Sony Unveils the Xperia T3: A Solid Mid-Range KitKat Device

On Tuesday, June 3, Sony launched a new smartphone, the Xperia T3. The Xperia T3 was, "created exclusively for those looking to stand out from the crowd."Sony News Center, "Stand out from the crowd with the stylish and slim Xperia T3 smartphone from Sony," 3 June 2014 Sony has already released its new high-end [...]

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We Have A Deal, Sprint & T-Mobile Agree To Merge For $32 Billion

Much of the talk in the wireless industry lately has been about Sprint possibly acquiring T-Mobile. Sprint's parent company, Softbank has been in talks with T-Mobile's parent company Deutssche Telekom have been in discussions over the last year. Three years ago the nation's second largest wireless carrier AT&T had also tried to buy T-Mobile but [...]

Contrary To Popular Belief, Blackerry Is Not Dead Yet

When Walt Mossberg, Kara Swisher and the entire AllThingsD crew left the Wall Street Journal you weren't thinking those hot seat interviews were dead, were you? Well new Blacbkerry CEO John Chen was in the hot seat on Wednesday at the inaugural re/code Code Conference the new conference starring the former AllThingsD team. Re/Code co-founders [...]

Toplist: A New Approach to Social Commerce

         We just came across a pretty interesting mobile app. Toplist is a shopping app, but it takes a lot of cues from social networks. There have been a few social commerce apps and companies, but Toplist thinks that these guys had the wrong idea. Rather than just a repository for people to dump [...]

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MBLOK: 250GB of Bluetooth Accessible Storage in Your Pocket

The advent of the cloud has drastically changed the way that we interact with computers. The cloud has, essentially, made mobile storage - things like USB flash drives, and external hard drives - unnecessary. That is, unless you are storing a huge amount of files. In that case, you have to pay for space upgrades. There [...]

Flappy Bird To Return in August with Multiplayer

Miss Flappy Bird? Well you're in luck. Flappy Bird creator Dong Nguyen told CNBC's Kelly Evans that the wildly addictive game would be back in August of this year. In February, Nguyen pulled Flappy Bird from the app stores for being too addictive. No kidding, the game was downloaded more than 50 million times. What's more, the game [...]

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Motorola Launches the Moto E, a $129 KitKat Device

On Tuesday, Motorola announced a new phone, the Moto E. While this was not the flagship device - dubbed the Moto X+1 - that had been speculated, this is a major announcement. We will get into the Moto E below, but Motorola made another significant announcement during the press event. The company also announced an [...]

iMoveCharger: External Battery that Charges with Your Movement

Years ago, I had a kinetic watch. The battery was charged from everyday, normal movements: waling, driving, writing. You never had to worry about replacing the battery. If it stopped, all you had to do was shake it around. Since then, I have always wondered why that same concept could not be used in larger [...]

LG Teases the Upcoming Android Wear Powered G Watch, Weeks Ahead of G3 Launch

On Sunday, LG posted a new video, teasing the upcoming G Watch. The G Watch will be one of the first wearables powered by Android Wear, Google's project to extend Android into wearables, along with Motorola's upcoming Moto 360. While LG has yet to set a release date, or provide any technical details about the [...]

Snapchat Reaches Settlement with FTC Over non-Disappearing Photos

On Thursday, Snapchat agreed to a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission over charges of customer deception. The FTC alleged that Snapchat, "deceived consumers with promises about the disappearing nature of messages sent through the service."FTC Press Releases, "Snapchat Settles FTC Charges That Promises of Disappearing Messages Were False," 8 May 2014 Further, the [...]

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