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Coming Soon: A Google Tablet and a Google Tablet Store

What seems like so long ago, there were rumors of a Google phone. While vehemently denied by Google for the better part of 2009, in January 2010, Google unveiled the Nexus. With hardware from a partnership with HTC, the Nexus was typically the first device to receive Android operating system upgrades. The Nexus S followed in December 2010 before Google partnered with Samsung for last year’s Galaxy... 

SmartPhone Year-End Recap & 2012 Outlook

Samsung Galaxxy Nexus w/Android 4 “Ice Cream Sandwich” Last year (2011) was another banner year for smartphones. Apple’s rolled out three sizes of its flagship iPhone 4s, selling over 152,000 collectively. Google’s Android also enjoyed another banner year with several new models appearing every month in the United States and weekly world-wide. Sprint made a big stand, hosting the HTC... 

Smartphone & E-Reader Picks For The Gift Giving Season

It’s that time of year again when we all have to evaluate what the best tech toys to buy for the geek who wants all the greatest, newest gadgets. For all the gadget enthusiasts on your holiday shopping list, here’s some gift ideas I’ve come up with that I know will make your techie excited. SmartPhones iPhone The ever-popular iPhone is now available on Sprint’s wireless service. If it’s iPhone... 

New iPhone 4S Offers 8MP Camera, Cloud, iOS 5, Voice Control

To much fanfare, Apple released their newest iPhone, and it wasn’t the iPhone 5. The new smartphone is an upgraded version of their 15-month old iPhone 4, dubbed the iPhone 4S. The reviews are mixed, ranging from overjoyed fans to skeptical naysayers with a dash of confused fence-sitters who were waiting for the next big thing from Apple. While it wasn’t everything that many were expecting, it... 

Asus Launches Zenbook to Compete Against MacBook Air

The Asus Zenbook offers a seamless and smooth look, embedded keyboard and oversized, integrated touchpad all encased in a compact form factor of the machine They say Windows-based laptop PCs can never compare to the quick-on, sleek and technical specs of Apple’s MacBook models, specifically the thinnest of the lines, the MacBook Air. ASUS is trying to change that stereotype as they launched their... 

Motorola Launches DROID Bionic 4G

The year-long hype is over. Motorola’s long-awaited DROID Bionic has hit Verizon Wireless stores last week with a hefty list of features and a hefty $299 price tag. The sleek new phone is the latest to Big Red’s 4G LTE line-up and the first 4G phone with a dual-core 1GHz processor. Dubbing it “the device of the future today,” the DROID Bionic has the latest Android operating system (2.3.4 “Gingerbread”)... 

Samsung Galaxy S II 4G Released

Samsung made a big splash last year with their GALAXY S line of phones. Launched on all the major carriers, the GALAXY S line were fast and sleek Android phones. As August wound down, Samsung announced their new GALAXY S II line and all the features. With a design similar to an iPhone, the SIIs will be longer and slimmer than previous models. Featuring a 4.3” display and a large button that looks... 

Samsung Galaxy S II

At less than 8.5 mm, the Galaxy S II will redefine thin for smartphones. Samsung is poised to release the next phase of their popular Galaxy S line of phones. Building off the success of its current line, Samsung’s S II will continue on with its patented SuperAMOLED screens with brilliant color and incredible viewing – even in sunlight. A new, customizable user interface called Live Panel will... 

Back To School Gadget Must-Have’s

If you’re headed back to college or sending someone back to school this Fall, Apple wants to remind you they still have the goods, with their annual back-to-school new product launches. Launchpad gives you instant access to all the apps on your Mac in OS X Lion Mac OS X Lion Launchpad OS X Lion (v 10.7) has landed for the low price of $30. You can pick up the newest installment of the Mac operating... 

Google’s Google+ Social “Project” Unveiled

After over a year of speculation, Google announced their social “project,” dubbed Google+ (pronounced, “Google Plus”). Google has been careful to not refer to it as a network. In fact, they’re not even calling it a product. Officially from the Google announcement, it is a project consisting of a collection of online sharing tools. As the Johnny-come-lately, Google will be trying to gain acceptance... 
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