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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

Kabam announces Star Wars: Uprising for this fall

Ever wondered what happened in the Star Wars universe after the events of 1983’s Return of the Jedi. Well, for some of us, we read books like The Courtship of

Accessory Reviews

Phiaton BT 220 NC noise-cancelling wireless earphones review

Up for review today we have the Phiaton BT 220 NC noise-cancelling wireless earphones. We’ve reviewed a handful of products from Phiaton in the past and have always been pleased with

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King brings its first word-based game AphaBetty Saga to Android

The developers behind the wildly popular game Candy Crush Saga and its spinoff Candy Crush Soda Saga has delivered its latest mobile game. Available in Google Play Store now, AlphaBetty

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T-Mobile extends Never Settle for Verizon campaign though late June

T-Mobile has extended the window for its Never Settle for Verizon campaign for at least a few more weeks. The program allows for Verizon customers to try out T-Mobile’s service

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Samsung Galaxy S6 Plus to launch in next few weeks, report indicates

Samsung will introduce a Galaxy S6 Plus smartphone in the coming weeks, according to oft-reliable blog SamMobile. The device, which is alleged to feature a 5.4-inch or 5.5-inch Super AMOLED

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Google Maps adds at-a-glance real-time transit info

Starting today it will be much easier to know how long until the 6 Train arrives at 68th Street – Hunter College. Google has added at-a-glance view of details for real-time

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Sprint Prepaid adds Monthly Rolling Data option

Sprint Prepaid is the latest wireless provider to let users accrue unused data. Today sees the introduction of Monthly Rolling Data, an option that allows for customers to bank up

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OnePlus offering limited time Flash Sales for One smartphone

Because it’s seemingly incapable of running a standard sale, OnePlus is offering a limited time Flash Sale for its One smartphone. Running for one week only, it’s a promotion that

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HTC confirms Android M support for One M9 models

HTC representative Jeff Gordon took to twitter to confirm the One M9 and the One M9+ would receive Android M support. It should not come as much of a surprise

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Cricket adds ZTE Overture 2 with an all-in cost of $50

Cricket Wireless today began offering a new entry-level smartphone, the ZTE Overture 2. Priced at only $50, the handset offers a dirt cheap barrier into Android 5.0 Lollipop. Specifications for

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Full offline Google Maps experience coming this year

Google, as part of its keynote speech, showed off a more rich Maps client for Android. Due later this year, the new mobile app will offer a full offline experience

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Google now highlights family friendly content in Play Store

Google on Thursday announced it is now much easier for Play Store users to find family friendly content. Be it apps, games, movies, or other media, Google wants to better the process

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Google refreshes Cardboard with support for iOS, larger devices

One year after its initial launch Google on Thursday released a new version of its Cardboard virtual reality device. Key among the changes in the unit is that it can

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Google Inbox now available to all

Google on Thursday confirmed that its Inbox email service is now available to all users. Offered online as a desktop client as well as through mobile apps, Inbox no longer

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Google rethinks pictures and videos with launch of Photos

Google, as part of its keynote address at Google I/O 2015,  today announced Google Photos, its latest effort to help users store and share their photos and videos. As Google