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Genius. Innovator. Magical elf. None of these things spring to mind when thinking about Mitch Wright, but now they will, thanks to this bio. Mitch works as a phone technician and writer when he's not spending time with his awesome wife and two wonderful kids. He's been using a smartphone since the HTC Touch and is a ROM flashing fanatic on his current phone, the Galaxy Nexus.

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HTC Zara Mini is HTC Z3, says evleaks

We had written recently (yesterday, in fact) with leaked photos of the HTC Zara Mini, a smaller version of the HTC Zara, an as yet unannounced addition to the HTC

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The Galaxy NX camera revealed

Cameras seem to be the item of the year for Samsung. With the Galaxy S4 Zoom revealed, new information is leaking out regarding the next Galaxy camera, the Galaxy NX.

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doubleTwist brings its design in-line with Android’s Holo style

The doubleTwist media player for Android is one of the most popular and innovative apps of its kind. From its companion computer app which allows for WiFi syncing, to its

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Moves for Android to be released this summer

There’s a multitude (a plethora, even!) of fitness apps available on the Android platform. These can range anywhere from full workout instructors to calorie counters to everything in between. For

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Vizio announces first Tegra 4 tablet, 10.1-inch screen with 2560 x 1600 resolution

The Nexus 10 thus far has been the go to choice for people looking for the stock Android experience on a 10 inch tablet. With CES blasting off today, there’s

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Google sells Motorola Home to Arris for $2.35 billion…among other things

The big news today in the Google-verse (for those that haven’t been tuned in) is the big G’s sale of their Motorola set-top box division, Motorola Home. For $2.05 billion

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T-Mobile brings enhanced network to 5 new areas, now up to 100 million people

  Those who considered T-Mobile out of the game after AT&T’s failed attempt at a buyout may want to start taking another look at the carrier. Neville Ray, Chief Technology

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SwiftKey announces SwiftKey Flow, featuring Swype-esque input

There’s a myriad of third-party keyboard options available for Android, but none have hit quite the commercial success of SwiftKey, with its great word prediction, or Swype, with its innovative


Review: Motorola Atrix HD

Motorola is rarely a slouch when it comes to mobile devices. Whether it’s phones or Bluetooths, they typically try to innovate and think outside the box a little, even if

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HTC One V to be available at Cricket beginning September 2nd

When HTC unveiled its One series a while ago, it was met with what bordered on unanimous praise. The software and hardware were both lauded for their forward thinking and

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An update on OUYA’s exciting Android-based console project: Success!

  A month ago we wrote on a Kickstarter project called OUYA, an innovative gaming platform designed to bring gamers back to the more family & multiplayer-oriented television. At the

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Amazon brings GameCircle to Kindle Fire and APIs for game developers

  For a while now, the Amazon Kindle Fire has stood as top dog as the fiscally friendly Android tablet. The low price-point paired with elegant UI and integration with

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GameStop to carry the Nexus 7, now taking preorders

  I’ll say this of GameStop: they’ve done an excellent job of seeing the writing on the wall regarding the future of gaming and adapting their sales structure accordingly. Recognizing

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Samsung Galaxy S3 to hit Sprint on July 1st, hopefully for real this time

Good news all around for potential Sprint Galaxy S3 owners today! Earlier we had posted that 32GB Galaxy S3 units had started shipping out, and now it seems that we’ve

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Google takes on home media with Nexus Q

Google’s off to the races today with announcements across a multitude of platforms, some of them expected, some not so much. Falling into the latter category, Google has announced a