Which 2013 smartphone is the best for gaming?

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Any time new technology comes onto the market, it may take a bit for consumers to learn about the implications of the new device. As this information is learned, the demand for the devices often increases. This has been the case with smartphones. When they were originally introduced, their ownership wasn’t as widespread as it is now. Today, consumers are realising how valuable these tools really are. Many smartphone owners use their device as a gaming console. With so many online games being offered, including online casinos like, smartphones make it possible to enjoy gaming anywhere you are.
According to gamers, one of the best smartphones for gaming is the HTC One. Certain specifications make a particular smartphone better for gaming than others. With the HTC One, owners get a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 quad core processor. While have a speedy processor is important, it must also be accompanied with a sufficient amount of RAM. Without enough RAM, the processor cannot fully do its job. For gaming, it is recommended that phones have at least 1 GB of RAM. With the HTC One, gamers get twice that amount, 2 GB. With these two components combined, the HTC One scored well when it underwent tests for speed that were conducted by independent panels.

When playing games online, they can use a variety of methods to be accessible to smartphone users. One of these is by using certain browser plug-ins. Java Script is one such plug-in that may be used by a gaming site. The HTC One is one of the best smartphones that can use Java. Expect any game running on Java Script to be quite responsive and fast operating. The screen is also an important part of a gaming phone. The HTC One has a display that measures 4.7 inches which is on the larger end for smartphones.

Will Romney’s dishonest Jeep ads backfire?

The Mitt Romney campaign is arguing that they will win Ohio despite the polls, but it’s hard to believe them given the desperate Jeep ads Romney has been running. The Toledo Blade is one of many news organizations slamming the ads, and they offered up a scathing editorial.

In the fi­nal few days of the pres­i­den­tial con­test, Mitt Rom­ney ev­i­dently rec­og­nizes that his op­po­si­tion to the fed­eral res­cue of Gen­eral Mo­tors and Chrysler is costing him voter sup­port he needs in Ohio and Mich­i­gan. So the Re­pub­li­can nom­i­nee is con­duct­ing an ex­er­cise in de­cep­tion about auto-in­dus­try is­sues that is re­mark­able even by the stan­dards of his cam­paign.

At an ap­pear­ance last week in De­fi­ance, Mr. Rom­ney an­nounced that “Jeep, now owned by the Ital­ians, is think­ing of mov­ing all pro­duc­tion to China.” That as­ser­tion was based on an am­big­u­ously worded news re­port.

Chrysler, which owns Jeep and in which the Ital­ian auto­maker Fiat has a ma­jor­ity stake, quickly de­nied the re­port. A com­pany spokes­man said Mr. Rom­ney’s rhe­tor­i­cal leap “would be dif­fi­cult even for pro­fes­sional cir­cus ac­ro­bats.” But the Rom­ney cam­paign launched an ad in Ohio that claimed that Pres­i­dent Obama, who pre­sided over the auto bail­out, “sold Chrysler to Ital­ians who are go­ing to build Jeeps in China.”

Chrysler CEO Ser­gio Mar­chionne re­moved all doubt about his com­pany’s in­ten­tions this week in an email to em­ploy­ees: “Jeep pro­duc­tion will not be moved from the United States to China,” he said. “Jeep as­sem­bly lines will re­main in op­er­a­tion in the United States and will con­sti­tute the back­bone of the brand. It is in­ac­cu­rate to sug­gest any­thing dif­fer­ent.”

The ads seem to be backfiring. Voters in Ohio aren’t stupid. They follow the auto industry and they know a lie when they hear one.

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