[Op-Ed] MWC 2014 was evolutionary, not revolutionary

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Given that I am only seventeen, I have to say that my passion for mobile technology started at a very young age. When I was seven my parents bought their first mobile phone — for the sake of getting in touch with the school in case something happens to me. I cannot recall the precise... ...

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The future is awesome with Google’s Project Tango

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When Google recently sold Motorola to Lenovo, it kept the vey best part of the company for itself, the Advanced Technology and Projects group, which is working on the ambitious Project Ara modular smartphone. On Thursday, Google announced another project that the group has been busy with, known ...

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The week’s best Android rumors: Nexus 8, Galaxy S5, Android 4.5, Xperia Tablet Z2, and more

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HTC Desire 8 Some last minute specifications for the upcoming Desire 8 fill in some of the blanks from before. Assuming they’re accurate, we should see a 5.5-inch 720p HD display, 8GB storage, 1.5GB RAM, a 13-megapixel rear camera, 5-megapixel front-facing camera, and microSD expansion. ...

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Hands-on with Blu Life Pure

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Initial Design at a Glance The Blu Life Pure features a 5.0″ 1080p display, 1.5GHz quad-core processor, 13MP rear/5MP front-facing camera, 2GB RAM and more. This device is Blu’s flagship for the start of 2014 and runs Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. With no contracts to worry about, the ...

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Popular no-contract smartphones on sale for Virgin Mobile

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If you are in the market for a new, no-contract smartphone, you may want to swing by Amazon and check out some of their currents deals. Whether it’s for you, a family member, or a loved one, there’s quite a selection of devices — at great prices. Here’s a handful of ...

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What We Expect: Sony Sirius

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A brief overview of what Sony has in store for us With Samsung, HTC, and LG readying their next wave of flagship phones we would expect that Sony might do the same. Indeed, it appears they are working on their next big release and it may come as soon as Mobile World Congress. Known by... Read More

LifeProof Fre for Galaxy S4 Review

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Last week I got my hands on a LifeProof Fre for the Galaxy S4 and after about a week of normal and rugged use, it is time to divulge the details. When I first received the case and slapped it on my Galaxy S4 I was extremely disappointed.  When I placed my first phone call... Read More

Alleged model numbers and first camera sample surface for Galaxy S5

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A list of model numbers for the Samsung Galaxy S5 variants have emerged, giving anxious fans just a little bit more to chew on. If you’re the type of person who likes to dig through every little detail for upcoming devices then this ought to help you get your fix. Assuming these are ...

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Rumor: Nexus line coming to an end in 2015?

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If true, this may be sad for many, but according to @eldarmurtazin on Twitter, Google will be killing off the Nexus line by next year in favor of Google Play Edition devices. The Nexus program has been around since January 2010 when the HTC Nexus One was announced. All Nexus devices have been ...

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HTC M8 to feature on-screen buttons, report indicates

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The upcoming HTC ‘M8′ smartphone will be HTC’s first handset to employ on-screen buttons. At least that’s what a recent tweet from evleaks tells us. Generally speaking, it’s a mixed approach when it comes to navigation buttons on Android devices. Samsung has ...

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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo press images leak ahead of debut

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Guess what! The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo (or, Lite) looks an awful lot like the standard version of the plus-sized device. A source close to SamMobile has passed along the press renders of the upcoming device, advising it’s already set to launch on a Belgian retailer’s website. The ...

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Fitbit compatibility branches out to 12 more Android devices

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Fitbit is a great way to track your exercising habits. But if you’re one of the many that doesn’t have a compatible device, today might be your day. With the company’s announcement at CES and a new update to the Fitbit app, 12 more Android devices will be compatible. ...

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OhMiBod unveils next-gen wearable tech not for your face or wrist

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The Consumer Electronics Show isn’t only for smartphones, tablets, computers and TVs as OhMiBod just announced the “next generation of wearable tech” that isn’t a tiny personal computer, but a sex toy. OhMiBod, which is celebrating its fourth year at CES, just ...

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KitKat-based CyanogenMod 11 M2 Snapshot builds now available for numerous devices

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CES 2014 is almost upon us where there will be lots of new tech toys unveiled, including Android phones and tablets, but that doesn’t mean you should give up on your current device just yet. If you were hoping to breath some new life into your device with the latest version of Android 4.4 ...

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Nexus 5 now shipping with slightly altered physical appearance

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Over at XDA Developers forum, some new owners of the Nexus 5, and those that returned theirs for defects, are reporting that their devices are slightly different from those that originally shipped at launch. According to XDA member shinral, some devices had noisy buttons, a protruding SIM card ...

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