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+

iOS 7 “liveliness” wallpapers move with you

iOS 7 “liveliness” wallpapers move with you

Apple has just unveiled what we all knew was coming, and that is iOS 7. It has been talked about for months, but this will signify the first major overhaul for iOS, and it looks beautiful. Apple's only just begun sharing the details, but out of the gate the new unlock screen and "liveliness" of the OS as a whole is just gorgeous.

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Apple announces iCloud for iWork

Apple announces iCloud for iWork

We know iCloud is huge, with millions and millions of users syncing their iPhones, sending messages in iMessage and more, all powered by iCloud. However, today Apple is taking a moment to talk about iCloud for developers. Specifically, Apple is bringing iCloud to iWork. Now you can start off where you left off, no matter what, or where you are.

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Mac OS X Mavericks coming today for devs, arrives this fall

Mac OS X Mavericks coming today for devs, arrives this fall

Today, Apple has just announced their all new and improved OS X 10 Mavericks operating system, and it will be loaded with new features. Things such as finder tags, multiple screen use, serious memory management and much more. Now we know what you're all wondering. When can you get it? Well, it looks like later this fall for most.

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iCloud Keychain unifies sign-in security

iCloud Keychain unifies sign-in security

Apple really isn't wasting any time today with their WWDC Keynote and are talking about numbers, the new Mac OS X Mavericks, App Store download numbers and Safari. Just to name a few. One important and awesome new feature is the iCloud Keychain. Apple's way of unifying and improving the sign-in process across all devices, while remaining secure.

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Apple OS X Mavericks gets official

Apple OS X Mavericks gets official

Apple has a long and rich history with their popular Desktop OS. OS X has been a staple in the computing world for a long, long time. Today they've just announced Sea Lion? All jokes aside, since they've ran out of Big Cat names to follow up Mountain Lion, Leopard and more, they've moved on to a California naming theme. Starting with the sea and surfing mavericks right in their backyard.

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Apple retail stores serve 1 million customers daily, 407 locations worldwide

Apple retail stores serve 1 million customers daily, 407 locations worldwide

It's officially Apple day starting right now. Kicking off the WWDC keynote this morning Tim Cook is already off to a good start by talking numbers, and surely more will be coming. While we're expecting tons of exciting news and updates on iPhone 5 sales, lets talk retail stores. Tim confirmed they now have over 407 retail stores across 14 countries, and they serve million of users daily.

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Apollo 11 Moon dust found after missing for 40 years

Apollo 11 Moon dust found after missing for 40 years

An extremely rare and out of this world treasure was discovered recently. One that has many asking questions about why and how it went missing in the first place. Multiple priceless vials of Moon dust collected by the one and only Apollo 11, the late Neil Armstrong, and Buzz Aldrin have been found after missing nearly 40 years.

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Handmade and first Apple 1 computer sold for nearly $700k

Handmade and first Apple 1 computer sold for nearly $700k

When we think of computers the thought of a 37 year old handmade system from 1976 doesn't sound too exciting. However, today that's exactly what was just auctioned off for charity and hit a record breaking price. One of the very first Apple 1 computers, which still works by the way, was sold this morning for $671,400.

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Kyocera Hydro EDGE and Hydro XTRM hands-on

Kyocera Hydro EDGE and Hydro XTRM hands-on

Today Kyocera revealed two new smartphones will be coming to the US market soon, and just like their recent devices will be able to handle the elements quite well. With a successor to the original Hydro these new phones do a few things that Kyocera does best. That's be budget friendly and waterproof at the same time. Read on for details on both of these new phones.

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Coolpad Quattro II 4G and 8920 smartphone hands-on

Coolpad Quattro II 4G and 8920 smartphone hands-on

When you hear the name Coolpad it might not ring a bell but the company has big plans for their phones in the US, and are here in Las Vegas for CTIA showing off their latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean smartphones. The popular Chinese manufacturer wants to deliver quality 4G LTE smartphones for those on a budget, and in a way have stolen the show here at Pepcom. We got a look at their new Quattro II 4G, as well as the impressive 8920 that recently launched in China.

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HP Slatebook x2 Tablet with Tegra 4 hands-on

HP Slatebook x2 Tablet with Tegra 4 hands-on

Last week the folks from HP announced their latest Android tablet, one of the first devices to be powered by NVIDIA's Tegra 4 quad-core, and today we were able to get our hands all over it. It's the new HP Slatebook x2 Transformer-like tablet running on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and coming to market in August. Below you'll see plenty of hands-on pictures, and even a comparison to the Nexus 10.

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NVIDIA shows off Tegra 4i with 4G LTE-Advanced at CTIA

NVIDIA shows off Tegra 4i with 4G LTE-Advanced at CTIA

Earlier this year NVIDIA announced their all-new quad-core Tegra 4 mobile processor, then followed that up with the Tegra 4i with integrated 4G LTE thanks to their Icera i500 LTE modem. And now today in Las Vegas for CTIA they're showing its potential by doing a live demo testing Cat 4 LTE-Advanced pulling 150 Mbps data speeds with ease.

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