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Dec

Dead Zebra releasing limited edition Android ornaments


Expected to sell out quickly, the ornaments go on sale December 10 at 11AM EST The gang over at Dead Zebra have something really cool to help decorate your home or office this holiday season. Indeed, those guys are set to release limited edition Ornamental Android figurines. Okay, so not just…

9
Dec

Ubisoft shows off Snowdrop engine with help from Tom Clancy’s ‘The Division’


Ubisoft’s showing off a new trailer for Tom Clancy’s The Division, and it’s a stunner. Sure, we don’t hit every gaming trailer that comes across our radar, but this one certainly piqued our interest, as its good looks owe a lot to the new Snowdrop…

9
Dec

Nokia intros Lumia-colored, Shuffle-sized Bluetooth headset


It’s roughly iPod Shuffle-sized, but the familiar-looking BH-121 is more smartphone accessory than screenless music player. The square device ships with a pair of headphones and has a built-in 3.5mm jack, should you want to get fancy and bring you…

9
Dec

Review: Griffin PowerDock 5 Multi-Device Charger


My charging area is not a pretty sight. I have three phones, two tablets, two external battery sources and my laptop all plugged into a power strip on my nightstand. All the devices are piled up in a not-so-eye-pleasing manner. Of course, being a guy, I have no issue with the “messy”…

9
Dec

Android 4.4.1 code shows hints of Chromecast mirroring


Google could someday unlock a feature that provides Android users with the ability to stream their display to Chromecast. According to a key member of the Cyanogen Inc. team, Koushik Dutta, Android 4.4.1 KitKat has code relating to video output. Reportedly, all signs are that the APIs will lock…

9
Dec

Nikon camera users say third-party batteries don’t work after firmware update


Nikon released a firmware update for its D3100, D3200, D5100, D5200 and Coolpix P7700 cameras during November, which only seemed to change how battery life was measured for a specific pack (the EN-EL14a, if you were wondering). Well, that’s what t…

9
Dec

Square reveals thinner and more accurate mobile credit card reader


As Square spreads its wings to Japan, starts a new cash-by-email service and retools its mobile apps, the humble credit card reader that started it all hasn’t received much attention of late. That changes today, however, with the unveiling of th…

9
Dec

AT&T strikes deal to offer LTE data roaming in Canada


AT&T subscribers visiting their Canadian neighbors no longer have to worry about giving up 4G speeds when crossing the border. The carrier has just unveiled a roaming deal with Rogers that will provide quick LTE data anywhere the Canadian pro…

9
Dec

iPhone 5s Nears 100% Availability in Apple’s U.S. Retail Stores


Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster today issued a new research report claiming that supplies of the iPhone 5s in Apple’s U.S. retail stores have reached “100% availability”, showing that his survey of 60 locations revealed full availability of all color/capacity/carrier…

9
Dec

Apple Supports ‘Hour of Code’ Campaign for Students with Free Workshops in U.S. Retail Stores


Apple today announced that it will be participating in the “Hour of Code” initiative this Wednesday by offering free workshops in its U.S. stores introducing students to computer programming. Apple is setting aside the 5:00-6:00 PM hour at all of its r…

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