to download apps through its App Store. The company’s lawyers argued that… [Read More]

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