Gadgets release from LG includes the G Flex curved phone

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This device takes into account that the traditional flat devices don’t follow the curve of their users’ heads. Samsung may be the manufacturer that has made the most noise regarding its curved gadgets, but it is certainly not alone in the marketplace, as LG has now unveiled its own version of this type of device. The new LG G Flex is considered to be a sleek and curved new version of a “phablet”. The phone and tablet crossover gadgets are drawing a tremendous amount of attention from the tech world.…

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Gadgets from Nokia use lightning to charge a smartphone

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The device manufacturer has partnered with University of Southampton scientists for this tech. Nokia has partnered up with scientists working at the University of Southampton in order to discover a way in which to harness the power from lightening in order to be able to use it to charge gadgets such as smartphones and other mobile devices. This research is meant to be able to use the virtually never ending energy reserves from nature. Lightning is naturally occurring and the raw energy holds a great deal of potential in terms…

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Gadgets from Samsung marketed as fictional devices brought to reality

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The Galaxy Gear line is pointing out the similarity between the smartwatch and science fiction machines. Samsung has launched a new advertising campaign for its Galaxy Gear wearable mobile gadgets that draws attention to a nostalgic connection that consumers already have with this cutting edge technology. Despite the fact that these are state of the art devices, similar concepts have been on television for decades. The new adverts for the Samsung wearable gadgets have been drawn from old films and television show favorites such as Inspector Gadget, Knight Rider, and…

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