amazon fire phone bomIn this day and age, whenever a new smartphone or tablet comes out, you can be sure that there will be some crazy person who will try to blend or destroy the device in question, while others would take up the challenge of removing the parts in order to find out how easy it is to repair whenever something goes wrong. The Amazon Fire Phone apparently costs just $205 to build, and when you are to compare that to the Samsung Galaxy S5, it is a whole lot more affordable since the Galaxy S5 costs $256 to build, but amazingly the iPhone 5s clocks in at $199.

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lg g vistaWhile the LG G Vista has been leaked in the past, it does not mean that there will not be any more leaks in the future. No sir, this is not the case, as more leaks concerning the LG G Vista have arrived, with one of it targeting the Verizon-bound version, while the other would be from AT&T. The LG G Vista is also known as the LG G Pro 2 Lite, where the Verizon leak is sourced from an alleged internal document that points to a 5.7” qHD display, running on a quad-core 1.2GHz processor and a 3,200mAh battery.

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xperia c3Sony certainly bounced back from the dead with their smartphone business, and it is nice to see the company roll out great looking handsets that thankfully, function well, too. In fact, it was just earlier this month that Sony jumped aboard the selfie bandwagon by announcing the world’s first selfie phone – the Xperia C3, which is said to be released from this August onward. Here, however, is Sony Xperia C3 that has been spotted right next to the Xperia T3.

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touchpicoPico projectors are not exactly devices that make up part of a booming industry, this is for sure. However, for one reason or another, they are still in existence and have not yet gone the way of the dodo – or the netbook, to keep up with the times. Here is the TouchPico that might just change one’s perception towards pico projectors – it functions as an Android device apart from its portable projector function, of course.

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tesla model s chinaChina is a booming country with a growing middle class, not to mention having its fair share of “new rich” thanks to the opening up of its doors to the world. Having said that, the Tesla Model S that went on sale in China not too long ago, proved to have gone on without a hitch, although potential buyers might want to take note that the electric vehicle is missing out on a navigation system.

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I suppose resolution is to displays just like how one can never have enough clothes in the wardrobe with each passing season. Having said that, the number of pixels that are being crammed into our displays – on TVs to mobile devices especially, continue to increase in due time. However, the higher the resolution, the more power consuming it is, not to mention it gets more expensive, meaning only the richer folks out there will be able to enjoy such technological advancements. NVIDIA researchers could have stumbled upon a win-win solution for all – by cascading a couple of low-resolution panels so that pixel density is increased without costing a bomb.

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facebook logoI would like to think that this is more or less inevitable – that companies would want, as far as possible, for the masses to use not only one of their products, but all of it, encompassing every single part of their life along the way. Having said that, it seems that Facebook is taking the same route as well, where the social network giant has the intention for everyone to use Facebook Messenger to chat with their friends over Facebook when using mobile devices that run on iOS, Android and Windows Phone platforms.

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htc one review m8 labshot 04 640x359It was just yesterday when we talked about how Taiwanese smartphone manufacturer HTC has not yet thrown in the towel when it comes to a version of the HTC One smartphone that will run on the Windows Phone platform. However, just what kind of name should they call it to make it easily identifiable, not to mention easier to write about when reporting on it? Surely a play on the name HTC One M8 would be ideal, and I would most probably go for HTC One W8 – simple and straight to the point. However, it seems that at this point in time, HTC is going to go ahead with “One (M8) for Windows.”

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fitbit wp81It was at the end of last year that we brought you word on how Fitbit could see an app roll out on the Windows Phone 8.1 platform in due time, and since it is now close to the end of July, we are pleased to bring you word that this particular app has finally launched, once again going to show that good things do come to those who wait. The Fitbit for Windows Phone 8.1 app has been a long time in coming, but better late than never, right?

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It is not all smooth going for certain companies out there in the market, considering the highly competitive environment that they are in right now. General Motors is one of them having announced a slew of recalls earlier this month. Still, when the going gets tough, the tough get going, right? General Motors has revealed that they do have plans to introduce wireless charging pads within some of the Cadillac models, and this initiative will kick off when they launch the 2015 ATS sport sedan and coupe later this coming fall.

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