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LG Unveils Wallpaper OLED Panel

Lg unveils its 55-inch wallpaper OLED panel in Seoul at a media event today.  The new LG product is far thinner compared to its LG Displays existing flagship 55-Inch OLED panel that is 4.3 mm thick.  This new OLED display is a only 0.97 mm thick and weighs in at 1.9 kg.  It can be easily put up on a ...

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YotaPhone 2 Reaches Crowdfunding Goal in Less Than 5 Hours

When talking about innovating ideas within the Smartphone industry only a few come to mind.  However there is a clear company that holds that number one spot at the top as a shiny beacon of bringing things to the table that will change the game of mobile devices completely.  This company is Yota Devices, and with their eyes set on ...

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Two New LG Mid-range Devices Announced: The G4 Stylus and G4c

LG Electronics officially announced today that they will be adding two new members to the G4 family, the G4 Stylus and the G4c.  Both devices will be in the mid-range category and are great alternatives to the more high end devices in the G4 line.  The real question is, can these two smartphones match up to the other devices in ...

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Scratch Wireless Smartphone Arise Provides Free Calls Via Wi-Fi

Thrifty individuals—the sort that hold onto old appliances and electronics until they self-combust—are a notoriously elusive and fickle market. Rather predictably, it is tough to wrangle a demographic  that is loath to spend money to sustain survival, let alone on new consumer electronics. None the less, this is the market that Scratch Wireless hopes to corner. The bait with which ...

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WYX Remix Android Smartphone Dock Ready to Ship In July

Looking for a Android smartphone dock that is decked out in high end features?  Well lucky for you this might be your last stop in your shopping adventure.  Shenzhen Weiyixun Technology (or SWT) released the successor to the WYX Android Dock, the new and improved WYX Remix Android Dock.  Not much of a change in name but definitely a change ...

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Apple’s $930 million reduced by court in Samsung case

Remember when Apple won its lawsuit against Samsung in 2012 for infringing upon its patents? Well, they’re still arguing about it and while the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit reaffirmed that Samsung most certainly copied the iPhone, an opinion filed by the court today declares that Apple will receive less than the $930 million originally proposed for damages. ...

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ASUS ZenFone 2 Hitting North American Smartphone Market

Known primarily in the United States for its desktop’s, laptops, and computer parts, ASUS is set to make a foray into the North American smartphone market with the ZenFone 2.  The ASUS ZenFone 2 faces an uphill battle against more entrenched competitors as it moves in on the territory of the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the iPhone 6. Those looking ...

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Apple Beefs Up GPS Program With Coherent Navigation Purchase

Apple yesterday confirmed to The New York Times their purchase of global positioning company, Coherent Navigation.  MacRumors got wind of the acquisition before the official announcement, reporting that Coherent Navigation’s CEO, Paul Lego, and co-founders, William Bencze and Brett Ledvina, had already made the transition to new positions at Apple. Apple has not officially released the reason for the purchase, ...

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The Future of Windows with Windows 10

I’m sure that many Windows users are excited for the free upgrade to Windows 10 that is coming later this year – unless you’re a pirate. In which case you may be feeling a little lukewarm over the whole thing after Microsoft’s redacted their statement on who qualifies for free. But the news that the newest operating system will be free, even if ...

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Samsung Announces Tizen is Here to Stay

You might remember Tizen as the mobile operating system for a few high end smartphone devices a couple of years ago, that looked and acted as a Android clone.  If you don’t know, Tizen is an operating system based on the Linux kernel and GNU C Library implementing the Linux API.  It’s owned partially by both Samsung and Intel and ...

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