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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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Watch: Tim Tebow stars in T-Mobile’s new commercials

Watching the big game on Sunday? Keep your eyes peeled for one or both of the following ads. Starring Tim Tebow, who happens to be without an NFL contract, the

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Samsung Poland intros two Galaxy Note 3 Neo models

After months of rumors, Samsung (Poland) has announced two new versions of the Galaxy Note 3. Known as the Galaxy Note 3 Neo 3G and the Galaxy Note 3 Neo

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Samsung intros Black Edition Galaxy S4, S4 Mini for Russia

Samsung on Friday introduced new versions of the Galaxy S4 and Galaxy S4 Mini for the Russian market. Dubbed the “Black Edition”, these are gorgeous black on black designs with

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HTC: “We’ll miss our self-imposed Android 4.4 target”

HTC president (U.S.) Jason Mackenzie has penned a post on the company’s website advising that the hardware maker will miss its self-imposed target for Android 4.4 KitKat. Initially expected to

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Alleged model numbers and first camera sample surface for Galaxy S5

A list of model numbers for the Samsung Galaxy S5 variants have emerged, giving anxious fans just a little bit more to chew on. If you’re the type of person

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AT&T dangles $100 credit to attract new lines

AT&T on Wednesday introduced a limited-time promotion which gives both new and existing customers an account credit of $100 should they activate a new line (post-paid) of service. The deal

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Leaked LG G Pro 2 images show rear-mounted buttons

A pair of images surfacing over at Korean site DC Inside are giving us our first peeks at the upcoming LG G Pro 2. Like the G2 and G Flex, this

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NVIDIA updates TegraZone to support all Android devices

NVIDIA today issued an update to its TegraZone app (v 2.9) which sees much wider device support. No longer relegated to Tegra-powered devices, it lets players and gamers from other

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Amazon’s game console to launch in 2014, report indicates

Amazon will debut a game console later this year which will run Android, says gaming-centric site VG247. Expected to launch with a sub-$300 price tag, the console will reportedly allow

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Nokia X (Normandy) specs revealed to be entry-level

Likely aimed at first-time smartphone buyers, Nokia’s first Android features low-end hardware The purported specifications for Nokia’s first Android smartphone have leaked online, pointing to an entry-level experience.  According to

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Rovio: We’re not in bed with the NSA

So you’ve heard a rumor this week that the NSA was pulling data from Rovio’s popular Angry Birds games, eh? Could it be true? Is Rovio really helping out the

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Amazon intros new tools for developers selling HTML5 apps

Amazon today introduced a number of new tools for mobile developers looking to publish HTML5 apps and games. Effective immediately, developers can set list prices for their web-based apps and

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Boost Mobile debuts 5.7-inch Boost MAX

The $300 device is the no-contract carrier’s first crack at the so-called phablet form factor Boost Mobile on Tuesday introduced its first plus-sized smartphone, the 5.7-inch Boost MAX. Powered by

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Sprint adds 40 markets to LTE footprint

Sprint on Monday announced that it has added another 40 markets to its 4G LTE network. The areas, which seem to be scattered all over the country, bring the total

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HTC M8 to feature on-screen buttons, report indicates

The upcoming HTC ‘M8′ smartphone will be HTC’s first handset to employ on-screen buttons. At least that’s what a recent tweet from evleaks tells us. Generally speaking, it’s a mixed