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iPhone 5 vs Nexus 5 Review | Case for iPhone 5

Apple’s iOS platform and the Android platform are easily the top competitors in the smartphone market. If you take a look at the top-performing and top-selling smartphones, you’ll almost certainly find them to be using one or the other operating system. Both platforms have their share of dedicated fans who swear their favorite operating system is best; which one should you go with? Let’s see what happens when we compare



The Hydrogen Fuel Cell Charger

While many are anticipating a release of the iPhone 6, which is speculated to come out in 2014, many don’t know about an important accessory also set to debut next year: the hydrogen fuel cell charger. While cell phones can go virtually anywhere, cell phone chargers are more limited. Most require an electrical source to power up, and the battery operated ones aren’t as powerful as Intelligent Design’s hydrogen fuel


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Apple’s New Face Recognition Feature | Cases for iPhone 4

Apple has filed yet another patent to add to its repertoire, this time for a specific type of facial recognition technology that allows users to unlock their phones with their face, among other things. This comes at the heels of another similar patent Apple filed two years ago regarding face recognition technology. There is no telling when the technology will see market, or if it even will be implemented. There


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iPhone Gear You Can’t Live Without

So you have a brand new iPhone (or you just want to upgrade the phone you’ve had) and you’re looking for some must-have accessories. Of course, if you’ve gone shopping, you’ve already found out that there are tons of third party products available on the market for iPhones. So what kind of iPhone gear should you get? You can’t go wrong with this list of recommended iPhone gear that you


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The 2013 America’s Cup Regatta’s Tech Makeover

At first, it seemed that Oracle Team USA was set to kiss its second consecutive “Auld Mug” goodbye. The team kicked off the regatta with a penalty due to their illegal modification of a practice boat last year, although they already won three races. They also had the herculean task of overcoming an 8-1 deficit against the formidable Emirates Team New Zealand—not unlike an iPad mini case that has to


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Tech Firms Fight Patent Trolls

Patents are among the reasons it’s difficult to break into industries such as pharmaceuticals and technology. Without patents, anyone can claim to be the inventor of, say, an iPhone 4 case that’s actually the product of someone else’s blood, sweat and tears. Lately, however, patent trolls have managed to shake things up a bit. From targeting high-profile companies such as Research In Motion Limited (now known as Blackberry Limited) in


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The Winners of Red Bull’s Extreme Sports Photo Contest

The winners of Red Bull’s 3rd Illume Image Quest photography competition have just been announced. This competition is a tribute to the beauty and grace of extreme sports, with photographers capturing the most spectacular moments of participants. Below are the top ten pieces chosen by judges from a pool of 28,000 pictures submitted by 6,417 photographers from 124 countries. 1. Overall Winner: Snowboarder on Satellite Dish This spectacular photograph by