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A Better Camera

Samsung’s newest device, the Galaxy Camera, puts the camera first and the phone second.  You won’t be able to make traditional calls or send text messages from it, but since it will ship with Android’s Jelly Bean, anything in Google Play store is up for grabs. In fact, it has all the makings of a…

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Why? Why Not?

Wanna part with some cash for no good reason? This little android could be YOURS to control with your OWN Android Phone! Have your credit card ready and select your color.  See the demo here! WATCH HERE     http://videos.huffingtonpost.com/tech/control-this-tiny-android-with-your-android-517458213

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You & iTunes-‘Til Death Do You Part

Many of us will accumulate vast libraries of digital books and music over the course of our lifetimes. But when we die, our collections of words and music may expire with us. Someone who owned 10,000 hardcover books and the same number of vinyl records could bequeath them to descendants, but legal experts say passing…

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Pay With Your Mobile at Dunkin’ Donuts

This week, Dunkin’ Donuts released a new app that lets you pay for doughnuts with your iPhone, iPod touch or Android smartphone. The Dunkin’ app works like the Starbucks mobile payment app. Download it from Google Play or the App Store, then load it up with money. The card supports American Express, Visa, Mastercard, Discover and PayPal….

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A Dozen New Gadgets

Unofficially labeled a “speed management” tool, the Cobra iRadar fits the bill as the “coolest” gadget here. CNet reviewed the product: The good: The Cobra iRadar works with or without a connected Android or iOS smartphone. Its car charger has a powered USB port for the paired smartphone. A free app helps you fine-tune the iRadar’s sensitivity and…

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Tablets to Replace Smartphone?

Thanks to the pace of mobile-network expansion, new audio and video technologies, the expansion of Wi-Fi, and more-capable hardware that runs longer on a single charge,  the tablet may begin replacing the smartphone within the next half a dozen years. Kevin C. Tofel of GigaOm, defends his predictions and gives several reasons why he thinks this will…

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Google’s Own Superhighway

Google Fiber will provide internet services 100 times faster than is currently available. It will launch late this year, with high-speed internet and TV connections to consumers in Kansas City. Over time, Google Fiber hopes to spur a new wave of technological innovation, from telemedicine to cloud computing, that can capitalize on its network’s ability to…

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Jackin’ a ‘Droid

Fortunately, Charlie Miller is on the Good Guys side. A skilled hacker, Mr. Miller demonstrated  how to hijack a smartphone via short-range radio technology known as Near Field Communication (NFC).  He created tools that forced phones to visit websites seeded with attack software. The software on the booby-trapped websites helped Mr. Miller look at and steal data…

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Must Wait For Pebble Smartwatch

The latest update sent to Pebble’s Kickstarter investors (and a few Engadget editors) is a double-edged one. After announcing that the smartwatch will be available in a new orange edition, the makers admitted that the crowd-funded wrist candy won’t be shipping to its backers on schedule in September. No new date has been disclosed just yet,…

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iPhone 5 Slims Down

Bigger and thinner. That’s what the latest reports are saying about the screen on the new Apple iPhone 5. The Cupertino, Calif., tech giant is already mass-producing the new screens, which will integrate touch capabilities into the LCD and thereby removing the need for a second layer used to make it a touch screen, according…

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