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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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HTC One 2 “M8” expected as 2014 flagship smartphone

HTC One 2 “M8” expected as 2014 flagship smartphone

This week it's becoming clear that the company that set its sights on a single machine to turn around fortunes through the 2013 smartphone season will be bringing an HTC One reboot by the end of the year. It's not a solid announcement, of course, and HTC isn't saying so officially quite yet, but in addition to a reboot of the One that's lead the way through the past bunch of months, the company is being tipped to bring an HTC M8 to the public in 2014.

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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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Amazon Kindle Fire refresh details leak

Amazon Kindle Fire refresh details leak

Amazon's current heap of Kindle slates have been out on the market for quite some time now, begging the question of when the company will release its second-generation lineup of Kindle tablets. It's reported that we'll see a refresh sometime later this year in time for the holiday shopping season.

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AT&T Beats deal reportedly in the works for streaming music service launch

AT&T Beats deal reportedly in the works for streaming music service launch

We already know that Beats will be launching their own streaming music service called Daisy, but details about its launch are still being speculated. It's reported that Beats is looking to partner with AT&T for the Daisy launch in order to gain a lot of users in quick time frame, by offering AT&T customers access to the music service.

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Samsung Galaxy Note III four model range tipped

Samsung Galaxy Note III four model range tipped

Since there aren't already enough Android devices out on the market, Samsung may be doing their part to fix that. It's reported that the upcoming Galaxy Note III will come in four different variants, each slightly different than the other that will appeal to all price ranges, from a top-tier device down to a budget Galaxy Note III.

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Nokia Lumia EOS could hit stores as soon as this month

Nokia Lumia EOS could hit stores as soon as this month

We've been hearing a lot of chatter about Nokia's upcoming Lumia device called the EOS, but no solid evidence has come our way besides a few rumors about the device sporting an aluminum body, a waterproof nanocoating, and obviously a huge camera sensor and lens that looks to be the main feature of the phone. The latest rumblings is that we'll see this device in stores sometime later this month.

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Low-cost iPhone won’t be cheap, says Pegatron boss

Low-cost iPhone won’t be cheap, says Pegatron boss

There's been a lot of chinwag recently about a low-cost, budget iPhone that would sell for under $100. However, these various reports may be slightly exaggerated. According to Pegatron Chairman T.H. Tung, the "budget" iPhone that we've been hearing all about won't actually be cheap by any means, and we shouldn't expect to pay just $100 for it.

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Facebook Google Reader replacement tipped in API code

Facebook Google Reader replacement tipped in API code

With the announcement that Google would be shutting down its Google Reader service on July 1, many users have gotten bent out of shape because of the news. However, numerous developers have been hard at work on creating replacements, while other devs are busy improving their already-existing solutions. However, it seems that Facebook may joining in on the fun as well.

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Samsung Galaxy Note III prototype appears in leaked photos

Samsung Galaxy Note III prototype appears in leaked photos

We've heard a lot of chatter about Samsung's third-generation Galaxy Note, most notably that it'll come with an ever larger screen this time around. However, we've never actually seen any purported photos of the device, but that has changed. A few leaked images have appeared that show off what is said to be a prototype of the Galaxy Note III.

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MacBook Pro Retina reboot tipped with slimmer design and 1080p camera

MacBook Pro Retina reboot tipped with slimmer design and 1080p camera

It's probably a good bet that we'll see MacBook refreshes at WWDC this year, including an update to Intel Haswell chips in all of the machines. However, it's rumored that we'll also see a slimmer MacBook Pro Retina model, as well as a better FaceTime camera, possibly boosting it up to full 1080p.

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Mac Pro refresh to be “something really different”

Mac Pro refresh to be “something really different”

We've already been hearing a bit of chatter about a possible Mac Pro refresh coming to WWDC next week. Inventory has been dwindling at various retail locations, and that usually means new models are incoming. Furthermore, it's said that an Apple project manager responsible for the Mac Pro mentioned that an updated model is coming later this year, and it'll supposedly blow your mind.

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