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Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on Android Update (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.

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Instagram app now supports multiple accounts

A new update to the Instagram app for Android and iOS devices was announced yesterday which should come as welcome news for a number of you. Available in the 7.15

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Verizon blesses prepaid users with more data

In an attempt to keep pace with rival carriers, Verizon on Thursday added more data to its prepaid rate plans. Effective immediately, customers on the $45 and $60 plans get

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My Mount Rushmore of Android smartphones

With more than seven years of Android smartphones under our belt, I thought it would be fun to take a look back at some of the more important releases. There are

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Virgin Mobile debuts trio of “unlimited” rate plans

Virgin Mobile today rolled out three new “unlimited” rate plans for customers seeking service without long-term commitment. Essentially, the carrier scaled price points back five bucks each and tweaked the

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T-Mobile adds Amazon Video, WWE Network, others to Binge On

T-Mobile on Thursday confirmed it has added more video streaming services to its Binge On. Available now are Amazon Video, Fox News, Univision NOW, and WWE Network. Binge On, which

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Cricket tempts switchers by slashing phone prices

Cricket Wireless today announced its latest campaign designed to attract customers currently subscribed to other carriers. Starting from January 22 and running for a limited time, the prepaid provider will

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MetroPCS targets Sprint customers with deep discounts, free phones

It seems like every other week another wireless carrier is dangling a limited time promotional rate plan. T-Mobile today ​announced a deal that looks to steal away Sprint subscribers by means of

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Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile to carry $180 Samsung Galaxy J

Samsung is kicking off the new year with a new series of Android-based handsets. Arriving today at Virgin Mobile (online), the $180 Samsung Galaxy J3 looks like a more premium phone

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HTC Vive pre-orders begin February 29, report claims

HTC will begin taking pre-orders for its virtual reality headset, the Vive, starting February 29. That is, according to a recent Telegraph report. HTC CEO Cher Wang, in speaking with

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Fossil Q Founder review: Maybe next time

I’m a big fan of Fossil watches. In fact, the last time I wore a watch prior to Android Wear, I had a pair of Fossil models that I alternated

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How To: Disable and enable Binge On for T-Mobile

Announced in early November, T-Mobile’s Binge On service gives customers unlimited video streaming access to a number of major services. Specifically, if you stream video from companies such as HBO,

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Blu’s Life One X offers up 5.2-inch Lollipop on a budget

Blu’s latest Android smartphone, the Life One X, plays in the Motorola Moto G sandbox. In other words, it’s an unlocked handset that delivers respectable hardware with a budget-friendly cost. Running Android 5.1

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T-Mobile offers Verizon customers one year of Hulu to switch services

T-Mobile today announced it will give Verizon customers one year of Hulu for free if they switch wireless providers. Worth roughly $100, it’s a limited-time deal that runs from December

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Samsung refreshes Galaxy A series with better camera, Android 5.1, more

Samsung today announced that it has refreshed the Galaxy A series of smartphones. The new 2016 line will roll out to China later this month and will later expand to other markets

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Cricket slashes Galaxy S model prices in half for limited time

  Cricket Wireless, a prepaid service provider which operates on AT&T’s network, is halving the price of three Samsung phones. As part of a Cyber Monday promotion, Cricket will cut