April 18, 2014

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    Looking for the longest lasting battery experience for your smartphone? Here’s the top devices

    A smartphone that doesn’t last a day in the 21st century isn’t a smartphone worth ...

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    Humble Bundle 5 brings slew of top Android games for cheap, includes The Cave, The Room Two and more

    The next best thing to free games are game sales and for the next 12 days, you can get a bundle ...

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    Why I buy refurbished tech and you should too

    Hi, I’m Tarus, and I’m a “tech-aholic”. I love mobile tech — phones, tablets, ...

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    Lenovo Yoga 10 Review

    Lenovo‘s Yoga series has made a name for themselves in the industry pushing the ...

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    Get This Look: Sixth Sense

    We’re huge fans of changing the home screen around a bit and creating a new user experience for ...

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    Sunrise Calendar for Android now available in Beta

    The popular iOS calendar enters Beta on your favorite mobile platform Sometimes the stock apps ...

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    How to install the Google Play Store on the Kindle Fire

    The Kindle Fire is a great little tablet, at a fantastic price point and is perfect for those ...

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Looking back: A brief history of Google’s Nexus devices

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Sometimes when a smartphone is released, it is very easy to tell what the manufacturer was aiming for. Unlike some popular lines of smartphones like Samsung’s Galaxy S series or HTC’s One series, Google’s Nexus line has received some interesting feedback over the years. Does ...

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Google Keyboard 3.0 released adding personalised word suggestions

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Google’s very own keyboard has today been updated to version 3.0, or more specifically 3.0.19373. The update brings a few minor bug fixes and tweaks, such as a dedicated “ABC” button to switch from emoji. Of most interest in the Google Keyboard 3.0 update is a new personalised ...

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Samsung Galaxy S4 Replacement Battery (2600mAh) [Accessory of the Day]

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Need to replace the battery on your Samsung Galaxy S4? Maybe you like to have a spare one around so you can toss it into a bag for an extended night on the town. Whatever the case, you can scoop one up from Amazon for as little as $10.48 today. Discounted 79% off the normal... Read More

Motorola further details the Moto 360 smartwatch

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Motorola just wrapped up its initial hangout based around the Moto 360, an Android Wear-powered smartwatch. If you didn’t have a chance to check it out, you can look for the video on YouTube. The event itself was light on hard details and really only served to provide a quick glimpse into ...

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Flappy Bird is returning, but ‘not soon’

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There you have it, Flappy Bird developer Dong Nguyen says his beloved game is making a return to app stores. The word comes way of a reply to a tweet just two hours ago. Asked whether he would put the game back into the “App Store”, Nguyen replied, “Yes. But not soon.” ...

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Virgin Mobile and Boost Mobile to clamp down on data in May

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Virgin Mobile and Boost Mobile are expected to introduce new data restrictions starting in May. According to Wireless Week, both carriers will throttle customers who go above 2.5GB of 3G/4G data per month. If, or when, a user crosses the threshold, the two MVNOs will dial speeds back to 2G, or ...

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Oppo unveils Find 7, a 5.5-inch Quad HD monster

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Oppo on Wednesday announced its latest Android-powered smartphone, the 5.5-inch Find 7. As the first of its kind to boast a Quad HD display, this guy packs in 2,560 x 1,400 pixels at a ridiculous 538 pixels per inch density. The Chinese handset also boasts a number of top-tier specifications ...

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