The LG Optimus L3 II Sets Out on A World Tour!

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An optimus, for the rest of us! LG is set to launch their latest Optimus L3 II. In the weeks and months leading up to MWC, the leaks were all over the place. Every other day we were getting a glimpse into what companies would be launching at the event. The early news surrounding LG ...

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Samsung Looks To Discontinue its Galaxy Tab Keyboard Docks

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Samsung reported to give the axe to tablet keyboard docks! Samsung reign of tablet and smart phones see no end in sight. The company is pumping out tablets of all sizes, shapes and colors to ensure anyone who needs an awesome tablet experience will have a Samsung option ready when they are. As tablets take ...

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LG’s Optimus L Series Devices To See Upgrades Across the Board

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LG is set to update their Optimus L series handsets across the board. LG has their Optimus line, HTC the One series, and Samsung with the Galaxies, but as different as they are, they all have one thing in common! A suspected update at MWC. Every year the weeks leading up to MWC provide the ...

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A Magenta Clad Road Map Points to Galaxy Exhibits, Z10’s and LTE Equipped Galaxy S III’s

Carrier road maps are little pieces of leaky goodness that show the world what’s to come for any particular service provider. As more companies find the good in leaking their own devices road maps have sort of died off recently. Today an internal road map for T-Mobile has hit the rumor mill and shows us ...

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The Samsung Galaxy Stellar Enters the Big Red Milky Way

   Our galaxy the Milky Way is calculated as having roughly 100 billion stars. This gross estimate is measured by the amount of light that is put out by individual stars. Measuring this gives us that rough figure. If Samsung continues to push out Galaxy phones, and we measure their presence in luminosity, they very well ...

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The Award Winning Acer CloudMobile Goes Up for Pre-Order

At some point in your life you more than likely have come across a piece of Acer made hardware. Whether it’s a simple monitor for your PC or a laptop Acer is a well know Components Company across the globe. While their presence in the mobile world is still a bit lacking when compared to ...

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The SGH-T699 Becomes the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze Q….Q Short for QWERTY

In the past years smart phones have become incredibly thin and unfortunately dropped off some of the features we look forward to, like QWERTY keyboards for example. As the smart phone slims out and grows diagonally, room for a tactical keyboard goes by the way side. A few years back for every high end slate ...

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A White HTC EVO 4G LTE Listing Appears in the Wild

  Do you remember the entire buzz that surrounded the white Apple iPhone 4? When the iPhone 4 was announced it was shown off in traditional fashion with a white and black version of the hardware. Shortly after its announcement, naturally comes launch. The company had some major setbacks with the manufacturing process of the device, ...

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Blackberry OS 7 is not backwards compatible

Today brings big news of RIM’s latest endeavors in the mobile sector. RIM is hosting Blackberry World this week in Orlando Florida and is showing off some new goodies as well as getting developers keen to their new OS. The Blackberry Bold series has been officially updated and is pretty much spot on with the ...

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$1.99 iPhone App Saves Basketball Player’s Life

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An iPhone app called ‘Phone Aid’ has been credited with saving a teenage basketball player’s life after his heart stopped during practice. The 17-year-old, Xavier Jones, collapsed but was resuscitated by two of his coaches with CPR guided by the app. The $1.99 Phone Aid app guides users through emergency treatment for the most common ...

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Apple Pulls ‘Anti-Gay’App from iTunes App Store

Apple has pulled an app described as ‘anti-gay’ by Change.org from its iTunes App Store after receiving more than 7,730 signatures in protest. The app, called the “Manhattan Declaration,” was created by a group co-founded by Chuck Colson—a conservative Christian evangelist and author who was arrested but never charged in the Watergate scandal prior to ...

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Enough with the iPhone Versus Android Sales Comparisons Already

 Comparing Apple’s iPhone to Google’s Android is certainly a fun thing to do, since it gives us a team to root for. Are you for ‘open’ operating systems like Android OS or do you take the stance that closed systems like Apple’s iOS give users a better user experience? That question gets played a lot, ...

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Verizone iPhone Confirmed Again and More iPad 2 FaceTime Rumors

Apple’s  iPhone coming to Verizon Wireless in early 2011 has been confirmed again—this time by Fortune. Besides the majority of the blogsphere agreeing that the coveted CDMA iPhone for Verizon will be here soon, the Wall Street Journal, Fortune , and the New York Times are all in agreement. Verizon is finally getting the iPhone. Verizon ...

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BlackBerry Maker RIM Might Be Bought: Cisco and Microsoft Possiblities

How is this for a rumor? The maker of the BlackBerry smartphone series—Research In Motion (RIM)—might be the target for a takeover.  Shaw Wu, an analyst for Kaufman Bros., claims that while it is a possibility that is helping fuel RIM’s stock price (RIMM) rise of 12% over the past couple of days (along with ...

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