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    Even though Apple didn't invent mobile payments, we all know that Cupertino is famous for arriving late at certain markets and making these take off. Google has struggled for years to make Google Wallet famous, and even if the service still exists, we rarely see any improvements over the already failed market strategy. ...

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    Google rounded-out last week by making its latest system software available for the 2012 Nexus 7. The tablet was in need of an update, having seen the Nexus 9, Nexus 10, and 2013 Nexus 7 all get their Android 5.0.1 updates while it was still on 5.0. But that's not what it got at all, and instead we saw Google drop the ...

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    For the past week now, we've been talking about issues the Lumia 535 has been having with its touchscreen, and while it sounded quite annoying, we were relieved to hear that Microsoft had acknowledged the problem and was developing a fix. By Friday, we had heard that the fix was nearly ready to go out, and users could ...

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    CES 2015 isn't but two weeks away at this point, and we couldn't be more excited for all the hardware we'll be going to Vegas to see first-hand. The companies involved are starting to warm up their PR machines to give us an early taste of what to expect, and this week we begin with a short teaser clip from ASUS, giving ...

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    Soon we'll be reflecting on some of the memorable moments in mobile tech this year, and beyond picking out our favorite devices, we'll also be thinking about those that really managed to disappoint. And while that list will include all sorts of smartphones that we expected more from, at least most of those will be ...

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    When it comes to announcing products, updates, or really just about anything, there are two schools of thought. Some argue to strike while the iron is hot, while others say it’s best to build anticipation. There are good arguments for either side of this philosophy, so let’s take a look at what time is the best time ...

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    We're sure that by now you've noticed that we love comparisons. There's no better way to help you all decide between one product and another, than if we test them side by side on a couple of average days of use. It's always hard for us to determine a winner, since each product was designed with a specific niche in the ...

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    Updated with links to the high-quality version of the podcast (both to stream and download it), as well as timecodes to let you jump through the podcast. As always, thanks for listening, and we'll see you right here next week! "Bring us alternate topics," you said. And boy oh boy, have the waning days of December ...

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    So here we are, a couple of years into the era of smartwatches. Apple, Google and Microsoft all have offerings on the table. We've already taken a look at where the smartwatch is excelling and where it's not.  Smartwatch progress has made these devices attractive, affordable, and very handy, but some things are still ...

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    Pockentow 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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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Microsoft's launch of Lumia Denim, and what this means for most Lumias in the market. Google follows as we learn more about the possibility of Nexus 9 leather covers. Sony follows as the company has begun to tease what we should expect for CES 2015. Then Sony takes the ...

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    We're just about one month away from the next Project Ara dev conference, where Google is sure to have plenty to announce about its work towards the first commercially focused, highly modular smartphone hardware platform. We got a little taste earlier this month as imagery of the next-gen Ara prototype board was ...

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  • Android
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    The Galaxy S6 doesn't have much competition when it comes to being the Samsung Android we're most looking forward to launching, but it's far from alone on the list of Samsung smartphones we're expecting to see announced in the months to come. The manufacturer still needs to go official with the Galaxy A7 (following the ...

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    Miniaturization has been one of the key elements that has allowed technology to evolve over the years. Decades ago, a computer was big enough to fill a room, and today most of us carry smartphones that are more powerful than some of the computers NASA needed to put a man on the moon. If you’re new to the smartphone ...

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    We were only just starting to see Android 5.0.1 hit the last stragglers of the Nexus family: this past Monday, the Nexus 5 finally saw its OTA incoming. And with that, all the Nexus phones that would be getting the update had access to it, following earlier availability for many Nexus tablets. But the weeks that follow ...

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