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Apple stock closes in on $700

Apple is getting closer and closer to becoming the first company ever to hit the trillion dollar market cap.  After hour trading saw Apple stock hit the $700 mark, taking the Cupertino firm one step closer to making history. (more…)

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Fan anime-ify Star Wars

LucasArts need to check out this piece of work from Paul Michael Johnson (YouTube: Otaking77077).  The Star Wars franchise encompasses decades of films and artwork by many talented people.  Johnson’s anime approach is unfinished, but his short take on Star Wars is positively delightful. (more…)

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iPhone 5 pre-order moves to September 14?

Today is the purported day when Apple is going to drop the big iPhone 5 bomb at a press event, but pre-orders for the next-gen phone may not begin until September 14—previously, pre-order was rumored to begin on the same day as the press event. (more…)

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Avoid iPhone 5 scammers

Many people are anticipating the release of the iPhone 5, but a huge chunk of those people are speculators who just want to cash in on the device by obtaining the device first and then selling it at outrageous prices.  Therefore, it’s no surprise that prior to its launch; legitimate

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iPad mini may not have cellular capabilities

A few weeks ago, reports began rolling in that the iPad mini may not come with a rear camera, and now there’s another speculation that only Wi-Fi models will be available.  Most people are expecting the mini to be between USD $200 to $300, so a camera-less and cellular-less tablet

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HTC One ST looks hot

A fiery red Ferrari is always a head-turner, but what about a smartphone?  Colors do matter, and HTC is nailing it with the HTC One ST—a mid-range Android smartphone that’s probably going to hit Chinese market first. (more…)

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Taliban could be using Facebook to spy on the military

  Social media has become such a powerful tool that, aside from its marketing influence, militaries around the world are cautioning their troops to stay alert when ‘friending’ someone.  Terrorist organizations such as the Taliban may be using social media sites such as Facebook to gain military intelligence through fake

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FCC wants broadcasters to sell UHF to carriers

The increase in mobile data usage worldwide is putting a lot of strain on the spectrums that carriers currently own.  Rather than discourage the growth of data usage in the U.S, the Federal Communications Commission is hashing out a plan to encourage broadcasters to auction off their frequencies to mobile

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Nokia begins anew with the Lumia 920

Nokia has finally unveiled its latest flagship device, the Lumia 920 running Windows Phone 8.  Albeit, it’s probably not as powerful as quad-core devices from competing high-end Android variants, Nokia has certainly upped the ante in terms of specs and design. (more…)

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