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ONE DAY ONLY: Google Glass Available to Public – April 15th

No, you didn’t read it wrong. For one day only, Google will be making Google Glass available to the general public. If you’re not familiar with Google Glass, you will be soon. Glass is Google’s wearable active computer accessory based around world exploration with a mounted visual display that sits just above the user’s eye. The point of Glass is to allow the user to be able to engage with the device in a smartphone like format, but completely hands free. Instead of using their hands to interact with the device, users will now be interacting via voice commands and head movement. A simple head tilt of around 30° will be your unique movement signature to activate the display allowing for the consumer to have full access to all of the apps and features that they have linked with their phone and the Glass device.  We could spend all day going over the endless possibilities of Glass, but we figure you’d probably rather watch a cool video on it so we found one for you just down below. After watching the video a lot of you might find yourself interested in the April 15th LIMITED TIME release date and how much this sweet device is going to run you. Well for a cool $1500, you can be walking the streets like a true android in no time. Click HERE to go sign up for Glass today!

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Nokia Lumia 1520’s 41 Megapixel Phablet

 

Nokia Lumia 1520’s 41 Megapixel Phablet

Nokia is coming out of nowhere lately with these huge megapixel phones, and now they are going towards the new phablet craze. With a whopping 41 megapixels and a 6-inch 1080p screen, Nokia – a name most of us forgot about –  is really stirring up the industry. The phone is backed with a Qualcom Snapdragon 800 chipset with a Quad-Core 2.2 GHz Krait 400 CPU and 2GB RAM making every action smooth and fluid. With the 3400mAh battery that has Qi wireless charging support you can make sure to never run out of power on the go. This phone comes packed with 32GB of internal storage with microSD expandable up to 64GB. Check out the full story HERE.