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Nikon Showcases Android Powered Coolpix S800c


The growth of smartphone sales over the past several years has led to lower demand for compact cameras. However, Nikon hopes to reverse that trend by incorporating the Android operating system into its latest compact camera. Nikon is describing its new point-and-shoot, the Coolpix S800c, as a “social imaging device.” The Coolpix S800c comes with […]

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Lookout AT&T, Verizon: Unlimited Data Plan Returns to T-Mobile


As the largest wireless carriers, AT&T and Verizon, have done away with unlimited data plans over the lase few years, T-Mobile has decided to bring them back. The nation’s fourth largest wireless carrier has announced that it will start selling unlimited data plans once again starting September 5. T-Mobile has been losing customers to both […]

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Apple Patent Granted to Skip TV Commercials


Annoying commercials may no longer hinder your ability to enjoy watching television. Apple was just granted a patent that allows users to skip TV commercials. Instead of hearing ads about the newest cars for sale, restaurants, and banks, you could play your favorite song or music video during the breaks from your programming. Dish Network’s […]

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Apple Makes Changes at Foxconn Companies, but More Are Needed


Apple has come under international scrutiny in the past few years for high suicide rates at its partner Foxconn’s Chinese factories, one of the main suppliers for Apple products around the world. Recently, the Fair Labor Association, or FLA, released its report on the state of Foxconn, detailing which steps the company had already taken […]

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Apple And Samsung Set To Go To Jury


As the Apple-Samsung court case goes to jury, the entire high-tech world is watching with bated breath. This case has the potential to transform mobile development for the foreseeable future. As smart phones have become indispensable tools for modern people, Apple and Samsung have committed to a fierce struggle for the soul of buying public. […]

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Dell’s Profits Shirnk 18% as Mobile Computing Puts PC Sales in a Slump


Dell was once the most well-respected and recognized computer company on the planet. Those days appear to be over, at least for now. Dell reported an 18% loss in their profits over the last estimates. While other PC makers like HP and Lenovo are also struggling due to the emergence of the iPad, Dell’s struggles […]

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Buy a New ‘Hover Bike’, Be a Star Wars Jedi


Many people envision a future in which people can fly around in cars rather than drive them. The possibilities for such a feat may still be within the realm of possibility, but with a twist. Instead of flying cars, we might now have access to bikes that hover over the ground. Any Star Wars fan […]

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Tim Hortons to Offer Free Wifi


Canadians rejoice! The Tim Hortons coffee and doughnut chair will soon be offering free WiFi patrons. The goal is to have the service available to 90 percent of its Canadian locations by September. This is a free service for any customer inside of the store. The chain is trying to create convenience for customers to […]

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iPad Mini Rumors Reach a Fever Pitch


Apple has long been plagued with rumors about a miniature version of its best-selling iPad tablet, but never before has the rumor mill been so convinced the device is on its way. Faced with rising competition from tablets like the Kindle Fire and Google’s Nexus 7, both of which retail for just $199, Apple is […]

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RIM’s Future Looking Grim as Shares Tank By Worried Investors


Research in Motion has seen better days. With their stocks slowly plummeting, RIM has become a sinking ship. In June 2011, the company announced that their quarter one, 2011 revenue will drop for the first time in years. At that time, RIM also unveiled plans to reduce its workforce to begin saving money and consolidating […]

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