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    As some of you may know, my usual daily driver is the Nokia Lumia 925 on T-Mobile since it's got wireless charging, T-Mobile's LTE, WiFi calling, and a decent OIS camera, but since I've been running the Windows Phone 8.1.1 developer preview and since T-Mobile still hasn't released the Cyan firmware update, my Lumia 925 ...

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    It's no surprise that IFA 2014 is shaping up to be the nexus of the smartwatch universe – for the next few days, at least. We've got new models on the horizon from multiple manufacturers all ready to be featured at the expo itself, not to mention Motorola's expected news about 360 sales, nor Apple's possible ...

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    It's really tough to get me excited about a new smartwatch from Samsung. That's not necessarily because of the company's earlier efforts, : I stood up for the original Galaxy Gear and enjoyed it much more than did most of my fellow tech reviewers, and I even bought and used a Gear Fit for a short time, preferring its ...

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    The Samsung Galaxy Note line started as a bit of a test of the market. At the time, everyone was used to phones that we'd consider today as fairly small, so the idea of a 5.3-inch phone scared us – so much so, that we even invented the word "phablet" for it. It grew into a widely popular line, though, and launches of ...

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    Last week we wrapped-up the latest additional entry to our Pocketnow Summer of Giveaways, bringing those of you who had been getting nervous about the security of your data the chance to win the privacy-focused Blackphone. But that contest is closed, and we've already named our winner, so what next? Labor Day is upon us ...

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    Storing sensitive data in the cloud has always been questionable. Over the weekend we learned just how "sensitive" that data can be. Just in case you were on vacation, unplugged from technology, and haven't heard the news, reportedly dozens of celebrities had their iCloud accounts hacked and nude photos stolen and ...

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    On August 27, Samsung announced the Gear S, a smartwatch we're expecting to meet in person at the upcoming IFA 2014, a smartwatch that supports 3G on your wrist, with the help of a SIM card slot. The two-inch curved Super AMOLED display give it a unique touch, while the smartwatch itself comes with a flexible band out ...

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    Sony should unveil its next flagship, believed to be the Sony Xperia Z3, at the upcoming IFA 2014 in Berlin. All the rumors and reports seem to agree on this, and the company itself has started teasing, however, without a specific mention of the phone itself. The picture above is allegedly one snapped off of a real-life ...

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  • Multi-Platform
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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Best Buy's new deals with the LG G Watch in time for IFA. Google follows as a new press invitation teases Android One, or Android L. Microsoft follows as the company keeps teasing what to expect for IFA 2014. Apple then takes the stage with leaks of the iPhone 6 phablet. We ...

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  • Windows Phone
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    Windows Phone 8.1 has already proven to bring Microsoft's mobile operating system to the level it needed in order to compete with other platforms. The updates that were added with Windows Phone 8.1 GDR1 brought even more needed features, but it's clear that Microsoft is not done. If you were wondering what the company ...

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  • Android
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    Ever since the launch of the Sony Xperia Z, the company has dared the odds of what a water resistant smartphone should look like. At times when the only thing that was water resistant looked like a tank, Sony showed us that there are smarter ways to bring water resistance to the masses. The company continues to push ...

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    As fun as it can be to marginalize and criticize them, smartphones are magical pieces of technology. From something as benign as an iPhone to a device as futuristic as a G Flex, today's pocket communicators are modern miracles of miniaturized intelligence. As I say at the top of every Weekly podcast, these real-life ...

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  • Android
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    Samsung has done a fantastic job at keeping us at the edge of our seats with the Galaxy Note 4 announcement at IFA. The company's recent advertisement focused on reminding us why the Galaxy Note lineup matters, and what we can expect for the future. One of the biggest upgrades that we're expecting to see with the Galaxy ...

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  • Android
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    IFA 2014 is sure to bring us a lot of hardware that pushes boundaries, whether we're talking about raw processing power, gigantic high-res displays, lightning-fast data, or even just delivering that hardware at bargain-basement prices. One of these measuring sticks we've been using less and less lately is that of the ...

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  • iOS
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    One of the biggest mysteries that surrounds Apple's September 9th event, is what to expect for the iPhone 6 phablet that's been rumored. Most of the leaks we've seen in both parts and mockups have been focused on the 4.7-inch iPhone 6, and that makes sense since it begun mass production a couple of weeks ago. It's hard ...

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