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2013 All-Star Game: Records in Danger of Being Broken at Citi Field

Baseball's great history has been forged largely on its most-hallowed records. While the Midsummer Classic is one of the most celebrated events of the baseball season, the records associated with the game aren't as known as some of the sport's other historic marks.<p>After all, it is just one …

Sprint Launches Less Expensive Unlimited Plans with Lifetime Service Guarantee

Sprint today announced new two new mobile plans, both of which come with a new Unlimited Guarantee, ensuring unlimited talk, text, and data on the Sprint Network for the life of the cellular line.<p>Sprint's guarantee applies to new and existing customers who choose to sign up for the "Unlimited, My …

Worried your unlimited data plan will disappear? Sprint is guaranteeing it won’t

Sprint’s(s s) first act under new SoftBank management was to reinforce its commitment to unlimited smartphone data — at least for customers who …

Moto X Phone: Is $500 Million Enough For The Buzz?

Motorola Mobility is getting ready to launch a new smartphone, Moto X, and its owner Google is ready to spend big money.<p>According to a Wall Street Journal article, Google is prepared to spend north of $500 million to market the product. But is it enough to create the necessary buzz to help the …

The 25 Best Tech Companies To Work For In 2013

With help from Glassdoor.com, we've put together a list of the 25 tech companies whose own employees rate them most highly.<p>The reviewers account for culture, lifestyle, and what you can learn while working there.<p>All the reviews and ratings taken into account are from the past 12 months, and only …

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Samsung S4 Lines Up iPhone 5S And Moto X For Price War

The start of the week saw a lot of speculation about the future of the smartphone. Has it peaked/ has it not? Well, maybe, but competition is intensifying anyway, particularly on price in the high and mid ranges.<p>It looks like Google will soon put $500 million into launching a new Motorola …

Pebble has sold 275,000 units, with 1 million apps downloaded so far

Pebble has finally released some of its sales figures, having just gone on sale at local retailer Best Buy, and things are looking pretty good for the little Kickstarter company.<p>So far, Pebble has sold a total of 275,000 smart watches, 85,000 of which came from initial Kickstarter backers, with the …

Sprint announces two new guaranteed unlimited packages

Starting from today, Sprint is offering two new totally unlimited plans known as “Unlimited, My Way” and “My All-In”. The differences between the two essentially depends on whether you’re after a family package, or something for your own use.<p>We’ll look at the “Unlimited, My Way” package first, …

2013: The year of the personalized, colorful, mid-tier smartphone

Choosing a phone is pretty simple if you’re the kind of person who wants the latest & greatest handset and has the budget to pay for it. Even if you’re not sure what platform you want, you’re essentially choosing between a handful of flagship products and are currently likely to walk away with an …

Ready to upgrade from iPad 2? Best Buy giving $200 for older iPads starting Friday

If you’ve been looking to upgrade to the latest model iPad, now is the time to get to your local Best Buy store(s BBY). The retailer is reviving its …

There’s an app for that: in next year’s e-scooters, your iPhone will be the console

iPhone integration in car consoles is of course nothing new, with Siri Eyes Free becoming an increasingly standard feature in new cars. But next year’s electric scooters appear to be taking the idea one step further: if you go to the showrooms to look at an electric scooter next year, you may well …

More Claims of No Retina iPad Mini Until Early 2014

Taiwan's <i>Economic Daily News</i> reports [Google translation] that shortages of Retina display panels for Apple's planned second-generation iPad mini have forced the company to push back its internal launch plans into early 2014. The company reportedly had been planning to launch the device during the …