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CES 2014: Intel Press Conference Liveblog

CES 2014: Intel Press Conference Liveblog

Patrick Nosker January 6, 2014 0

Hi guys. We’re at the CES 2014 Press Conference and will be updating every few minutes with details of Intel’s latest announcements. 1:47 PM – Basically a summary: Intel wants to integrate computing and

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Moto X Now Available on Republic Wireless for $299

Moto X Now Available on Republic Wireless for $299

Patrick Nosker November 14, 2013 5

We’ve covered Republic Wireless in the past, but today marks the day when they have made the move from Beta to full release. Featuring the Moto X smartphone for $299 without a contract and unlimited

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Google Play Adds “Private Channel” App Store For Businesses

Google Play Adds “Private Channel” App Store For Businesses

Michael Convente December 5, 2012 0

Google Play, the online app marketplace that Google launched back in March as a Android version of Apple’s iStore, is now offering a way for select developers to distribute apps internally within their organizations.

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Google Opens Google Fiber Registration: Gigabit and Free Conventional Internet for the Masses

Google Opens Google Fiber Registration: Gigabit and Free Conventional Internet for the Masses

Patrick Nosker July 26, 2012 0

Google unwrapped their Fiber deployment site today at Google Fiber. Inside you can pre-register if you’re a Kansas City resident and sign up for deployment details if you live elsewhere. The most interesting aspect

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EA and BioWare’s Ultima Forever Will Be More RPG Than MMORPG

EA and BioWare’s Ultima Forever Will Be More RPG Than MMORPG

Seung Lee July 17, 2012 0

The Ultima series has had an undeniable influence on the RPG genre. Several of the games made innovations that would later become standards such as party-based combat, written narratives to formulate complex stories, and

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Google Officially Announces Nexus 7 Tablet – Runs Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean)

Google Officially Announces Nexus 7 Tablet – Runs Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean)

Patrick Nosker June 27, 2012 0

Google officially announced the speculated Nexus 7 tablet. It will feature a 1280×800 LCD display, quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 Processor at 1.3 ghz, 1 GB Ram, 1.2 megapixel front camera, GPS, Accelerometer, Microphone, and

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Sony’s Xperia Ion Won’t Save It From Failure

Sony’s Xperia Ion Won’t Save It From Failure

Patrick Nosker June 14, 2012 1

Sony’s been in some tough times lately. With it’s most recent quarter featuring record losses of $5.7 billion and now the possibility that it may sell its New York – Times Square US Headquarters

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AT&T to offer a red Samsung Galaxy S III, pre-order starting June 6th

AT&T to offer a red Samsung Galaxy S III, pre-order starting June 6th

Mo Choudhury June 4, 2012 0

AT&T is the lone carrier to offer a red version of the much anticipated Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone.  The company will start taking pre-prders starting this Wednesday June 6th in company-owned stores and

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Samsung Galaxy S III may be the best smartphone in the world, coming to Verizon, AT&T and others

Samsung Galaxy S III may be the best smartphone in the world, coming to Verizon, AT&T and others

Mo Choudhury June 4, 2012 0

Samsung is slated to launch its next flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S III in the U.S in early June.  The new Galaxy will be released on Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and U.S. Cellular. The

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Google to Make 7 Inch Tablet, Hires HP WebOS Team

Google to Make 7 Inch Tablet, Hires HP WebOS Team

Patrick Nosker May 26, 2012 1

Two separate but possibly related things happened at Google over the past few days. According to a report from DigiTimes, Google has been working on developing in 7″ touchscreen tablet with Asus. It expects

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