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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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HTC promises wearable device by year end

The struggling hardware maker believes this is a turnaround year HTC has confirmed that they, too, will release a wearable device later this year and join a quickly crowding market.

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Motorola holding press event on February 25

Motorola has sent out invitations to an event for press and executives which takes place on February 25. Coinciding with Mobile World Congress, the soiree also happens to be held

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Samsung and Cisco sign cross-licencse patent deal

Samsung and Cisco have inked a deal which should lead to more innovation across multiple fronts over the next decade or longer. Like the agreement between Google and Cisco from

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Amazon shaves up to$80 off Kindle Fire and Kindle Fire HDX models

Just in time for Valentine’s Day 2014, Amazon has discounted the price of its popular tablet, the Kindle Fire HDX. Effective immediately, and for a limited time, you can score

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Samsung partners with Swarovski for limited edition Galaxy Note 3 cover

Samsung today announced a partnership with Swarovski which has resulted in a limited-edition cover for the Galaxy Note 3. As you might expect, this thin is decked out in Swarovski

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Jelly Bean powers three in five Android devices

It’s a new month which means new Android platform figures. We like to check in once every few weeks to see how the Android landscape looks and get a sense

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Gameloft and Marvel announce Captain America: The Winter Soldier game

Gameloft and Marvel have announced the upcoming release of a smartphone and tablet game based on the film Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Arriving in late March, the game puts

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AllCast updated with Chromecast support

Koushik Dutta has rolled out an updated release of his popular and handy app AllCast. As we expected would ultimately happen, his new version offer support with the Chromecast’s SDK.

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Amazon guarantees $1.50 CPM banner ads in Amazon Mobile Ad Network for March, April

Amazon’s latest promotion hopes to ensnare new apps and games Listen up Android developers! Amazon just announced a really great revenue opportunity for those who have yet to take advantage

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Air Wireless refreshes no-contract offerings

Aio Wireless on Tuesday rolled out new, no-contract service plans for customers. Effective immediately, the three plans range from $40-$60 per month, however all of them include unlimited voice and

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Google and Cisco sign cross-license patent deal

Google and Cisco today announced a new deal which sees the two benefiting from playing nice with each other. The two companies will license patents to the other in an

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Samsung details pricing and U.S. availability for Galaxy Note Pro, Galaxy Tab Pro

Samsung on Tuesday announced the pricing and U.S. launch details for the brand new Galaxy Note Pro and Galaxy Tab Pro devices. Set to arrive on Thursday, February 13, these

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LG confirms optical image stabilization for G Pro 2

Korean smartphone maker LG announced that the upcoming G Pro 2 will feature optical image stabilization (OIS) in the camera. The 13-megapixel shooter should provide less shakiness in pictures and

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Samsung schedules February 24 Unpacked event for Galaxy S5

Samsung is expected to introduce its next generation of flagship Galaxy S smartphones on February 24. An invitation posted on the company’s press page tells us that the Galaxy S5

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AT&T no longer paying T-Mobile customers up to $450 to switch carriers

Remember that limited time promotion where AT&T would pay T-Mobile customers up to $450 switch wireless providers? It’s done. Over. You missed it. The Wall Street Journal is reporting that