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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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Google integrates Google+ functionality within Voice

Chances are there’s not just one person that you don’t want to hear from; there are more than likely several, though that may be the cynic in me. Likewise, there’s

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List of HTC’s possible MWC devices leaks, we wipe the drool off our faces

The observant reader will notice that we’re getting a bit stoked for MWC this year, but we can hardly be credited as the only ones. Our friends over at HTC

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NEC debuts 2012 MWC lineup ahead of schedule

MWC is one of those special times of the year when the media and tech nerds can come and drool together over beautiful soon-to-be-iconic devices. It’s also one of those

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HTC makes mysterious post on Facebook, what does it mean?

Those who follow HTC on Facebook will have noticed a rather ambiguous post this morning. The picture above was posted along with a one sentence commentary. This Sunday you’ll discover

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PowerAmp hits version 2.0.5, brings some new features

Truth: There is no shortage of Android music apps in the Market. The most consistently popular app however, happens to be PowerAmp, and developer Max MP has brought a new

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Say it ain’t so: Samsung to axe the 32GB GSM Galaxy Nexus?

If you’ve been passing up the 16GB GSM Galaxy Nexus for the larger 32GB that’s been looming around the corner, you may want to rethink your decision. Rumor has it

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U.S. Cellular offers sweet deals for new customers

When people are searching for a new smart phone they usually head to one of the four major carriers (Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile). Oftentimes the smaller regional carriers are forgotten,

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Archos Arnova 9 G2 tablet arrives in US for buyers on a budget

In 2011 we saw tablet sales figures rise, particularly in the 4th quarter around the holidays. Motorola moved over a million units last year. Hoping to capture the hearts and minds

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PayPal backs out on NFC, focuses on mobile transactions

In a somewhat surprising turn of events, PayPal has doubled back on their initial support of Near Field Communication (NFC) technology, dropping the development of their NFC mobile point of

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Oregon Scientific announces MEEP! Android tablet, aimed at kids

Every year (practically every month) our grown-up toys get more and more advanced. Screens get bigger, with higher resolutions, processors get faster, and cameras get better. With this progression, it’s

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Norton Safety Minder puts parents at ease

Whether a kid carries Windows Phone 7, an iPhone, or an Android, the cut of their jib is measured by the strut of their phone. This of course brings into

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ADzero to usher in new era of bamboo smartphones?

Of the myriad benefits to going Android, one in particular affects every user: the choice of hardware. Unlike with Apple devices, Android users have a wide range of different styles

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Rdio users rejoice as update brings lots of needed features

For the past couple of years, Rdio has been one of the major players in the cloud-based music scene. Along with their lovely website player, they have apps on Android,

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Qualcomm pulls in record-breaking revenue in first quarter

Mobile hardware monolith Qualcomm reported their first quarter earnings yesterday with an understandable amount of gusto. Despite a venerable position in the market and years of growth and experience, Qualcomm

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NFL releases Super Bowl app for those attending the big game

It’s the New York Giants versus the New England Patriots this year (Giants all the way, for anyone who cares about my opinion), and the NFL wants to make sure