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Gadget bloggers tend to share a few key traits, and one of those is an inability to resist high-end hardware. Super-fast processors, hi-res screens and next generation features get our blood rising. But we sometimes get blinded by our desire for specs, and all too often we ignore the high price that these features come with. Let's take a step back and examine the need, or lack thereof, for some of the capabilities of the latest round of smartphones. In the last few months I've reviewed a lot of smartphones, at all different price points. And while I still love flagship phones and cutting-edge features (I carry a Samsung Galaxy Nexus, for the sake of disclosure) I've reached the conclusion that a lot of people are paying for features they don't need, even if they want them. Five things you don’t need in your next smartphone
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No iPhone 5 released today. But the 4GS still gives Apple fans something to cheer about. One namely, a virtual assistant named “Siri”. It’s been awhile now since I’ve last visited or posted anything on Google+. Looks like I’m not the only one. Kaleazy Creative | Multidisciplinary Design
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