Accessory of the Day: Galaxy Note 4 screen protectors (3 pack), $6.95

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Keep that resale value as high as possible by protecting that gorgeous screen on your Samsung Galaxy Note 4. These screen protectors from Tech Armor feature the standard bubble-free installation that we all have come to love and expect and also boost a lifetime warranty. For just $6.95 (Prime ...

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iHeartRadio to support upcoming Google Cast for audio, Sony PlayStation

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The music streaming service, iHeartRadio, has announced a host of new partnerships at CES 2015 that will enable it to bring its services to Sony’s PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 consoles among other devices. The other high-profile brands that iHeartRadio will be joining hands with include ...

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Huawei, a big smartphone manufacturer from China plans to enter the U.S. market with contract- free phones.

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According to The Wall Street Journal, we will be getting a new phone line from Huawei, entering the smartphone market in the United States sometime this year. Huawei is one of the world’s largest smartphone makers, as it sold 75 million devices last year, but not many were sold in the US. ...

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Qualcomm teases device that sports Snapdragon 800 ahead of CES 2015

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CES 2015 is right around the corner and everyone from phone manufacturers to CPU manufacturers plan to attend. Qualcomm now seems as if they will do more than just attend, but might debut a device that is sporting  a Snapdragon 800 processor. Today on Twitter, Qualcomm posted the image of what ...

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How Android can improve

Android is an awesome operating system. One of the greatest out there for watches, and smartphones. It is adaptable, beautiful, customisable and compatible. Of course, like everything, it is not perfect. However, here are a few of my biggest gripes with the current operating system. 1. Virtual ...

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WoodPuck Qi charging pad reviewed

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I have been intrigued by the idea of wirelessly charging my phones for awhile.  On several occasions I have thought about buying one of the wireless charging solutions on the market, but ultimately I talk myself out of it.  There have been a lot of reasons to avoid buying into the technology, ...

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Verizon Buyer’s Guide

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In the hunt for a new smartphone from Verizon? Regardless of whether you’re buying your first Android or upgrading for the fourth time there’s something for everyone. And, as you might suspect, Big Red has plenty to choose from. In fact, counting variations, there are roughly two dozen models ...

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T-Mobile Buyer’s Guide

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In the hunt for a new smartphone from T-Mobile? Regardless of whether you’re buying your first Android or upgrading for the fourth time there’s something for everyone. And, as you might suspect, Ma Bell has plenty to choose from. In fact, counting variations, there are roughly two dozen models ...

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Sprint Buyer’s Guide

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In the hunt for a new smartphone from Sprint? Regardless of whether you’re buying your first Android or upgrading for the fourth time there’s something for everyone. And, as you might suspect, Ma Bell has plenty to choose from. In fact, counting variations, there are roughly two dozen models to ...

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AT&T Buyer’s Guide

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In the hunt for a new smartphone from AT&T? Regardless of whether you’re buying your first Android or upgrading for the fourth time there’s something for everyone. And, as you might suspect, Ma Bell has plenty to choose from. In fact, counting variations, there are roughly two dozen models ...

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Android Lollipop on HTC One M8 shown in leaked screenshots

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Since Android Lollipop was announced, many users have been waiting to hear when their manufacturers are going to release the next version of Android for their devices. Companies like Samsung and LG have been mostly quiet about it, while companies like Motorola and HTC have done what they can to ...

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AndroidGuys’ favorite Android devices of all time – vote on yours!

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Android has had a long run in its mobile phones since the release of the HTC Dream in 2008. Android has led the mobile world in market share for a while now, and through the platform a lot of new features have been created and released. To see how far we have come, the AndroidGuys... Read More

Sprint Rolling Out Android 5.0.1 for the Nexus 5

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Last month, Sprint released the Android 5.0 Lollipop for their Google Nexus 5, and now they are rolling out another version of Lollipop to keep the Google phone up to date. The version number of the update will be LRX22C and it will bring ‘Miscellaneous Android Updates’ to the Nexus ...

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Samsung GALAXY Note Edge review. The next big thing is here.

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Innovators take chances.  Without people taking chances we would not make progress.  Can you imagine a world without smartphones?  Prior to the iPhone, the smartphone market was definitely a niche market, only uber tech people used smartphones.  Data plans and hardware were expensive, and the ...

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Verizon Buyer’s Guide for Android (December 2014)

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In the hunt for a new smartphone from Verizon? Regardless of whether you’re buying your first Android or upgrading for the fourth time there’s something for everyone. And, as you might suspect, Big Red has plenty to choose from. In fact, counting variations, there are roughly two dozen models ...

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