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    Have some harsh words for Motorola, bringing back its “flat tire” look for the new Moto 360, especially in a world where we now find so many smartwatches that manage to give us a full, unbroken circle from their screens? Well, you may want to put your head down and sit this one out, because the latest wearable from ...

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    Microsoft's launch of Windows 10 over the last days of July was met with much praise. This is a clearly a very different Microsoft that has listened to customer demand for most, if not all of the features that were included. Since Windows 10 is now a living operating system, and not just a product that ends, feature ...

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    Making your mid-range phone stand out from the pack is a tricky thing for a manufacturer; once you dial-back specs and shy away from gimmicky features, it can be difficult to differentiate your own handset from all the other similar options out there. With the new Alcatel Onetouch Go Play Android smartphone, the ...

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    You'd be forgiven for thinking that the new-product announcements at IFA had died down; compared to earlier in the week, today brought only a trickle of new devices, and hardly the same sort of high-profile products as just a day or two back. But we're far from done just yet, as tonight Alcatel Onetouch is introducing a ...

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    The new Alcatel Onetouch Go Play phone just went official, and while it may not offer the same sort of design flexibility as Motorola provides through its Moto Maker, the eight color options sure give users plenty of variety. That same sort of colorful selection also turns up in the company's other new Go-series gadget ...

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    KGI Securities has garnered a lot of fame for its iPhone predictions over the last couple of years. Most, if not all have proven to be accurate, so we can't just dismiss them no matter how weird they sound. Still today we have a very odd one pertaining to the iPhone 6s camera, which we find hard to believe. KGI analysts ...

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    As we get closer to the possible announcement of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus on September 9, it's only logical that more supply chain rumors emerge. So far we've heard that Apple will invest in stronger aluminum for the iPhone, but we also hear of Force Touch technology making the cut. All these technologies are ...

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    Microsoft has tried time and time again to sell us its old Metro UI, which yes, we know has another name now. We won't deny that most of us find it cool and intuitive, but it does seem that it doesn't fly with consumers. In the past, most of Microsoft's apps would be designed this way, but it seems that's going to ...

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    As we remarked when just taking a look at the ASUS ZenWatch 2, one of the great things about trade shows is having the chance to finally check out already-launched hardware in person for the first time. Back in July, we first told you about a smartphone with some branding you might not expect, as the Marshall London ...

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    Is Android ever going to get its own Lumia 1020? Windows Phone may get a lot of flack for the size of its user base, and the dearth of phone options available, but fans of the platform still have a few big wins they can hold over the heads of users of other platforms, and when it comes to cameras with megapixels to ...

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    Now that IFA is in full-swing and much of the Pocketnow staff is in Berlin busy finding out what the latest and greatest new devices are going to be for the upcoming year, some of us aren't that optimistic that the new products will be "great". Sure, many of the devices on the show floor might "look" cool and enticing ...

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    Add $2920 worth of design assets to your business with the Pay What You Want: UX to UI Designer Toolbox Bundle, available for only a short while at the Pocketnow Deals Store. Pay What You Want: UX to UI Designer Toolbox Bundle Heads up, developers and designers. Get $2920 worth of design assets for just a few bucks with ...

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    Why do we go to shows like IFA? The obvious answer is to see new products as they're launched, bringing you hands-on coverage from the moment new hardware debuts. We also sometimes get preview of upcoming models, like that Samsung Galaxy View that's got us wondering if kickstands are about to make a comeback. But in ...

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    To hear the rumors, LG has quite a few new smartphones on the way that will be close relatives to the company's existing G4 flagship. We've seen evidence for LG's interest in a device with the G4 Note name, and just a few hours back we learned about similarly registered trademarks for the names G4 Script and G4 Graphy. ...

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    Expos like IFA give us the chance to see lots of new hardware launch, but not every device that shows up at these trade shows is necessarily ready to step all the way into the spotlight. Just look at a model like the BlackBerry Venice slider we first saw all the way back at MWC, which has only recently begun to take ...

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    Sony just launched its latest Xperia-series smartphones, and from the Z5 Compact to the Z5 Premium, they're all running Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 SoCs. The choice of the 810 is sensible enough – it's one of the top performers out there on the market right now – but Sony's struggled with the chip in the past, notably ...

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    The original Gear S, which we reviewed late last year, was a hulking brute of a bracelet. For its sequel, Samsung sticks to the basics –Tizen OS, wristbound chassis– but almost everything else has been rebuilt, repackaged, or repainted into one of the most attractive wearables of IFA 2015. The company gave us a ...

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    At this point, it doesn't take much convincing to argue that Google's going to bring us two Nexus phones this year, and multiple sources have circled around this idea of one smaller LG model, and one larger Huawei-made Nexus phablet. Based on the latest rumors going around, we may even see these two go official before ...

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    Are smartwatches getting more expensive? Call it a side effect of more polished designs, higher-end hardware, or even just the realization that consumers will actually pay these loftier sums, but whatever the cause, while we once saw a good number of wearables launching in the $200 price range, with more recent crops of ...

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    What do you do when you want to build a phone that has the perfect blend of price, design, and specs? If you're HTC, you create a Desire phone. We've been fairly pleased with how well the HTC Desire lineup has been performing recently and we've even gone as far as calling them "a mid-tier phone with flagship DNA" and ...

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    Technology is a wonderful thing. It’s what brings us all to this site day after day. We love our technology. We love how it improves our lives. We love how we can show it off. Oh, don’t be shy. We know you love to show your friends your all-new hotness. One of the best parts about using a piece of technology or ...

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    It may not be a new Nexus just yet, but Huawei is starting IFA off strong with some impressive new hardware. The Ascend Mate S is the company's latest flagship device, packing high-end specs into a finely constructed aluminum unibody enclosure. The 2.5D Gorilla Glass 4 display should be quite resilient to scratches, and ...

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    They say conventional PCs are dead and buried, but the IFA 2015 trade show in Berlin provides sufficient proof computer manufacturers will instead adapt to a new set of requirements from tech consumers and survive. Gone are the days of rigid, boring, inflexible laptops is the message Toshiba sends with the Satellite ...

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    People tend to forget Apple’s glamorous September 9 press event isn’t expected to be all about new iPhones, with a long overdue set-top box upgrade and likely a jumbo-sized iPad Pro also imminent. Meanwhile, the iPad Air 3 may sit on the sidelines until next year or get canceled altogether, but let’s focus on the ...

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    LG’s IFA 2015 product lineup looks exotic, to say the least, with the decidedly nichey Watch Urbane Luxe and Rolly Keyboard showcased in Berlin, alongside the unremarkable G Pad II 10.1. But before long, the Korean device manufacturer should take the wraps off a G4 Note or G4 Pro phablet for the masses, which LG would ...

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