Author Archives: Cory Gunther

Cory Gunther is currently an associate editor for SlashGear and senior editor for Android Community. Based in Las Vegas, Nevada, he's responsible for all things Android on both sites, and never leaves the house without a few smartphones and a tablet. You can follow him on Twitter, or keep up with him on Google+

iPhone 5S available September 20th: priced to replace iPhone 5 [UPDATE]

iPhone 5S available September 20th: priced to replace iPhone 5 [UPDATE]

Now that we officially know all of the details and can calm the hype trains down, lets talk about pricing. Apple has just confirmed an aggressive pricing strategy for the new iPhone 5C, coming in at just $99. However, many of you are probably interested in their flagship iPhone 5S. With an improved camera, fingerprint sensor with Touch ID and more. So when and for how much? It all starts September 13th.

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iPhone 5S iSight camera detailed with bigger pixels

iPhone 5S iSight camera detailed with bigger pixels

The new home button on the iPhone 5S sure looks neat, but there's much more to the brand new smartphone than a button. With iOS 7, a 64-bit A7 processor and much more we can't wait to get our hands on it. Since everyone loves taking photos, especially iPhone users, lets talk about the much improved iSight camera on the new iPhone 5S.

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iPhone 5C priced to replace the 4S at $99

iPhone 5C priced to replace the 4S at $99

After countless reports, rumors, and waiting Apple has finally confirmed what we all knew was coming this afternoon. That being the impressive new budget-friendly iPhone 5C. It's official, and we have all the details right here. So since you won't get the usual aluminum frame and standard design, how will it be priced? Aggressively. Check it out below.

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iOS devices now coming with iWork suite free

iOS devices now coming with iWork suite free

Live on stage Apple is set to announce their new iPhone 5S as well as launch iOS 7 to the world. While we're still waiting for the exciting news, Tim Cook is quickly talking about iWork. Which just so happens to be one of the most popular and best-selling mobile productivity apps to date. Focusing more and more on mobile, it's about to get a lot better, and free.

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Apple: 700 millionth iOS device sold by end of September

Apple: 700 millionth iOS device sold by end of September

It's that time again folks. Today is officially iPhone day as Apple has just kicked off their event in Cupertino where they've promised to brighten up everybody's day with some new gadgets. With loads of leaks from hardware, sensors, cases and more, we're just minutes away from knowing all the details. As usual, Apple has started off with some numbers showcasing their progress, and we have a few important ones below.

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Qualcomm shows off Vuforia Smart Terrain, makes your living room a game

Qualcomm shows off Vuforia Smart Terrain, makes your living room a game

The Qualcomm Vuforia Augmented Reality platform is just one of many impressive technologies that the San Diego based company has in the works, and this week we they showed off a brand new addition. We've seen Vuforia in the past, making magazines and books come to life on our mobile devices, but at Uplinq they revealed Smart Terrain. Which brings your living room landscape right into your mobile game.

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Qualcomm details AllPlay, a multi-room streaming AirPlay competitor

Qualcomm details AllPlay, a multi-room streaming AirPlay competitor

This afternoon Qualcomm announced their own wireless home audio streaming platform. It's called AllPlay, and is designed to allow users the option to wirelessly stream music to any room or speaker throughout their home, separately. Not only that, but the platform uses AllJoyn, so you can stream music from multiple sources and apps as well.

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Samsung Galaxy S4 and S III set to get Android 4.3 update in October

Samsung Galaxy S4 and S III set to get Android 4.3 update in October

Today's Samsung Galaxy Note III Unpacked event was all about their S-Pen touting device and new smartwatch, but we can't forget about their other flagship devices. The new Note III will hit the streets with the latest Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, no chocolate KitKats here, and for those wondering their previous Galaxy S III and S4 will be close behind getting the same update.

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Qualcomm Toq smartwatch hands-on, lasts for days

Qualcomm Toq smartwatch hands-on, lasts for days

The folks from Qualcomm don't have a track record of making their own hardware, but today they shocked everyone at their annual Uplinq developer event and announced the Toq smartwatch. Powered by a 2.1-inch low power Mirasol display, they promise it can last for days, and is always on. Below we have plenty of pictures, and even tried this comfy and low profile watch on for a minute.

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Qualcomm TOQ smartwatch revealed with Mirasol always-on display

Qualcomm TOQ smartwatch revealed with Mirasol always-on display

The smartwatch era is officially here and Qualcomm has just announced their very own smartwatch to rival the Galaxy Gear, and many others. Wearable computing is only going to grow, and Qualcomm wants to help lead the charge by jumping in early. Today at Qualcomm Uplinq 2013 they've announced the Qualcomm TOQ always-on smartwatch.

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Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11S Review

Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11S Review

Being touted as a "mini ultrabook" the Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11S is the latest and greatest to grace the IdeaPad lineup with full-fledged Windows 8 on board. Everything about the Yoga 11 from last year is still present, only we've received a huge upgrade to an Intel Core 15 processor (no ARM Tegra 3 here) and dropped Win RT for the full experience. The device is still as portable and impressive as ever, so read on for the rest of our thoughts.

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Lenovo ThinkPad Helix Review

Lenovo ThinkPad Helix Review

Lenovo has big plans with Windows 8, convertible laptops and Ultrabooks, and more but one that caught our eye at CES was the ThinkPad Helix. With a fancy design, versatility, and an 11.6-inch 1080p display it's quite the device. After a few delays the ThinkPad Helix is finally available today, so we're taking it for a full spin in its retail form. Is the nearly $1,700 base price tag worth it? Read on for our full thoughts and plenty of photos.

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