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Wear the iNecklace with Class

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If you are the type of person who loves fashion jewelry and technology at the same time, you will definitely be pleased with the news that an adorable piece of techy jewelry is already rolled out in the market! Of course, it’s not like wearing your cellphone or your tablet as earrings or bracelets—that is way too obvious. Some experts say that there are more subtle ways to show off your devices.

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Shadowgun for iOs Now Available

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Addicted to the game Shadowgun? Well, we can't really blame you for becoming one of those Shadowgun fanatics because the game is really cool and amazing. Would it spark your interest if we told you that Shadowgun can now be played on your iPad or iPhone?

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BMW i3 and i8 Concepts: Vehicles that will Rock Your World

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The BMW Company has been selling thousands and thousands of cars ever since it was established. Known for its cutting-edge designs and features, BMW is one of the most preferred cars by people in any part of the planet. At present, two new concepts are being introduced by the automobile company—the BMW i3 and the BMW i8 concepts.

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US Government taking closer look at Google’s Moto Purchase

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When Google announced it would buy Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion, it's fair to say even we were a little shocked. What a game-changer! But this acquisition proposal has been subjected to close scrutiny by the United States government.

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Check out the Rover App-Controlled Spy Tank

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The Rover Spy Tank lets you follow your neighbours, friends, cat or whoever. The Rover is operated by an iOS device and it uses a direct Wi-Fi connection along with an app to allow viewing on the onboard video camera, capture some snapshots and move it from one place to another.

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Ford E-bike concept unveiled

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Ford, the company which is well-known for creating four-wheeled motor cars, has unveiled something new to the world. During the Frankfurt Motor Show, Ford revealed its new breakthrough product—the electric bicycle or e-bike.

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Toshiba Thrive 7” Tablet shipping in November for $400

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Toshiba seems to be cooking up something in time for the holiday season. No, it’s not your favorite sushi or tempura but some sassy gadgets that will surely make your mouth water as well. The AT 200 is not the only tablet the company is planning to launch when it announced the latest addition to its Thrive Tablet collection—the Thrive 7” Tablet.

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Google says mobile optimized sites will allow better performance in AdWords

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Google announced that it is now possible for websites which have been optimized for mobile to increase their ad quality. Google explained that they began to limit ad serving on cell phones last year if the visitor had selected pages that contain Flash-heavy content because they only wanted to improve the browsing experience of their users.

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Lo and Behold the Health Tracker Watch!

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A new product will be rolled out in the market at the latter part of this year—the B1 Basis Band which is pegged at around $199. This is a device which tracks the heart and health and is comprised of various sensors which can measure a person’s heart rate non-stop. The device also features other important indicators such as sleep patterns, calorie intake and other metrics of health.

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Logitech Harmony Link Transforms Androids into Universal Remote

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The Harmony Link needs a Wi-Fi network and a free link app for Logitech Harmony before you can actually use it. Good news: if you installed the Harmony Link on an iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad or other Android-based gadgets, you will be able to use the item as a remote control for up to eight home-entertainment appliances. You can save some amount because of this item!

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What’s new in Internet Explorer 9 Mobile

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The web browser is a very important feature of any smartphone, and engineers working in different companies to think of the ways to make browsing on your phone easier and more enjoyable.

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Patent Trolling Costs $500 Billion

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Lodsys is a company which purchases potentially great and super broad patents, and it employs these patents to threaten to litigate those who “might be infringing” on them. They do this by searching for a patent, finding out how many people are working on it and then they buy that patent.

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Sprint pulls Mil-Spec Motorola Admiral Android smartphone video

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A mil-spec smartphone model from Motorola is set to be released into the market soon. Sprint has not yet given any information about the forthcoming Motorola Admiral phone but the company has uploaded the video of the device and then pulled it shortly after.

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Cellphone use can lead to Myopia

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Do you spend hours of browsing through your phone or tablet, or maybe a long period of time playing games on your devices? Well, this recent news can affect your lifestyle especially when it comes to mingling with your beloved gadgets.

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Gmail Mobile Now Supports Multiple Sign-ins

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Do you have multiple accounts on Gmail? Well, you will no longer have to undergo some hassles when using Gmail with your mobile phone because the site now has a support system for multiple sign-ins. This means that you will never perform the cycle of logging in and out just to check your other e-mail accounts because Gmail will allow you to use several accounts simultaneously!

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