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SlashGear iOS app gets 2.0 update for iPhone 5

SlashGear iOS app gets 2.0 update for iPhone 5

If you've not seen the iOS app version of the SlashGear experience, now is a better time than ever as the whole system gets an upgrade to version 2.0 for the iPhone 5. This app is made for both the iPad and the iPhone, able to handle essentially any iOS device running version 4.3 or greater - and that does include iOS 6, as well. With the new iPhone iteration of this app, you'll have a set of major design changes in your ability to see trending topics, load more articles in a single swing than ever before, and to comment with full Disqus integration top to bottom!

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: September 21, 2012

SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: September 21, 2012

Hey folks, we had another exciting night and early morning of news here at SlashGear so below you can find a quick wrap up of everything that mattered to us. I'm sure you're all happy that today is friday, but there's one more reason to cheer. It's iPhone 5 day! Officially. Today the lines are slowly moving along as the masses get their new iPhone 5. Did you get one? Don't forget to enjoy our iPhone 5 Review.

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Happy 4th July from SlashGear!

Happy 4th July from SlashGear!

If you're one of our US readers then you'll probably already know that today is Independence Day. We'd like to wish all of our readers a happy 4th July, and we hope that you'll be able to spend some time with family and loved ones and maybe even find a spare moment to throw some food onto the grill.

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All New iPad Giveaway courtesy of SlashGear

All New iPad Giveaway courtesy of SlashGear

The day has arrived, details were given, and it's finally here! The all new iPad from Apple. Putting all those rumors to rest we now know everything about the new iPad (3rd Generation) and you can learn everything and more from our Apple Hub. Lucky for all of you we here at SlashGear decided to share with our friends, and will be giving a new iPad 16GB WiFi away to one lucky reader. Head down below for addition details and full giveaway rules.

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SlashGear v2.0 App for Android goes live! [Video]

SlashGear v2.0 App for Android goes live! [Video]

Head over to the Android Market today and you'll find there's a new SlashGear for Android app to be downloaded, and we're more than a little proud of it. Version 2.0 is a huge step up from our first Android app, and it's designed not only to show you all the news, reviews, opinion and video from the full SlashGear site, but help you quickly identify the top stories and topics of the day. Read on for all the details.

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SlashGear Week in Review – Week 4 2012

SlashGear Week in Review – Week 4 2012

This week started with a total restructuring of the heads at RIM while they consider licensing BlackBerry 10 and Chris Davies assures us that RIM's new CEO is a Placeholder, not a prophet. Of course other than that there's just a brand new Year of the Dragon in China and a radiation storm hitting the Earth courtesy of the Sun. Auroras and full video documentation from NASA intact. And HP's webOS is now open source including its good pal Enyo - and John Rubinstein is gone!

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: January 27, 2012

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: January 27, 2012

As we wrap up the last full work week of January, we saw a big chunk of mobile news today. For example, watch your back if you have an Android device because the Android Market is having its largest malware infection ever. If the iPhone is more your style, but you're stuck on T-Mobile, you might be pleased to know that the magenta-colored carrier plans to start boosting unlocked iPhone support at the end of the month.

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CES 2012 comes to a close as SlashGear exits Las Vegas

CES 2012 comes to a close as SlashGear exits Las Vegas

We've had one whole heck of a lot of fun this past week at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show, but all good things must come to a close, and so too must we exit Las Vegas Nevada. What we've seen has been wrapped up a bit by Chris Davies in a set of posts listed later in this post, but we've got plenty of content left to go - stacks of hands-on video and photos of oddities, hidden treasures, and items that require just a bit more in-depth processing than your average feature from across the show floor for you to peek at throughout the weekend. That said, we'd like to thank everyone at CES for all your hard work and for making such an event of massive size take place for the pleasure of us and our readers.

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SlashGear Week in Review – Week 1 2012

SlashGear Week in Review – Week 1 2012

It's time to start a whole new Roman Calendar year, here in the last of them all for this planet according to the crazies, and we're about to jump head-first into the pool of madness by the name of CES 2012! What you're going to get below is just one piece of the puzzle which amounts to the calm before the storm - but it's no calm. There's been so many leaks and previews for the show coming up this next week that it'll be a surprise if anything is left to show at the show! Have a peek!

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CES 2012 Preview: handfulls of leaks

CES 2012 Preview: handfulls of leaks

It's less than a week before we're diving face-first into the most gigantic gadget show of the whole year the Consumer Electronics Show 2012: and it's time to take a look at everything that's been teased and leaked thus far. There's official previews, invites, unofficial photos and bits let loose by people whose goal in life it is to bring you in on the good stuff before its masters reveal in ernest, and a real schedule so you can see where we'll be the whole time. Our team will be spread out like the fingers of a hand, and when we bring them together we will CRUSH the news each day for you!

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