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    Mother's Day Giveaway: LG Optimus G Pro
    Posted on: May 10, 2013 at 1:40 pm on Gear Live - 11 comments total

  • The giveaway is not determined by the amount of interest, it is a random drawing.

    2010 Holiday Gift Guide Giveaway: Zune HD
    Posted on: December 10, 2010 at 11:50 pm on Gear Live - 5 comments total

  • If you wanna get your phone converted, contact Joshua Drenter at whiteiphoneconversion@yahoo.com. The base conversion is $300. The full conversion, which includes the white dock port and headphone jack (so the phone is identical in every way to Apple's white iPhone) is an additional $120. Anyone who mentions Gear Live gets 10% off!

    Bleeding Edge TV 368: A look at the White iPhone 4
    Posted on: October 27, 2010 at 1:40 pm on Bleeding Edge TV - 1 comments total

  • Well, one thing for all users would be faster math. But for users like me that have more than 4GB RAM in their computers (I have 12GB,) there would be more significant improvements in speed.

    iLife '11: Sadly, not 64 bit
    Posted on: October 24, 2010 at 4:09 pm on Gear Live - 1 comments total

  • The bandwidth to push 1080p rentals streaming is a reality. Look at Vudu HDX.

    Apple TV review (2010): 5 Things We Hate
    Posted on: October 14, 2010 at 4:35 am on Gear Live - 1 comments total

  • We just added a method to get a bonus entry into the contest - just follow us on Digg! http://digg.com/users/gearlive

    Giveaway: Lenovo A63 with two 22-inch widescreen monitors!
    Posted on: July 02, 2010 at 5:26 pm on Gear Live - 2 comments total

  • Right, but the thing is that with AT&T's new plan, if you use less than 200MB per month, you can drop your rate significantly by getting the $15 plan -- and if you go over, you pay in increments of $15 per 200MB. No crazy hidden charges for overages, just clear stepping and scaling for usage. That's a great, pro-consumer change, even if you don't necessarily like the rates or the increments of data. So why, then, does a data plan so focused on the consumption component charge an extra $20 for tethering (and without even adding any data to your pool)? For a plan so focused on usage, this makes absolutely no sense. There is zero technical or logical difference between a computer funneling data through a phone or the phone requesting that data itself, especially when you're paying by the meg. Par for the course with AT&T, it's a cynical and sour-tasting ploy to gouge customers for every last cent before consumers wise up and demand it be bundled. And the sad thing is, a lot of people are going to pay for it in the mean time.

    ATT finally announces iPhone tethering plan. And it sucks.
    Posted on: June 03, 2010 at 2:12 pm on Gear Live - 3 comments total

  • Your info doesn't make sense. In this case Apple is selling you 2GB of data for $25. If you want to use that SAME 2GB of data while tethered, they charge you another $20. It's like ordering food at a buffet for $25, and getting no silverware. When you ask for a fork, they charge you a $20 fee.

    ATT finally announces iPhone tethering plan. And it sucks.
    Posted on: June 02, 2010 at 8:53 pm on Gear Live - 3 comments total

  • James, SXSW is South by Southwest, and it is a three-in-one event/festival. There is a music festival, film festival, and "interactive" festival that all overlap. Tens of thousands of people attend. The Interactive festival is basically a technology/Internet/software/social media event. We will have much more from the event, so hopefully you'll get a better understanding of it ;)

    SxSW 2010: Austin is now the Thunderdome
    Posted on: March 12, 2010 at 8:58 pm on Gear Live - 2 comments total

  • These definitely don't stick out from the ear as far as the Tour edition, however when looking at sound, we aren't sure, because we haven't heard them. That said, looking at price, they are more expensive than both the Tour and the Heartbeats, so we are guessing that they offer a more premium sound.

    Diddy Beats packaging revealed
    Posted on: January 22, 2010 at 4:43 pm on Gear Live - 3 comments total

  • Alright guys - you all win the prize package - watch your email! :)

    Giveaway: 10 FastPencil Book Publishing Packages
    Posted on: January 21, 2010 at 8:02 pm on Gear Live - 5 comments total

  • I think the bezel makes the screen sizes look different. The reading area on the Kindle and nook are exactly the same size. I wouldn't be surprised if they used the exact same part for their screens, in fact ;)

    Barnes and Noble nook vs. Amazon Kindle: Size comparison shots
    Posted on: December 09, 2009 at 7:06 pm on Gear Live - 1 comments total

  • Yup, I will be waiting a few days for entries to come in. And the postcards are AWESOME quality. I was seriously surprised. Better than any postcard I've ever seen :)

    Show us your Pwned Face and win a Limited Edition Xbox 360 Modern Warfare 2 console!
    Posted on: December 01, 2009 at 7:28 pm on Gear Live - 8 comments total

  • Hey! It's a free trip to NYC as well, and it takes like a minute to enter ;)

    Contest: Win a trip to New York, $1,500 shopping spree, more!
    Posted on: November 09, 2009 at 8:59 pm on Gear Live - 3 comments total

  • And again I ask, how much time have you spent with both an iPhone 3GS, and the Motorola DROID? I've spent a lot of time with each, and while I use an iPhone as my primary device, I am constantly (CONSTANTLY) having to use other devices as my primary device for a week or two at a time in order to review them. You can do a feature-to-feature comparison all you want, but sometimes a loss in one area negates in win in all others. Heck, put up a Corvette against a Kia, and go feature to feature...but if the brakes on the Corvette don't work, I'll take the Kia. The fact is, the DROID has some things about it that just make it not as polished a product as the iPhone. The keyboard is an absolute mess, and while the software on-screen keyboard is better, it's nowhere near what the iPhone has. For many buying a smartphone, they do a lot of typing (texts, emails, entering URLs, Twitter, etc.) - the DROID makes this a chore. That is just one example.

    Motorola DROID review
    Posted on: November 04, 2009 at 9:55 pm on Gear Live - 2 comments total

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