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    I'll admit, I wasn't at all interested in the idea of an Amazon-made smartphone from the start. To date, I've owned two Kindle Fire tablets, and 10 times out of 10, I would recommend a Nexus 7 over anything Kindle Fire-branded. No, that's not my affinity for Nexus and stock Android speaking, and I have nothing against ...

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    If you ask us, the first thing you should do on iPhone launch day is take a long, hard look at the competition. Not because the iPhone is a bad product, but because everyone else tends to step up their game when Apple brings a new phone –or two– to the yard. And that's more true than ever this year. With that in ...

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    Late last month, while we were still gearing up for Samsung's Unpacked IFA announcements, a rumor came in about some models other than those new Notes it had in the pipeline, suggesting that we'd be seeing a bunch of new devices arrive in the same vein as the Galaxy Alpha. A few model numbers were dropped for this ...

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    One of the primary reasons sites like Pocketnow exist is to review and evaluate the vast array of smartphones on the market at any given time, compile our findings, and report our thoughts and observations back to you. We do the hard work and heavy lifting so you can make the most informed decision when you go to by a ...

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    Critics can accuse Apple of following instead of leading with the arrival of NFC support in its latest hardware -set up to start facilitating mobile Apple Pay payments- all they want, but there's at least one component of that project where Apple's breaking new ground, making those NFC-based payments happen with a ...

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    Last year, the comparison between Moto X and Galaxy S4 wasn't all that close – specs-wise, the Galaxy S4 excelled, and the Moto X arguably presented a more compelling software package. But both of those products have since been given iterative bump-ups by their respective OEMs for their 2014 flavors. So how do the new ...

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  • iOS
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    We get it: with not just one, but two new iPhone models arriving today, emotions are running high. Apple fans have been waiting years for the chance to pick up a larger-screened handset, and between that, the promise of mobile payments, and the whole slew of other features Apple's delivering, there's plenty reason to be ...

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    The Pocketnow Deals Store has the goal of providing you with awesome deals on tech gadgets, software, and services at drastically reduced prices. Dozens of killer deals are available every day, but only for a limited time. Here is just a sample of what is available right now. LithiumCard: The wallet sized hypercharging ...

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  • iOS
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    One of the things that has become a bit of a ritual after every Apple product launch is a teardown, and it's almost always first recorded by the folks over at iFixit. The next device to go through the full treatment is the larger of the new iPhones, and this iPhone 6 Plus teardown has revealed some critical details ...

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    Android Wear and Apple Watch may be hear (or in the case of the latter, just around the corner), but that doesn't mean the folks over at Pebble aren't constantly improving their popular wearables with software updates. The latest of which, the Pebble Firmware 2.5 update released today, brings many much-appreciated ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Amazon's new Fire tablets, and notice, we didn't say Kindle Fire this time. Samsung follows as the company is launching its preorders for the Galaxy Note 4 in the US. Then we talk about Apple and how the company has committed to providing extra care for your privacy. HTC ...

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  • iOS
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    This thing is entirely too small. That was my initial impression of the very first iPhone I ever used. It was the iPhone 4 I picked up on Verizon's off-beat January launch day. Over the course of three years and two different iPhone models, my opinion never changed. I upgraded to the iPhone 4S that fall and later to the ...

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    Tomorrow Apple begins in-store sales of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Shoppers are already lined up to get their shot at buying both models, and earlier this week we checked out some leaked docs that tried to offer some insight into Apple's plans for the day. They discussed strategies for dealing with inventory, ...

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  • Windows Phone
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    With Microsoft's acquisition of Nokia's handset division, a lot of changes are still to come. We've seen the continuous rumors of "Microsoft handset" where the Nokia branding is no longer available, and we do know that Microsoft is planning to shake its branding up a bit. Today we see the company making some additional ...

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  • iOS
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    Apple's iOS 8 has been out for a day now. And understandably, plenty of iOS users are flocking to update their hardware to this very latest version of Apple's mobile operating system. But not everyone's quite so keen to be an early adopter, and traffic stats from a number of trackers are revealing a pattern, showing far ...

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