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i'm trying to be awesome today, but i'm exhausted from being so freakin' awesome yesterday (b&w) iphone case

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i'm trying to be awesome today, but i'm exhausted from being so freakin' awesome yesterday (b&w) iphone case

i'm trying to be awesome today, but i'm exhausted from being so freakin' awesome yesterday (b&w) iphone case

CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. And the phone itself just got a price cut. Direct from Virgin Mobile, you can get the LG Optimus V smartphone for $129.99 shipped. No taxes, no activation fees, just $129.99 out the door. (Virgin is one of the few carriers that doesn't nickel-and-dime you to death.). Update: Eagle-eyed reader Dexterella noted that by applying coupon code OCTOBER at checkout, you can get the phone for $110.50. The Optimus V is on the small side, weighing 4.7 ounces and measuring just half an inch thick. It also has a 3.2-inch screen, which can feel cramped--unless you're accustomed to a screen that's even smaller. It has no physical keyboard, but does offer that nifty Swype software for easily entering text via the onscreen keyboard.

Apple recalled Todd Mowry, a professor computer science at Carnegie Mellon University, to argue that even with a different interpretation of analyzer server, Samsung infringed Apple's patents, Samsung attorneys tried to show inconsistencies in Mowry's testimony, and they recalled their own witness, Kevin Jeffay, professor of computer science at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, to testify about the technology, Jeffay, in his first moments of testimony, said he'd held a certain view of analyzer server the entire course of the case, but the court wouldn't allow him to talk about it, Koh and Apple's i'm trying to be awesome today, but i'm exhausted from being so freakin' awesome yesterday (b&w) iphone case attorneys took issue with the statement, with Koh determining that Jeffay never adopted the definition from Posner, She struck his testimony after the lawyers argued over the issue for nearly half an hour..

Still making time to catch your favorite shows on TV? Well, why not get rewarded for doing just that? Viggle is an Android app that lets you check in to the shows you're watching at that moment. It works sort of like Shazam does for music (and TV on iOS): the app listens to the TV and then compares character voices or other sounds within their database to get the show's name. After checking in, you'll be rewarded with points. The point values differ from show to show, with featured shows granting more. So what can you do with these points? You can exchange them for gift cards (like Barnes & Noble or iTunes) or even tangible gadgets (like an iPod Touch).

Looking just at Android, Verizon customers will have no shortage of options this fall as they look for new smartphones, Toss in some Windows Phone 8 stuff and that something called the iPhone 5 and it almost becomes paralyzing, Of course, there's always the potential that we'll see a new Nexus device thrown in for good measure as well, Which one of these do you have your eye on?, The next few i'm trying to be awesome today, but i'm exhausted from being so freakin' awesome yesterday (b&w) iphone case months should see Android devices from no fewer than six hardware makers, In what's becoming a regular occurrence, Verizon's year-end roadmap has apparently found its way online, according to Phone Arena, tipping the Big Red's smartphone plans..

The Gogroove Smartmini can make a wireless, one-way audio connection by broadcasting to an empty frequency on the FM radio spectrum, which you can then listen to by tuning a nearby radio (preferably the one in your car's dashboard) to the same frequency. The device also features a Bluetooth 2.1 connection that enables it to receive hands-free calls and A2DP stereo audio streaming. Pairing is simple and didn't even require a PIN for my Samsung Galaxy Nexus running Android 4.2.x. The Smartmini's primary function is to act as a bridge between your high-tech mobile device and a low-tech car stereo radio. It can do this in a number of ways. Bluetooth-to-FM transmission is the primary advertised mode, but there's also Bluetooth-to-auxiliary input for cars with a 3.5mm connection, and headphone-jack-output-to-FM transmission for devices without Bluetooth. You could probably even go from headphone jack to audio input to audio output to auxiliary input if you were feeling needlessly complex, but I don't advise it.