Sprint Moves One Step Closer To LTE

December 28, 2011

We already knew Sprint would be transitioning its 4G network from WiMAX to LTE, and now the wireless carrier has deployed its first LTE cluster. Earlier this year, Sprint launched its first multi-modal tower in Branchburg, New Jersey. Now, Sprint has also completed the rollout of its first cluster of sites in Kankakee, Illinois. As […]

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MSI Introduces MultiConnect Panel And Voice Genie

December 28, 2011

MSI announced a new front control panel known as the MultiConnect Panel as well as the “world’s first” voice command technology with system boot control in the form of the Voice Genie. MSI’s MultiConnect Panel offers support for Wi-Fi 802.11n and Bluetooth 3.0 wireless as well as an OC Genie button that will enable MSI […]

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Toshiba Rolls Out Its First HD IP Video Surveillance Camera

December 28, 2011

Toshiba’s Surveillance & IP Video business unit sent us a note introducing its new IK-WD14A dome camera, the company’s first such model to sport a Full HD 1080p resolution so you can see what the bad guys are up to in sharp detail. According to Toshiba, it’s new HD surveillance camera will make it far […]

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Can Google+ Top 400 Million Users by the End of 2012?

December 28, 2011

If you fancy yourself a betting man, head over to Las Vegas and see if you can find anyone willing to wager which will happen first: the world will end, or Google+ will top 400 million members. Both are predicted to happen in the 2012, the former by the Mayans, and the latter by Paul […]

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An Interview with SiSoft Sandra Developer, Adrian Silasi

December 28, 2011

Last month, SiSoftware released the 2012 edition of Sandra, the popular system analysis and benchmarking program. We recently sat down with Adrian Silasi, the creator and chief developer of Sandra, to discuss how he got started, how Sandra distinguishes itself in a crowded marketplace, and whether we’ll see the utility popping up on other…

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New JXD S7100 MID Feels Awfully Familiar

December 28, 2011

If the website and slogan (“We are different”) that are clear Apple rip-offs are any indication, JXD’s new S7100 MID borrows heavily from other companies…and presumably doesn’t have the rights to anything the device does. The S7100 is an Android-based tablet designed to play arcade and older ROMs, or as the site says:…

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HH Hot Deals of the Day: LG 60" Plasma HDTV, Philips Headset

December 28, 2011

We’re mid-way through another week (and so close to some New Year’s celebrations!), and yet, the deals keep on rolling in courtesy of our friends at LogicBuy. On tap for you all this Wednesday morning we have some HOT deals on an LG 60” plasma television ($800 shipped!) and a Philips headband headset… 60″ LG […]

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Details On Next iPhone Body Leaked

December 28, 2011

That iPhone you got for Christmas? Already old news. Sorry. According to a report from BGR, the next iPhone will be out in the fall of 2012 and will sport a body redesign. It appears the new iPhone will have rubber or plastic built into the front bezel that will connect the glass screen with […]

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Windows Phone Marketplace Tops 50,000 Apps in 14 Months

December 28, 2011

Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform has a long way to go before it truly challenges Android and iOS for mobile dominance, but after a bit of a rocky start, it might be starting to hit its stride. According to All About Windows Phone (AAWP), one of the go-to blogs for Windows Phone app statistics, the Windows […]

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Acer: We Aren’t Giving Up On Tablets Just Yet

December 28, 2011

Quietly, and perhaps not so quietly, a lot of companies other than Apple are effectively throwing in the towel on tablets. And why not? The iPad owns at least 80% of the market, and with the $200 Kindle Fire now a reality, there’s hardly a slot to compete on margin or quantity. Dell’s Streak line […]

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