Motorola DROID RAZR Maxx HD: Even More Battery Than A Normal RAZR

If Motorola had reason to boost the DROID RAZR HD’s battery life, then it was only for kicks. And it’s come to life as the DROID RAZR Maxx HD. Tons of extra battery life, a 4.7-inch HD Super AMOLED display, a dual-core processor, 4G LTE network, and 21 hours of talk time. All of the previous features, like mobile hotspot, Kevlar, an edge-to-edge screen design are present on the Maxx HD, and will debut later this year with the normal RAZR HD, later this holiday season.

Press release after the break.

Motorola DROID RAZR HD: 4.7-inch Display, LTE, Coming Later This Year

Motorola’s new leading smartphone is the DROID RAZR HD, with a 4.7-inch edge-to-edge display, with a higher-resolution with higher contrast. Inside is a dual-core processor with 4G LTE, on Android 4.0 (Jelly Bean update later in the year), along with Chrome built-in. There’s also 16 hours of talk-time, in a device that is only 8.4mm thin, and mobile hotspot capability, with the user toying away at the blazing Verizon LTE data speeds.

Expect the DROID RAZR HD to debut in Q4 of 2012. Motorola’s extra long press release is available after the cut.

Nokia Lumia 920 Is A 1.5GHz Dual-Core Beast With Windows Phone 8, Comes In Yellow

A yellow Nokia Lumia phone, built to be a savior. Better yet, the Nokia Lumia 920 is the best shot Nokia and Microsoft have at making the Windows Phone 8 brand work. It has a sporty 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor, an 8.7 megapixel Pureview camera with 1080p HD video recording, NFC, LTE data speeds, and integrated Qi wireless charging (as part of a standard that will become commonplace). And to behold all of that raw power and fantastic hardware, is a 4.5-inch screen called PureMotion HD+, which is better than normal HD and keeps content moving on the screen smoothly.

In terms of aesthetics, Nokia has polished up and glossed the polycarbonate body, as well as curving the display into the sides of the Lumia 920. It’s quite different from the Lumia 800 and 900’s main design cues, but Nokia seems to be all about change for the better, so in person it must be better.

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Brevity Review: The ScotteVest Explorer Shirt

Apparently, ScotteVest thought it would be cool to send me another one of their TEC shirts (Technology Enabled Clothing) and we gave it what we’d call “a thorough thrashing review” for a few weeks. The result? The SeV Explorer Shirt in Flax Seed (a sort of off-white color) is worth the $85, is rugged, yet comfortable to wear (even without a t-shirt underneath), and when pressed and cleaned with the sleeves up, looks dare I say — dashing.

ScotteVest Explorer Shirt Gallery

Take a look of it on myself, and while you’re at it, figure out if you’re going anywhere where you need 19 pockets in your buttoned shirt, because despite the array of compartments, the Explorer shirt maintains a slim profile, yet with a reporter who is overseas look.

Score: 9/10

Available at ScotteVest

Intel experiments for a year with dunking entire servers into mineral oil for cooling

Intel made several tests for an entire year as part of Green Revolution Cooling, and with those tests, they seem to have achieved the best energy ratings for cooling servers that they’ve ever recorded. This was accomplished in an odd manner, however. Intel dumped entire servers into mineral oil, which is does not conduct electricity for safety purposes (obviously). But while this may save tons of energy, change parts would become an immense chore, along with oil spills and a continued reliance on mineral oils.

Via: Data Center Knowledge 

Brevity Review: Revo Crux N Sunglasses (Fall 2012 Collection)

Arriving in the mail was an odd rectangular brown box, and in it, one of Revo’s latest sunglasses, part of their (as of publication) unreleased Fall 2012 collection — the Crux N. It is in fact the very first time some cool shades resided on LaptopMemo, but just because technologically-advanced sunglasses have been absent here does not mean the Crux N cannot be the first.

Just look at it. It looks well-styled, with sharp edges and a near-frameless lens design. Plus, it’s incredibly lightweight, and this particular bronze color accompanies the hue of my skin, so it become less like some nice sport shade and more, stealthy — like hunting sunglasses.