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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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T-Mobile adds six more streaming music providers to Music Freedom initiative

T-Mobile, having one heck of a busy week, has just announced six more service providers for its Music Freedom program. Starting immediately customers on T-Mobile can stream AccuRadio, Black Planet, Grooveshark, Radio

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Archos announces new Android tablets, smartphones, and gadgets for IFA

Archos has announced a number of new smartphones and tablets ahead of the annual IFA trade event, a couple of which run Android. First up is the 5-inch 50b Platinum,

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Boost Mobile adds wallet-friendly ZTE Boost Warp Sync

Boost Mobile on Tuesday announced the availability of the ZTE Boost Warp Sync. Powered by Android 4.4 KitKat, the handset features a 5-inch display and an 8-megapixel rear camera. Internally

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T-Mobile intros new tablet data option and expanded family plans

For the second time in this short week T-Mobile has announced changes to its rate plans. And, as you might have guessed, these are to the benefit of the consumer.

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RadioShack offering (Verizon) Samsung Galaxy S5 for $79.99

RadioShack is running a limited time promotion which sees the Samsung Galaxy S5 listed for only $79.99 with a two year service agreement. Offered through Verizon, this is the lowest


Google ‘Nexus X’ to be made by Moto and released near Halloween, report says

The Nexus 6 is dead; long live the Nexus X. Word on the street is that the upcoming Nexus smartphone from Google will be made by Motorola but it won’t

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T-Mobile announces $45 Simple Starter plan with 2GB data for September 3

T-Mobile is at it again, unveiling yet another industry-undercutting rate plan. The Un-carrier on Monday announced a new option for its Simple Starter customers in the form of a $45

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Samsung YouTube video touts handwriting in Galaxy Note 4 teaser

Samsung, excited about its upcoming Unpacked event, has begun teasing its big reveal. A new video hitting YouTube called [Ready to Note?] Your Note for Handwriting highlights all of the benefits

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Cricket offers $100 for T-Mobile and MetroPCS switchers

AT&T’s prepaid arm of Cricket Wireless is taking a page out of T-Mobile’s playbook, offering rewards for customer who jump ship. Starting from August 24 and running through October 19,

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Sprint fires back with $60 Unlimited Data plan

Sprint on Monday announced its Family Share Pack plan, an options that allows for shared plans with up to 20GB of 4G LTE data. What’s more, a limited time promotion saw

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LG debuts pair of 3G smartphones for emerging markets

LG has introduced a pair of 3G smartphones ahead of IFA next month in Berlin. Aimed at first-time buyers and teens in emerging markets, the LG Fino and LG Bello

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T-Mobile rewards existing users with 1 year of unlimited data for bringing new customers

T-Mobile on Thursday announced a new promotion which aims to benefit existing customers for their loyalty. As they see it, all of these recent and disruptive changes happening in the

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Unlocked ZTE Nubia 5S Mini now available for $280 at Amazon

ZTE on Wednesday confirmed the upcoming U.S. availability of the Nubia 5S Mini with LTE.  Shipping next week, August 27, the handset features a 4.7-inch 720p HD display, a 13-megapixel

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Huawei slips more EMUI 3.0 previews out ahead of debut

Huawei, rightfully excited over its upcoming EMUI 3.0, has leaked out another handful of images for its custom user interface. Expected to debut at IFA next month, this time we’re

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LG to bring G3 user interface to most future mobile devices

LG on Tuesday announced that the user interface first introduced in the G3 will become standardized across the company’s mid- to entry-level mobile family. The move ensures that customers can