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If you’ve been around here for any length of time, you know that I love puns. That’s why I was delighted to happen upon this hilarious little device that’s actually furniture for your phone: Phoniture! But Phoniture is not just a quaint idea designed entirely for show. This eensy chair and ottoman set actually doubles […]
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Amazon’s Kindle with Wi-Fi and 6″ display is $20 off today, which makes it an astoundingly low $49 (with special offers) and $69 without! The Kindle Paperwhite shares this $20 discount today, making it $99 with special offers, and $119 without. Well played, Amazon. Well played.
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LG is working on the G Flex curved-glass smartphone — which males will search hopelessly for but be unable to find.
Smart phone screens are getting too sensitive. Mine just started crying.
Samsung’s Note 3 and Galaxy Gear will appear on October 1st and 2nd for ~$300. Pocket size and wrist girth upgrade costs not included.
BlackBerry’s Q10 Keyboard Phone hasn’t sold well at all. Maybe the Q11 should come with a mouse, too?
HTC is looking to develop a new smart phone OS… because adoption of its products simply wasn’t weak enough.
I don’t care if they change the saying to “all that glitters is gold,” but there is no way I’m reaching into the toilet for that thing.
Barnes & Noble now has a video app for iOS, Android, Roku… and the Nook is pretty much a zombie at this point.
According to reports, Google is blocking Microsoft’s new YouTube Windows Phone app. All four users are outraged!
eBay has launched “My Gadgets,” helping you value and (eventually) sell your old hardware. Half of the new products today still aren’t worth free, though.
Chetan Sharma Consulting wonders: “Is the smart phone [adoption] growth over?” I wonder: “When are we gonna stop calling ‘em smart phones?”