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    Adam Doud propped some major points against buying a new phone with your carrier in this weekend's debate post. If you haven't taken a look at his post, please do so to grab some context. But at this point, I think it's time for some B sides to this discussion. Not only a counterargument, but a hybrid proposal that ...

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    Hop on over to Motorola's website and you can already engage with the company's Moto Maker tool to start customizing a new Moto G – well, so long as you're not demanding the not-currently-available 16GB/2GB option. But while the third-gen Moto G has found a home with the Moto Maker, Motorola's new flagship Moto X has ...

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    It's been a week now since OnePlus introduced its second-gen flagship smartphone, the OnePlus 2. With some impressive hardware and pricing that comes in south of $400, the handset's launch is helping to heat-up the battle for affordable Android supremacy – a fight that will see the phone facing fierce competition from ...

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    How nuts is it that Sony's latest Androids are just hours old at this point, and our attention has already soundly moved on to what's next, as rumors start talking about the company's upcoming IFA event, and our chances of seeing some new flagship-level smartphones. The idea that Sony could be quick to release the ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Sony's new Xperia C5 Ultra, Xperia M5, and its future announcements at IFA. Then we talk about how Nokia sells HERE services to German automakers. Apple follows with the rumors of a probable MVNO to compete with Google's Project Fi. Then we talk about the recent leaks of a ...

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    If the launch of the ZTE Blade S6 passed you by without managing to grab your attention, we wouldn't necessarily blame you: the 5.0-inch Android landed with some pretty typical mid-range specs (later joined by a 5.5-inch phablet-sized "Plus" option), though it did manage to arrive with a budget-friendly price tag. So ...

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    It hasn't even been one week now since Motorola introduced its most recent crop of smartphones, including this year's refresh to the Moto G. While the handset isn't officially arriving as a pair of new editions like the Moto X is this time around, Motorola did introduce one key hardware option for this year's Moto G ...

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    Microsoft may not be the world's most famous smartphone OEM, and particularly after the turn of events with the Lumia division. That said, the company did confirm a solid commitment to the platform, and that we should expect flagship devices later this year. Rumors first started with the Lumia 940 / 940 XL, and then ...

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    The amount of leaks surrounding Samsung's future phablet lineup is significant. At this point we already have a press event scheduled for August 13 as well, bringing Apple some heat with its future phablet launch as well. What we hadn't really seen is official photos of these devices, at least until now. Famous tipster ...

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    Apple did something differently with the launch of its iPad Air 2, equipping the cell-enabled tablet with a SIM card that was all ready to work with the carrier of your choice – AT&T, T-Mobile, or Sprint – no carrier-specific SIM needed. And while we heard that Apple wasn't too likely to bring a similar feature ...

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    The launch of the first-generation iPhone didn't just mark the reinvention of smartphones, but also a new concept for voicemail. Visual Voicemail became a thing after this launch as well, even though voicemail as a service continues to decline over the way text messaging has evolved. As such, it seems that Apple is ...

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    If there's one thing that Apple is famous for, is for the phrase "thin and light." Cupertino's obsession over thinner ergonomics has sometimes come at a cost of functionality. We have seen the company make a few exceptions with products like the iPad, and as we've followed similar rumors for the iPhone 6s, today we get ...

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    Nokia's HERE maps and services may not be as popular as Google Maps lately, but that's mainly from a consumer standpoint. These mapping services are already an important backbone to navigation services on vehicles, among other enterprise customers. With rumors of a ton of tech companies like Google and Apple behind ...

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    Sony's already gotten this week off to a strong start, announcing a pair of Androids that may fall towards the middle of the road with some of their specs, but still manage to deliver some solid camera performance. And while we're happy to see the Xperia M5 and Xperia C5 Ultra go official like this, rumors sure have ...

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    News of plans for Sony's latest smartphone launch only arrived late last week, giving us the heads-up that an announcement was on its way. And while we didn't have much to go on initially, short of hints that we were looking at some high-speed camera hardware, it didn't take long for rumors to zero-in on a pair of ...

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    Pocketnow Daily gets an average of 300 to 500 comments a day, and sometimes even a thousand. We’d like to thank you all for participating in our question of the day, and we love your feedback so much, that we decided that since we can’t respond to ever single one of your comments, we should at least feature a ...

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    When it's time to buy a new smartphone, you have a few options at your disposal – at least here in the United States. We have a few relatively unique options in our smartphone/carrier pricing options, so I thought it might be an interesting thought-experiment to take a look at those options and see what works for you ...

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    Sony announced recently that it would be testing a new near-stock Android experiment, while moving most of its additional Sony services to the form of apps. This is great news for those of us who have grown to prefer the stock Android experience as can be found on Nexus phones near-stock on phones such as those offered ...

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    Update: The podcast has been updated with audio from our Motorola event editorial roundtable. Enjoy! The flagship killer might've just gotten killed by a killer flagship! A new phablet might make former phablets obsolete! Windows Update just updated its last Windows! And your gaming tablet's so hot it's about to ...

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    There's a huge mystery surrounding Apple Watch sales, mainly because Cupertino doesn't want to share them. We've seen Tim Cook mention that he's thrilled with the devices performance, but never does he offer numbers to back it up. It seems the thrill isn't real, and today we find some interesting numbers to prove it. ...

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    The amount of rumors surrounding Apple's idea of bringing Force Touch technology to the iPhone 6 are already part of our daily bread. We don't know exactly how Apple will implement this product without fragmenting the user interface, and specially when we're not all fond of Force Touch in the first place. Today we learn ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Sony's teaser of something golden happening next week. We then talk about Apple and the rumored improvements of the next Apple TV. We then continue with Apple, as it seems the company has figured out a way to improve sapphire production for the iPhone. We then talk about ...

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    The Moto G is about to get replaced … by the Moto G. As we saw during our initial hands-on earlier this week, the 2015 model brings a few hardware bumps and much more customizability to Motorola’s best-selling smartphone of all time, and it packs some serious software improvements as well. While we’ll have ...

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    Every new smartphone stops getting updates eventually; maybe hardware requirements have gone up, or the user base has moved on to new handsets, but at some point it just stops making sense to allocate resource towards updating old phones. But even when it's not explicitly stated, many of us assume there's some level of ...

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    Apple has spent the last couple of years trying to make sapphire a primary component to the iPhone, but so far it hasn't gone beyond the TouchID controls, and the primary camera lens. By now we already know the hole drama with GT Advanced a few months ago, sending Apple's plans to a dramatic halt. We do see the company ...

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