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Two can play at the leaked Android slider phone game: just hours after Samsung and T-Mobile had their time to play, a more than slightly enigmatic Motorola QWERTY slider has popped up at the Android Central forums. What looks at first like a Droid 4 with the edges rounded off instead looks to be a completely
Can online searches and purchasing trends point you to amazing Father’s Day gifts? If you believe in the power of the Internet, turn to the infographic below to find the perfect (last-minute) gift for dad.
About seven out of 10 people turn to the Internet to shop for Father’s Day. These numbers are fueling
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There was a time, not long ago, that Vizio was the talk of the tech town. The company was delivering low-priced televisions, its market share was soaring, and by all accounts, it was well on its way to becoming one of the most prominent firms in the marketplace. Vizio’s success was so strong that its
1. Smartphone Cufflinks
As well as looking cute, these cufflinks will serve as a reminder to silence handsets during important events.
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Summer is wedding season, and often requires formal wear. We have found 15 pairs of fabulous
If Broad Area Maritime Surveillance, or war gadgets are your bag, then things just got real. Northrop Grumman has just unveiled the MQ-4C BAMS Triton, the latest addition to the US Navy’s Maritime Patrol and Reconnaissance Force. The spy plane was than four years in development, has a wingspan of 130.9
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E3 just wrapped up last week, and as expected Microsoft provided absolutely no details about the next version of its Xbox product line. However, there are some new supposedly leaked details that shed insight to what the company is working on behind-the-scenes. Based on what has been presented as a confidential
Paper continues to be a problem inside organisations. we just can’t seem to get rid it despite all these computers. And organising it is annoying. Doo.net hopes to solve the problem by organising documents with a cloud-based service.
It’s now launched its public beta on OS