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Nokia’s mid-range “Zeal” is in the works

We’re only hours away from the Nokia special press event, but insiders have already began reporting the latest scoop on what Nokia won't unveil at the event, most of which are details regarding another Windows Phone 8 device that is currently on the drawing table. (more…)

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Huawei Ascend D1 quad-core late to the race

Huawei has their fair share of budget smartphones, but in terms of a flagship that’s up to date like the rest of the quad-core powerhouses out there, Huawei is lagging behind somewhat.  The quad-core Ascend D1 was supposed to see the light of day in early 2012, but problems with

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Is HTC working on a Galaxy Note of its own?

HTC hasn’t seen great smartphone sale numbers lately, but that’s okay, it just means that the Taiwan-based company is pouring more effort into developing more products that are quietly brilliant.  Next up on the HTC rumor mill is a 5-inch smartphone that’s probably aimed at the “phablet” market for which

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Half-Life Black Mesa drops September 14!

We’re about a week and a half away from the re-release of Half-Life, but this time it has better graphics, physics, and a slight change in storyline.  Best of all, it’s free!  Half-Life Black Mesa has been in the works for quite some time, and recently the project website posted

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Apple wants to ban more Samsung devices in the U.S

Last month, a California court awarded Apple USD $1.05 billion after it found Samsung willfully infringed Apple’s patents.  The story definitely hasn’t ended there as the Cupertino-based iPhone maker has submitted a new list of devices that it thinks should be banned for patent infringements. (more…)

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Pirate Bay co-founder Gottfrid Warg arrested in Cambodia

Pirate Bay co-founder Gottfrid Svartholm Warg has been arrested in Phnom Penh, Cambodia after the Swedish government made the request for his detention to the Cambodian.  Warg is in custody, but according to a spokesperson for Cambodia’s police, Cambodia does not have an extradition treaty with Sweden. (more…)

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Haier unveils Gaze TV: uses eye-tracking controller

Motion sensing controllers are a big part of the video game industry, and in light of that success, various firms are adapting technologies like Microsoft’s Kinect for use in other industries.  Haier, a Chinese consumer electronics manufacturer, recently unveiled a TV that uses sensors to detect eye movements to control

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