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    CES 2015 is just a couple weeks away, and one of the many phones we're hoping to see at the expo is Sony's next flagship Android, the Xperia Z4. Leaks and rumors have touched upon what we might expect for the past month or so now, but now a big one may have just emerged from the recent Sony Pictures Entertainment hack, ...

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    Last week, HTC got started with making available the Nexus 9 Magic Cover, the foldable, magnetic, cover/stand for the company's first tablet in a long while. That was cool, but we only saw one color option at first. Then this week got started off with a big push forward for the accessory, as Google began sales on the ...

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    Yesterday we saw Microsoft prepping for wider distribution of the Lumia Denim firmware update for Lumia smartphones, following word of limited availability in select markets. It was progress, sure, but we craved more information: just when could the rest of us hope to see Denim arrive. Today Microsoft speaks up and ...

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    A little earlier today we took a look at where smartphones have been able to take fingerprint-based authentication so far, wondering about what future the tech might have. Has the novelty worn off? Will the security it offers substantially improve? It looks like Apple's been asking itself some similar questions, and ...

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    So far, the rumors and leaks surrounding Samsung's plans for the presumptive Galaxy S6 have largely fallen into two camps: those that are looking at specs and the detail behind the hardware components Samsung might choose, and those that are more focused on the handset's overall design. That latter group has itself seen ...

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    "Bring us alternate topics," you said. And boy oh boy, have the waning days of December delivered. On today's podcast, we're joined by Daniel Bader of MobileSyrup for a firsthand account of the BlackBerry Classic launch and an acoustic retelling of MobileSyrup's BlackBerry Classic review, told as only a true Canadian ...

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  • Android
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    Do you have Android 5.0 (or 5.0.1) Lollipop yet? Odds are, you don't, as even with manufacturers cooking up updates as quickly as they can, the vast majority of Android devices out there will be waiting weeks, if not months, before Lollipop even becomes close to a possibility. But as most of you wait patiently for ...

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  • Multi-Platform
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    By now we should all know that we need to lock our smartphones, phablets, and tablets, right? How many of us actually do? I know I do! That's mostly because I live in a household with grubby little hands that try to get into all my new toys review units. The other reason is because I work with a bunch of practical ...

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  • Android / Windows Phone
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    I’ve done a lot of soul searching of the past few weeks. It’s been a hard journey, but I have come to some realizations of late. I’ve been on Android since the beginning of Seeptember, and I’m running out of excuses to not go back to Windows Phone. I have two left – the Review Rebuttal for the Galaxy Note Edge ...

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  • Android
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    Another week, another leaked Samsung Android phone to feast our eyes on. Thanks to GFXBench, this week that phone is the Galaxy E7 (SM-E700), as a recent Samsung Galaxy E7 specs leak has left very little up in the air about the midranger phone. The device now has a full Info section on GFXBench, rattling off many of ...

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  • Android
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    There's probably never going to be a hard-line answer to the question “how big is too big to be a smartphone?” Manufacturers will continue to push limits, and as long as these phablets that encroach into tablet-sized spaces continue to attract shoppers, new devices will keep on arriving. The latest to catch our eye ...

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    This year Google introduced Android One as its new project to make available affordable, high-quality smartphones with strong software support. Sales in India got underway back in September, followed by a rollout to other Asian nations. There were already a number of different manufacturers releasing Android One ...

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    Amazon entered the smartphone market earlier this year with some big dreams, giving its inaugural Fire Phone some hardware and software that wasn't quite like anything else out there. Unfortunately, higher-than-expected pricing, combined with carrier exclusivity and some regrettable battery life, ended up souring many ...

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  • Android
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    With all the distractions modern life throws at us, it's so easy to find ourselves getting off-task. Sure, you were supposed to get that invite list for the party put together by this morning, but then the new Taylor Swift album dropped, and Far Cry 4 came out, and have you guys seen that how-to-gift-wrap-a-cat video on ...

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  • iOS
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    It is expected that 2015 will be the year that wearable technology will dominate the consumer electronics marketplace. The Apple Watch, slated to enter the market early next year, will be the one wearable that everyone is going to want to have. You could be one of the very first to own this sought after wearable if you ...

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