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Things to know about Project Fi

At the moment, Project Fi is still in the development stages with an Early Access Program, and Google wants to slowly roll it out to test it before allowing public

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Google launches Project Fi, its no-contract MVNO

Google on Wednesday announced its latest mobile endeavor, Project Fi. The mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) launches with a number of options for customers. The plans are no-contract and start as low

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5 reasons you shouldn’t root your new Galaxy S6

The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge are Samsung’s newest devices and they are definitely packed with power. They feature QHD displays with over 570 ppi, an amazingly powerful Exynos

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HTC One M9 review

For all the grief Android fanboys give Apple for merely refreshing its iPhone each year they don’t always hold Android smartphones to the same accountability. Sure, most years we something big

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Taking control of widgets with HD Widgets (Monday Makeover)

There is a plethora of apps out there that allow you to customize just about every single thing on your android smartphone without even rooting. That is why we have

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7 months in, the Moto 360 is still the best Android Wear smartwatch on the market

Motorola Moto 360-Amazon Link  When I got the email notifying me that a package had arrived for me, I quickly mosied on over to my mail center, knowing that I

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Sony announces the Xperia Z4 with metal body, 5.2″ 1080p display & Snapdragon 810 CPU

Putting an end to the whole leaking business that had spiralled around the upcoming Xperia Z4, Sony Mobiles has finally announced its latest flagship device in a press release. Featuring a 5.2-inch display with 1080p resolution, a

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Which should you buy: the Samsung Galaxy S6, or the S6 Edge?

After a rough year, Samsung is doing what they can to remind consumers why they believe to be the manufacturer of choice. Their arguments, the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the

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Google’s new app indexing to now suggest apps in Google search

If Google search hadn’t already made your life easy enough, it is going to get better. With the search engine giant’s new app indexing initiative, your Google search results will now

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Why data limits and overage charges should go away

   T-Mobile’s John Legere has been on YouTube again, talking about other mobile carriers and overage charges. Unless you’re living under a rock, most of us probably agree that data

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Tips and leaks in technology news

Once upon a time, when Android was a dream and iOS was a new operating system, the announcement of a new smartphone was a huge surprise to all who attended

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Ask AndroidGuys Anything!

In another effort to connect with our audience, we’re going to start a new series called “Ask AndroidGuys Anything”. Much like the “Ask Me Anything”, or “AMA”, sessions on Reddit,

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Here’s how the Galaxy S6 can help Samsung overcome the iPhone 6

The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge are by far Samsung’s best devices to date. It all started out as “Project Zero”; that’s when we found out Samsung was serious

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Texting and driving: The truth

That night, a topic about smartphones came up and became our discussion. Suddenly, my grandma blurted out “I saw on the news today someone got in a terrible accident because one

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Get This Look: ‘Primium’ Zooper Widget

We’re huge fans of changing the home screen around a bit and creating a new user experience for our Android. So much so that we present our ongoing series of Get