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$10 off Tokyo Flash Watches

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iPhone Gets Glowing Bezel Notifications with FLASHr Case (Video)

While the iPhone also has notifications, it only does so with the rear-facing LED flash. If you have your iPhone face-up on a desk, you may never notice that light. With FLASHr, you will.

Wind Mobile Launches Huawei Ascend P1 Android ICS Smartphone

Huawei may not be quite the same kind of household name as Samsung or Motorola, but the Chinese company has quietly been increasingly its market share by approaching more affordable alternatives to its competitors.

Contest: Win Any Tokyo Flash Watch You Like!

You know those fancy Tokyo Flash watches that are so advanced and futuristic you'll be the only one capable of telling the time on it after you study the manual? Well, they do look awesome, and their actually not that hard to use. So we've teamed up with Tokyo Flash to offer our readers this great contest.

Ouya Console Raises $1 Million Kickstarter Funding in 8 Hours

In fact, the Ouya video game system is now the fastest ever Kickstarter project to raise $1 million, achieving this feat in a mere 8 hours and 22 minutes. But the funding didin't stop there.

Start-Up Muxi Attempting To Take On LinkedIn With Its New Professional Social Network

In recent times, the social networking scene has become awfully crowded as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn have quickly taken the center-stage.Despite the overcrowding, new social networks like Google Plus have continued to pop up and attempt to grab a piece of the social networking pie. While Google Plus is generally aimed at the more casual social networking crowd, it seems that a new mobile-first startup, Muxi, is attempting to dive into LinedIn territory with its own social network for professionals.

Everything You Need to Know About Apple iOS 6

Apple's WWDC 2012 kicked off today with the keynote and one of the big announcements was the unveiling of "the world's most advanced mobile operating system." So, what's new with iOS 6?

Review: Samsung HMX-QF20 HD Camcorder

The Samsung QF20 is a very compact camcorder, but it comes loaded with a number of impressive features, like integrated Wi-Fi and an assortment of art filters.

Unique Video-Taking Glasses Make Taking Video Footage Easier Than Ever

I'm sure it's happened to you more than once in your life, that perfect Kodak moment that you wished you could have taken a picture of, or even better, recorded. Unfortunately, by the time you whipped out your smartphone and brought up the camera/video app, the opportunity was gone. The future of recording is about to get a heck of a lot more convenient. A new pair of hypster chic techno-glasses are inspired by Clark Kent, and offer an easy push-button for recording your life's moments.

CISPA Cybersecurity Bill Passes US House, Might Not Get Through The Senate

The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) has not sparked too many protests compared to SOPA and PIPA, but it is certainly a reality and the US House of Representatives has passed the bill by a vote of 248-168.

Samsung Galaxy S3 Announcement Coming May 3rd

We were hoping that Samsung would officially take the wraps off the hotly anticipated Galaxy S3 smartphone at MWC, but that didn't happen. Now, it looks like Samsung Mobile Unpacked 2012 in London will be the chosen venue for the unveiling.

Future MacBooks Could Be Even Thinner, Have Surround Sound

While having a reliable source inside Apple is a good way to learn about the company’s plans for the future, another simpler way is following their patent applications. According to an application published by the United States Patent & Trademark Office, Apple appears to have plans to add a surround sound audio system into MacBook-like devices, and this system might help them to make even thinner products.

Manage Your Smartphone on Your Desktop with Phonedeck

Ever wondered how many minutes you spend talking to one specific person? Or perhaps you want to continue an TXT message from your laptop? The new Phonedeck smartphone-management solution will do that and more.

Some of the Best and Worst of April Fools 2012

Yesterday was April Fools' Day, i'm sure most of you didn't realize it. So what else do large companies with over the top budgets on attempting to create viral videos do? They attempt to make us laugh by revealing fake products with fake announcements. Some of these are quite stupid, actually, most of them are, but you can decide for yourself, have a gander after the jump.

ION Air Pro POV Cloud Camera (Video)

High speeding down the slopes, you cut through a half dozen trees before lifting off and grabbing huge air, you think, shouldn't I be recording this? If you did, you have to wait until you get to a computer before uploading your adventure to the world. That's not the case if you own the ION Air Pro HD camera. It lets you share your clips in real time to social networking sites.

Asus Transformer Primes Giveaway By Our Uber Friends

It’s always fun when a giveaway is announced and it’s even better when what will be available for free is a popular Android tablet. Our friends at Ubergizmo have announced that they have partnered with NVIDIA for giving away two Asus Transformer Prime tablets (for two winners) and you just have to post a comment to participate.

Ice Cream Sandwich for Galaxy S II Coming By March 15?

And it's about to get a lot sweeter too, since we're hearing that Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich will be rolled out to the Galaxy S2 by March 15, if not earlier.

MWC 2012: Shazam Unveils Android Beam Support

Shazam has just announced that its media discovery app is about to get a whole lot better thanks to its support of the NFC-based Android Beam technology.

Mercedes-Benz Integrates SIRI Into A-Class Models

What's better than using Siri to navigate through your iPhone? Using SIRI to control many of the functions in your Mercedes-Benz A-Class, that's what.

Blackberry Playbook OS 2 Update Includes Android Emulation

t's no secret that RIM's Playbook hasn't exactly been met with tons of support and enthusiasm. Despite several price cuts, nothing RIM has done so far has made any difference in terms of getting consumers to flock to its tablet. So are they throwing in the towel? Not yet, in fact they've just started releasing commercials to promote its update, OS 2.

Socializing Makes Up 91% of Mobile Internet Access

Apparently, above all else, we use our mobile Internet devices to socialize with other. Who said basking in the glow of a small display was antisocial behavior?

Proview Demanding $1.6 Billion In Lawsuit Against Apple iPad Name

Back in 2006, Taiwanese company Proview Electronics agreed to sell the rights to the iPad name over to Apple for $55,000. The problem is that Apple didn't manage to secure the rights in China, where the name is still owned by subsidiary Proview Technology.

US Cellular Introduces First LTE Devices: Galaxy Tab 10.1 And Galaxy S Aviator

US Cellular has finally joined the 4G LTE Bandwagon, launching its own service. While many of us have been expecting this for a while, it was a bit unclear which 4G LTE phones would be the first to hit US Cellular's new network.

IKEA Spoka Lamp Controlled By Android Smartphone (Video)

From controlling a TV to helping us park our cars, smartphones these days are capable of doing a lot of things that make our lives a whole lot easier. And now you can add the Ikea SPOKA lamp to the list. The image above is not from the set of a new sci-fi movie, it’s a Spoka night lamp from IKEA being hacked for Android automation.

Sprout Social for Android Review

Sprout Social has been around as a web-based desktop client for some time and they've also offered an iOS app for a while. Now, they've updated the Android application to let you better "manage your social media on the go."

RoadRover Android Powered Dashboard At CES 2012

Although Detroit's NAIAS is thought of as the first big auto event of the year, the presence of automobile giants at CES suggests that the Las Vegas event is fast becoming the kick-off of the year's major auto events in regards to in-vehicle computing. We saw some interesting stuff at the automotive area of CES 2012 this year, one among which is the RoadRover Android-powered dashboard.

Kingston Wi-Drive Allows Kindle Fire To Expand Beyond 8GB

Earlier in 2011, the Wi-Drive was launched for IOS devices as a wireless portable storage system, and now it gets an Amazon Store app that lets it work with the Kindle Fire.

Acer Aspire S5: World’s Thinnest Ultrabook (Hands-On Video)

It appears like CES 2012 is going to be an event mainly intended for the thinnest this and thinnest that, just like last year. The newly-unveiled Acer Aspire S5 Ultrabook, which is the successor to the company’s Aspire S3, is the thinnest of its kind and it’s definitely going to turn more than a few heads at Las Vegas.

Android App For TiVo Released, Offers “Social Commenting”

A recent update to newer TiVo boxes adds functionality for a new Android app. The standard remote scheduling and guide views that we’ve seen from DirecTV and others are available, as well as a virtual remote for hardware that supports it. Social features integrate Twitter and Facebook into your couch potatoing too.

NVIDIA To Give Away Transformer Primes @ CES

And for those of you who are interested in free stuff, NVIDIA has announced that it will be giving away a free ASUS Transformer Prime every day during the show. If you are interested in trying your luck, just pay a visit to the company’s Facebook page and hit the Like button.

Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc HD Teased Ahead Of CES

CES is just around the corner and as expected, we are seeing a flood of announcements and teasers about what’s going to be showcased at the event. Sony Ericsson’s pre-CES teaser campaign started earlier with their messages on their Facebook and Google pages. Now the company has released yet another teaser, a few close-ups of an HD-capable smartphone.

Ask Ziggy Brings Siri-Like Functionality To Windows Phone

These days Siri is a pretty big deal, and something that really helps set the iPhone even further apart from the competition. With recent 3rd party efforts to create Siri plugins this experience has gotten even better. What about those that don't have an iPhone?

ASUS Transformer Prime To Get Android 4.0 ICS, Unlocked Bootloader And GPS Fix

Asus is updating its Transformer Prime firmware from 8.8.3.29 to build 8.8.3.33 which is meant to address several problems identified by the company. First, it attempts to "enhance GPS speed" by automatically downloading satellite location tables over WiFi.

Samsung DV300F Is The First DualView Camera With Wi-Fi

Samsung has come out with point-and-shoots earlier which featured Wi-Fi, the SH100 and the ST80 are two, but this is the first time that Wi-Fi has made its way into the new DualView camera style. The Samsung DV300F, which comes equipped with a 1.5-inch front-facing LCD (will help with self-portraits), has a 3-inch rear-facing display, 5x optical zoom, a 7.76mm 16 Megapixel CCD sensor, and a 4.5-22.5mm, f4.5 lens.

Hackers Bringing iOS Apps To Apple TV Before Apple

All this is made possible by MobileX, it's just like a SpringBoard on the iPhone but this one is coded just for Apple TV. It will be from here where you would be able to launch iOS Apps.

Help! The Android Emergency App That Could Save Your Life

Joseph Reilly guy has so far collected pledges in amount of $866 for just two days of the "Help!" app being announced as a Kickstarter project. His goal is $7,700, let's hope he will get it in the next 29 days of funding period or else.

ASUS Transformer Prime: Locked Bootloader Causes Uproar

The fine folks at XDA-Developers report that ASUS has chosen to lock a bootloader on its flagship tablet, the Eee Pad Transformer Prime. This is extremely sad news for all the tinkerers who were hoping to get Ice Cream Sandwich on this powerful tablet currently running a lightly customized stock ASUS Android 3.2 (Honeycomb).

Nokia Lumia Coming To The States With 4G?

It’s no secret that Nokia lost out on what they used to be in the United States. When Nokia announced its smartphone for the European market, many wondered when it would hit the Western world.

Dell Streak Gets Pentagon Approval

The United States Defense Information Systems Agency, or DISA, has just approved the Dell Streak. Running the Android 2.2 OS, the Streak 5 has been officially certified by DISA. This secure mobile device will not be used to handle any top secret or classified information, but it will be used for certain secure communications like Facebook, twitter and forwarding chain letters to your DISA buddies.

Telus Lands Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray Android Smartphone Exclusivity

The Sony Ericsson Xperia ray will be launching exclusively through Telus in Canada starting on November 2. Not surprisingly, it does all the things you'd expect from an Android phone from Sony.

Adobe Carousel Photo App Pretends To Be Free For iOS and Mac

It’s well known that Apple is no stranger to competition. The newest Photo Stream feature for Mac OS X and iOS are already fighting a little rose war with Adobe’s Carousel app and service for Mac and iOS. Judging from the buzz around Carousel though, it might be even turn out to be a formidable competitor to Photo Stream.

Innovative iPad Apps Give Voice To Children With Autism

The iPad is mostly perceived as just a toy. It's something you use to play Angry Birds and update your Facebook status. However, there appears to be a very special place for it in the classroom, particularly when it comes to children with special needs.

Angry Birds The Movie Confirmed

Those adorable Angry Birds that have taken over the world, not only have they reached 400 million downloads per month, they are planning a movie release too.

The Secret Ingredients To Google’s Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS

Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich software features are now public and the UI and experience has changed dramatically, enough so to get us excited about it. A new typeface called Roboto is used throughout the UI, while landscape controls have moved to the screen, making a bit of magic as they disappear when viewing videos or in widescreen mode.

Sprint to Kill WiMAX in Favor of 4G LTE

Right around that same time frame, Sprint will start rolling out its 4G LTE coverage. The deployment will start around the middle of next year and will be "largely completed" by 2013.

Scosche RDTX portable radiation detector for iPod and iPhone

Wouldn't it be useful if you could measure radiation without some super expensive industrial equipment? Scosche thinks so and that's why it has announced the RDTX portable radiation detector.

Interview with Jon Medved, CEO of Vringo (Facetones)

Facetones is a mobile app that generates a video slideshow of your friends' Facebook photos whenever they call you or you call them. It automatically matches your phone's contact list with your Facebook friends so that when you ring each other, you see a visually exciting video slideshow of their pictures on your phone.

Social media being used to rob your home

You may enjoy posting your exact location at any given moment, sharing them with friends, family, and the cloud. What you are doing, where you live or where you work, among others, but one thing you should keep in mind is that this could be seen by everyone, including the people who may be plotting to rob your entire home.

Flickr’s new app for Android lets you filter and tag

Do you use flickr? How would you like to from your phone? Well, here’s some good news. You can now access the popular photo sharing service with the use of an official Flickr app for Android phones. You may wonder why it took them so long to launch this one but of course, only Flickr can answer that.

Flipboard-challenging Evri for iPad app launches for free

Pronounced like "every," Evri is an app that aggregates the various news sources from the around the Internet, as well as stuff happening in the social sphere.

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