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Oct 31, 2013
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Nexus 5 specs, rumours, price and release date - http://bit.ly/1aDf2PR

Nexus 5 specs, rumours, price and release date - http://bit.ly/1aDf2PR


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Oct 21, 2013
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The Start Button Cometh!




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Oct 1, 2013
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Sep 30, 2013
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Halo 4 running on a Windows Phone

Halo 4 running on a Windows Phone



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Mar 27, 2012
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It’s not looking good for BlackBerry

It’s not looking good for BlackBerry


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Mar 27, 2012
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parislemon:

joshuanguyen:

(via What’s in a Name? | The Intercom Blog)

It all makes sense now…

parislemon:

joshuanguyen:

(via What’s in a Name? | The Intercom Blog)

It all makes sense now…


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Mar 27, 2012
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thenextweb:

Go to your Gmail account, fire up Settings, and scroll down a bit in the ‘General’ section. Right, now when you see the following option, make the selection as shown in the image below: Now, head back to your inbox, and revel in your ability to sort email in a very simple fashion. (via A Very Simple Gmail Tip)

thenextweb:

Go to your Gmail account, fire up Settings, and scroll down a bit in the ‘General’ section. Right, now when you see the following option, make the selection as shown in the image below: Now, head back to your inbox, and revel in your ability to sort email in a very simple fashion. (via A Very Simple Gmail Tip)



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Mar 15, 2012
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Nokia Windows 8 tablet –– officially under development


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Mar 15, 2012
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RIM’s BlackBerry platform has very little left to offer in the way of USPs – BBM is now gone, as is push email. Apple’s iOS, Google’s Android platform and even Microsoft’s Windows Phone all do everything RIM’s BlackBerry OS does and more

http://www.knowyourmobile.com/smartphones/rim-blackberry/blackberry-torch-9860/torch-9860-reviews/1282770/blackberry_torch_9860_review.html


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Mar 14, 2012
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New computer chip seeks to create an “internet of things”
The Flycatcher, a new computer chip from a UK firm, will be capable of connecting traffic lights, parking meters and possibly even forests in the future.
According to the BBC, the firm, Arm Holdings, says that tiny microcontrollers based on what has been termed “Flycatcher” architecture, will be able to create an “internet of things” able to connect to nearly every conceivable device or appliance.
The miniscule microchip (0.03 inches squared) is said to be the lowest powered of its kind ever created and will soon be in motors, sensors, lights and heating systems.

smarterplanet:

New computer chip seeks to create an “internet of things”

The Flycatcher, a new computer chip from a UK firm, will be capable of connecting traffic lights, parking meters and possibly even forests in the future.

According to the BBC, the firm, Arm Holdings, says that tiny microcontrollers based on what has been termed “Flycatcher” architecture, will be able to create an “internet of things” able to connect to nearly every conceivable device or appliance.

The miniscule microchip (0.03 inches squared) is said to be the lowest powered of its kind ever created and will soon be in motors, sensors, lights and heating systems.