Archive for February, 2014

The WhatsApp Deal Is Everything Wrong With The US Economy

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If you ever wonder what’s fueling America’s staggering inequality, ponder Facebook’s acquisition of the mobile messaging company WhatsApp for $19 billion. That’s the highest price paid for a startup in history. It’s $3 billion more than Facebook raised when it was first listed, and more than twice what Microsoft paid for Skype. (To be precise, […]

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LG G FLEX REVIEW

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We’ve had the chance to test the LG G Flex for a few days. First of all, there’s more to the G Flex than just a curved display. It also is a 6-inch monster, which practically makes of it the very first LG phablet. We should also mention that it runs on the same Qualcomm […]

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Google Smartwatch Prototype Reportedly Leak Online

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Leaked photos of a Google Smartwatch, codenames Gem, made by Motorola reportedly leaked online Tuesday, according to Android Police, citing an anonymous source. The grainy photos show a square display with a capacitive back button and two rocker buttons. In one image, the display features a settings menu. Android Police believed that this smartwatch existed […]

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Samsung Unveils The Galaxy Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo And Gear Fit

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Samsung has announced 3 new smartwatches at MWC this year, the successor to Galaxy’s Gear, Gear 2 mentioned in 2013, as well as a sleeker version called Neo, and a fitness wristband named Samsung Gear Fit. Both Gear 2 & Gear 2 Neo offer the ability to receive notifications around incoming calls, texts and other […]

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Microsoft’s Cortana Could Combine the Best Parts of Siri and Google Now

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Microsoft might be late when it comes to implementing a digital assistant on its phones, but the wait would surely be worth it. According to unnamed sources, Cortana (yes, the character from Halo) will debut in the upcoming update to Windows 8.1, which will replace Bing. And if you’re scared about all your data getting […]

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DHL Pranked UPS Into Advertising For Them

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DHL Pranked UPS Into Advertising For Them

The dramatic increase of online shopping has fanned the flames of competition between shipping companies. Which is why, using thermal-activated ink, DHL figured the best way to advertise just how fast and efficient its shipping services are was to trick its competitors into doing it for them. The prank was simple and brilliant. DHL hired […]

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