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    Last year saw Google give the Nexus-phone nod to Motorola rather than returning to LG for a third model in a row, but to hear the rumors LG could be back in the running for 2015, with reports of a 5.2-inch handset in development. We'd already heard about some interesting hardware that could be on the table, like some ...

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    We're down to the final weeks of waiting for the launch of the OnePlus 2, with the new smartphone set to make its formal debut before the end of the month. And while we're understandably excited to get the full story on that handset, the tale's not over quite yet for last year's OnePlus One. Even with the hardware ...

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    When we're talking about the Galaxy Note these days, odds are it's the upcoming Galaxy Note 5, expected to launch at IFA in Berlin just about two months from now. And while we're sure we'll have plenty of Note 5 leaks and rumors to keep us busy over the weeks to come, the story on last year's Galaxy Note 4 isn't quite ...

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    Jolla's both the company behind the alternative Sailfish OS and the firm responsible for hardware that runs that platform: devices like its smartphone and upcoming tablet. At least, that's been the way things have worked so far, but today Jolla shares word of a new direction going forward, one that will see Jolla ...

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    Okay, so the LiveScribe smartpen hasn't exactly taken off yet. And you're finding it impractical to carry around pen and paper these days. So, the question stands: what can I do to take down what I need to know or remember? Well, not to worry! Notes apps are getting craftier as time goes by and at this point, they're ...

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    If you've been hanging around Pocketnow for the past few weeks, you know of our recently rekindled interest in Google's Nexus 6. We brought our AT&T demo device off the back burner last month, kicking off the summer with an After The Buzz re-review of Motorola's oversized phablet, followed by a feature piece on ...

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    Did you know you can use voice searches these days? Well, you're reading Pocketnow, so you're probably not the most accurate representation of the general Android smartphone user, but the issue nonetheless remains (at least, Google would have us think) that many simply don't know that it's possible to forego typing out ...

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    Tizen isn't quite dead in the water yet, folks. Even though Samsung continues to keep its Tizen platform out of the spotlight – selecting Android for most of its smartphone offerings – the operating system continues to live on. New information has appeared today about a Samsung Z3 announcement perhaps happening ...

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    The Samsung Galaxy S6 was all that – or perhaps even more than – most of us expected out of a Samsung smartphone. It enjoyed warm and glowing reviews from a majority of evaluators, but even that hasn't been enough to turn the company's profit losses trend around. In its second quarter earnings guidance report, ...

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    Running low on storage sucks. As I'm sitting typing this, I'm deleting files off of the external drive I store video on so I have room for new clips in the future, because I'm nearly out of storage. Nobody likes seeing the "low storage" warning on their devices, and it's even more frustrating when it happens on your ...

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    No, it's not 2009. You haven't time traveled. Yes, it's 2015, and we're on the eve, apparently, of not one but two new BlackBerry smartphone launches. We're hearing from three separate sources about the existence of a BlackBerry Dallas as well as a BlackBerry Venice. First, the BlackBerry Dallas – SQW100-4, as it's ...

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    For some, the HTC One M9 was enough. It didn't bring the radical new approach to smartphone making that Samsung took with the Galaxy S6 (at least, in comparison to its previous flagship, the Galaxy S5), though it performed respectably and handled as a flagship should. However, this approach hasn't quite translated into ...

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    The Pebble Time is one of the hottest new smartwatches to hit the market, and though we've already reviewed it and compared it to Android Wear, reviews only get you so far. Sometimes using a product as a normal consumer goes beyond what specs it has or how it holds up against similar products. There are small things ...

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    Smartphones and extreme temperatures don't play well together, regardless if we're talking too cold, or too hot. Since it's summer (granted, in some places), you know the temperature in your car can get hell-ish if you happen to leave it parked in the sun for even the shortest period of time. If you also happen to ...

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    Have an iPhone? Updated to iOS 8.4? Congratulations, you just lost Home Sharing for music! You are basically not able to stream music (video still works) from your library to your iOS devices in your house. The change happened once the 8.4 update was introduced, the version of iOS which enabled Apple Music. It wasn't ...

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    After the LG G4 was announced and all the dust settled, we started hearing about a certain LG G4c, which was believed to be the mini version of the flagship. Fast forward to May 19 and the company officially introduced the LG G4c, alongside the G4 Stylus, and now we're hearing rumors of a certain LG G4 S. But before we ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about HTC's recent quarter results, and the significant losses it faces. Then we talk about Instagram as the company has finally made a positive change in its image quality. OnePlus follows as the company's CEO has revealed that its OnePlus 2 won't be as expensive as we think. ...

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    Huawei is not only famous for the amount of smartphones it sells around the world, but for the fact that it doesn't just build the final product. The company is also famous for its line of Kirin processors, which are decent competitors to Qualcomm, MediaTek, and Samsung, even though we mostly only see these on Huawei ...

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    Microsoft has been on a roll with Windows 10 updates, as we approach the final release date of the computer version on July 29. Just last week we saw Redmond launch a crazy three builds of the OS with minor bug fixes and improvements, something very odd for Microsoft. What's important is that these last builds seem to ...

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    Even though the success of Apple Pay is still a debatable topic, Apple can't just quit when it barely got started. The company has expanded the bank and retail availability options in the US substantially over the last couple of months, and its expansion to international markets should also be code for growth. Today we ...

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    We just shared with you some official word from Sony about its continued dedication to the smartphone market, and how we shouldn't expect the company to pack up shop or sell things off – ever. That's great news for Sony's fans (and honestly, for the market in general), leaving them only to wonder what's next from the ...

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    Nobody buys a phablet for added comfort, unless of course, you play in the NBA or something like that. Phablets are more about the added screen real-estate for media consumption, or the added benefit of all-day battery life, but not because they're either pocket friendly or easy to operate. The last thing you'd expect ...

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    Is there a future for Sony in smartphones? While never a company that was competing on the same level as a Samsung or even an LG, Sony remains an electronics giant, and over the years it's kept up its dedication to smartphones, tablets, and even smartwatches, in one way or another. But earlier this year we heard rumors ...

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    The new color-screened Pebble Time has landed, and we've been spending the last few weeks covering the smartwatch's arrival. The original Pebble (and Pebble Steel) already offered users a lot of customization options with the help of alternate watchfaces, and the debut of the color display with this generation only ...

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    It seems like Apple's vow of secrecy to keep its products hidden before launch date gets sloppier by the minute. It does make sense though, as Cupertino needs to keep building anticipation for its next-generation iPhone one way or another. So far most of the recent rumors paint the Apple will repeat its iPhone design ...

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