Dragon Dictate: Control a PC with the power of your voice $79.99 [Deal of the Day]

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As we push toward a more technologically-sophisticated future, the need for menial tasks such as writing and typing just seems to melt away. While we’re not quite at Wall-E status, yet, the ability to create documents and control a PC through the power of dictation is a giant leap forward ...

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Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 210 processor announced for entry-level smartphones and tablets

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Qualcomm on Tuesday announced its latest mobile processor, the quad-core Snapdragon 210. Aimed at entry-level smartphones and tablets, features include multimode 3G/4G LTE and LTE Dual SIM configurations, full HD playback, up to 8-megapixel cameras, and QuickCharge 2.0 capability. Additional ...

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Will Android Lion roar into view this autumn? [Guest Post]

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Hot on the heels of the year’s biggest Apple event, there’s been plenty of conjecture on what the latest Android OS, until now codenamed Android L, will be called. Some say it’s Lollipop, others insist Lemon Meringue Pie, yet the latest rumour is that the newest offering will be called Android ...

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Cricket announces increased data pools for its wireless plans

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Cricket Wireless on Wednesday announced a limited time promotion which sees the carrier upping the amount of data for its wireless plans. Set to take effect on September 13, customers will be able to score at least 1GB of monthly data. It’s unclear how long the promo will last so, if ...

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Intel Reference Design aims to deliver Android updates within two weeks of release

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Intel wants to make it much easier for Android users to stay up to date with the latest platform releases. To do so, it has created a new Intel Reference Design Program for Android. Announced at IDF, the new program is a commitment to bringing Intel-based devices to market much easier. ...

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Accessory of the Day: 64GB Samsung MicroSD card $29.99

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Running low on your device’s internal space? How does 64GB of Class 10 storage from a reputable brand like Samsung sound? With 48MB/s transfer speed and tremendous reviews, this memory card is basically a no-brainer–especially at only $29.99 (Prime eligible).

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Motorola addresses Moto 360 battery controversy

iFixit teardown revealed that there’s a 300mAh battery inside the Moto 360 while Motorola advertised 320mAh battery capacity. This created a lot of controversy, even though 20mAh is not that much, besides capacity doesn’t have to mean anything, the watch might do just fine as far as battery ...

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Samsung improves functionality of the S Pen on the Galaxy Note 4

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I love my Samsung Galaxy Note 3, not just for its stunning Super AMOLED display, or best in class hardware (2013), but I truly am in love with it because of its functionality.  I truly love the S Pen, and no I don’t need it all of the time but when I need the stylus... Read More

LG G Watch price drops to $179 for limited time ($50 OFF)

As if it were a matter of sheer coincidence, LG’s first Android Wear device, the G Watch, is now on sale. Head to the Google Play Store before September 23 and you pick the wearable up for a mere $179.99. What’s more, you can also grab one from Best Buy for the same price. At…... Read More

iFixit teardown finds Motorola lies about Moto 360 battery

Maybe you’ve heard a gripe or two about the new Moto 360 and its battery. According to some of the early reports, the wearable device won’t make it through the day. Our review model, on the other hand, gets through an entire day without any issue and still has juice to spare. Nevertheless, we ...

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AT&T to carry the Moto 360

AT&T on Tuesday announced its intention to carry the Moto 360 smartwatch. As the second wearable powered by Android Wear, the round-faced Motorola device complements the square-faced LG G Watch. Pricing and exact availability are not yet clear however we can’t see Ma Bell asking for more ...

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Battle of the Phablets: iPhone 6 Plus vs Galaxy Note 4 vs OnePlus One

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Perhaps bigger is better? Apple have finally jumped on the band wagon and released a 5.5-inch iPhone 6 called the ‘Plus’, but how does it stack up against the Phablets already on the Android market? We’ve taken the latest and greatest 5.5-inch+ Phablet devices on the market to ...

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Samsung Galaxy S5 vs iPhone 6 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 4

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With Apple having announced their latest iPhone 6 handset and Samsung revealing the Galaxy Note 4 at their recent event, we can now see the latest offerings from both sides of the platform pond and how the biggest competitors in the iOS and Android market stack up. We’ve stacked up the ...

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Intel and Fossil partner for Android Wear

Intel, a leader in chip-making and powering technology, and Fossil, a leader in fashion accessories, are partnering up for future smartwatches and wearable technology. While they plan to build all kinds of wearable technology, Android Wear devices are a certainty since they both are listed as ...

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Sprint: No, our trade-in program is the best in the business

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Sprint, quick to counter T-Mobile’s new guaranteed trade-in deal, is back today with a post reminding customers why they are the best in the wireless space. A press release from today tells us that despite the Un-carrier’s claims, they can’t offer what Sprint can. Take, for ...

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