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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.

News and Rumors

T-Mobile kicks off its VoLTE service in Seattle

T-Mobile, not to be outdone by some of the bigger carriers, has announced its Voice over LTE (VoLTE) service. Chief Technology Officer, Neville Ray, advised in a blog post today that

News and Rumors

LG G3 specs all but official thanks to new leak

With but a few days to go before its debut nearly every specification imaginable has been spilled for the LG G3. This week we get more confirmation of previously rumored

News and Rumors

Amazon giving away five free apps and $10 worth of credits

We’re fast approaching Memorial Day weekend here in the United States which often means barbecues, swimming, time off work, and sales! Amazon, getting things started a few days early, has

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Telenav’s Scout app switches on OpenStreetMap

Telenav on Monday announced its mobile apps will begin using OpenStreeMap. More specifically, the iOS app will begin integrating the crowd-sourced maps later this week. The Android version, for its

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T-Mobile connected tablets now available at Walmart

T-Mobile on Monday announced that Walmart locations across the country are now selling connected tablets. The Trio AXS 3G Quad Core tablet went on sale last Saturday for $179; features

Deals & Steals

HOW TO: Score $22 worth of Amazon Coins for free

Simple method earns you free credits plus 10 apps in the process So you like free stuff, eh? How would you like to earn $22 worth of Amazon Coins? What

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Shutterbug Delight! Amazon giving away 9 paid photo apps for free today

Each app comes with $1 worth of credit towards other apps, too In what is becoming an almost weekly occurrence, Amazon is giving away a number of applications for free

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Amazon Fire TV, Kindle Fire get GTA trilogy, Twitch, and more

Amazon and Rockstar Games today announced that the Grand Theft Auto trilogy is now available on Amazon Fire TV and Kindle Fire. Customers can now download and play Grand Theft Auto III, Grand

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Samsung: 11 million Galaxy S5 sales in first month

As if you might have expected anything else, Samsung has confirmed that the Galaxy S5 is off to a strong start. According to Co-CEO JK Shin, the new flagship smartphone

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Univision dials up its own MVNO on back of T-Mobile network

Spanish-language TV network Univision on Thursday announced its own wireless service, Univision Mobile. Aimed at Hispanics living in the United States, the mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) operates on the back

Accessory Reviews

Jabra Rox wireless headset review

Up for review today we’re taking a look at Jabra’s latest wireless headset, the ROX Wireless Bluetooth Stereo Earbuds. We’ve been very pleased with Jabra’s efforts in the past; their speakers

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T-Mobile and MetroPCS add entry-level ZTE Concord II

T-Mobile and MetroPCS on Wednesday announced the availability of their next budget smartphone, the ZTE Concord II. Powered by Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, the phone features a 4-inch (800×480 pixels)

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Valve classics Portal and Half-Life 2 now available for NVIDIA Shield

Now, more than ever, it’s a great time to be an NVIDIA Shield owner. In case you haven’t picked up on the buzz these last few days, the portable gaming and

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Virgin Mobile and Boost Mobile call on Spark-ready LG Volt

Both Virgin Mobile and Boost Mobile have added a tri-band 4G LTE smartphone to their respective rosters today; both now sell the LG Volt. Powered by Android 4.4 KitKat, the Volt

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KitKat details leaked for multiple Samsung smartphones

Samsung expects to deliver Android 4.4 KitKat updates to around eight smartphones before June is out, says SamMobile. According to the blog’s sources, a number of devices have already been