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    Apple's reluctance to adopt expandable storage on its iPhone lineup makes choosing the right iPhone a little dramatic. The 16GB iPhone is priced accordingly with other competing smartphones, but choosing more storage means an incredible price bump, and we all know surviving with 16GB of storage is not realistic. One of ...

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    Back in February, just a few days before we saw Samsung officially unveil the Galaxy S5 at MWC 2014, we were still neck-deep in rumor territory, and one of those late-stage theories we heard suggested that the GS5 would debut with some sort of unusual camera control. Rather than having a physical shutter button, this ...

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  • Android
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    How many Android models can you think of that launched this month? What about since the start of summer? This year? And if you start looking past devices from just the big OEMs, also considering those from off-brands many of us have never heard of, just how large can that number get? OpenSignal's latest report on the ...

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  • Android
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    Will HTC make a big showing at IFA this year? This week's launch of the One M8 for Windows (not to mention the Butterfly 2), with IFA so nearby, might be seen as HTC subtly rejecting the idea of using the expo as a venue for introducing new hardware, but we wouldn't be so sure. At least, the Verizon launch exclusivity ...

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  • Android
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    What does Motorola have coming up next in its device pipeline? We've got the X+1 and G2 expected for the company's early September event, rumors of a new Nexus model, and most recently word of a possible return to tablets. But if we keep focused on just phones, exactly how many are we looking at? A new rumor attempts to ...

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  • Android
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    We've spent the last week or so talking about smartphone security and how the privacy-centric Blackphone can help keep your communications as well as your data private. We've looked at all the technical stuff that's going on to keep you secure, as well as given it our full hands-on review treatment. But what if you ...

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  • BlackBerry / webOS
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    There comes a time in every tech geek’s life when they have to ask themselves a question – “What else is out there?” There was a time when every platform – iOS, Android, Blackberry, PalmOS/webOS, Symbian, etc – offered something unique to the mobile space. They offered something compelling to keep you ...

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  • Android
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    Are you headed back to school soon, and planning to have your Android device with you as your wingman? If so, you're in luck, because there are tons of great app options to help you be productive and focused. We spared you the time picking the gems out of the mess that is Google Play, and compiled the best five into a ...

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  • Android
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    Without question one of the hottest phones of the year will be the yet-to-be-unveiled Galaxy Note 4 from Samsung. Expected to sport an oversized body with the best possible specs you can get, it's been on the radar of many -- we're certainly looking forward to its IFA 2014 introduction. If you're one of those many, then ...

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  • Android
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    We've been hearing a surge of Motorola news as of late, and the reason for that may be because of the sheer number of phones and tablets the company is working on. We've heard a report suggesting there could be eight devices out of the company by the end of this year, and now we're hearing information letting us know ...

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  • Multi-Platform
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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the Sharp Aquos Crystal that just got launched in Sprint. Then we talk about Skype, and how it apparently figured out notifications, finally. We then talk about some new surveillance issues found with smartphone gyroscopes. Motorola takes the stage next with rumors of a ...

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  • Android
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    The non-flagship sector of smartphones has become a competitive one, with almost every Android company worth noting having released multiple handsets tackling the budget space. LG, though it has no lack of non-flagship class smartphones, has just gone official with two more Androids: the LG L Fino, and the LG L Bello. ...

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  • Android / Windows Phone
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    Whenever we see spec wars between smartphones, a lot of people forget to note that each operating system handles its respective hardware differently. It would be unfair to compare a Windows Phone to an Android phone on a spec sheet, as we do know that Windows Phone requires much less power to perform just as well as ...

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  • Android
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    While some of the things OnePlus does aren't met with reception too great (such as that sexist contest which the company removed from its forums entirely), there's no denying that it made a phone with excellent value in the One. One look at our review, and you can tell that this is probably the most impressive phone ...

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  • iOS
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    Plenty of apps give you the ability to share short videos on social networks, but Vine, the granddaddy of them all, is still the gold standard. Despite its prominence, the software hasn't been without its problems, and especially for video fans used to a more flexible editing and sharing experience, the constraints Vine ...

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