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+

Lenovo IdeaPad A2109 Tegra 3 tablet hits Best Buy starting at $299

Lenovo IdeaPad A2109 Tegra 3 tablet hits Best Buy starting at $299

Lenovo's newest Android tablet, the IdeaPad A2109, didn't make much noise when being announced but the tablet is already readily available. They've released a few budget tablets in the recent past but this is actually one worth checking out. The IdeaPad A2109 apparently is already reaching stores with Best Buy offering it for just $299.

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Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Ultrabook Review

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Ultrabook Review

The Lenovo ThinkPad series is currently celebrating its 20th birthday, and today we have their new ThinkPad X1 Carbon on the chopping blocks. After all these years still producing some of the best business and casual laptops available the X1 Carbon looks to improve on its older sibling, while staying at the top of the Ultrabook lineup. Being touted as "the world's lightest 14" business-class ultra book" with a sleek body and powerful dual-core power all under 3 lbs lets take a peek.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet unveiled for USA

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet unveiled for USA

We knew it was coming, but this afternoon Samsung has formally unveiled their second generation Note device, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet. This will be their new flagship tablet, and takes a few hints from the extremely popular Galaxy S III and original 5.3-inch Galaxy Note and blend them into one neat product. Start your journey by checking out our Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 full review or by having a peek at some pointed specs right here in the post you're already in!

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HP ENVY 4 Ultrabook Review

HP ENVY 4 Ultrabook Review

What we have here today is the shiny new HP ENVY 4 Ultrabook sporting a 3rd gen Intel Core-i5 dual-core processor and of course those Beats Audio speakers. It packs a lot of power under the hood and all folded up will only be about 0.78″ thick, but is this enough to earn your dollars? Head down past the break and we'll find out.

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iPhone 5 pictures and parts leaked

iPhone 5 pictures and parts leaked

Apple's sixth generation iPhone conveniently has leaked again this afternoon. Between the countless pictures and videos that have leaked over the past month we have a pretty great idea of what to expect. Today however the folks at The Verge uncovered a full gallery of breakdown and assembly from iLab. This could be our first full look at the all new iPhone.

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Best Buy lowers iPhone 4 price to $50 on contract

Best Buy lowers iPhone 4 price to $50 on contract

If you've been eying the iPhone 4 for that low price point of $99 lately for the 8GB model, we have some great news. In what we are hearing is a new, permanent price drop, Best Buy is now selling Apple's 8GB iPhone 4 for only $49 with a new 2-year contract agreement. This goes for Verizon, AT&T, and the Now Network.

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Pantech Star Q leaks for Verizon, rocks 4G LTE and dual-core S4

Pantech Star Q leaks for Verizon, rocks 4G LTE and dual-core S4

New pictures have just leaked of Pantech's second 4G LTE device for Verizon Wireless. What you're looking at below is their new Pantech Star Q, complete with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard and decent mid-range specs. The new budget offering hasn't been confirmed yet, but the folks from AndroidandMe received the picture below confirming its existence.

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Apple’s OS X Mountain Lion racks up over 2 million downloads in 48 hours

Apple’s OS X Mountain Lion racks up over 2 million downloads in 48 hours

Apple's latest Mac OS X Mountain Lion is seemingly off to a great start. With over 200 new features, iOS-style streamlined simplicity for your Mac and more the $20 upgrade price is worth it indeed. While these numbers aren't quite official, some math done over at HotHardware has Mountain Lion mauling the download charts with around 2.11 million already.

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Project Glass details and Google+ hangout coming Monday

Project Glass details and Google+ hangout coming Monday

News on Google's Project Glass just keeps coming and coming. It's no surprise that we're extremely excited and interested in the AR tech, but now we will hopefully be learning addition details early next week. Wednesday we shared details about the VIP treatment we will be getting for pre-ordering a pair at Google IO for around $1,500 -- and that treatment is about to start come Monday.

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AT&T HTC One X drops to $99 this Sunday

AT&T HTC One X drops to $99 this Sunday

Reports have surfaced from multiple sources apparently confirming that HTC's new flagship phone, the HTC One X, will be dropped to the awesome low price of just $99 from the folks at AT&T. The price drop has been officially confirmed, along with RadioShack also stating Sunday, July 29th, the price will take effect in their shops.

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Possible iPhone 5 leaked from case manufacturer

Possible iPhone 5 leaked from case manufacturer

Some new photos have hit the web showing what appears to be Apple's sixth iPhone. A Chinese case vendor is showing what looks to be the much anticipated iPhone 5 wrapped up in one of their production cases for the new smartphone. These pictures and that new docking port could be the iPhone 5's final design.

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Motorola to unlock bootloaders starting with the PHOTON Q

Motorola to unlock bootloaders starting with the PHOTON Q

If you're the type that enjoys tweaking or hacking your Android smartphone or tablet, Motorola's been known to make that a pretty difficult process. Same goes for developers wanting full access to their smartphones because Motorola locks the bootloader on all their devices. After multiple comments on the matter and promising unlocked bootloaders last year, they are finally coming.

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