April 20, 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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Get This Look: Sixth Sense

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Android goes back to the 80’s with Steven Jackson’s Sorcery!

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Fans of choose-your-own-adventure games can now fight evil monsters and explore strange lands in “Sorcery! Part 1″ that just released for Android. inkle, a developer of interactive narrative apps, and author Steve Jackson teamed up to create re-imagined version of the 1980s ...

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RAVPower wireless charging pad review

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Having used the stock Nexus 5 wireless charger exclusively until receiving this unit, I must say, I much prefer this form factor. There’s no magnet keeping the phone attached, instead the logo in the center of the pad is made from grippy rubber that holds the phone securely enough in ...

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RAVPower 5-in-1 file hub review

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Hardware At first glance the device appears to be nothing more than an external battery pack. There are 4 LED indicators on the face labeled with symbols: Battery, R/W, Wi-Fi (indicates the hotspot is active) and finally the Internet light which denotes when the device is connected to another ...

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Get a free upgrade to JuiceSSH Pro this weekend, monitor your servers with advanced features

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If you’re running servers at home or work and need a way to monitor them from either your Android smartphone or tablet, look no further than JuiceSSH. Sonelli, maker of JuiceSSH, just announced that it hit 500,000 users so from now until Tuesday, it’s giving away free updates to the ...

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The week’s best Android rumors: Google Smartwatch, Nexus 8, LG G3, and more

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Samsung Galaxy S5 Zoom The first details for Samsung’s camera-centric Galaxy S5 experience have surfaced in new benchmarks. Assuming they’re accurate, the SM-C115 should employ a hexa-core Exynos chip, a 4.8-inch 720p display, 2GB of RAM,  internal storage, and microSD expansion. As ...

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Sprint tweaks prepaid with new plans and devices

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Sprint on Friday relaunched its own prepaid service, Sprint Prepaid. Formerly known as Sprint As You Go this is not to be confused with the Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile brands. Devices offered through Sprint Prepaid, initially, include the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini (Spark compatible), Samsung ...

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AT&T completes Cricket buyout; plans to fold Aio brand

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AT&T, having completed its acquisition of Cricket Wireless, has announced plans for both its Cricket and Aio brands. AT&T expects to integrate Cricket’s network and operation into the larger arm and ultimately migrate the prepaid customers over. Expected to take a few weeks to ...

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