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Last October Google announced that a dedicated team had started working on an exciting modular and fully-customisable smartphone that could well change the way we look at the mobile phone industry for good. Code-named Project Ara, the smartphone will...more Google's new camera app for Android devices running on the Kit Kat operating system, which is unsurprisingly called Google Camera, is available today. Shiny Shiny: Gadgets, Web Stuff, Tech Reviews and Geeky LOLs
Pocket-lint - Gadget Reviews, Product News, Electronic Gadgets <img src="http://cdn.pocket-lint.com/r/c/120x120/assets/images/phprxh1lr.jpg" alt="Windows Phone 8.1 review"> Phones4 out of 5Windows Phone 8.1 reviewWindows Phone 8.1 is (sort of) here and it's a much needed boost to the Microsoft operating system. Better presentation, more personalisation, the voice assist Cortana, quick actions and notifications via Action Center and a number of other tweaks throughout.... <img src="http://cdn.pocket-lint.com/r/c/120x120/assets/images/phpw3ny4m.jpg" alt="Sony Xperia Z2 review"> Phones4.5 out of 5Sony Xperia Z2 reviewSony is in a funny place with its smartphones, pumping out a flagship device refresh every six months, rather than on a yearly cycle like most of its rivals.
Engadget The 1 percent have long had smartphones from Porsche and Vertu to quench their high-end thirst, but when it comes to dual-SIM handsets, the elite have had to settle for something a little more ordinary. For those in need, Gresso created Azimuth, the first dual-SIM luxury handset. Starting at $2,000, the phone is made of titanium, with both the keys and logo crafted out of 18K or white gold. Since appearances are all that matter, you're getting some pretty low-end specs under the hood, including 2GB of "internal memory," a 1.3-megapixel camera, Bluetooth 2.0 and a tiny 1,100mAh battery. To put things in perspective, Samsung's Galaxy S5 starts with 16GB of built-in storage, a 16-megapixel camera and a 2,800mAh battery.
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@CoffinDodger (If the typos crap. Blame my keyboard): Reminds me of the movie "The Forgotten " When people got yanked into the sky. It was awesome..I screamed lol. Kinda like the Skyline trailer but extremely faster and one person at a time. Major breakthrough in tractor beam technology
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