Amazon offering six titles as part of Free App promo for October 25

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Amazon is offering six Android apps/games for free today instead of the normal single title. The half dozen is actually a pretty good selection of popular and quality apps, not just a few grabbed from the bargain bin. With a total estimated value of around $24, the six apps also come with a ...

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Nexus 5 debut now set for October 31, report indicates

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The Nexus 5 will make its long-awaited debut on Thursday, October 31, reports Canadian tech blog MobileSyrup. According to their source, the Nexus 5 will be made available to U.S. customers first, followed a week later (November 7th or 8th) by Canada’s major wireless providers. Thus far ...

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Moto X to score exclusive ‘Windy Day’ game on October 29

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The Moto X smartphone is expected to get its own exclusive game starting from October 29. A video posted on Motorola’s YouTube account doesn’t tell us much about the title however we get the sense that we’ll be chasing a red hat all over the place. Presumably players will be ...

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Amazon’s ‘FireTube’ set-top box could be delayed until 2014

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Amazon’s set-top box could be delayed beyond the 2013 holiday shopping season, reports The Verge. Originally expected to arrive later this fall, the so-called “FireTube” is allegedly a box based on the same forked version of software that’s found in the Kindle Fire ...

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16GB Nexus 10 also out of stock

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As if we needed further proof that a new Nexus 10 might soon be on the horizon, the current model has been found to be out of stock. While it is only the 16GB version that’s seemingly gone for good, you can still get your hands on the 32GB version. It’s probably no coincidence that ...

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First look at how ads will appear on your Instagram feed

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So you want to see what Instagram has planned for your feed in terms of feed advertisements. Behold. It’s a terrible, intrusive, and invasive manner and we hate it already.  Actually, scratch that.  It’s none of those things and we’re actually keen on what’s happening. ...

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Pandora next in line for Chromecast support

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Pandora may be next in line to support the Chromecast, at least that’s what a new GigaOm finding suggests. Details found in the source code for the Chromecast website and CSS code make multiple references to Pandora. Chromecast is the easiest way to enjoy online video and music on your ...

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HP to sell mobile patent portfolio, report says

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HP is looking to sell some of its mobile patent portfolio, reports a Bloomberg source “with direct knowledge of the matter”. The patents figure to include those related to WebOS, the operating system that Hewlett-Packard bought back in 2010. It’s unclear what HP might be ...

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Samsung moves 40 million Galaxy S4′s in first six months

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Samsung has sold more than 40 million Galaxy S4 smartphones around the globe in the first six months of release. According to Samsung CEO JK Shin, the company’s flagship device is doing quite well for itself, despite a slowed growth in August. With the holiday buying season set to smack ...

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Samsung patent for ‘sports glasses’ uncovered

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A recently approved design patent from South Korea gives us a glimpse into the potential future of Samsung’s next wearable tech product. As we’ve previously heard, Samsung figures to be headed in the same direction as Google and other companies in designing smart glasses. The device ...

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T-Mobile offering 200MB/month free data with tablet purchases

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The Un-carrier offers free data for the life of a device. No catches, no contracts.

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HTC reportedly scales production and now looking to outsource

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After having recently posting its first quarterly loss, HTC is in the unenviable position of having to cut spending. With that comes shutting down at least one of their handset manufacturing lines and looking to outsource production. That is, at least, what Reuters and the Wall Street Journal ...

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Samsung confirms U.S. availability of Galaxy S4 Mini

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Samsung on Wednesday confirmed that the Galaxy S4 Mini will be available in the United States starting in November. Pricing and exact timing details, however, are not made clear in the press release. Instead, we might look for the various wireless providers to soon make their own respective ...

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Samsung expands Galaxy Gear compatibility to include more smartphones

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Samsung on Wednesday confirmed that select older Galaxy smartphones will soon be able to interact with the Galaxy Gear smartwatch. Specifically, once a software update is in place, the devices will be compatible with the wearable tech. Devices expected to see the 4.3 Jelly Bean update (with ...

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LG’s curved G Flex emerges in early pictures

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The first photos have surfaced for what appears to be LG’s smartphone with a curved display, the G Flex. Looking somewhat reminiscent of the Samsung Nexus S, the LG device is reported to offer a 6-inch screen. Additional details are said to include a 13-megapixel rear camera as well as ...

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