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Aren’t we all interested in getting a Google Glass? The only restraint seemingly is our pocket? Well the wait is over, now everyone can get their very own Google Glass and that too for only $20, yup, that ain’t a typo, that’s the price of the new and upcoming Faux.Glass, a new IndieGogo project that claims to better than the original Google Glass. A knockoff of Google Glass is not a new thing, many companies have tried and failed, but Faux.Glass is one promising project which can bring the technology...

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How to Root LG G2 Step by step guide to root LG G2, all variants AT&T G2 (D800) – D80010d Verizon G2 (VS980) – VS98010B (Shipping ROM) Verizon G2 (VS980) – VS98011A (OTA) T-Mobile G2 (Shipping ROM) KT F320k (Shipping ROM) Rogers D803 (Shipping ROM) Bell D803 (Shipping ROM) Telus D803 (Shipping ROM) OPEN D802 (Shipping ROM) You...

Thanks to 4Leakz we get to catch a 1 minute quick video of what is yet to come of one of the highly anticipated devices this season, the LG G2. Pictures have already been leaked featuring a giant yet beautiful edge-to-edge display, on screen Nexus like navigation buttons,  and uniquely set Power and Volume buttons, at the back of the device right below the camera.  Now that we have a video at hand, we can give some weightage to the rumors, with the device running Jelly Bean Android 4.2.2, pretty cool lock-screen...

All the brands these days are focussing heavily on the newest technology, everyone talks about the latest OS, the latest hardware, best screens, etc. but there was a day when the market dynamics were not so same, not so far away. Nokia – The Market Leader : There are a very few companies that came up with creative phones and innovative...

Cell phone industry  trends and fashion change every now and then. Initially the color screen phone trend started, jumping off from monochrome, a concept brought to light by Nokia 3510 : Followed by the camera phone craze, also introduced by Nokia with the launched of Nokia 3650 as a first camera phone with polyphonic ringtones supported with a large screen Later on the Nokia kept adding cell phones in the market by launching cell phones supported with joystick  and sliding functionalities       These...

  It all started with Samsung coming up as a very premium cell phone company catering to a very niche market and mostly women who used to carry a Gucci bag and wear the sought out brands. Men used to carry Nokia as a strong cell phone and women used to own Samsung as sleek and a sophisticated cell phone. The race as we know it, caught the...

Its a bitter truth that it took  ages for laptops to become what they are today, where as smartphones really stepped in at a great speed. One of the reasons could be the high penetration of cell phones through out the globe. I know evolution sucks. So far, evolution has worked for laptops. But there is a trend-shift as evident by changing minds of the consumers who need up-to-date gadgets. Or should I say that the the laptops have lost luck just because evolution has started favoring smartphones now? It’s...

  Samsung releases the Compact Phone with loads of advance features from Galaxy S4, this one is called Galaxy S4 Mini. Samsung is marketing S4 Mini as compact version, yet similarly powerful of the bestselling smartphone, Galaxy S4. Samsung galaxy S4 mini comes with 4.3 inch qHD Super AMOLED screen thats runs on Jelly Bean with Samsung’s extensive TouchWiz Interface. The Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini boasts powerful performance, that is equipped with a 1.7GHz dual core processor. the phone comes along with a 8-megapixel...

HTC isn’t going to let Nokia keep the Chinese limelight for long: the phone maker has just launched three variants of its late 2012 flagship phones for China’s mainland, all of which should reach local stores by mid-December. Those looking for sheer brawn will want the Butterfly. While it’s ultimately a slight variant on...

  Samsung’s Galaxy SIII is due to launch officially on May 3rd. We’ve already seen some blurry images of what might be the phone—but now an even more convincing example has surfaced in Vietnam. Engadget reports that the handset showed up on Vietnamese site Tinhte—though the original page is now down. No worries: we still...