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LG G Pad 7.0 LTE coming to AT&T on August 8

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AT&T will be offering the LG G Pad 7.0 LTE on its website as well as its brick and mortar stores, starting from August 8.

The G Pad 7.0 LTE can be all yours for just 99 cents when you bundle it with a G2, G3 or G Flex smartphone. You can also pick up the tablet for $12.50 a month with zero down and no annual service contract or for $149.99 with a two year agreement. Read more »

Canon announces PowerShot SX520 HS and PowerShot SX400 IS digital cameras

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Canon has officially introduced two new compact, super zoom cameras – PowerShot SX520 HS and PowerShot SX400 IS. Both the cameras are designed to fulfill the need of capturing subjects from far away.

The PowerShot SX520 HS comes with a high-powered 42x optical zoom lens and with the ability to shoot Full HD videos. Read more »

Lava Iris X1 review

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Lava launched its latest mid-range smartphone, the Iris X1 a couple of weeks ago. The Indian manufacturer has promised to deliver high-end smartphone experience at super attractive price tag.

The Lava Iris X1 comes with a quad-core 1.2GHz processor along with Broadcom VideoCore IV GPU on a Broadcom chipset. Let’s see how well it performs. Read more »

Lenovo showcases Google Glass competitor

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Lenovo has showcased the first prototype of its upcoming Google Glass competitor, which is dubbed C1. The Chinese company is hoping to attract developers’ attention before it officially unveils its wearable.

Lenovo wants its smart glasses to be the central hub of connected homes or offices of tomorrow. Read more »

Apple acquires BookLamp to improve its iBooks service

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Apple has acquired BookLamp, a startup that has been developing big data style book analytics services. The deal is said to have cost the Cupertino giant somewhere around $10 million to $15 million.

BookLamp is known for their work with Book Genome Project, a platform that allowed users to find suggestions for books to read based on natural language analysis of other titles. Read more »

Amazon Fire Phone is anything but easy to repair

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Amazon’s Fire Phone has just gone on sale and the folks at iFixit have already managed to grab a unit and even give it a teardown treatment.

The teardown reveals that the Amazon Fire Phone is anything but easy to repair with the device managing to achieve a low reparability score of 3 out of 10. Read more »

Intel Broadwell and Skylake Android tablets are coming in 2015

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Intel’s Broadwell and Skylake-powered high-end detachable Android devices are said to be coming in 2015, according to a report.

Intel will start offering Bay Trail-T or Bay Trail M processors by the end of 2014 and these gadgets are expected to be priced in the range of $179 to $249 in the market. In 2015, the company will come out with Cherry Trail, the next generation Atom powered tablets. Read more »

LG announces Puppy Pop – the first game that can be played on the QuickCircle’s window

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If opening the cover of your G3 smartphone to fire a game was just too much work for you, then Puppy Pop is just the app you need. In addition to being able to check the time, place calls and take photos without having to open the QuickCircle case’s cover, G3 users can now play games too.

LG has announced a new game dubbed Puppy Pop – a match-three puzzle game developed for G3 with QuickCircle Case to be played through the window. Read more »

LG G Watch handled in an official video, gives you full insight of the wearable

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LG G Watch was detailed at this year’s Google I/O developer conference and brought to the market earlier this month. The company has now released an official hands-on video of the wearable to give you a complete insight of the gadget.

LG G Watch comes with a 1.65-inch IPS LCD touchscreen with a resolution of 280 x 280 pixels. The device is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 chipset and has 512MB of RAM, 4GB of internal storage and a 400mAh battery. Read more »

Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet now available from Verizon

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Verizon announced that the carrier will be offering the Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet on its network. Just as promised, the slate has gone on sale today.

For a limited time, the Sony Xperia Z2 tablet will cost you $499.99 with a new two-year contract. At some point in time the price of the slate will shoot up to $599.99. So, if you are planning to pick one up, now is your time. Read more »

Microsoft Surface Pro 3 gets a minor firmware update

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Microsoft is now rolling out a minor software update to its Surface Pro 3. The patch comes to address the complaints about the Wi-Fi performance of the tablet.

The new update squashes all the driver-related bugs and improves the performance of the Wireless Network Controller and Bluetooth. Read more »

Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 now available on AT&T

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AT&T is now offering the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 on its network and the tablet can be purchased online. The carrier will start selling the slate in its brick and mortar stores from July 25.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 can be yours for $18.50 a month with $0 down and no annual service contract or $269.99 with a two year agreement. Read more »

Apple’s iWatch may come in three models

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Apple’s hotly anticipated iWatch will be up for grabs in three distinct models, according to a report from Economic Daily.

If the rumors are to be trusted, there will be one iWatch model sporting 1.6-inch display and two other models with 1.8-inch panels. Read more »

Apple iOS 7 now runs on 90% of iDevices

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Apples latest App Store statics reveal that 90% of all compatible devices are now powered by iOS 7. The share of the OS version is up by 8% since February and iOS 7 is by far the fastest adopted release to date.

The Cupertino giant has measured the adoption rate through its App Store during a 7-day period ending on July 13. Read more »

Android Wear Mini Launcher makes it easier to open apps on your wearable

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It’s a bit painful to open an app on your Android Wear powered smartwatch as you will have to either launch the application by shouting its name out, or by scrolling all the way to the bottom of the options list.

If you want an easier way to launch an app from your wrist, then the Android Wear Mini Launcher is just the right thing for you. It’s the first custom launcher for the Google wearable platform and it’s already available for download. Read more »