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50 Shades of Karma (No Grey Area Here)

We've got a credit rating for almost every aspect of our lives, but what about our karma? Is your soul in good standing?<p>Where do you land in the following categories? How would you rate yourself? If you don't like the results, get to work! Because, when we shift, the world shifts with us.<p><b>Here are</b> …

The Most Colorful Cities in the World (Photos)

Live the Rainbow<p>No need to rely on just nature to provide a colorful backdrop to your vacation. The streets and skylines of these global cities pop …

JRummy Releases ROM Installer To The Play Store, It's Like ROM Manager On Steroids

If you're a frequent ROM flasher, then you already know the tools of the trade – ROM Manager, ClockworkMod Recovery, TWRP, Goo Manager, etc. – but …

“Galaxy Memo” renders surface. Real or not?

It must be a good day for the folks over at <i>Sam Mobile</i>, who just made available a fully functional version of the yet to be announced Android 4.3 Jelly Bean for the Galaxy S4. Here’s another alleged leak that supposedly landed in their inbox.<p>The two renders you can see below are supposed to …

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Rumor: Galaxy Note 3 to feature 5.99-inch Super AMOLED flexible display

A South Korean report says that the next-gen Galaxy Note handset would pack a 5.99-inch Super AMOLED flexible display, contradicting various existing rumors regarding the upcoming Galaxy Note 3.<p>Just recently, we heard that the handset may feature a 5.7-inch display instead of the 5.99-inch panel …

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How to Reboot Your News Reading After Google Reader’s Death

Here’s how to move past Google Reader into a new feed reader and actually enjoy news reading more than before.<p>Back in the early, buzzy days of what we called Web 2.0 (say, 2007), web addicts used Google to find neat links and used Digg to share them. Now Google wants to capture your sharing, Digg …