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Scott Webster
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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.


Motorola Moto E (2nd Gen) (2015) review

Announced and made available on February 25, the new Moto E is one of the cheapest off-contract smartphones you’ll find. But, does cheap mean low quality or shoddy craftsmanship? Hardly. Not

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Unified inbox: Gmail app gains Master Inbox view for multiple accounts

At long last Google has introduced a Master Inbox feature for its Gmail app for Android. Called Master Inbox, it lets users lump together the inboxes for multiple accounts. In

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T-Mobile introduces real-time, customer-verified coverage map

T-Mobile, in an effort to provide even more transparency, has announced a new coverage map that it claims is more accurate than anything used by other carriers. Called “Verified Coverage”,

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HTC One E9+ quietly debuts in China

A recently discovered plastic flagship smartphone has gone from rumored to real world as the One E9+ quietly makes an appearance on HTC’s Chinese website. Without any real fanfare, the handset

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Sprint bundles Galaxy S6 in $80 all-in monthly rate plan

Sprint is doing something a little bit different for its Galaxy S6 sales, hoping it might attract customers looking to purchase the upcoming flagship smartphone. The wireless provider will bundle the handset

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Amazon announces unlimited Cloud Drive for $60 per year

Amazon today rolled out two new storage plans for customers to host their photos or media files online in its secure cloud. Available immediately, Amazon will offer a free three-month trial

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Samsung Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge pre-orders begin March 27

Samsung on Thursday announced that its Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge will be available for pre-order starting tomorrow, March 27. The full retail availability is still slated for April

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HTC One M9 on sale tonight at midnight

HTC on Wednesday confirmed it will begin offering its new One M9 smartphone tonight at midnight. Specifically, HTC will sell unlocked version directly through its website starting from 12:01 AM

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T-Mobile offers 1 year of free Netflix with Galaxy S6, S6 Edge

Looking to pick up a Samsung Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 Edge but don’t yet know which wireless provider to choose? Perhaps T-Mobile’s latest promotion might be enough to convince you

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Introducing TomTom GO Mobile, a free Android app

TomTom (TOM2) GO Mobile, a new navigation app for Android devices, with TomTom Traffic, is now available globally for free on 64 Google Play stores. People can now experience TomTom’s

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Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick updated with host of new features

Amazon on Tuesday announced that its Fire TV will gain USB storage as well as private, wireless listening via Bluetooth headphones. What’s more, as part of a free update rolling out

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U.S. Cellular nabs G Flex 2 for March 26

U.S. Cellular on Tuesday announced the LG G Flex 2 will join its smartphone lineup later this week (March 26). Priced $150 with a two-year service agreement, the handset will

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MetroPCS debuts $30 rate plan with unlimited talk, text, and data

T-Mobile and MetroPCS on Tuesday announced a new promotional rate plan for its prepaid customer base with a very affordable monthly fee. Starting immediately, customers can take advantage of a $30

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Samsung commits to loading Microsoft apps on future devices

Samsung says it plans to install a number of Microsoft apps on its upcoming smartphones and tablets. Starting with the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, Samsung’s lineup will come


Watch: 10 odd short films with Robert Downey Jr. to promote the HTC One M9

Remember back in 2013 when HTC signed a deal with Robert Downey Jr. reported to be worth roughly $1 billion? You know, those whole “Here’s to Change” commercials with the hispter