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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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Might Google refresh the Nexus 4 with LTE for Android 4.4?

Here we go again with yet another Android 4.4/Nexus rumor… Google could be readying a refreshed version of the LG Nexus 4 with LTE support and have it ready to

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Angry Birds Go races to mobile on December 11

Rovio’s next big smartphone release, Angry Birds Go, is set to hit smartphones everywhere on December 11. The game employs racing mechanics not unlike Mario Kart where each vehicle has

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Sony dishes availability, pricing for Xperia Z1, Xperia Z Ultra, SmartWatch 2

Sony on Tuesday confirmed pricing and immediate availability details as it pertains to the U.S. launch of the Xperia Z1, the Xperia Z Ultra, and the SmartWatch 2. All three

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‘Google Now’ watch due sooner, not later

New chatter hitting the internet these past days suggest that Google is indeed readying a smartwatch with Google Now functionality at its core. The word comes directly on the heels

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Sprint: HTC One Max hits network ‘later this year’

Sprint has become the first carrier (that we are aware of) to announce plans to support the new HTC One Max. A short and sweet post on the wireless provider’s

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Nexus 5 leaks in pictures, hands-on video

We might be on the virtual and literal eve of a Nexus 5 announcement so it should come as no surprise that the leaks are rolling in left and right.

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Android 4.3 Jelly Bean arrives soon for Samsung Galaxy S4 but you can download it now

The Samsung Galaxy S4 is expected to see its Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update in the next few weeks. Rumored for the last few months, the build is just about

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U.S. Cellular says ‘me too’, calls up shared data plans

U.S. Cellular, not wanting to be left out of the party, has announced its own shared data options for consumers and small business users. Plans start at $40 per month

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Alpha: Test the bleeding edge features of Facebook for Android

Forget that beta stuff… you want bleeding edge? You need that alpha. Facebook now allows for an alpha version of its Android application which provides a totally different user experience

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5.9-inch HTC One Max announced with upcoming global availability

Time to put another smartphone rumor out to pasture; the HTC One Max is now official and headed to various markets later this month (October). As expected, the device is

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Making the Droid with lasers and diamonds

Wanna see what makes a Droid a Droid? Check out this short, two-minute video from Verizon which details the process for creating the Droid line of smartphones. I don’t know

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HTC infographic spells impending announcement of HTC One Max

HTC, in typical fashion, has taken to its blog to tease us with an upcoming release. This time around we’re looking at the HTC One Max. Well, HTC never implies

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Change to tablet version of Google Play Store slated for November 21

The Google Play Store will get a slight tweak on November 21, according to a new post on the Android Developer’s blog. Aimed at providing even more visibility for tablet-optimized

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New Sprint subscribers can scoop up LG G2 for only $100

As expected The LG G2 smartphone is up for pre-order for Sprint. The Android 4.2-powered device features a number of high-end specs, including a quad-core 2.3GHz processor, and 5.2-inch HD

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T-Mobile tipped to offer Sony Xperia Z1

T-Mobile USA should soon announce support for the Sony Xperia Z1, according to a new @evleaks tweet. It’s unclear how soon but we’re guessing in the coming weeks. Typically we