New images, specs seemingly confirmed for Droid Turbo

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For those that have Verizon and are dying for some juicy new Droid Turbo details, we have them for you. An anonymous source has given AndroidCentral some leaked marketing materials for the Droid Turbo, giving us a couple new photos, and confirming many specs that have been rumored. Red (like ...

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Forbes: Nexus 6, Nexus 9, and Android L due October 15

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October should just be dubbed “Nexus month”, as even if Google doesn’t announce a new Nexus at the beginning of the month, the internet blows up with rumors, reports, leaks, and other news about them anyways, and once they do announce it, the rest of the month (or next few ...

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New Android ad campaign hints at upcoming Nexus devices

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The inexorable announcement of the next round of Nexus devices and Android L is drawing ever nearer, as Google has released a slew of new ads promoting Android.   This video above shows an animated version of the rumored Nexus 6. It seems to look like a Moto X (2014) and is obviously quite ...

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New evidence supports Android L to be called ‘Lollipop’

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You know those rumors that have been circulating this week suggesting Android L could be called Licorice when it’s launched? Heck, even the guy responsible for the giant lawn decorations has been chatting up the idea of licorice all week. As it turns out, that could all be smoke screen. ...

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Smartphones in one year: Project Ara (Opinion)

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Smartphones have come a long way since their inception; though the idea of a portable device with internet connectivity and calling features has been around since the 1980s, it was not well received until 2006, with Blackberry’s new devices such as the Curve and Pearl. It revolutionised ...

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The Breathometer Breeze is the industry’s first wearable breathalyzer

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There are plenty of personal breathalyzers out there, but how many can connect to your phone via Bluetooth? How many of them can be clipped on to your clothes, out of sight, so you never lose it? Breathometer’s new Bluetooth-enabled Breeze aims to fix those problems for you, all while ...

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Limited Edition Black Hawk Drone: Own the sky with special pre-order pricing $69 [Deal of the Day]

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Quite possibly one of the best holiday gifts we’ve come across, the Limited Edition Black Hawk Drone is a perfect item for video enthusiasts, gadget-lovers, aviation fanatics, kids, Batman fans (chicks dig the drone), and just about everyone else. An inexpensive alternative to ...

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Nexus 6 render leaks from familiar source

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What you see here is a Nexus 6 render from once-prolific Twitter source @evleaks. It’s been a while since we’ve seen anything along these lines from Mr. Blass (who has retired) but we’ll definitely take this one today. Looking every bit the device we desire, we see a device ...

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Verizon Droid (Turbo) expected on October 28

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Verizon has set up a countdown on its Droid Does website which should result in the arrival of the Droid Turbo. Slated to expire at noon on October 28, the website reveals little about the actual device itself. That’s quite alright, however, as much of what we need to know has already ...

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Accessory of the Day: 6ft MicroUSB cable $5.49

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Always a good thing to have on hand, this MicroUSB cable from AmazonBasics has thousands of 5-star reviews. This is a perfect combo with a wall or car charger or to just keep on hand for file transferring. Supporting 480Mbps transfer speed, these cables are a wonderful deal at only $5.49 (Prime ...

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OnePlus and JBL partner to create earphones for the OnePlus One

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It seems OnePlus wants to partner itself with JBL, as early on Monday they announced on Google+ that JBL is making OnePlus branded earphones “coming soon”. These premium earphones will be $39.99, and will have a frequency range of 10Hz – 22,000 Hz. They will have also a 9mm ...

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Microsoft keyboard for Android Wear allows for letter drawing

For those of you that like the idea of physically typing on your smartwatch, or are often in situations where you can’t speak into your Android Wear, then Microsoft has a solution. On Friday Microsoft released an Analog Keyboard for Android Wear where you draw on the screen to type anything ...

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Android L may be called Licorice

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In the ongoing mystery that is what the next version of Android will be called, we might just have a new contender. Giovanni Calabrese, the guy that constructs the software sculptures outside Google’s headquarters, sent out a Google+ post which could be hinting at what Android L may stand ...

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Samsung announces Wi-Fi breakthrough of 10X today’s speeds

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One of the most frustrating things is waiting for a video to load in order to watch it. My wife and I don’t have cable or satellite, we just watch TV and such through Hulu and Netflix on our Chromecast. While we love our Chromecast, there are times that it isn’t perfect and we ...

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ilumi LED Smartbulb: Brighten your life with an intelligent light $79 [Deal of the Day]

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Imagine waking up to an array of golden hues cascading across your bed and simulating an invigorating sunrise in the middle of a gloomy winter. With the ilumi LED Smartbulb, a color tunable lighting solution, complete control of the spectrum is in the palm of your hand. Compatible with Android ...

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