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Samsung’s new Galaxy Gear ad tries to help you with the ladies, but misses the obvious

Samsung's new Galaxy Gear ad tries to help you with the ladies, but misses the obvious

While I enjoy a tech ad as much as the next guy, the latest ad for Samsung’s Galaxy Gear smartwatch is a bit over the top, and it paints Samsung’s other products in a negative light. Here’s the ad: The ad prominently features two men trying to pick up the same woman, first on the…

Google’s personalized year-end Auto-Awesome video campaign is another compelling reason to use Google+

Google's personalized year-end Auto-Awesome video campaign is another compelling reason to use Google+

Image Note: Click the image to view in full gif-glory. Though the Google+ social network is over-saturated with geeks, several Google+ features were built with mainstream consumers in mind. The best Google+ feature is easily automatic photo backup, which automatically uploads your iPhone and Android pictures and videos to Google’s ever expansive personal cloud. In…

First Google Glass units roll off production line as technical specs and companion app emerge

First Google Glass units roll off production line as technical specs and companion app emerge

Google Glass is the realization of every tech nerd’s dream, a computer you wear on your face which displays and captures information of the world around you. Glass is widely viewed as the next step towards a world in which we’re connected on a near 24/7 basis, with information constantly being streamed to our retinas…

Starbucks expands Pick of the Week, adding free apps and books for iOS users

Starbucks expands Pick of the Week, adding free apps and books for iOS users

Starbucks has long been running their Pick of the Week program, which provides free multimedia content to Starbucks’ customers. Customers using the Starbucks app were given access to a free song while either connected to the store’s WiFi networks or by using the iOS application connected to iTunes, and iBookstore and App Store goodies were…

Google unifying chat under Babel moniker?

Google unifying chat under Babel moniker?

If recent leaks are to be believed, Google is working on unifying its chat services under the moniker Babel. The project would bring together Google’s Talk application, Google+ chat, Gmail chat, providing a consistent experience across Android and iOS devices initially, with a potential move to other mobile platforms in the future. ¬†Google Voice has…

AT&T announces Galaxy S4 pricing; 16GB for $200, 32GB for $250

AT&T announces Galaxy S4 pricing; 16GB for $200, 32GB for $250

Image Credit: Engadget Just one day after AT&T announced pricing and availability for HTC’s flagship One phone, the company released similar information for the Samsung Galaxy S4. AT&T originally indicated the S4 would retail for $250, though that price point is reserved for the higher-capacity 32GB version of the device. A 16GB S4 will also…

AT&T to launch the HTC One on April 19th starting at $200 for 32GB (Update: Sprint too)

AT&T to launch the HTC One on April 19th starting at $200 for 32GB (Update: Sprint too)

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HTC retires “Quietly Brilliant,” gets bold in new advertising campaign

HTC retires "Quietly Brilliant," gets bold in new advertising campaign

The HTC One is arguably the best phone of 2013. While no other Android phone to date has matched the beauty and build quality of Apple’s iPhone, the HTC One finally brings Android hardware up to par. The HTC One is bold, which is more than what can be said of HTC’s advertising efforts in…

Google’s Android unit reportedly building a smartwatch

Google's Android unit reportedly building a smartwatch

Image Credit: Android Guys Despite the standard wristwatch falling from popularity in recent years, smartwatches are potentially destined to be big business over the next few years. Arguably the best efforts in this industry have come from lesser known manufacturers like Pebble, which took the smartwatch world by storm with its record-setting Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign…

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