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    Instagram gains support for portrait and landscape content

    Instagram is one of the more popular social networks out there, letting users share their favorite photos and videos. But the company has decided to start thinking “Outside the Square” and has just announced that Instagram will now support even more ways to share your content.

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    Samsung begins beta testing Samsung Pay and you can join

    Samsung Pay is arguably the most interesting advancement in mobile technology thus far. Since its acquisition of LoopPay, Samsung has integrated the company’s technology into its latest smartphones, which allows them to be compatible with most card readers within the US, no NFC needed. Now the company is beginning beta testing ... Read More »

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    New Moto 360 shows up in new pictures with two sizes

    It’s been a long wait for the second generation Moto 360, but the leaks are starting to pick up, and it shouldn’t be long before we see an official announcement. The latest round of leaks has given us two new photos of the device, showing it in both of its size options. The ... Read More »

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    The LG Rolly is a full-size keyboard that fits in your pocket

    As phones and tablets become more and more viable replacements for laptops, manufacturers are coming up with ways to create accessories that will enable more productivity. LG has just found a new one with the LG Rolly, a full-size keyboard that can roll up to fit in your pocket, which will inevitably cause plenty of ... Read More »

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    Obi Worldphone entering the affordable Android battle with SF1 and SJ1.5

    The battle for mobile dominance in emerging markets has heated up lately, and even Google has gotten in on the action with its Android One program. Now a new competitor has entered the fray.

    Obi Worldphone is a new company that’s co-founded by John Sculley, who once worked as CEO of Apple. The company today ... Read More »

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    Check out TYLT’s latest car charging and cable awesomeness

    About one month ago, TYLT added two new exciting products to their already fantastic line of charging accessories for mobile devices. They are are the FLYP-DUO, a 2-in-1 patented reversible USB 2.0 cable with built-in Lightning and micro-USB connectors, and the Y-CHARGE [QUIK], a 4.8 Amp dual USB port car charger with Qualcomm Quick Charge. We were sent these products ... Read More »

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    Facebook M is a new virtual assistant with actual people helping it out

    Google Now is an amazingly powerful virtual assistant, sharing weather reports, giving us updates on flights, highlighting news that we might be interested in, and much more. Google Now isn’t the only digital assistant on the market, though, and Facebook is the latest company to try and create a new assistant for our lives.

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    Fresh Meat: 10 new Android apps worth checking out

    New apps need lovin’ too, right? Every day there are thousands of additions to the Google Play store, but many go unnoticed and never receive the attention they deserve. We’ve shown in the past that this community can discover great apps and propel them to new heights. Our weekly Fresh Meat column highlights new apps with ... Read More »

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    The NVIDIA SHIELD set-top box is now available in the Google Store

    Back in March, NVIDIA officially unveiled the SHIELD set-top box running Android TV. Now, several months later and after launches at other retailers, Google is finally lining its digital storefront with the box.

    NVIDIA officially announced today that both versions of the SHIELD set-top box are now available in the Google Store. The base model will run ... Read More »

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    Deal: Amazon Fire phone hits a new low at $130, basically free

    I feel like we’ve pretty well established at this point that the Amazon Fire phone probably doesn’t belong as your daily driver, but at this new low price of $130, you are basically walking out the door with the phone for free if you are a Prime subscriber anyway.

    As a reminder, ... Read More »

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