Handheld Hero Gamer Bundle: Name your own price for these 7 addictive games [Deal of the Day]

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If you’re looking to mow down zombies, explore foreign planets or concoct your own creatures, this new Handheld Hero Gamer Bundle is certainly worth diving into. You name your own price ($4.99 recommended) and instantly receive Syder Arcade HD and Incredipede. If your price is higher than ...

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OnePlus launch another invite giveaway

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Because their last contest worked so well, OnePlus have launched another competition to get your hands on an invite for the OnePlus One. This one still involves uploading pictures, but is a little less personal and only involves uploading your summer pics for a chance of winning one of 10,000 ...

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Google ‘Nexus X’ to be made by Moto and released near Halloween, report says

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The Nexus 6 is dead; long live the Nexus X. Word on the street is that the upcoming Nexus smartphone from Google will be made by Motorola but it won’t be called the Nexus 6. Reportedly, Google is hoping to avoid any potential lawsuits over the use of Nexus 6 and has instead opted for... ...

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T-Mobile announces $45 Simple Starter plan with 2GB data for September 3

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T-Mobile is at it again, unveiling yet another industry-undercutting rate plan. The Un-carrier on Monday announced a new option for its Simple Starter customers in the form of a $45 2GB data plan that also includes unlimited talk and text. As is the case with the other plan this one ...

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LG to unveil a circular smartwatch next week

It seems like LG is preparing its own circular smartwatch in order to compete with Motorola’s Moto 360. As you know, LG already released their Android Wear LG G Watch at Google I/O this year, so this comes as a bit of a surprise. Engagdet shared an unlisted video from LG Mobile Global YouTube ...

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Android L likely to mean Lemon Meringue Pie – Android LMP

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Ever since Android L hit the scene everyone has been wondering what the ‘L’ stood for, and today it looks like there’s evidence as to just what Android L stood for. According to Android Police, Android L will stand for ‘Lemon Meringue Pie’ after reference to ...

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Minuum Keyboard got updated, floating and compact modes in tow

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Minuum Keyboard certainly offers a unique way to type on your Android device. Many people are not ready for something like that yet, others have however embraced the opportunity and are using the app as their only keyboard. I personally have tried it out and it’s just not my thing. ...

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Dropbox’s Carousel gallery app updated with new features and Android L support

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Since its launch in April, Dropbox’s Carousel gallery app has been downloaded over 100,000 times from the Google Play Store. The app is a solid replacement for your stock gallery app, no matter whether we’re talking vanilla Android app or one of the gallery apps that come with ...

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Samsung Galaxy Alpha available for pre-order starting August 28 in the UK

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Samsung has announced that their premium Galaxy Alpha device which offers a metal chassis design will be available for pre-order in the UK beginning August 28th. The phone will sell on September 10th at the Samsung Experience Stores and the Samsung Store in Westfield shopping centre, Stratford. ...

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HTC Tablet gets WiFi Certification

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August 15th, HTC certified a device in the category “Tablet (Wi-Fi and other) suggesting that it will also come with LTE connectivity. The interesting part is that the listed Operating System is “Android, version: L” suggesting that this would be the next Nexus tablet that is ...

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Samsung YouTube video touts handwriting in Galaxy Note 4 teaser

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Samsung, excited about its upcoming Unpacked event, has begun teasing its big reveal. A new video hitting YouTube called [Ready to Note?] Your Note for Handwriting highlights all of the benefits of writing things down instead of typing them out. We also see a number of ways in which writing can ...

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Cricket offers $100 for T-Mobile and MetroPCS switchers

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AT&T’s prepaid arm of Cricket Wireless is taking a page out of T-Mobile’s playbook, offering rewards for customer who jump ship. Starting from August 24 and running through October 19, Cricket will give customers a $100 bill credit for switching from T-Mobile or MetroPCS. ...

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AquaCube: Introduce Bluetooth to your shower routine $23.99 [Deal of the Day]

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The AquaCube by URGE Basics is a water-resistant Bluetooth speaker that allows the party to start (or continue) during your morning routine. Loud, durable, and easy; just use the included suction-cup to attach this speaker to the wall. Compatible with Bluetooth devices, the AquaCube has a ...

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Sprint fires back with $60 Unlimited Data plan

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Sprint on Monday announced its Family Share Pack plan, an options that allows for shared plans with up to 20GB of 4G LTE data. What’s more, a limited time promotion saw the carrier discounting things to $100 and tossing in 2GB of extra data per line. Sprint today is announcing a new take ...

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Motorola rumored with 8 more smartphones in 2014

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It is no secret that Motorola have a good number of devices lined up for release, and one of them might just be a Nexus device, but a recent leak suggests that the company has as many as 8 smartphones in the pipeline. The smartphones aren’t expected to start until September, but those 8 ...

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