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Griffin accessorizes wearables

Griffin accessorizes wearables

If you didn’t think there’d be an industry for accessorizing wearable device you might already have considered accessories in and of themselves, you were wrong. Griffin is bringing out the odd guns with accessories for brands like Jawbone, Misfit, Sony, and Fitbit. Wearable accessories on top of wearable devices - that age has begun.

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iPhone 6 pre-release images show 5.5-inch monster

iPhone 6 pre-release images show 5.5-inch monster

The images you’re about to see (barring the hero image here) are non-official mockups, of course - there’s no knowing when Apple will actually have the device available for their first reveal. What you’re about to see is a creation made with early prototype sketches in mind, showing up earlier this month with the iPhone 6 with a far larger display - by a half inch, that is - than the iPhone 5s.

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OnePlus One: invites likely nixed by June

OnePlus One: invites likely nixed by June

Production is ramping up for the team at OnePlus for their first device, the OnePlus One. With the first wave of devices they’ve had to keep sales low, sending invites to "lucky" consumers that want to purchase this smartphone as soon as possible. With the most recent update sent out by the crew this week, it would appear that they’ll have production at a level where far, far more consumers can pick a unit up at will by June.

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Acer Iconia One 7 hands-on: time to get colorful

Acer Iconia One 7 hands-on: time to get colorful

In an effort to brighten up the world of tablet, Acer has released at the Iconia One 7, a device we’re getting the opportunity to put our hands on this morning. This device is extremely light at just 0.73 lbs., 330 g, and thin at just 0.35-inches or 8.95mm. Perhaps the most important element here for users - the display - isn’t top-notch, but it’s certainly coming with a fine quality for its resolution at 1280 x 800.

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Nokia phone brand dead: Elop clarifies

Nokia phone brand dead: Elop clarifies

In a sort of post-mortem before the date of death occurred, former CEO of Nokia Stephen Elop - now working with Microsoft - confirmed the death of the brand. Nokia will no longer be used as a smartphone brand, he made clear, suggesting that Microsoft had not yet chosen a new brand to represent the phones being made at this time.

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Blackphone taps NVIDIA for privacy/power team-up

Blackphone taps NVIDIA for privacy/power team-up

Though the NVIDIA Tegra 4i won’t necessarily push privacy on its own, the Blackphone delivered with said SoC will be all the more powerful for it. NVIDIA and the combined venture of Silent Circle and Geeksphone behind Blackphone have made clear that they’ll be bringing the Blackphone to the market with no less than NVIDIA’s most powerful smartphone-based mobile processor to date.

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