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    Back in April, I covered Link Bubble, Chris Lacy's third-party Android browser which loads web pages in the background without interrupting whatever it is you were doing when you clicked the link. It's a chat heads-style floating browser that can be tossed aside. You get to choose when you want to read the pages you ...

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    If you thought that Apple's intent to acquire Beats Audio was mainly focused on bringing better headphones to its lineup, we did too. Beats are sadly more famous for their design and marketing, and less for their audio quality, and it seems that Apple knows that as well. Apple has just filed a couple of new patents to ...

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    Apple's launch of iOS 8 should be more than just a software update on your radar if you value privacy. One of the major changes to the OS is that Apple no longer stores your encryption keys, meaning, only you have access to your passwords and data. This is great since it eliminates any known possibility for your data to ...

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    Right now, if you want to place an order for the new Moto X, you can do so through the Moto Maker, getting the phone on-contract with AT&T or going for the unlocked GSM edition, which also supports T-Mobile. And we know that Verizon's going to be offering the phone too, even if its own pre-orders have yet to begin. ...

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    HTC recently sent out invitations to an October 8th event which included the cryptic message "Double Exposure". Double exposure is a term used in photography to describe the repeated exposure of a photographic plate or film to light, which can often produce "ghost images". Subsequently, Bloomberg reported that we may ...

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    Yesterday brought some disappointing news for OnePlus fans, as the company announced that it would be ending its plans to deliver interchangeable StyleSwap covers for the One. But even facing that upset, we had cause to be a little optimistic, remembering what we heard late last month about the coming availability of ...

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    How overdue are we for a new Nexus tablet? After two straight years of summertime launches for the Nexus 7, 2014 has so far left us empty-handed. But to hear what rumors have been telling us, our Nexus fix could be just around the corner, with expectations that an HTC-made Nexus 9 could be lurking in the shadows, nearly ...

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    Over the past couple days now we've had a number of opportunities to talk about Samsung's release plans for its new Galaxy Note models. First we were running some theories about possible Note Edge pricing, before hearing about an accelerated start to the Note 4's release in South Korea. Today we turn our attention to ...

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    As much as I’d love to trust the Internet, it has a tendency to screw you on certain things. I read about something and get all excited, and then find out it was just so much bunk. Maybe it was some made up BS that some troll decided to spew, or maybe it was someone who genuinely thought they were right and happened ...

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    We've been catching wind of the possibility of a successor to the Samsung Galaxy Alpha as of late, with the model number SM-A500 being repeatedly tossed around. Thanks today to the Chinese regulatory body TENAA, we have a clear look at what could be Samsung Galaxy Alpha 2 images. There's nothing much to be said about ...

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    In a bit of a surprising move – we can't recall the last time that a tech company's plans legitimately surprised us – Amazon has just unveiled a new set of tablets. These new Amazon tablets include refreshes for the Kindle Fire HDX line and more. Let's start off with the Fire HDX. First off, as you may have noticed, ...

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    Back in 2009 (in the heady days of Motorola's original Droid) the Star Trek science fiction franchise was on the ropes. Creative burnout, network pressures, and eighteen years of television saturation had exhausted creators and viewers alike, and in the eyes of the studio, only a fresh look by a relative outsider could ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Apple's launch of iOS 8, and what to expect. We then continue with Apple, this time as we talk about the iPad and its rumored launch date. Then we talk about the Apple Watch and some rumored pricing for the higher-end models. Microsoft follows as we learn more about the ...

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    Apple released the iOS 8 developer betas back in June, following WWDC 2014. We did a quick hands-on of iOS 8 Beta 1, showing off all the new features and talking about the things iOS 8 would eventually bring to the table. Being a beta release, not everything worked and some things were a little buggy … as expected in ...

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    One of the coolest things that Motorola started last year, in addition the Moto X itself, is the way that it approaches updates to its services. Instead of making you wait for a full firmware upgrade, Motorola focused on adding as many services as it could to the Google Play Store, and updated these separately. We've ...

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