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    The Galaxy Note 5 has leaked in even more new pictures

    A shower of leaks? When it comes to the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, it’s been closer to a flood. The upcoming phablet can’t resist showing off for the camera and its specs list is all over the Internet. In the latest leak, Droid-Life has secured some clear pictures of the Galaxy Note 5 in the ... Read More »

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    Sprint has slowed the bleeding, but it’s still behind T-Mobile

    In the past couple of years, we’ve seen a shake-up in the US carrier market. T-Mobile, once the small and timid carrier, has aggressively expanded and fought tooth and nail against the other US carriers. While slow to wake, the other carriers have taken notice and changed their game plans to retain customers. ... Read More »

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    Lenovo TAB 2 A8 review

    Let’s be honest, we’re always looking for the latest news about the next smartphone to hit the market, but there’s not much fanfare around tablets. While Android tablets can do pretty much anything an Android smartphone can, they usually get left at home and lost behind the couch (a regular occurrence if you have kids around the ... Read More »

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    Lollipop grows to nearly one-fifth of all Android devices in latest distribution results

    For those keeping track, Google actually skipped the month of July when it comes to showcasing the latest Android distribution numbers, but it’s back again this month to show that Android Lollipop has not stalled in its adoption.

    For August 2015, of which closes out Google’s 7-day recording period that ended on August 3 of ... Read More »

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    Moto X Pure Edition Moto Maker options detailed

    Are you looking forward to the new Moto X Pure Edition? I’m personally waiting with money in hand. Buying it is the easy part come September, but figuring out how you want it customized will be tough. As with previous models, it will come with Moto Maker customizations ... Read More »

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    Sony unveils Xperia C5 Ultra and Xperia M5 mid-range smartphones

    Sony has announced two new mid-range devices called the Xperia C5 Ultra and M5, both of which focus on camera more than anything. And they’re definitely interesting devices, both featuring 13MP front facing cameras for the ultimate selfies. If your selfie game is strong enough, you might want to buy one of these.

    The Xperia ... Read More »

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    G-Project G-TUBE review

    I’ll admit it. I’m a bit of a Bluetooth speaker snob by now. My rave review of the $250 Grain Audio Bluetooth speaker should explain to you how much I value sound quality. But that doesn’t mean I can’t enjoy cheap Bluetooth speakers, provided they sound good. ... Read More »

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    Turing Phone aims to bring both toughness and privacy to the smartphone

    Privacy is a hot topic lately, though few do much about their lack of it. With both government agencies and the average computer nerd hitting random buttons on a keyboard to hack into your phone, everything you do on your technological devices may be seen and logged. Or at least that’s the idea.

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    Sprint Galaxy Note 4 update brings Stagefright exploit fix with Android 5.1.1

    It’s August, and Samsung has an event planned where it’s expected that we’ll see the arrival of the Galaxy Note 5. For owners of the Galaxy Note 4 under Sprint’s coverage umbrella, though, an important update is on the way.

    The Now Network has begun pushing an over the air (OTA) update for Samsung’s Galaxy Note ... Read More »

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    OnePlus co-founder discusses lack of NFC in OnePlus 2, says another device is coming in 2015

    Recently, OnePlus officially unveiled the OnePlus 2, a high-end smartphone that the company calls a “flagship killer.” But, just in case that device didn’t pique your interest, the company might have another device on the way that does.

    In a new interview with USA Today, the OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei talked about quite a ... Read More »

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