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News – Mar 26th

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Huawei is working on a quad-core Cortex-A15 1080p flagship? Today some interesting rumors originating from China have surfaced. The local manufacturer Huawei is reportedly working on a direct Galaxy S4 competitor with a 4.9-inch 1080p display and a quad-core 1.8GHz ARM Cortex-A15 processor.The rest of the rumored specs include 2GB of RAM, Mali T604 GPU, a 13MP snapper and a 2600mAh battery unit…

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News – Mar 25th

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I’ve recently stumbled upon CrackBerry’s interview with BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins , and I have to admit, I’m pleased with the Waterloo-based company’s perspective. Heins was asked a series of questions by Kevin Michaluk ranging from BlackBerry’s unique OS experience, to which device Heins pockets…

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T-Mobile is expected to officially launch its UNcarrier initiative and full-on Value plan switch in just a couple of days, but it appears that the magenta operator couldn’t wait any longer to share its new rate plans with us. The refreshed Value plans are now live on T-Mobile’s website, and as previously leaked out by our pals at TmoNews, the offerings start out at $50 for a single line or $80 for a two-line family plan…

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ASUS offering replacement for bricked PadFone 2 It seems a small group of ASUS PadFone 2 users are experiencing issues with their device, where the phone shuts down and refuses to switch on anymore.

This issue is mostly being observed by those who purchased their PadFone 2 from Taiwan, although users in Singapore seem to be facing this issue as well…

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Galaxy S4 mini appears on official website, LTE version confimed The Samsung Galaxy S4 mini will have four different versions, according to info spotted by Twitter user st7761. He found the I9190 model number on Samsung’s support page, along with three other I919X devices.

One is the I9192, the dual-SIM version that was promised by the initial leak. The other point to an LTE version, the I9195, and a China version, the I9198…

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News – Mar 23rd

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Around five months after officially introducing the Galaxy S III, Samsung trotted out a shrunken down version of the device, aptly known as the Galaxy S III mini. A new leak suggests that Samsung will do the same thing again this year, but we may not have to wait quite as long for the miniaturized Galaxy S 4…

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T-Mobile is slated to officially launch its 4G LTE network very soon, but so far the only cities that the magenta carrier has said will be hopping onto its LTE airwaves are Las Vegas and Kansas City. The good news is that, thanks to a new report from OpenSignal, we’ve now got the names of six other cities in which T-Mobile appears to be testing out its LTE network…

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First Samsung Galaxy S4 mini live photos appear With the Samsung Galaxy S4 now official, it's time for the rest of the new generation Galaxy devices to start making an appearance. It turns out the first one to break ground is the Galaxy S4 mini.

SamMobile has got hold of some live photos of the smartphone, which reveals a design quite similar to the Samsung Galaxy S4…

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It’s now been more than a year since T-Mobile first announced its plans to launch a 4G LTE network, and earlier this month the magenta carrier said that that network will finally be going live before the end of March. After today’s report that revealed eight cities in which T-Mobile is testing its LTE service, I’m sure that there are many Magenta customers that are pretty eager to just get onto the network already…

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HTC One delayed to late April everywhere but in UK, DE and TW HTC has just issued another official statement regarding the HTC One delayed launch.

A few markets will get HTC One on time after all – the United Kingdom, Germany and Taiwan will be lucky enough to get the HTC flagship next week.

The rest of the world will have to wait though. HTC promises to bring the One to Europe, North America and most of the Asia-Pacific countries before the end of…

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I use my phone when working out, and I love the audio quality of the HTC One .  It’s great while using earbuds, but the real improvement comes from having two great speakers on the front of the phone.  It’s fantastic for listening to music, watching videos, and more.  They’re LOUD – I have a hard time turning the volume up to full blast, and I had to turn the ringtone volume down…

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Well, this is strange timing. Just a day after Apple introduced two-step verification for Apple IDs and iCloud accounts, a new vulnerability has been discovered that affects anyone not already signed up for the increased security. According to The Verge, the exploit allows anyone to reset the password of an Apple ID with just the account’s email address and date of birth…

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When HTC made its new flagship One smartphone official in February, the company said that it planned to begin rolling out the device worldwide in March. More recently, though, reports of delays due to component shortages have caused many folks to wonder exactly when they’ll be able to get their mitts on a One of their own…

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BlackBerry Z10 to AT&T

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The BlackBerry Z10 became available to AT&T customers on Friday March 22, 2013.
Released – Friday March 22, 2013 Carrier: AT&T Full Retail Price: $549.99 – $199.99 after 2-yr contract and instant savings  Hot Features: OS BB10, BlackBerry HTB, BBM video with screen share, 8MP camera, time shift mode so you can capture brief moments before and after each photo for easy editing

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It’s looking increasingly like this is the time of the smartwatch in the mobile industry. After recent rumors have sprung up suggesting that Apple, Google and Samsung are all hard at work on their own smartwatch products, a new report claims that LG is also prepping a piece of wristwear. A source speaking to The Korea Times says that a smartwatch is “one major part of many currently non-commercialized products under development” at LG…

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For the most part, comments are great.  They spur the conversation on after a particular video or article is completed, and bring some very important points to light.  Most are constructive and help make the content – and community – better.  But all too often (particularly on YouTube ), the “fanboys” get upset when cons are pointed out about their particular device…

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HTC One review: To rule them all Arguably one of the most exciting pieces of smartphone design in recent times, the HTC One is also properly powered and flaunts a screen that should please even the most demanding eyes…

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Leaked ZTE Grand X Quad press photo confirms 5" display A press image of the ZTE Grand X Quad has been leaked by the kind folks over at @evleaks today, alongside some specs which shed more light on the company's mid-range offering.

The ZTE Grand X Quad stands right below the company's flagship – the Grand S – and comes with a 5" gapless TFT display of 720p resolution…

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Asus Padfone 2 software update improves stability, camera Asus issued a new software update for the Padfone 2, which brings a couple of new features and improves on the old ones. The update brings the software to version V10.4.12.24, Android version remains at 4.1.

One of the changes is better performance and stability for the Padfone 2 itself and its Padfone 2 Station tablet dock…

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News – Mar 22nd

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The Google Nexus 4 30 day challenge is over.  First of all, if you’re a Nexus user and love the stock Android platform, this is going to be the best phone you can snag.  The specs are great and the price point is even better.  It packs a quad-core 1.5 GHz processor, 2 GB of RAM, a 4…

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One of the most common complaints of Windows Phone is its app selection, which while growing, is still missing some big names that are present on competing platforms. Today Microsoft can cross one of those names off of its list, as the official Pandora app for Windows Phone 8 is now available for download…

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Huawei Ascend G700 Coming 5 inch Quad Core for only $320?
It seems that Huawei continues to push the limits of what we can expect from them every time a new phone is announced. First it was the 6.1 inch Ascend Mate than the Ascend D2 and now the Ascend D2’s cheaper younger brother the Ascend G700 has leaked. This leak was broke open by @evleaks and has some pretty impressive rumored specs…

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BlackBerry Q10 pre-orders start in UK and US, launches in late April Various UK retailers have started taking pre-orders for the upcoming BlackBerry Q10 smartphone. The QWERTY-featuring and BB10 OS powered Q10 pre-orders start at £530 and go a bit higher depending on where you do your shopping.

According to one of the retailers the phone will ship around April 22, while the listings of the others' say just late April…

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T-Mobile confirms, BlackBerry Z10 to launch on March 22nd
A couple of weeks ago T-Mobile has announced the availability of the BlackBerry Z10 for its business customers, and now they confirmed the official release date of the device.

T-Mobile on their Help Twitter account has announced that the latest BlackBerry smartphone, the Z10, will be available starting next Tuesday, March 26th…

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RUMOR: The next iPhone will likely be a marginal update Sources from the Apple supply chain are at it again. This time the rumors circulate around the end of May arrival of components, which would point to an arrival of the next iPhone in the the third quarter of this year.

According to said sources the next iPhone will allegedly be a marginal upgrade of the iPhone 5 (perhaps called the iPhone 5S)…

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Available in select markets around the world, the HTC One was added to the Official Smartphone Rankings this week and has already been making a big splash.  Along with Chase, four of our other experts moved it to their #1 smartphone for the week.  Find out why Chase did this and what other smartphones found his top five…

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Galaxy S4 to help Samsung double its market share lead Samsung is looking to take an even larger lead over the competition this year, thanks largely to its new Galaxy S4 flagship.

In 2011, just two short years ago, Nokia was the top dog in terms of phones sold, holding some 30% of the market. Then Samsung, which rides the Android wave better than anyone else, took center, rising to 29% in just one year, with most of that market share being taken…

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BlackBerry 10 reaches 100.000 apps, Amazon Kindle launched today
Today, BlackBerry has announced that its new BlackBerry 10 platform has reached 100,000 applications in the BlackBerry World storefront.
 
Martyn Mallick, Vice President, Global Alliances at BlackBerry said:
“The response to the BlackBerry 10 platform and applications has been outstanding. Customers are thrilled with the applications already available, and the catalog just keeps growing, now with more than 100,000 apps…

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Nokia rolls out Camera Extras and Cinemagraph apps for WP7 Nokia has just launched two new camera apps for the first generation Lumia devices.The new apps are Camera Extras and Cinemagraph and are available for Lumia WP7-running 510, 610, 710, 800 and 900.

Both camera apps were previously only available on Windows Phone 8-powered Lumias. The Camera Extras offers Smart Shoot, Action Shot, Panorama and self-shot feature, while the Cinemagraph shoots a…

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T-Mobile’s proposed acquisition of MetroPCS is nearing completion, as the two companies announced today that the deal has received all of its necessary regulatory approvals. The final hurdle that the merger needed to clear was the Committee on Foreign Investment, and it did just that yesterday, with the government agency determining that there it has no national security concerns related to this deal…

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Lock screen bugs have been popping faster than you can draw an unlock pattern lately, and yesterday saw the discovery of another exploit that was demonstrated on Samsung’s Galaxy Note II. The bug takes advantage of the fact that, after dialing an invalid phone number on the Note II’s emergency call screen, the last-opened app is displayed briefly and is able to be tapped on…

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Less than two months after launching with 70,000 applications in tow, BlackBerry today announced that its new BlackBerry 10 platform is now home to over 100,000 apps. The company points out that that means that there have been over 30,000 apps added to BlackBerry World over the past seven weeks. There are some big names that are joining the storefront today, as BlackBerry says that apps for Amazon Kindle, OpenTable and The Wall Street Journal are now available for download from BlackBerry…

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Apple today quietly introduced a new two-step verification feature for iCloud and Apple ID users in order to offer improved account security. Enabling two-step verification will require a user to identify his or her identity with both an Apple ID password and a four-digit verification code, which Apple will send to an owner’s trusted device, before the user will be able to manage the Apple ID account or make a purchase from the App Store, iBookstore or iTunes Store from a new device…

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LG Optimus G Pro vs. Samsung Galaxy Note II: Sumo wrestling Back in 2011 the smartphone landscape was seemingly starting to settle, when Samsung stirred things up by taking a wild leap with the original Galaxy Note. The 5.3" slate was called a monster back then and we all had to re-think the concept…

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Has Samsung Conceded the Windows Phone Crown to Nokia?
Right now almost anything Samsung touches is gold from their cheapest Rex devices to their flagship Galaxy phones, to their tablets and everything in between. Well almost everything… enter the Samsung ATIV S and the ATIV Odyssey while both are great devices sales are weak and Samsung support is even weaker…

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Pandora app for Windows Phone 8 released
The official Pandora app finally is available for Windows Phone 8 and brings some exclusive features to the platform.
Check the app in action after the break.

Pandora for Windows Phone will be ad-free until 2014 and brings the following features:
Exclusive to Pandora on Windows Phone:

Enjoy ad-free streaming music for free through 2013, with no monthly streaming limit
Pin your favorite stations to the Start screen for one-touch access
See what song is currently playing on your Live Tile
Launch Pandora in Kid’s Corner and explicit content is instantly filtered
Access a recent stations page and easily see your current favorites

Other supported features:

Log in using your existing account or create a new one
Create up to 100 stations
Manage stations: create, delete, and add variety to your stations
Customize your shuffle settings
Fine tune your stations by thumbing tracks up or down
Go to the Store to buy songs and albums
Filter explicit content
Turn on higher-quality playback

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How would you Windows Phone users like an upgraded speech recognition experience that’s faster and offers a new streaming mode? According to a newly-leaked video, you couldl soon be getting just that. A clip from Microsoft’s TechFest event for employees last month has been posted by MSFTKitchen , and in it a Microsoft worker demonstrates a new version of Bing’s speech recognition service loaded up on a Nokia Lumia 920, comparing it to another Lumia 920 running on the existing…

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Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt almost always makes an interesting comment or two when speaking in public, like when he teased the launch of Android 4.0 in 2011 or said that Android is “pretty clearly” winning its battle against iOS in 2012. Today that trend continues, as the former CEO dropped a couple of juicy tidbits of information while taking part in an interview at the Google Big Tent Summit in India …

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The problem with Google

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News – Mar 21st

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Ah yes, the QWERTY keyboard; an oldie but goodie. The QWERTY keyboard as we know it was created in 1878. Amazing how we can take an invention that was originally designed for a giant machine like a type writer and incorporate it in to our tiny phones over a hundred years later. So far, our answer to make this design work more comfortably for us has been to make larger screens…

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Jonesing for another peek at the AT&T version of the BlackBerry Z10 to help you make it to the device’s launch on Friday? We can help quench your BlackBerry 10 thirst, as one of our readers has acquired an AT&T Z10 a few days early and has shared a couple of photos of the device with us. The first shot posted by our friend JLPerez shows the Z10 shows the device’s first page of apps, complete with “AT&T 4G” in the upper right corner of the display…

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HTC One vs. Samsung Galaxy Note II – Video Comparison
Aaron over at PhoneDog compares two great Android smartphones, the latest HTC flagship, the One, against the Samsung Galaxy Note II. How they stack up against each other? Check the comparison video after the break.

Which one would you choose S Pen functionality or the latest and greatest from HTC?
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Samsung Galaxy S4 production cost estimated at $244 In its usual fashion, IHS iSupply has posted its virtual teardown of the Galaxy S4 revealing an estimate of its bill of materials (BOM). The company believes that the materials for the HSPA+ version of the Galaxy S4 costs $236, which when added to the manufacturing cost, give a total production cost of $244…

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Finding third this week, the Google Nexus 4 is our featured user review for this Wednesday March 20, 2013.  The device is currently trending in fourth so if the Nexus 4 is your go-to smartphone, be sure to get your vote in the Official Smartphone Rankings.
“Completely NEXUSed” By ALOK SUNDAR on March 13, 2013
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Are you one of the lucky folks that’ve already received a Pebble smartwatch? If so, your non-Pebble-owning brethren are about to get just a bit more jealous of you, as Pebble Technology is now rolling out an update for their wristwear that includes quite a few new goodies. The update will bring the Pebble watch up to firmware version 1…

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Following BlackBerry Z10 launch announcements from AT&T and Verizon last week, an official T-Mobile Twitter account today revealed when Magenta customers will be able to buy their version of the first BlackBerry 10 smartphone. In response to questions about T-Mobile’s flavor of the Z10 on Twitter, the official @TMobileHelp account has revealed that T-Mo will begin offering the device to consumers on Tuesday, March 26…

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Google Play has sported a few different looks since it first burst onto the mobile scene as the Android Market in late 2008, and according to a new report, the strorefront will soon be receiving another makeover. Droid-Life claims to have gotten hold of version 4.0 of the Google Play app, and the store sports a look that’s fairly different that the Play Store that debuted in July 2011…

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Dual-SIM HTC E1 China-bound Jelly Bean droid unveiled Today HTC announced the dual-SIM E1 smartphone in China. The droid is powered by a 1.15GHz dual-core processor and comes with a 4.3-inch Super LCD2 display of WVGA resolution. There's a 5MP main camera and a 2.1MP front snapper, 8GB of internal storage expandable via a microSD slot and 1GB of RAM…

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Nokia wins a patent suit against HTC in Germany Nokia is currently suing HTC in Germany on 22 cases, but one of them is finally coming to an end. The court has ruled that HTC used a battery-saving patent, owned by Nokia, in three of its smartphones.

The patent is about some battery-saving procedures while a device is connected to a network. It was infringed by three HTC phones, but all of them are already discontinued in Germany so the…

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Another day, another lock screen bug. After issues were discovered with Apple devices running iOS 6.1 and Samsung’s Galaxy S III , a new bug has been discovered on Samsung hardware that could allow full access to a user’s phone. The vulnerability was discovered by Terence Eden , who recently found a different lock screen bug with the Galaxy Note II…

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Samsung Galaxy S4 to ship with Snapdragon 600 in the UK Samsung has already confirmed the Galaxy S4 flagship will ship with Snapdragon 600 chipset in the USA, Canada and Sweden. Today the UK joins the markets where the Galaxy S4 won't be powered by the company's own Exynos 5 Octa platform.

Since its announcement we knew Samsung Galaxy S4 will be available in two flavors – one running on Samsung's latest and greatest Exynos 5 Octa chipset and…

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Today’s Wallpapers 20/03/2013

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Today’s Wallpapers 20/03/2013
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Aaron’s back to round up the best smartphones as voted on by YOU in PhoneDog’s Official Smartphone Rankings !  In week 54, the Samsung Galaxy Note II held onto the first place spot with 462 votes, though the HTC One (global) picked up a third place win on the Expert’s Choice chart.  On the People’s Choice chart, the BlackBerry Z10 jumped into second place with 163 votes, while the Google Nexus 4 placed third with 146 votes…

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In this episode of Aaron Asks, it’s the hot question that’s been going around in the Android community since last week: HTC One or Samsung Galaxy S 4 ?  The HTC One is absolutely gorgeous with an exceptional build quality.  The specifications are great as well – the One offers a 1.7 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 600 CPU, 4…

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Xiaomi Mi-3 to boast a 5" 1080p screen, Snapdragon 800 chipset Xiaomi phones are known for their excellent specs and surprisingly low price and the rumored third generation is no exception. The Xiaomi Mi-3 is not official yet and the announcement will probably wait until Google I/O as the new phone from the young Chinese company is said to launch with MIUI software based on Android 5…

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Sony Xperia Tablet Z up for pre-order in UK, will ship on April 15
The newest Android tablet by Sony, the Xperia Tablet Z, is available for pre-order in the UK.

The Xperia tablet Z is available for pre-order from Sony’s UK website for £399 for the 16GB Wi-Fi model and for £449 for the 32GB Wi-Fi version. The LTE version has not been priced yet.
Both the 16GB and 32GB (also available in white) models are expected to ship between April 15 and April 16 (first estimated shipping date was April 12 to April 15)…

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The ‘death’ of Symbian… what it actually means for the Nokia 808 PureView
The truth is that the demise of Symbian doesn’t mean that much actually, not to those who own the Nokia 808 specifically and similarly even less to those that own other Belle devices, and here’s why.

Symbian has been dying a slow death for over 2 years now, the amount of apps available for the platform has always been miniscule compared to what’s available for the likes of the iPhone and Samsung owners of the world, and yet, people still hung on to their Symbian devices, especially those that have unlocked/rooted them…

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Just a few days after Google’s new Keep note-taking app was made a brief appearance to tease us all, the service has been officially introduced. Google Keep is a new utility that allows users to type out quick notes to be saved in Google Drive and accessed either online or using an Android phone or tablet…

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UK Galaxy S4 will come with Snapdragon processor
Samsung Galaxy S4 will be available in two versions, one powered by a Snapdragon 600 processor clocked at 1.9GHz and the other one with Samsung’s own 1.6GHz Exynos 5 Octa. Everyone expected that only the US models will be equipped with a Snapdragon processor, but it looks like other markets will also get the less “popular” version…

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News – Mar 20th

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Apple pushes iOS 6.1.3, fixes lockscreen bypass Apple has just released the iOS 6.1.3 update. It weighs just 18MB and fixes the issue allowing someone to bypass your secured lockscreen.

The update also brings some improvements for the Japanese Maps.

The iOS 6.1.3 update is available now for all compatible iGadgets out there over-the-air and via iTunes…

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HTC One Video Review Part 2

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If you’re in the market for an iPhone-esque Android phone, the HTC One is sure to pique your interests.  Coming soon to AT&T, Sprint , and T-Mobile, the HTC One is an incredibly designed smartphone, complete with a lot of metal and glass. 
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Winner of a HTC One X Plus

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Congratulations to B. Zanetti of NY on spinning and winning the One-Paw Bandit game on March 18, 2013. He will be awarded a brand new HTC One X+.

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Keep Calm Your Windows Phone 8 Device WILL Get Updates Beyond July 2014
Above you is the life cycle chart for Windows Phone 8 and Windows Phone 7.8 devices and it shows the end support date on both. Since this chart went public tech writers from all over world have been trying to get hits on their site claiming that Microsoft is going to kill off  Windows Phone 8 in July 2014 so they can force you buy another Windows Phone 9 device…

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Verizon Galaxy Nexus finally gets an Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean
Verizon has announced that starting today its Samsung Galaxy Nexus will get an Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.

The update was officially released by Google in November and brings a new camera features such as Photosphere, that allows you to take 360 degree panoramic pictures and new camera tools to add filters and borders to your photos…

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Just one month after the arrival of the last iOS update , Apple today began rolling out iOS 6.1.3 to users today. The update is somewhat small, but it packs a fix for a bug that could allow a person to bypass a device’s passcode-protected lock screen and access its Phone app, which is an issue that gained attention last month …

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This is a big day for Samsung Galaxy Nexus owners on Verizon, as the big red carrier just announced that the device’s Android 4.2.2 update will begin rolling out in phases starting today, March 19. The update will bring with it the new features that are included with Android 4.2 , such as Photo Sphere for taking 360 degree panoramic photos, the Gesture Typing keyboard and the ability to place widgets for apps like the Calendar, Clock and Gmail directly onto the device’s lock screen…

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Aaron does a sample HTC Zoe for YouTube.  On the HTC One , you can take a combination of traditional pictures and Zoes, which are three second video snippets (which also double up as still images if needed).  From there, HTC Zoe seamlessly brings the video and still images together for a collage that can be shared (as you’re seeing here)…

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NovaThor is no more as STMicro and Ericsson end joint venture Yesterday, STMicroelectronics and Ericsson – creators of the NovaThor line of mobile processors – announced the end of their largely unprofitable mobile chip-making venture. The two manufacturers will divvy up the company back into their respective parts.

The split follows years of operating at a loss, in large part due to decreased orders from Nokia, a main smartphone customer that had…

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Marco’s going outside for this episode of The Weekly Bone !  Today, it’s all about the unveiling of the Samsung Galaxy 4, Samsung’s newest powerhouse Android phone.  It’s packing some great specifications and is sure to be a successful follow-up to the Samsung Galaxy S III.  Also discussed, the HTC One and the availability on AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile , along with the THX lawsuit against Apple…

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Jelly Bean update for Optimus 4X HD, Optimus L7 comes this month LG has confirmed via its official German blog that it's planning to release a Jelly Bean update for its last year high-end and mid-range offerings – the Optimus 4X HD and Optimus L7.

More specifically, LG says it'll push Android 4.1.2 only to the unlocked versions of the devices. Presumably, those purchased under carrier subsidizing will have to wait for their carrier to approve of the…

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Samsung Galaxy S4 preview: Take two Number four was unveiled last week to set a new kind of fever brewing, after briefly easing some of the pre-announcement tension. Carriers are tripping over themselves to secure deals, while customers…

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Kyocera Torque for Sprint – Video Review
Andrew over at Mobile Burn reviews the latest rugged Android smartphone by Kyocera for Sprint, the Torque. Check the video review after the break.

The Kyocera Torque meets Military Standard 810G, so it’s resistant to dust, shock, vibration, solar radiation, humidity, blowing rain, low pressure, salt fog and extreme temperatures, and IP67 standards for dust, sprayed water and can be fully immersed of up to one meter deep for up to 30 minutes…

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Today’s Wallpapers 19/03/2013

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Today’s Wallpapers 19/03/2013
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It’s certainly been a while since we last heard from AT&T’s LG Thrill 4G, with the last big piece of news concerning the device coming almost exactly one year ago when it was updated to Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Many Thrill 4G owners may have given up hope of seeing any other major updates for their device due to the extended period of silence surrounding it, but it looks like this month is going to be another good March for anyone still rocking a Thrill 4G…

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Oppo officially outs a stunning-looking black Find 5 Oppo hast just announced a black version of the Oppo Find 5 droid, adding an additional color to its flagship offering, and in our opinion it looks even more magnificent as its white sibling.

As you can see from the photo above, the black version of the Find 5 actually looks a bit more like dark gray, but it still oozes class…

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NVIDIA formally took the wraps off of its new Tegra 4 and Tegra 4i mobile processors in January and February, respectively, and now its using the month of March to share a few tidbits of information on the chips that come after the T4 on its roadmap. First up is the Logan, a name we’ve seen on NVIDIA roadmaps before…

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Moving back into the top three again this week, the BlackBerry Z10 is the smartphone in our featured user review segment this Tuesday March 19, 2013.
“Amazing device” By BOBS YOURUNCLE on March 19, 2013
Apple’s retina display on the iPhone 5 is put to shame by the Z10. The Z10 is the ONLY smartphone on the market that has true multi-tasking (not that iOS or Android standby mode)…

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Everything grows up eventually. Cars gain additional gears. College degrees evolve their requirements. Teenagers turn 21. All of these changes are only natural. They’re reactionary pressed by causation. But in technology, there is hardly any reason for the changes we see. Specifically in mobile, smartphones are much more effectual and proactive than other gadgets…

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New BlackBerry PlayBook to be Launched This Year
BlackBerry is looking to make a comeback in the mobile device area but it seems that is not the only area they are looking to start anew in. Even though BlackBerry’s CEO said Tablets are a “very difficult business” and he alluded to the fact that they wouldn’t be diving back into those waters again it seems that they will be…

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