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Cimo Gloss Back Case Flexible TPU Cover for HTC One Review

It’s always exciting to get a new phone, at least I think it is and I got a new one last week, the HTC One. I always have to have a case and screen protector on my phone so I ordered an inexpensive case from Amazon a week before the phone was supposed to arrive. […]

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MOGA Pro Controller Now Available for Purchase In Stores And Online

  I think I need one of these….     Gamers wanting a full-size precision controller for their Android devices will not have to wait any longer as today MOGA™ announced that the console-style MOGA Pro Controller is now available in the U.S. The full-size MOGA Pro Controller is available for $49.99 online at Amazon.com, […]

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Otterbox Announces HTC One and First Cases

I need an Otterbox case as I’ve got the HTC One on the way….     -OtterBox®, the global leader in protection for handheld technology, delivers device defense with new Defender Series® and Commuter Series® cases for the HTC One®. As part of the “made for HTC devices” global licensing program, OtterBox is a key […]

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3DMark for Android Out Now

  It’s free and you can see just how good or bad your Android devices is…   Futuremark® released 3DMark on the Google Play store today, bringing the world’s most popular hardware performance benchmark to Android devices everywhere. The Android version of 3DMark includes everything you need to accurately test and compare the performance of […]

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AT&T Gets HTC One April 19th

I want this phone…     Beginning April 19, AT&T* plans to offer the highly-anticipated HTC One® smartphone to customers for $199.99 with a two-year commitment, for the 32 GB memory variant.  AT&T is the only U.S. wireless carrier at launch to also offer a version with 64 GB of memory for$299.99 with a two-year […]

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Giada Launces the Q11: A Full-Featured Android Based MiniPC

An Android based MiniPC, that seems like a good idea…   Giada Technology, a subsidiary of JIEHE Technology Development, which focuses on the development and manufacture of devices for cloud computing based on compact and cost-effective PCs and tablets, demonstrated its unique ultra-compact desktop PC, the Giada ARM MiniPC Q11 based on an ARM processor […]

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iMeet Comes to Android

  Face to face?  I don’t like where all of this is going, I mean with cameras everywhere we have to look good… hell I don’t even like talking to people until I’ve had my coffee in the morning, let alone getting on camera with someone…   PGi, a global leader in virtual meetings for […]

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Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 Info and Uses

Samsung is one of the top trusted brands of mobile phones in Germany. According to Telecompaper, almost 40% of new smartphone users prefer Samsung over iPhone with only 14% followed by Nokia with roughly 12% share of the mobile market. Following the success of Samsung Galaxy S3 and Samsung Galaxy Note II, Samsung Galaxy Note […]

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Adobe Photoshop Comes to Android and iOS

Hmm.. Photoshop on my tablet, I may have to try this one out..     -Adobe Systems Incorporated today announced the immediate availability of a new version of Adobe® Photoshop® Touch, optimized for iPhone, iPod touch, and Android smart phones. Inspired by the highly successful Photoshop Touch for tablets, the phone app brings core features […]

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HTC One SV Comes to Boost Mobile

Wow.. the HTC One SV is on Boost mobile! Hmm… that’s cool…   -Boost Mobile, a leader in the no-contract wireless industry and ranked “Highest in Purchase Experience among Non-Contract Wireless Providers” by J.D. Power and Associates1, strengthens its diverse handset lineup with the addition of the March 7 release of the HTC One SV […]

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