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    The Saygus V2 will open for pre-order on January 29

    One of the hottest devices of CES 2015 was the Saygus V2, a smartphone that offered a spec sheet better than most other flagships. While the V2 piqued our interest, we were initially concerned that it wouldn’t make it to production, as ... Read More »

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    7 Reasons why Android 5.0 Lollipop is better than iOS 8!

    Our friends over at PhoneDog have released a new video outlining 7 reasons why Android 5.0 Lollipop is better than iOS 8. Do you agree? Are there any reasons they left out? Let us know in the comments.

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    Grab an unlocked LG G2 for $209.99

    LG has become a major player in the smartphone market in recent years, and one device that helped the Life’s Good crew achieve that status is the LG G2. Now you can snag that phone on the cheap.

    The LG G2 is now being sold by eBay user “qualitycellz” Read More »

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    Google MVNO rumored to switch between connections for best possible signal

    It’s been only five days since reports surfaced that Google, the search giant that’s not resting on its laurels, is planning on becoming a wireless carrier option for millions of people in the United States at some point in the future.

    Now, according to a new report published by the Wall Street Journal, Google’s ... Read More »

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    AT&T HTC One (M8) now getting Android 4.4.4, HTC Eye Experience

    Start your update engines, AT&T HTC One (M8) owners, because it looks like your Android 4.4.4 update is now rolling out.

    After removing its support page for its HTC One (M8) Android 4.4.4 update last week, AT&T has now Read More »

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    Facebook Lite is social media for low-end Android phones

    Facebook has been hard at work developing apps that branch off of the massive social network. The latest arrival is Facebook Lite, a newly-launched app that’s aimed at low-end Android phones and poor network connections. The app is minuscule, coming in at just 252KB in size, making it ideal for entry-level Android phones with ... Read More »

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    The Nexus 6 would have a fingerprint sensor, but Apple prevented it

    The Nexus 6 was originally set to feature a fingerprint sensor nestled in the dimple on the back of the device. The news comes as the result of an interview with Dennis Woodside, former CEO of Motorola. What was the reason for the decision that left the production model without a fingerprint sensor? ... Read More »

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    T-Mobile SCORE! official, pay $5 per month to get discounts on new smartphones

    After being the subject of a rumor report a few days ago, T-Mobile’s SCORE! program is now officially official.

    After enrolling in T-Mobile SCORE!, you pay $5 per month and then you’re eligible for discounted smartphones after 6 months and 12 months. After 6 months, ... Read More »

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    HTC is using decoy bodies for the One (M9)

    HTC is serious about keeping the One (M9)‘s design under wraps, going as far as using decoy bodies for the device to keep its design hidden until launch. Multiple photos have leaked in the past week, ... Read More »

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    AT&T HTC One (M8) update will add more features than originally expected

    Remember that AT&T HTC One (M8) update that we heard about earlier this week? Well, we’ve got some bad news and some good news about it. The bad news is that it doesn’t appear to be rolling out quite yet. The good news? It’ll come with even more ... Read More »

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