AMOLED vs LCD: What is best for you

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While today’s smartphone screens are all getting bigger, brighter and sharper, the technology used to produce the wonderful images we see varies among different smartphone manufacturers. You may have noticed that Samsung’s smartphones appear to be much more colorful and saturated ...

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Avast Battery Saver promises to extend Android battery life by 7 hours

Mobile World Congress, Barcelona, Spain, March 3, 2015 – Avast Software, maker of the most trusted mobile and PC security in the world, today announced the availability of Avast Battery Saver, the first intelligent battery-saver app for Android that increases battery life, on average, by 7 ...

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7 reasons why your next smartphone should be from Samsung

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I’ve been fortunate and used almost all of the Android flagships from last year.  What that means is I’ve been able to test features for myself, rather than going on the words of other writers.  I also can say I paid for every single device I used, and all of them were brand new.  They... ...

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Crabby Digital microUSB cable review

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Today our phones are integral to our daily lives, however battery life can be a problem for a lot of us.  No matter if you use your phone for work, school or other things you can find your phone dead before the day is out.  Battery tech is improving, but still has a ways to... Read More

Micromax Yu Yureka review: A new benchmark for budget smartphones?

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This phone has been making waves since the day its specifications were leaked. Running on the much talked about CyanogenMod OS, Micromax’s budget smartphone comes packed with hardware that can send many mid-rangers running for cover. But is the performance of the Yu Yureka worth its hype, let’s ...

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6 reasons your next phone should be from OnePlus

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We are approaching the dawn of a new wave of flagship phones from major manufacturers around the world, and there’s no better time to be looking for a brand new smartphone. Samsung is already hyping everybody up for their Galaxy S6, HTC is preparing to pull the curtains on its next One ...

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T-Mobile users can track Android updates with new website

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T-Mobile customers worried about receiving the latest version of Android can now track the status in an official capacity. A newly launched Software Updates page helps subscribers pin down the update for their respective device. Broken into three categories, the tool lets interested parties see ...

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Griffin iTrip AUX Bluetooth review

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As someone who doesn’t own a car with built-in Bluetooth, I am somewhat jealous of those who can get in and connect quickly and painlessly. But, with that said, I’ve been able to work around the problem with the last few cars I’ve owned. Be it a Bluetooth speakerphone with an ...

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6 reasons your next phone should be from Motorola

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Motorola has had quite the career. For a long time they were really the only name in telecommunication devices, from radios to cell phones and so on. However, when smartphones started taking over the market, Motorola suffered greatly. Then Google bought Motorola, and the world waited to see ...

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How to root the Samsung Galaxy Note 4

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Some apps that exist on the Google Play Store still require root privileges given how Android is designed, and as such sometimes it’s necessary to get root on your device in order to run such applications. The package that is used to obtain these escalated permissions comes courtesy of ...

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5 apps your Nexus 6 needs

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Google’s Nexus 6 is one of the most powerful Android phones on the market and to top it off, it comes with completely stock Android 5.0 Lollipop. That means there is no bloatware that is commonly found on HTC, Samsung, and LG phones. While that it is for the best, somethings are left out, ...

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Qualcomm confirms Snapdragon 810 being pulled from flagship device

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On Wednesday, Qualcomm confirmed that a large customer had dropped its Snapdragon 810 processor. While it did not confirm who that customer was, reports state that Samsung was the smartphone manufacturer who decided to pull the processor from its upcoming Galaxy S6 due to heat issues. Whoever ...

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Download and install the HTC One M8’s Gallery app on any Android device [APK Download]

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If you’re a fan of the HTC One M8’s Gallery app but aren’t fortunate enough to own the device itself, then good news since you’re now able to download and install the APK file on any device. “Turkbey06″ over at XDA has modified the One M8’s Gallery app to enable it to ...

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Accessory of the Day: RAVPower dual USB power bank $29.99

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Need a little portable power? The RAVPower Dual USB Charging Bank refills your battery at a speed of up to 3 amps and can fill a Galaxy S5 over three times on just one charge. There are plenty of power supply options floating around online but not many are #1 best-sellers with 5 star ...

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T-Mobile SCORE! program: $5 a month for deep discounted smartphones

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Yesterday, T-Mobile announced a captivating program for customers of its Prepaid and Postpaid plans. The program called SCORE! is a membership based program and anyone can enroll in for just $5 a month. The program guarantees the member a free entry-level smartphone after the completion of 6 ...

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