Joshua Pramis

Joshua Pramis

Former Digital Trends Contributor
Spending a childhood engrossed in such technologically inspiring television shows like Voltron, Small Wonder, and Power Rangers, it's really no surprise that all things digital continue to inspire and amaze Joshua. After working as an editor for Travel + Leisure for 7 years, he left to take on the freelance world. And while doesn't look forward to a complete Cylon takeover, he does eagerly await the day he can become half cyborg.
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Will Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 be the S4’s biggest competitor?

With rumors of the Galaxy Note 3 being unveiled in September, is Samsung going to become its own competitor? It's sister device, the S4 doesn't come out until May, but the Note 3 is rumored to have all it has and more.
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Did you know: A majority of app revenue comes from in-app purchases

A new study shows that the bulk of app revenue doesn't come from the initial download, but from in-app purchases.
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AT&T claims it will exclusively offer 64GB model of HTC One

In a new video on YouTube, AT&T claims that it will be the sole carrier of the 64GB model of the new HTC One. This means Sprint and T-Mobile will only offer the 32GB model.
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Google patents a new way to conserve your phone’s battery life

Google's new patent shows that, instead of relying on screen brightness, it will adjust display quality in order to help conserve battery life. Whether or not it will work better than brightness control is yet to be determined.
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Ready to 3D print your own smartphone case?

A new start-up promises to deliver custom-made cases to users for both their smartphones and tablets. The cases, while not on the cheap side, will be made using 3D printing.
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Remember kazoos, those cheap musical toys? The iKazoo can control your Android phone

A new, strange invention will allow for users to control their android devices using an electronic kazoo. The iKazoo has yet to hit the market, but be prepared. Here's what the musical innovation has to offer.
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Stop texting and driving! Study shows that adults are worse than teenagers

A survey conducted by AT&T shows that the average driver texts while driving. The mobile carrier is promoting its campaign to help stop people from doing both at the same time.
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Who’s that actor? Google Play movies can now tell you who’s on screen

Google announced that it is going to introduce Knowledge Graph to movies, but will utilize facial recognition technology. When it first launches, it will only be available on Android devices running 4.0 or higher, but plans to branch out…
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New pill bottle concept comes equipped with smartphone technology

A new concept for a pill bottle will feature smartphone technology, like 3G/LTE connectivity, text messaging, and an alarm. The bottle will help to remind patients to take their medication at the appropriate times.
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Using GPS tracking, researchers can now fingerprint who you are by your movements

A new report conducted by MIT shows that anonymous cell phone GPS data can actually be used to determine the user's identity. The study raises even more questions about privacy, an already huge topic of concern in the digital world.
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LG wins patent for a phone with three screens

LG was recently approved for a patent that details a smartphone that would have three screens. Two of the screens would be retractable and serve as spots where auxiliary functions would take place.
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1 in 4 patents granted cover phones, and Samsung leads the pack

A new study shows that Samsung now is in possession of the most mobile patents in the world. The South Korea-based company can attribute its 2012 dominance of the patent world.