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    New Google Play version rolls out with elements of material design

    A new version of the Google Play Store is rolling out with a dash of Material Design added in. While the main page of the store hasn’t changed, individual content listings have improved greatly with a new layout inspired by Material Design. The new look features larger images, fluid new animations and a design that ... Read More »

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    LG G Pad 10.1 hits US market via Best Buy

    LG’s recently-launched G Pad 10.1 tablet is coming to the US market through Best Buy. The LG G Pad 10.1 is now available both online and in-stores from Best Buy for $249.99. While LG’s G Pad 8.3 is aimed at the higher end of the market, the G Pad 10.1 features more ... Read More »

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    HTC puts up Sense keyboard on the Play Store

    The newest thing for smartphone manufacturers to do is to upload all of their apps onto the Play Store for easy and quick updates, instead of having to wait for a software update that comes only twice in the lifetime of your device. It’s a fantastic method to keep apps secure and full of new ... Read More »

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    Republic Wireless offering free Chromecast with non-customized Moto X

    If you’re a Republic Wireless customer, or you’ve been looking to switch, here’s your incentive. The carrier is offering a new deal: with your purchase of a Moto X, you’ll receive a free Chromecast. This will save you $35 on the little streaming dongle, though you’ll have to shell out $299 for the Moto X ... Read More »

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    LG G3 Cat.6 officially announced with Snapdragon 805 processor

    While taking a page out of Samsung’s book isn’t a rare occurrence for LG, it looks like releasing higher end versions of high end flagships is becoming a trend. With the Galaxy S4 and Galaxy S5, Samsung released updated versions exclusive to ... Read More »

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    An updated Android L Developer Preview image will not be released

    I know a lot of you are currently rocking the Android L Developer Preview on your devices. Despite it being a dev preview, some have found it to be stable enough to use as a daily driver. However, there are bugs in the build, and I’m sure ... Read More »

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    OnePlus announces Blizzard of Invites in the middle of summer

    OnePlus has announced a new “Blizzard of Invites” to help you celebrate Christmas in July. The OnePlus One is still only available from OnePlus through an invite system, making it hard to get a hold of. The One Plus Blizzard of Invites is making that a bit easier by giving ... Read More »

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    Verizon Q2 earnings in; mo’ money, mo’ tablets

    Verizon’s Q2 earnings have come in to the tune of $31.5 billion in total revenue, a 5.7 percent increase over Q2 2013. An even bigger shift can be found with the total operating income of $7.7 billion, a 17.2 percent increase over Q2 2013. While companies as big as Verizon usually haul in large amounts ... Read More »

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    Xiaomi Mi 4 brings top-shelf specs and steel frame for under $350

    Xiaomi has launched its 2014 flagship, the Mi 4, for a bargain price of just $320. The Xiaomi Mi 4 features all the specs expected from a high-end Android phone, puts them in a well-designed package and sells it for the ridiculously low price of $320. The only real question is, where do we sign up ... Read More »

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    NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet is official; pre-order today

    Almost exactly one year ago, NVIDIA shipped the original SHIELD, now known as the SHIELD Portable, and promised a no compromises mobile gaming experience. The hardware delivered on that promise right out of the gate, and over the course of the year NVIDIA continued to refine and expand on the software for SHIELD until it was the equal of ... Read More »

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