GoPro Unveils Smaller, Thinner, Faster Hero3 Action Camera

GoPro Unveils Smaller, Thinner, Faster Hero3 Action Camera

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There was a lot of whooping and hollering going on Tuesday evening, and it wasn’t just for the New York Yankees vs. Detroit Tigers game or the Presidential debate. An amped GoPro team unveiled its next-generation action camera at a media event in San Francisco tonight, showing off its smallest...
GoPro Unveils Smaller, Thinner, Faster Hero3 Action Camera
                                       

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New HTC has created an upgraded version of one of its handsets for Taiwan. The One S Special Edition has a new white case, and comes with Android Jelly Bean preloaded onto its 64GB of storage space, though other specifications reveal it to have most of the same internals as a...
HTC pushes white One S Special Edition in Taiwan

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Apple Acquires Web App Startup Particle, Retains Several Developers To Work At Cupertino

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Pearson sorry for downing 1.45 million teaching blogs

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New With Apple all but certain to introduce a new, smaller iPad at its San Jose launch event next week, Google appears to have plans of its own to make its popular Nexus 7 more attractive to consumers by offering a 32GB model for 99 pence more than as its 16GB...
UK retailer Argos confirms Google to offer 32GB Nexus 7, available for £199.99

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Amazon Sets Sites on Kids

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Global smartphones in use pass 1bn, but next billion could come by 2015: Report

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The next billion: Facebook offers $1 credits for mobile signups and referrals in India
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