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Did Apple just win the Flash on mobile device’s fight?

Will the iPad and iPhone ever have Flash content? The final answer is no. Adobe has announced this week that it is going to stop development on mobile devices and focus on HTML 5. Adobe says they just could not compete with HTML 5. While many might think it was just because Apple would not [...]

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How Long Will Sprint’s Unlimited Data Last?

Sprint is the only carrier to offer unlimited data on the iPhone 4S in the US. With “World phone” capability, the iPhone is now more accessible than ever before. It is finally available on three major US networks: AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint. Sprint paid through the nose to get the ability to sell the iPhone. [...]

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How Close Are We To Wireless Electricity?

Actually, wireless electricity debuted at TED over two years ago. WiTricity CEO Eric Giler demonstrated a magic device that wirelessly powered a TV and some smartphones: Though the idea of wireless electricity has been around since Tesla, things are finally getting started. WiTricity, manufacturer IHI, and Mitshubishi motors are getting together to make wireless chargers for electric [...]

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Crowd Mug: Take Pictures And Make Money

No, this isn’t a flash mob for muggers. Hopefully they don’t ever make an app for that. Get a live view of a place This app does something more useful. Crowd mug lets you get a live preview of what a place looks like. The app lets you name the place, the price, and if [...]

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The iPhone 4S – Is It Good Enough?

Apple just announced its iPhone 4S. After this announcement, Apple stock dropped. Why? Because we all wanted the iPhone 5. What the iPhone 4S is missing Here is what we expected, based on what the rumor mill gave us, but didn’t get: NFC technology (however, the iPhone 4S does include Bluetooth 4.0, which could act as an [...]

Samsung Gets Off Easy With Big Security Flaw

These types of issues are unbelievable to me. Mostly, because if this were Apple it would hammer every tech site on the web, and would probably even end up in the Wall Street Journal. I guess we don’t expect much more from Samsung. There are versions (read: AT&T) of the recently released Samsung Galaxy S [...]

The Newest and Most Innovative Tablet – (via Dwight Schrute)

Do you watch the Office? Because for a tech geek, and gadget lover, this is one of the best scenes in the history of the series. On Thursday night’s episode of the NBC show The Office, viewers got a surprise laugh when character Dwight Schrute introduced us to Dunder Mifflin-Sabre’s new tablet, The Pyramid. So [...]

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Check Out This: iPhone 5 Rumor Summary Infographic

Zagg Blog writers are always watching tech news. Combined, it seems like we read and re-read every rumor – especially iPhone 5 rumors. In the few months before any Apple product launch, there is an internet explosion of speculation and predictions about the device. It can be fun to see all the rumors. The iPhone [...]

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Why Smartphone Users Should Care About NFC

What is NFC? NFC stands for “Near Field Communication”. A device with an NFC chip shares data by tapping the device on a sensor. The sensor can read an NFC device up to 10 centimeters away. It’s been around for a while, but many of people still don’t know what it is and what it [...]

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Amazon Silk – The Fastest And Most Innovative Browser Yet?

Amazon just announced Silk, is a browser built for the era of cloud computing. It is perhaps the most innovative part of Amazon’s recent Kindle announcements. Built around “Dynamic split browsing”. Dynamic split browsing, Silk splits the browser work between your mobile device and Amazon’s servers, which brings you faster internet in several different ways: Fast [...]

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