New Rumors Give Samsung’s Galaxy S5 an Iris Scanner and a 20 Mega Pixel Camera!

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Samsung Galaxy S5 rumors start to heat up once again. Samsung’s next generation flagship is usually in high demand. Whether it be the next iteration of the Note series device, the Tab series or the smart phone extraordinaire Galaxy S, what’s up Samsung’s sleeve is that of interest to anyone following along in the tech ...

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RIM’s FaceBook App Goes Version 1.9—Finally Starting to Not Look Like Junk

BlackBerry users are a hardy breed. Their app store is always being picked on for having so few apps (Microsoft’s WP7 market will probably pass it in number by July) and the apps that are available sometime leave a lot to be desired. Fortunately, Research In Motion (RIM) has finally gotten around to working on their Facebook client again.

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PayPal’s Check Deposit Feature for iPhone Might be the Future of Banking

  PayPal has its own iOS app and it is quite good. A lot of people have PayPal accounts now for online purchases and money transfers and the company has helped spearhead the push into online money services. The newest version of PayPal's iOS app (version 2.7) adds the ability for users to take pictures of ...

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LG’s Optimus One is primed and ready to hit T-Mobile – With Wi-Fi Calling of course

Over the weekend TmoNews has unearthed a One Sheet that shows off some of the features to be found on the LG Optimus One. In the past the Optimus One has shown its colors to be Magenta with an accessories sheet leak from T-Mobile. The leaks were the first peak at the future of the ...

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WP7’s App market will be censored for the easily offended

Windows phone 7 is surely on the rise and is making some headway into the market. The manufacturers have been chosen, the networks seemingly narrowed down and the developers are hard at work building up the marketplace for a proper entry into the world. Recently however Microsoft has issued developer “guidelines” and it looks as ...

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Google Maps update looks to please the walkers

  The infamously notorious Google has done it again. It seems with the combination of Google Instant and the launch of the new G2 has the folks at Google in a update frenzy. In the past some odd hours we have seen the official launch of the stock Android G2, an official update to Google’s Voice ...

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Google’s Voice with Widgets made official and Voice Action alarm clock unofficially updated

  Google Voice made its way into this world very slowly and privately as most Google developments do. However, when free phone calls, im’ing, and video conferencing right from your Gmail account hit as news, the world was amazed and indeed impressed. The mobile application could be found within the Android market but was missing some ...

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Android Market Grows to 80,000

Since the dawn of Apples app market, the app race has seemingly ensued. Looking at it all now it seems that the dawn of the app’s makes complete sense. But is the race to app supremacy really that important? Looking at Apples success within their app market, I’m sure the answer to that is yes, ...

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iOS Finally Getting Flash Support with Skyfire?

While the Apple iOS crowd is probably unfamiliar with the Android OS browser ‘SkyFire,’ they should take notice. An iOS version of Skyfire 2.0 is going to be submitted to the iTunes App Store and is capable of playing streaming Flash videos. Sure, Apple can be somewhat of a prick when it comes to its ...

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iPhone App ‘Love Plus’ a Little Creepy, Lets You Have Virtual Girlfriend

The Japanese have been known for making some very...interesting games. One genre of games that seem to only come from the country are dating simulations. These games let you spend your time in a virtual world trying to win the heart of an inevitably high school aged beauty. Creeped out yet? Don’t worry, I have ...

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Iphone users get a much needed Gmail update

When you’re looking at your amazing iPhone you may think to yourself “man this is perfect” until of course you get the chance to find some slight imperfections. The iPhone is indeed one of the most powerful and helpful phones on the market, but how good could it be with second rate access to one ...

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Android 2.2 users can get full Flash now

If you have been eagerly awaiting your Froyo update to you Android powered device then you are most likely aware that within the Froyo update comes some goodies known as full Flash. What you may have missed is that the Flash Player 10.1 that installs onto your now Froyo capable device is indeed in beta. A ...

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Windows Phone 7 App development takes a step forward

Microsoft is currently ironing out there re-entry back into the mobile industry. For awhile small bits of information have leaked out of Redmond and other sources. But the big question on everyone’s mind is can they get it to where it should be by the time they release. Microsoft has stated many times that they ...

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StumbleUpon Your iPhone

StumbleUpon has finally just seen the light of day for iPhone (and iOS users in general) via a new app that is available on the iTunes App Store for free. Plus, for Android OS users out there, it is available on your platform too. Right now it is rated 4 1/2 stars out of 5 ...

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BlackBerry App World 2.0 Finally Arrives for All

BlackBerry App World 2.0 is finally here for mass consumption. About time. Research In Motion (RIM) announced the coming App World update quite a while ago and while it has been available to BlackBerry Beta Zone members for a little bit now, I had hoped to see it come before the launch of the Torch ...

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