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First Physical Amazon Store Will Be Opened In New York City

First Physical Amazon Store Will Be Opened In New York City | Ubergizmo | Scoop.it
The world’s biggest online retailer will soon be opening its very first physical store. Amazon already has countless gigantic warehouses...
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Rumored HTC Eye Could Be Selfie Phone

Rumored HTC Eye Could Be Selfie Phone | Ubergizmo | Scoop.it
Now this might sound rather far fetched and out of this world, but what if you were told that there is an upcoming smartphone that caters to all...
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Android Catches Up With iOS In Global Web Traffic

Android Catches Up With iOS In Global Web Traffic | Ubergizmo | Scoop.it
Android and iOS are two bitter rivals on the mobile operating system front, and the world is generally split between these two where smartphones and...
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Google Nexus 4 Review

Google Nexus 4 Review | Ubergizmo | Scoop.it

It’s that time of the year, and Google has just introduced the Google Nexus 4, a smartphone designed by Google to embody the Android experience, and built in collaboration with LG which used its latest technology and manufacturing know-how which was acquired during the design of the recently launched, and excellent, LG Optimus G.
 

The Google Nexus 4 is different from other smartphones out there: for one, it comes with Google’s latest and greatest mobile OS: Android 4.2 (4.1 and 4.2 are code named ”Jelly Bean”). Secondly, Google will retail this smartphone as “unlocked” (will work with any carrier with a compatible network) for $299, which is about half of the regular price for comparable unlocked phones. Finally, the Google Nexus 4 is a “world phone” that should run with most GSM/HSPA+ natworks on the planet, including T-Mobile USA, which makes it a de-facto top choice for an out-of-contract smartphone.

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Apple sues food company for copying their logo

Apple sues food company for copying their logo | Ubergizmo | Scoop.it
Apple seems to be embroiled in lawsuits these days (I’d hate to think about how much their attorneys are getting [...]...
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Lenovo Ideapad U400, U300 – Macbook Pro Cousins

Lenovo Ideapad U400, U300 – Macbook Pro Cousins | Ubergizmo | Scoop.it
The Lenovo U400 is a 14” (1366×768) laptop and the latest addition to Lenovo’s line of thin and light computers.
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When Tablets Take Content To the Next Level

When Tablets Take Content To the Next Level | Ubergizmo | Scoop.it
“This post was brought to you by Samsung America. Check samsung.com to see a complete an overview of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet. The views expressed here are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent the views of Samsung or its partners.”

There is a lot of talk around tablets, but we are still in the infancy of this new computer format, and most people still haven’t tried a tablet for themselves. Yes, many users intuitively have a good instinct about what tablets can do when it comes to consuming content. There’s something familiar, yet exciting about it. Why? Because the content that users can consume on tablets is familiar: everybody can [...]...Read the full article on Ubergizmo
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Scribbly Stylus For Your iPad Simulates A Marker Pen

Scribbly Stylus For Your iPad Simulates A Marker Pen | Ubergizmo | Scoop.it
Before you start freaking out and thinking, “Why is that person destroying their iPad with that marker pen?!”, relax, because that’s not a marker pen, but rather the Scribbly. The Scribbly is actually a stylus that was created to mimic a marker pen in terms of its design, from the fat grip to the chunky tip, but it won’t actually stain your iPad’s screen with permanent ink, and sadly, neither will it come...
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Apple iPhone 5 production to begin this summer?

Apple iPhone 5 production to begin this summer? | Ubergizmo | Scoop.it
It seems that Apple’s much talked about next-generation iPhone has gone through the rumor mill so many times, you can’t [...]...
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New Verizon data plans in a simple chart form

New Verizon data plans in a simple chart form | Ubergizmo | Scoop.it
When it comes to numbers and figures, you can’t really go wrong by stating them down clearly and in plain [...]...
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Nokia N9 will run Android apps

Nokia N9 will run Android apps | Ubergizmo | Scoop.it
One of the major obstacles that new platforms have to face in today’s highly competitive smartphone world is the lack of an app ecosystem. No apps available for an operating system would be a deterrent for some people from adopting it – I mean, who would want to use a platform that didn’t have the apps you need in your daily life right?

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Apple iPhone 5 has dual LED flash?

Apple iPhone 5 has dual LED flash? | Ubergizmo | Scoop.it
One of the more notable news that concerns the upcoming Apple iPhone (let’s just call it the iPhone 5 for [...]...
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Google Now Found To Be Most Knowledgeable Compared To Siri And Cortana

Google Now Found To Be Most Knowledgeable Compared To Siri And Cortana | Ubergizmo | Scoop.it
As it stands there are several different voice assistants in the market today. For iOS we have Siri, for Android we have Google Now, and for Windows...
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Steve Wozniak Not Particularly Taken By The Galaxy Gear

Steve Wozniak Not Particularly Taken By The Galaxy Gear | Ubergizmo | Scoop.it
Steve Wozniak was one of the original co-founders of Apple, and despite him having a hand in starting up one of the more iconic tech companies in the...
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Microsoft Surface RT Review

Microsoft Surface RT Review | Ubergizmo | Scoop.it
With the Surface for Windows 8 RT tablet, Microsoft introduces a Windows computer that runs with the same chip which powers Android competitors. To consumers, it means that they can now have a Windows computer that looks like a tablet, weighs like tablet, behaves like a tablet, while being able to run a “real” version of Microsoft Office, along with a Windows desktop environment for file management and settings. The “PC” feel also includes a full-size USB port and Microsoft has managed to do that with a design as thick as the iPad 3 – this is a feat of industrial design.


In this review, we will tell you what the Microsoft Surface is made of, but more importantly, this complete review will cover what you can (and cannot) do with it, and we will provide some concrete examples that show what you can expect from the Surface RT in the real world. Let’s dive…

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Google Nexus 10 Review

Google Nexus 10 Review | Ubergizmo | Scoop.it

The end of year is traditionally when Google launches its new “pure Android” smartphone, but this year, Google came up with more than that. The Nexus 10 represents not only the best there is in terms of Android software, but incidentally, Google has also pushed the envelope in terms of hardware design and specifications. The company has worked with Samsung to design, and build what is simply the most powerful Android tablet to date. The specifications are quite evident.

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iOS 5 and iCloud training commences – iPhone 5 launch near?

iOS 5 and iCloud training commences – iPhone 5 launch near? | Ubergizmo | Scoop.it
Great news for those of you awaiting for news about the next generation iPhone’s launch – it might be happening [...]...
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iPhone 5 Lost in Bar, Again?

iPhone 5 Lost in Bar, Again? | Ubergizmo | Scoop.it
  Today’s iPhone 5 top story is that Apple may have lost an next-gen iPhone… in a San Francisco bar, [...]...
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DARPA XC2V prototype completed

DARPA XC2V prototype completed | Ubergizmo | Scoop.it
DARPA’s XC2V is a crowd-sourced military vehicle that has just seen its fully functional prototype getting the final touches before it is ready for action. Taking less than 14 weeks to built from ground up via the “FLYPMODE” concept from Local Motors, it shares a common chassis that can perform both combat resupply and medical evacuation missions. Of course, the XC2V is not armed in any way at the moment, [...]...
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Solar Sinter 3D printer builds beautiful objects in the desert

Solar Sinter 3D printer builds beautiful objects in the desert | Ubergizmo | Scoop.it
If you’re stuck in the middle of the desert – what do you have an abundance of? If you answered “time” you’re right. If you answered “sand and sun” – you’re also right. What can you do with all that time, sand and sun? Well, if you’ve got a Solar Sinter 3D printer you can use that time to create some beautiful glass structures from sand around you.

Markus Kayser, built the Solar Sinter, a 3D printer that works...
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LulzSec hacked by TeaMp0isoN

LulzSec hacked by TeaMp0isoN | Ubergizmo | Scoop.it
It looks like infamous hacking group LulzSec, has been bested by another hacking group named TeaMp0isoN_, led by a 17-year [...]...
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Sony Alpha A77 and A65 images spotted

Sony Alpha A77 and A65 images spotted | Ubergizmo | Scoop.it
Don’t you just love the Internet and how fast information travels? We now have the first few images (non-official, of course) of the Sony Alpha A77 and A65 models that will form part of Sony’s new APS-C camera range. No idea on the release date for either model, but we do know that it has been pushed back simply because of production issues that were affected because of the tsunami and [...]
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Is This Nokia’s First Windows Phone 7 Device?

Is This Nokia’s First Windows Phone 7 Device? | Ubergizmo | Scoop.it
The image above is actually a screen capture of a video during a presentation by Nokia’s CEO Stephen Elop and it appears to be running Windows Phone 7′s Mango update. In his presentation Stephen Elop had requested audience members to turn off all videos, cameras and recording devices, quoting “This is something that is super confidential and we do not want to see out in the blogosphere,” [...]...
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