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LG G3 global release date officially announced

The highly anticipated LG G3 smartphone has already made its debut in South Korea and managed to sell incredibly well, even surpassing the popular Samsung Galaxy S5 flagship. Now the device is preparing to leave its home country and will launch globally on June 27th. LG’s latest handset will first hit Hong Kong, Indonesia, Singapore, and the Philippines and make ...

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Nokia Lumia 635 now available for pre-order in the US

Nokia Lumia 635 is now available for pre-order from the Microsoft Store for both AT&T and T-Mobile. The device was released last month in markets across Europe, Asia, China, Russia, and India, and now we finally have confirmation that it will also make it to the US soon. The company didn’t announce the release date, but they did reveal the ...

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iPhone Manufacturers Hiring Thousands To Prepare For iPhone 6 Production

Production on Apple’s next iPhone appears to be imminent, as two of the Chinese manufacturers that produce the hardware have taken to hiring a large number of people in order to better handle the task. Hon Hai Precision (better known outside of China as Foxconn Technology) and Pegatron Corp. are both reportedly upping their staff count for the still unannounced iPhone 6. Economic ...

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Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport now available through Sprint

The Samsung Galaxy S5 Active was announced earlier this year as an AT&T exclusive, but now Sprint also has its own version of the popular flagship. The Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport is very similar to the smartphone offered by its rival carrier although there are a few differences here and there. The device comes with a rugged back cover that makes it easier ...

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Apple, Google, and Samsung bring new health apps to wearables

Reuters reported today that Apple, Google, and Samsung are all looking for ways to bring new health apps to wearable devices. Wristbands and other wearables can already give you information about your heart rate and a few other aspects related to your health. However, a lot of people have been hoping that this technology will also one day offer the ...

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Yo App Gets Hacked, Company Hires One of the Hackers

Yo, the strangely popular zero-character messaging app that earned itself well over one million users in its first week, has hired one of the hackers that hacked the app last week in an effort to improve its stability. The app, which only allows users to send each other a message that says “Yo,” was hacked Friday morning by three students ...

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Microsoft offers 15GB free and more with OneDrive overhaul

Microsoft announced today on its  OneDrive blog that it is completely revamping it’s OneDrive cloud storage options. In order to better compete with the likes of Google and Dropbox, Microsoft has changed up its entire OneDrive structure and pricing options, starting with a free 15GB just for signing up. That is more than double Microsoft’s previous offering of 7GB, and matches Google’s ...

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Samsung launching new Android Wear smartwatch

It looks like Samsung will again team up with Google for yet another device. CNET reports that Samsung is planning to launch a smartwatch, similar to their already existing Galaxy Gear, which will instead run the new Android Wear, a modified version of the Android operating system tailored for smartwatches and other wearable tech. The device is expected to be announced, ...

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Luxury Google Glass Gets First U.S. Third-Party Retailer

Just when you thought Google Glass might be out of your price range, NET-A-PORTER.COM, a specialty online luxury fashion retailer, has begun offering luxury designs of Google Glass to U.S. customers, becoming the first third-party retailer to offer the technology. The website is selling a limited number of DVF Made for Glass optical and sunglass styles that were designed by Diane von Furstenberg ...

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