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Spoil Yourself With 5 Tech Gadgets For Summer 2012

1. Jawbone Big Jambox Jawbone’s Big Jambox is the big brother of the original Jambox adding to the family of wireless intelligent speakers. The speaker connects to any device using bluetooth, and pumps out songs wirelessly, for up to 15 hours of continuous playback. You can also connect a device with an audio cord. The […]

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Mice And Keyboards Rendered Obsolete In The Future?: Here’s How.

A group of researchers working out of Carnagie Mellon University and Disney Research in Pittsburgh have developed a new, more advanced touch technology called Touché. Touché will advance the ways we interface with mobile technologies. Touché seems likely to evolve the ways we use tablets and smartphone devices. In the future, we might only need […]

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Exposed: Google’s Original Phone From 2006

Today in San Francisco, Google’s orignal phone design from 2006 came out in the U.S. District Court case of Oracle v. Google. The high stakes jury trial exposed Google’s initial phone plan as evidence. In 2006, Google proposed to T-Mobile a plan for a phone that would work on an open-software platform and contain features like […]

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Nokia 808 PureView Ad Shot Entirely With 41 Megapixel Smartphone

Yesterday Nokia released a new advertisement shot entirely with their 41 megapixel smartphone the 808 PureView. It makes clear the potential of what you can do with such a high resolution sensor. The 808 PureView was originally revealed at the Mobile World Congress in February, where it won the award for Best-in-Show. Sharing will be possible with […]

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Microsoft Shatters Earnings Expectations

Microsoft announced today revenue of $17.4 billion for its fiscal third quarter, doing far better than the analyst community expected. This revenue is up 6% from last year, a record for the company. The stock price continues to rally on the news, up more than 30% in six months. Most surprising was the company’s Windows revenue, […]

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Smoopa: The Price-comparing, Barcode Scanning App That Rewards You For Finding Good Deals

The company’s website reads: Not sure if it’s a good price? Get paid for using your phone to find out. Smoopa is the newest price-scanning app that actually pays you  to find bargains while shopping. It was originally only available for Android, but now they have released an iOS version. App creator and company founder Mendel Chuang […]

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Cyborg-esque Contacts Let You Focus On Two Fields Of View At Once

The Pentagon is seeking to buy a prototype for a contact lens that will allow the eye to focus on two fields of vision at once; allowing simultaneous focus of a background and a foreground. The contact also allows you to focus on a field of view just millimeters from your eye. This means, now […]

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Apple Obtains Patent Allowing Non-Developers To Seamlessly Create Apps

A new patent recently procured by Apple represents a future where App development will be a simple endeavor, something anyone can do without any programming knowledge. The App Store presently boasts an impressive 600,000+ item catalogue, but picture what could happen if this patent becomes a reality. The patent is named Content Configuration for Device […]

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Google’s Project Glass — Augmented Reality Glasses

Google’s augmented reality glasses are making the rounds on the web after unveiling the project through a post on Google Plus. In the post, there are a handful of prototype photos, as well as an impressive video detailing the faux-reality of what would be the glass experience. The video gives an exciting glimpse into what […]

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