Motorola returning to China in a big way

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Well, we’re starting to see the fruits of Lenovo’s purchase of Motorola.  Now that the acquisition is complete, Motorola will be bringing their newest Android handsets to China.  The Moto X, Moto X Pro and the Moto G will all be available in China soon. First up is the Moto X, which ...

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HTC Desire 826 unveiled at CES 2015

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CES is underway and manufacturers are announcing tons of products. HTC has unwrapped the HTC Desire 826, their newest mid-tier phone that is much like the HTC Desire Eye, but with lesser specs. The HTC Desire 826 has the same body design as the Desire Eye, with even an option to have the 13 ...

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Sony announces the Walkman-ZX2 for audiophiles

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Sony announced the Walkman-ZX2, and yes it will be expensive.  The price is expected to be $1200 dollars when it is released this Spring.  Most of you who read this will automatically think that price is crazy, but that is because you’re probably not an audiophile.  This Walkman is ...

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Qualcomm flaunts Snapdragon 810 SoC perks

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Qualcomm announced their new flagship processor Snapdragon 810 at CES 2015 which takes mobile processing capabilities to the next level. The G Flex 2 is the first smartphone in the world to feature an the Snapdragon 810 Octa-core CPU from Qualcomm. The 64-bit processing beast can handle things ...

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AT&T will carry LG G Flex 2

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LG announced the much awaited sequel to one of the best-in-class “curved” smartphones that is the G Flex recently at CES 2015. Following the announcement of G Flex 2, AT&T announced that they will be adding this device to their ever-growing portfolio of carrier devices. “We’re ...

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HTC posts bigger revenue growth for Q4 2014

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With large help from their impressive group of mid-ranged devices, HTC is seeing its largest revenue growth in three years, according to Bloomberg. Sales have climbed to NT$47.9 billion ($1.5 billion US dollars) for the fourth quarter last year, NT$5 billion more than last year. HTC’s ...

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Lenovo announces their new, e-ink smartwatch

Lenovo is jumping into the wearable market, anyone surprised?  Their new smartwatch is called the Lenovo VIBE Band VB10.  Lenovo’s take on the smartwatch is really more of a fitness band with some smartwatch features included.  It uses an e-ink screen to prolong battery life up to 7 days.  The ...

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Accessory of the Day: Galaxy S5 extended battery + cover, $39.99

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If you’ve found yourself hoping to squeeze a bit more juice out of that Galaxy S5, consider yourself in luck. This extended battery pack and back cover adds roughly 56 hours of talk-time to your battery life! The only thing better than the incredible reviews, increased efficiency and ...

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Samsung to launch two budget Android tablets in 3rd week of January: Report

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Rumour has it that that Samsung is preparing a couple of budget Android tablets to be released this year. Codenamed Project Goya, the tablets are currently known as numbers SM-T116 and SM-T113. While it is nearly impossible to make detailed presumptions about a device by looking at its model ...

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Sony Xperia Z3 to get Android Lollipop in February

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There is a good news for Sony Xperia Z3 users! Sony Electronics COO Michael Fasulo announced that the company will start rolling out Android 5.0 Lollipop update for Xperia Z3 phones from next month. While Fasulo didn’t reveal the exact date for the update, his announcement at a CES 2015 press ...

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Lenovo annouces the Tab 2 A7-10 and A7-30 tablets

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Lenovo has unveiled two new tablets, the Tab 2 A7-10 and A7-30, following the release of its P90, Vibe X2, and Vibe Band 10 smartwatch. Both devices have Android 4.4, a 7-inch, 1024 x 600p display, a 1.3GHz quad-core MediaTek MT8127 processor, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage, a microSD card ...

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Dish announces live streaming television with Sling TV

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Cable television is at the crossroads of its inevitable evolution. Out of all the major entertainment delivery methods, cable and satellite companies seem to be the slowest to adopt streaming models. TV and Internet are defined as different ways to deliver content. They can be bundled by ...

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Sharp debuts next gen displays powered by Android

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CES 2015 has been a busy conference so far. Sharp was not to be left out of the whirlwind that has been the first day.  The company announced some pretty great things regarding their new lineup for 4K smart televisions. Sharp debuted SmartCentral 4.0 for Android along with an 85 inch 8K LCD ...

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Cricket dials up plus-sized ZTE Grand X Max+

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Cricket and ZTE on Monday kicked off their respective CES efforts by announcing the upcoming availability of the 6-inch Grand X Max+. Set to arrive on Friday, January 9, the ZTE Grand X Max+ refreshes the plus-sized model. Chief among the changes are 4G LTE connectivity, better battery, and a ...

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Samsung Milk expands into VR and TV

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Last year Samsung gave Galaxy users access to its Milk Music and Milk Video apps.  In large part, both apps were received well due to their clean design, premium feel and excellent content.  Samsung announced today that those two apps will expand onto their TV’s as an app and will be ...

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