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This wearable activity tracker is made out of solid metal

Tracking devices are exciting. I just posted about the new Jawbone UP 2. And now we have something a bit less conspicuous than the UP or the FuelBand. It’s a tiny little aircraft-grade aluminum disk that clips to you. Misfit Shine This new product on Indiegogo fundraising site needs a $79 pledge to get you [...]

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Mobile Gaming needs tactile controllers as well

Okay, so mobile gaming is taking off. The iPod touch is the ‘funnest iPod.’ We’re all impressed by the graphic and technical advances on these mobile devices. But in the end, they’re still all touch screens. Touch screens are great Nintendo understands the value of a touch screen. Just look at their last couple products. [...]

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An Entire City’s 4G LTE Network Can be Brought Down for $650

Researchers at Virginia Tech have made a startling discovery: an entire region’s 4G LTE network can be brought down with a device that costs $650 bucks. Of course, doing so would require some expertise in communications technology, but Marc Lichtman, the research assistant on the study, said “Any communications engineer would be able to figure [...]

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Nexus 7 + Mobile 3G Now Shipping from Google Play

Here’s the device many have been waiting for: the Google Nexus 7 + Mobile. A WiFi-only tablet is useful when you’re at home, at the office, or anywhere else there’s WiFi — but that leaves a lot of holes. We don’t have WiFi in our cars, at the beach, on the golf course, walking down [...]

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Olloclip for iPhone 5 Now Available for Pre-Order

One of my favorite accessories for my iPhone is the Olloclip, an external lens system that gives you three unique perspectives: fisheye, wide angle and macro. When I got rid of my trusty iPhone 4S in September, I missed the Olloclip, since it wouldn’t work with the new, thinner iPhone 5. Today, Olloclip announced their [...]

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Will your next tablet have 3G/4G?

Tablets are becoming more commonplace everywhere we look, due in part to all the new technology and features that enable them to perform more tasks in more places. The two key things driving this: portability and battery life. It’s a lot easier to carry a tablet around your office, your home, or around town than [...]

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Google Revamps Its Mobile Site Navigation

Have you been to google.com on your phone today? They’ve updated it with a nifty sidebar, Facebook-style. Tap the three-line-square in the left corner and the page moves over to show what amount to quick links to other Google web properties. It’s worth noting though, once you do click through, the side bar isn’t persistent. [...]

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New website looks to capitalize on the growth of ‘mobile photography’

A new website by DPReview called Connect has just launched. The site is “dedicated to the technology, community and culture of ‘mobile photography,’ including smartphones, tablets, apps, [and] connected cameras.” As John Gruber wrote, this really is a ‘sign of the times’. We’ve known for a long time that mobile photography was big. The iPhone [...]

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Instagram has more active users than Twitter

A new report from comScore shows that during the month of August, Instagram had 7.3 million active daily users. That number trumps Twitter daily active users by nearly half a million people. That’s not all. Instagram also has more engaged users. The report goes on to say that IGers spent, on average, 257 minutes in [...]

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iPhone 5 Event: iTunes updated and available in October

A new version of iTunes is coming in October. The interface is updated, and features are added. It’s a big step for Apple, it’s just not clear if it’s A new interface Is a new sexy interface what iTunes needed? Probably not, but it got one anyway. Eddy Cue announced on stage at the iPhone [...]

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