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    While users may not have always responded favorably, the ability of OEMs to deliver wildly divergent looks for their Android UIs could be seen as big success story for the sort of openness and flexibility that only Android offers. In the very early days of Android, everything looked the same. Manufacturers kept the ...

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    Sony's Xperia Z3 is still very much an enigma; looking at the hardware specs that have leaked, it's difficult to appreciate how Sony intends to make the handset a meaningful improvement over the Xperia Z2. Maybe the most obvious changes have emerged in some of the leaked pics we've seen, and even then they've seen ...

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    Microsoft's Surface Pro 3 was a bit of a surprise when it launched back in May, and despite the tablet's relatively early arrival, hitting the scene just eight months following the debut of the Surface Pro 2, the Pro 3 sure appears to be doing quite well; what Microsoft has shared about Pro 3 sales, at least, indicates ...

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    Back in the Windows Mobile 6.x days, there was an app and service called MyPhone that Microsoft made so that you could back up content to the Windows Mobile MyPhone cloud website. It saved all of your text messages to the cloud and you could log into the MyPhone website and see them all there. This was great if you ...

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    Editor's note: I use the word "surface" a lot in this article, both when referring to the device and the platform upon which it was set. Assume "no pun intended" as needed. Thank you. The Surface Pro gets a lot of flak for being unbalanced and top heavy. It has been said that the Surface won't stay on your knees and ...

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    If the Silver and Grey HTC One M8 options (and black, if yore on Sprint) were not enough for you, don't worry. Following last year's example with the HTC One (M7), when the manufacturer made available, post launch, different color options, we now get two additional flavors for this year's flagship, the One M8. Red, as ...

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    LG breaks record for smartphones shipped as the South Korean manufacturer has published its quarterly results. Aside from growth in the TV sector, LG is entitled to bragging with its 14.5 million smartphones shipped in the second quarter of the year. That represents a 20 percent growth compared to the same period of ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the launch of the HTC One Remix on Verizon, and our initial thoughts. Then we talk about Google's launch of Material Design on its Google Play Store. AT&T then teases the launch of Windows Phone 8.1 on its devices. Microsoft follows with the reasons why we didn't get a ...

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    The iPhone 6 is coming – or so we think it is. Or so we think they are? Are multiple iPhone 6s coming? Is the 4-inch iPhone nearing end of life? What about that plastic thing Apple made last year? Is it dead, too? Oh, yeah. The plot thickens every single day. And we actually have no idea what to think about these ...

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    Sony sure appears to be working on a new flagship-level Android, and if the rumors are to be trusted, this handset could arrive as the Xperia Z3. We've had more than a few chances to check out some hardware in one form or another, be that individual components, line-art sketches, or even a few in-the-flesh pics, but ...

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    When it comes to analyzing the quality of a smartphone's camera, there are two main approaches. There's the guided style: "We had a gander at the new [Smartphone] from the fine folks at [Smartphone Manufacturer], and we took its camera out for a spin to see how it performed under a variety of lighting conditions. When ...

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    Whatever happened to that rumored metal-bodied Galaxy S5, the phone we were calling the Galaxy F? Sure, we got the closest thing to a GS5 “Prime” with the release of the quad HD LTE-A model, but there was this separate idea of a handset with a metal body not too far removed from the kind of thing we see with the HTC ...

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    It's hard to not admit that Microsoft has scored a hit with its Surface Pro 3. There are still some of us that are mixed between loving it, hating it and just getting used to it, but that doesn't change the fact that it's a powerful tablet, that's well design, and aggressively priced for all it can do. If you're ...

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    Despite the insane amount of similarity between the exiting Galaxy S 4 and the new Galaxy S5, that doesn't change the fact that Samsung has once again take the world by storm. Samsung's new Galaxy has proven to be just as popular as before, and it has also gained some praise for its performance. Still, that doesn't ...

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    App assortment on your phone starting to feel a little stale? Anxious to shake off some summer laziness with new productivity software, or maybe just embrace these hot, do-nothing afternoons with some games to keep you busy? As luck would have it, Google is at the ready to hook you up with a bunch of savings through a ...

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