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    The dual-screened YotaPhone 2 dates all the way back to the early days of 2014, and after a year of waiting, we finally heard back in January that Yota Devices might have friendlied-up with a US carrier and was working to get its phone in stores. Those rumors ultimately didn't pan out, and instead the phone would be ...

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    Yesterday we got a heads-up from Sony: Xperia news was coming, and it was coming soon. The manufacturer told us to look forward to “a new way to capture split-second photos,” and planned to make its full announcement this coming Monday. We shared a few theories for what kind of hardware we might be likely to see, ...

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    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 catch fire?! You can't get much ... hotter than that. Amirite? The news of the week in mobile technology ...

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    NVIDIA's already having a hard enough go at it in mobile: many of the manufacturers who once found themselves using the company's SoCs have moved on to components form other manufacturers, leaving NVIDIA to turn largely to its own hardware to showcase it latest silicon. And with products like the Shield Portable being a ...

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    The mobile world moves quickly – probably faster than just about any other industry in the world. New devices are announced on what feels like a weekly basis; perpetual software updates are hitting for hundreds of mobile devices; one-off press events are always happening; and while phones seem to have a longer life ...

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    We were just thinking about Motorola's plans for Verizon, upon hearing about a couple possible Droid-series smartphones tipped to be in the works for the carrier. With the Moto X Pure Edition not slated to get any direct in-store support from the major US networks, Motorola could really stand to get a carrier on its ...

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    How long have we been waiting for a new Apple TV? The most recent hardware is well over two years old at this point, and rumors keep returning to the idea that a next-gen box is on its way. While we've heard some stories about what to expect from the new hardware, especially when it comes to the unit's remote control, ...

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    The new Motorola phones are official, and earlier this week we got to see the launch of the Moto X Style, Moto X Play, and the new third-gen Moto G. But in addition to hearing about these guys, we've also been looking forward to some new entries in Motorola's Droid lineup for Verizon. A couple weeks back, a leak of some ...

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    San Diego-based accessory maker Satechi is no stranger to mobile swag. The company's catalog boasts legions of smartphone sidekick products ranging from external batteries to Bluetooth speakers to bicycle mounts. It's made a name for itself in the single-button remote market (a segment I had no idea existed prior to ...

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    Google Glass is in the middle of a transition period. After its very public test run with the Glass Explorer Edition, Google took its vision for the wearable back to the drawing board, and has been working on a new Glass experience – one with new hardware, as well as (presumably) new software. We've been checking out ...

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    Going back several months now, we've been anticipating a new family member for Samsung's Galaxy S5 lineup: the Galaxy S5 Neo. Rumors bounced around between a few possible model numbers, seeming to settle last month on Samsung's model SM-G903F. Possible specs we heard attached to the phone made it sound like a pretty ...

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    Major automobile manufacturers have been lining up left and right these past few months to announce all the ways their upcoming vehicle lines will take advantage of new platform-level smartphone support. For the most part, that's meant Android Auto and Apple's CarPlay, with brands like GMC, Buick, Chevy, and Hyundai all ...

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    We've already seen what Pebble can do when it outfits its a smartwatch with a color display, and after launching this past winter, the Pebble Time finally arrived several weeks back. That's given us ample time to get to know the wearable, at least in one form; shortly after the original Pebble Time went public, we ...

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    We're two weeks away from Samsung's next Unpacked event, where the company is likely to introduce the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+. But there could be even more hardware waiting for us beyond those two phablets, and the timing finally feels right for Samsung to also launch its next smartwatch. We've been waiting ...

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    This summer, smartphone makers just can't seem to wait to announce their new handsets. With IFA so close at hand, we might normally expect many phones getting ready to launch this quarter to make their debut at the big expo, but instead 2015 has been one where we see these devices emerge early. Motorola certainly didn't ...

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    We all love new devices. Smartphones are the very heart of sites like Pocketnow, and product launches just mean more smartphones for us to experience. Just the other day, Motorola unveiled its 2015 Moto G and Moto X lineup, and we're already spending time with the Moto G, and eagerly awaiting the inevitable flood of ...

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    According to Xiaomi's global vice president, Hugo Barra, online smartphone sales are becoming more and more popular in emerging markets. "The phenomenon of people buying a phone from a phone is now a thing", he said on Thursday, at the Converge technology conference. Around 40% of sales are online smartphone sales in ...

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    The picture you see below, claimed to be "very raw material" drawing of the 2015 Nexus, has been leaked suggesting the back layout of the upcoming LG-made 2015 Nexus. It looks like a back cover to us, and we won't debate its veracity, but, instead remain skeptical. The leak suggests that there will be a camera, a flash, ...

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    Samsung Electronics announced the second quarter financial results for 2015, and, despite being slightly better than previous quarter figures, and in line with expectations, the situation on the smartphone side of the business isn't rosy at all. "Despite the launch of Galaxy S6, improvement to earnings was quite ...

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    Most of the time we all love it when our phones get system updates. They might contain bug fixes, add new features, update our operating systems with a new look and feel, make our phones faster, or they might contain critical security patches to keep our information safe. All this depends on what's in the update, of ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Microsoft's roll-out of Windows 10 to the masses. We then continue with Microsoft, but this time with details on Windows 10 Mobile. Google is next as Google Translate just got a lot better with added languages. Apple follows as we learn that Apple Pay isn't going so bad ...

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    Microsoft has done a very good job at keeping everyone on the loop of its progress with Windows 10. The update started rolling out to some yesterday and to others today, but it seems that even then, the company has found a few bugs to squash. The company has already prepared its first patch for its new operating system, ...

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    Two years ago, the original Moto G redefined the concept of the affordable smartphone. In a world where even midrange devices commanded $300-$400 unlocked, Motorola's game-changer debuted at just $179. It brought much of the pocketability and visual appeal of the contemporaneous first-gen Moto X, and thanks to the ...

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    Remember back in the early days of computing when the general rule of thumb was “only executable files can be malicious?” Sure, if you downloaded some sketchy software from a backwater website you ran the risk of compromising your machine, but non-executable files – things like pictures and music – were ...

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    Learn the fundamentals of web design as well as core programming languages in the span of just one afternoon with the Mammoth Interactive Five-Hour Developer Bundle, free at the Pocketnow Deals Store. The Mammoth Interactive Five-Hour Developer Bundle offers foundational training for anyone that wants to begin a career ...

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