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iPhone plastic backs and buttons appear on factory floor

iPhone plastic backs and buttons appear on factory floor

It's once again time to look at the next iPhone, the "budget" model, as it were, with several different colors in store for the near future. This week it would appear that those responsible for manufacturing this next-generation model have let loose several different views of the machine, both from the inside and with its several buttons in full view. You'll see a light blue, red, green, and yellow here, consistent with several recent leaks of the machine in kind.

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Moto X publicly dogfooded by Google’s Schmidt as leaks increase

Moto X publicly dogfooded by Google’s Schmidt as leaks increase

Rumors of Motorola's upcoming smartphone are heating up. Currently known as the Moto X, the device has been the victim of numerous leaks and speculation over the last several weeks, and today we're seeing yet another addition. Google Chairman Eric Schmidt was spotted using a mysterious device that we can only suspect to be the Google-owned Moto X device.

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Kodak Micro Four Thirds camera leaks, tipped for 2014 arrival

Kodak Micro Four Thirds camera leaks, tipped for 2014 arrival

Kodak may be in deep trouble financially, but it seems they're trying to get their pennies in order and their balance back. Today, we're seeing leaked photos of an upcoming Micro Four Thirds camera from the company that aims to put Kodak back into the photography spotlight. No official name has been determined for this new snapper, but it seems it'll be called the S1.

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BlackBerry A10 and 9720 lead for 2013: reboots the both of them

BlackBerry A10 and 9720 lead for 2013: reboots the both of them

It's back to basics for BlackBerry in a set of devices revealed - or re-revealed, depending on how versed in the dark art of leaks you are - to be headed for a bit of a reboot of both the Q10 and the Z10 for 2013. The devices at hand are the BlackBerry A10 and 9720, both of which are being detailed this week.

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BlackBerry 7 device lives on as RIM brand gasps its last breath

BlackBerry 7 device lives on as RIM brand gasps its last breath

Yesterday, we feasted our eyes on a leaked BlackBerry 9720 handset running BlackBerry 7. It was a little odd to see, considering that the company is going all-in with BlackBerry 10, but it seems Heins and company wants to see BlackBerry 7 continue slightly. Heins told shareholders today that there will be a BlackBerry 7 device released later this year.

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Moto X details leak in factory floor photo dump

Moto X details leak in factory floor photo dump

As Motorola ramps up for their next big hero phone, the details appear to be stepping a bit closer to the public than we must assume the company would want. Here with the Moto X, the Google-owned smartphone manufacturer has a unique vision for the smartphone world, one where the user is able to select their own physical build. This has been teased by the company itself, but leaked in a variety of photos of the multiple color casings users will be able to select as well.

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BlackBerry 10.2 leaked screenshots reveal quick-reply notifications, WiFi Direct

BlackBerry 10.2 leaked screenshots reveal quick-reply notifications, WiFi Direct

While BlackBerry 10.1 was just rolled out about a month ago, ramblings of version 10.2 are beginning to pop up in the form of leaked screenshots. The revealing screenshots show a few new features, including improved notifications that let you quick-reply to messages and email right from the lock screen, as well as WiFi Direct support.

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iPad 5 schematics leak with iPad mini-size sides

iPad 5 schematics leak with iPad mini-size sides

The fifth generation full-sized iPad appears to be popping up this week for the first time in schematics - not the average leak vehicle, to be sure. Information included in this set of plans suggests that the upcoming iPad model will take on many of the characteristics of the iPad mini, especially those at the edges of the machine, slighter body and all. This machine would be ever-so-slightly less tall and wide than that current-generation iPad and would be about 3/4 the size in thickness.

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iPhone plastic shell leaks in China

iPhone plastic shell leaks in China

It's time to get green, it would seem, as a brightly colored back shell of what's said to be a next-generation iPhone leaks in China. This leak is consistent with several tips and suggestions over the past week involving the so-called "budget" iPhone, including the color similarity to current iPhone bumpers. This device would, if it proves to be real, be one of several color options for the iPhone later this year.

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Sony Xperia i1 “Honami” (Z refresh) leaks in hardware photos

Sony Xperia i1 “Honami” (Z refresh) leaks in hardware photos

In the wake of the release of several new hero devices from the mobile sector at Sony comes the re-appearance of the device code-named "Honami". This device is said to be the refresh of the Sony Xperia Z, this the company's current flagship handset. This new smartphone appears to be popping up in a sort of pre-release mode with some textured backing and a similar setup to its predecessor for button and camera placement.

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Sony RX1R and RX100MII surface in leaked images [UPDATE]

Sony RX1R and RX100MII surface in leaked images [UPDATE]

Two Sony compact digital cameras, both of them of the high-end variety, have surfaced in a couple of leaked pre-announcement press shots: the RX100MII and the RX1R. Also leaked was what appears to be a truncated press release detailing the two cameras, something that has since been pulled from the original source but preserved for all to see by the folks at Sony Alpha Rumors.

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iPhone 5S leak shows every little hardware bit and piece

iPhone 5S leak shows every little hardware bit and piece

For those of you unfamiliar with how in-depth an iPhone release is covered in the technology press environment, the following post is going to give you a good idea of how ravenous Apple smartphone fans can be. What we've got here is a collection of parts, each of them relatively unrecognizable to the lay person, together combined to make a next-generation iPhone in time. Everything from the SIM card slot to the connectors between the display and the logic board - they're all here.

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