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Facebook Moms Outdo Their Kids [Infographic]

According to this next infographic from OnlineSchools.Com, moms are spending more time on social networks than anyone else. In fact, they have 40 more Facebook friends than their kids do (on average). It’s not just Facebook either. Moms are covering all the bases including Twitter, Pinterest, various blogs, and Google+. Moms spend an average of 24 hours online every week. …

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AT&T Galaxy S III Details Announced

After Samsung announced the impending release of its new flagship Android smartphone for all major U.S. carriers, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint quickly released details on pre-ordering, pricing, and release date for the Galaxy S III. Now, AT&T has finally announced details for the release of the phone on its network. AT&T will match Verizon’s pre-order date of June 6, and …

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HTC and Sprint Launch New Ad Campaign for the Evo 4G [Video]

With the news today of the Samsung Galaxy S III’s impending U.S. release, it would be easy for HTC to take the day off and let Samsung enjoy the hype surrounding its new flagship Android device. However, HTC has its own cutting-edge Android smartphone, one that it thinks is just as good, if not better, than Samsung’s. To show off …

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Nielsen Says People Aren’t Watching TV Anymore

It’s bad news for advertisers and television studios alike. Nielsen says many people just aren’t watching the old boob tube anymore. An interesting metric for Nielsen to record, the number of people who watch television at least once a month, declined seven percent last year. This data comes from over fifty countries. Conversely, the number of folks who viewed an …

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Samsung Galaxy S III Coming to U.S. in June

Less than one week after the phone was released in Europe and Asia, Samsung today announced that its new flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S III will be available in the U.S. before the end of June. The phone will be available on all major U.S. carriers – AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint – as well as on U.S. Cellular. The …

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Study: IPhone Users Hog All the Data

The Huffington Post is reporting a study that finds iPhone users comprise 80 percent of the top 10% of data users. The report comes from consulting firm Analysys Mason, who revealed that among the smartphone users that fall in the 70th percentile for data use, three times as many of them are iPhones than HTC, which is the second biggest …

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Facebook Smartphone Could Be Released By Next Year

Nick Bilton over at The New York Times technology blog is reporting that Facebook is getting serious about designing and releasing a smartphone. He quotes several anonymous Facebook employees and other Silicon Valley engineers in his report, stating that Facebook hopes to release a smartphone “by next year.” Some of the anonymous engineers cited were evidently sought out specifically by …

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Hit and Run Driver Was Downloading App When He Struck a Pedestrian

Texting while driving is a well known danger. Communities across American have introduced laws that prevent people from doing so. But, with the increasing popularity of apps for smartphones, they may want to consider amending laws to include other cell phone activity as well. Police in Plaistow, New Hampshire are reporting that a man responsible for a hit and run …

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Unboxing Video of the Samsung Galaxy S III

Thanks to the guys over at the HD Blog TV YouTube channel, there are some new videos of the highly-anticipated Samsung Galaxy S III in circulation. However, unless you are fluent in Italian, you may not get much out of them, except for the knowledge that Samsung’s string of of developing impressive Android phones looks like it’s continuing. Aside from …

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Tablets Replace the Idiot Box as Electronic Babysitter [Infographic]

Do you remember all the derogatory names people had for the television when you were growing up? Some of my favorites were the boob tube, idiot box (image courtesy of Boysandgirls.ie), electronic fireplace, and electronic babysitter. This new Infographic from from Schools.com raises our awareness about a new babysitter in town. According to the graphic, seven out of ten children …

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Nielsen Takes a Look at Smartphone Demographics

Over at the Nielsenwire blog today, Nielsen highlighted some of the results from its recent Mobile Insights report for the first quarter of 2012. Included is information on how each of the smartphone operating systems are performing and a look at the demographics for smartphone users in the U.S. The blog post starts off by stating that more than half …

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BlackBerry 10 Camera Lets Users Turn Back Time

Instead of being excited for the most advanced BlackBerry phone ever revealed, the tech press greeted the BlackBerry 10 with a collective “meh,” and proceeded to speculate as to whether the phone was enough to save the company from death or becoming a full-time patent troll. But among the many announcements in the BlackBerry World 2012 keynote presentation was the …

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