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Daily Deal: 64% off ReVIVE Solar Charger

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It’s quite clear that the biggest negative of owning a smartphone is the poor battery life, and although manufacturers are doing a good job to increase battery capacity, at times it is just not good enough.

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Google brings out fixes for Chrome, adds Beta Channel for Android

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A new update for Google’s Chrome browser has been pushed out today, and although nothing significantly special has been added, change notes show a good amount of bug fixes, flash updates, and other added performance increases to improve browser speed. Cosmetic-wise, nothing much has changed, other than a much needed bookmark search tool, accessible via the Chrome omnibox.

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A simpler outlook on 4G LTE from MetroPCS

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MetroPCS has brought out a range of simpler 4G plans, at reasonable prices without any strange usage limits or barriers stopping 4G data usage.

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New Panasonic Electronic Touch Pen Allows Drawing on the Big Screen

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The new Electronic Touch Pen allows you to digitally draw on Panasonic compatible TVs via Bluetooth.

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Sumitomo Electric Launches Sample Products of Thin Thunderbolt Cable

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Thunderbolt cables are a fairly new technology that is capable of transfering data via the cable at an amazing 12 gigabits per second.

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Daily Deal: 50% off Sennheiser MM 450 Flight Bluetooth Headset with Noise Cancellation

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Sennheiser is a brand that takes its headphones seriously, just like anyone who may want to buy their products. However, prices are usually high for decent headphones worthy of satisfying a true audiophile, and there’s often no cheap alternative.

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Ematic FunTab Family Tablet Range Running Android 4.0 Launches at CES

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We’ve seen an increase in tablets aimed at younger audiences recently, and Ematic are currently showcasing four more Android pads to add to this range.

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Velocity Introduces Two Budget 10-inch Tablets with Jelly Bean Onboard, Starting at $199

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The fairly unheard of Velocity will be shipping out two new tablets this year to the US market, both of which are affordable pieces of equipment running Android 4.1 Jellybean. Both devices have a 10.1 inch display with a resolution of 1,024x728.

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Belkin WeMo Light Switch Turns Off and On with your Android Device

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In the future, I imagine a world where everything around us can be controlled by a small device like a smartphone or pocket watch. As time goes by, more and more signs seem to point at how close this future might be. Belkin is currently displaying a product at CES that really shows the potential of what the future might hold.

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Nvidia Introduces Project Shield Gaming Handheld, Features Tegra 4 Technology

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NVIDIA has just shared the first details of their new Project Shield, a portable Android gaming system that comes with a built-in controller and the full Android experience straight from the box.

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Modern Combat 4 Game Review

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Gameloft has finally released Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour, and at a first glance, it looks stunning. The game feels very polished right from the UI and menu navigation all the way to the great multiplayer progression and the singleplayer campaign

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Baseball Superstars 2013 Review

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Baseball Superstars 2013 is a sports game with an RPG mentality. It’s become quite the norm for Gamevil to put in extensive character progression within their games, and this is no different with Baseball Superstars 2013. Although the game is perhaps not as action-orientated as other baseball games currently on the market, Baseball Superstars 13’ still has a great mixture ...

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Intel and Unnamed Partner are Working on an Android Tablet?

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An FCC filing has been made on Intel’s behalf for a new tablet codenamed “Red Ridge,” and with CES just around the corner, it is more than likely we will be seeing the tablet soon enough.

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SHADOWGUN: DeadZone Game Review

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DeadZone puts players into the same universe that Madfinger created with the first Shadowgun game, but this time around, the new game is solely based on multiplayer. The third person tactics used against Shadowgun AI may be useful in singleplayer, but how much does the multiplayer aspect change the game mechanics? And what have Madfinger done to keep the game compelling and enjoyable in a multiplayer environment?

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Google Ingress Android Game Review

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Google’s huge power across the globe instantly gives them a step up from any other games with similar mechanics, and this along with the fact that Ingress plays on their own operating system, Android, gives them a huge advantage over anyone else who tries to develop a successful multiplayer GPS game.

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