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    One element that was relatively absent in smartwatch design in 2014 was design (save for some obvious exclusions such as the Moto 360). Android Wear brought great utility at launch, but the hardware supporting it sometimes didn't quite provide the hottest looks. That all looks to be changing this year though, with the ...

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    Here at MWC 2015, no holds are barred when it comes to smartphone launches. HTC just had its "Utopia in Progress" launch event kicked off, and now we're on to the next thing, an entry from relatively new player Alcatel Onetouch. The company has announced today the Alcatel Onetouch Idol 3, the newest in its portfolio of ...

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    The HTC One M8 was one of the top Android phones of 2014 (and it still is a notable device if you're not looking to buy the latest and greatest). However, if you think it's time to upgrade, HTC has got you covered with the brand new HTC One M9, a step-up in every aspect from the 2014 model. The differences, as you will ...

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    For the third year in a row, HTC is kicking off the Spring season with a smartphone called the One. And for the third year in a row it’s an aluminum powerhouse built to make the world take notice. The company brought us to Barcelona for some HTC One M9 hands on time, and we've come away with some first impressions ...

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    If you thought that the HTC One M9 was the only thing the Taiwanese company was preparing for MWC 2015, you were wrong. Enter the HTC Grip, the company's take on a fitness tracker, powered by UA Record, and Under Armour. Accurate tracking is the keyword HTC uses in describing the functionalities of the product, and ...

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  • Android / iOS
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    HTC's launching well more than just the One M9 in Barcelona today, and beyond the company's latest Android flagship, we're also seeing it introduce it's long-rumored foray into the world of wearables, as it announces its first fitness tracker, the HTC Grip. Much like Microsoft did with its Band last year, HTC's stopping ...

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  • Android
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    The day has arrived for HTC to unveil its latest flagship, the phone it's been teasing as “the new One.” From talk of project Hima, to leaks and rumors about the One M9, we've been following progress on this device for months now, and today in Barcelona, HTC has finally made the One M9 official. Just as the past ...

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    Unlike the Samsungs, LGs, Apples, and Motorolas of this world, HTC has always been a company laser-focused on smartphones. Last year we started to see signs of that changing, not only as the company expanded back out into tablets with the Nexus 9, but also into other mobile devices like the RE camera. At MWC this year, ...

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  • Android
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    HTC's leading off MWC this year with its eagerly anticipated press event. CEO Peter Chou has just taken the stage and is wasting no time in introducing us to the new One: the HTC One M9 The One M9 runs Qualcomm's Snapdragon 810, features the new Sense 7, and drops the old Duo Camera setup for a single big 20MP sensor. ...

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    LG may not have been able to wait until MWC to announce its latest wearables, but now that we're in Barcelona we've got our first chance to actually see some of this hardware in the flesh. Over the last few days, LG announced both the LG Watch Urbane as well as the Watch Urbane LTE, two smartwatches very similar in some ...

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    Barcelona is a tad colder this time around than last year. Maybe it's the weather, or the fact that we can't wait to see all the goodies the companies have in store for us. This year's MWC 2015 team has set a solid foot on the ground, with Michael Fisher, Jaime Rivera, and myself getting ready to bring you our usual ...

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  • iOS
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    A couple of weeks ago, I used a BlackBerry phone for the first time as a daily driver. I carried it for a couple of weeks a learned a lot about what it means to be a quintessential BlackBerry user. Today, I have dashed completely to the other side of the market share spectrum and I have entered another culture, which is ...

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    The days when most everything online was a .net, .com, or .org site are long over, and today's internet is awash in new TLDs – top-level domains. You've probably seen sites ending in .biz or .info, and the list of valid TLDs only continues to grow. As the organization behind the domain name system approves new TLDs ...

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    Never run out of battery power on your mobile device again with the Power Vault, available at the Pocketnow Deals Store for a limited time. The Power Vault is an 18,000mAh portable battery pack. Simply charge the Power Vault before you leave home and use it to charge your mobile device’s battery when needed. With a ...

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  • Android
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    Believe it or not, there's more happening this week in mobile than just the arrival of rumors and leaks about upcoming MWC hardware. Granted, there's been a lot of that kind of stuff, but the stray non-MWC news still manages to sneak through the cracks, like it did earlier this week when Google launched the new YouTube ...

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  • Android
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    MWC is coming up on us fast, and in just another day or two, we'll already be checking out the latest announcements from some of our favorite mobile brands. While that will mean lots of high-end smartphones, it's been unclear the degree to which new wearables will be sharing in that spotlight. At least, we've already ...

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    Sony put a new MWC 2015 teaser out this morning, and unlike the one we got to check out yesterday, this one doesn't do much to show us actual hardware- it's just way too close up. But between those tiny bubbles and the “get ready to make a splash” text Sony accompanies this image with, it sure does seem to have ...

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    Samsung's MWC 2015 Unpacked event is coming up this Sunday, and we're obviously expecting to see the company introduce the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. But will that be it? To hear the latest rumor, pretty much, with the suggestion that this Unpacked event will be about the new GS6 flagships, and them alone. Last year ...

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    Sony has already shared its Xperia E4g mid-ranger, but it's been looking like the company has still been holding onto a number of new devices for introduction at MWC itself. We've seen signs of an Xperia Z4 Tablet a couple times over the past few days, and today we get what may be our best look at the tablet to date, as ...

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  • Android
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    This week has seen a ton of information leak about Samsung's next flagship smartphones, and we've been checking out new pics and renders of the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge over and over. While most of that action has centered on the handsets themselves, we've also seen a little bit about accessories for the phones, like that ...

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  • Android / BlackBerry
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    Back in my early days of "smartphonery", I went with Android and my brother went with BlackBerry - the one with the rollerball. You know which one I'm talking about. Today, the rollerball is gone and the latest and greatest is the BlackBerry Passport. "Hey Joe, you haven't used a BlackBerry in a long time, let's see how ...

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  • Android
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    What you are looking at is the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. Just one week ago, the leaks were fairly scarce, and we were looking toward Samsung's March 1 event to let the cat out of the bag – but with leaked pic after leaked pic, and now an official Samsung Galaxy S6 picture (as well as S6 Edge) from Sprint, ...

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  • Android
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    Look at the companies that have created Nexus-series smartphones to date: HTC, Samsung, LG, and now Motorola. All big names on the international market, and all familiar brands to smartphone shoppers in the West – particularly the US, on Google's home turf. But now a new rumor suggests that Google could be thinking ...

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    A couple days back, Sony couldn't contain its excitement about its upcoming products, and an as-of-now-still-unannounced Xperia Z4 Tablet popped up on the company's Xperia Lounge app. The presence of a date from next week sure seemed to imply that Sony could be readying to introduce the tablet at MWC, meaning that even ...

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  • Windows
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    You could instantly turn your living room into an awesome home theater if you win The 50-inch LG TV & Sound Bar Giveaway presented by the Pocketnow Deals Store. One lucky person is going to walk away with this sweet prize pack and quickly become the envy of their family and friends. It could be you. All you need is ...

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