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    Want a job with a six-figure salary in an industry that offers huge growth potential? Consider training for a rewarding career in data management with The Big Data Bundle, offered to Pocketnow readers for over 90% off the retail price. The Big Data Bundle is a convenient and cost effective way to learn essential data ...

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    All new looks are in store if you decide to update both your Pebble app and your Pebble Time/Time Steel/Time Round watches to firmware 4.0. Not only that, but Pebble OS has a new feel, too. Straight from the watchface, you can press up to hit up Pebble Health. You'll get your step stats and more to the right. ...

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    Huami, Xiaomi's lifestyle brand, has made some fairly simple fitness trackers, including one that's been plagued with delays. But maybe a whole new crowdfunded beast can paper over sins of the past. Meet the Amazfit. The case is made from ceramic and houses a 1.34-inch circular display with a 300 x 300 resolution. It's ...

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    The Federal Trade Commission has lost a fight over mobile data throttling against AT&T. This two-year-old case stemmed over the FTC's accusation that the carrier needed to inform the commission before slowing down the data speeds of customers using excessive amounts of it on a grandfathered unlimited plan. The ...

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    Every time you make a payment with your credit card, the bank that issues your card takes a cut of the final bill. If you're into mobile payments, the tech company behind it also asks for a cut of each transaction. These small cut, but single-digit percentages can make a difference in the bottom line. Take RadPad's ...

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    Last year's Chromebook Pixel has now come out of stock from the Google Store. The $1,299 ChromeOS laptop didn't get much word from its maker when it dropped from the sales beat. The second Pixel book ends its run at 17 months and just two months after a job posting surfaced for a "Quality Engineer" for the Chromebook ...

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    The FCC has not published any regulatory documents related to the iPhone 7 or the Apple Watch 2 just yet. But, according to at least one Russian tech outlet, the Eurasian Economic Commission has taken a look at those devices and another one that has to do with the lack of a headphone jack on that new mobile phone. ...

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    Earlier this year, Sony break-off company VAIO released a Windows 10 Mobile smartphone called the Phone Biz. We ridiculed its name as the tackiest in... the phone biz. That, and it was a fairly middling device in horsepower with a Snapdragon 617. But it was a third-party offering for Japanese Windows Phone customers and ...

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    If anyone is looking to use the Samsung Exynos 7570 chipset in the near future, they won't need to buy separate modems to work out all of the wireless connections to the phone. That's because all of the radios needed for LTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, FM and GLONASS (for GPS) communications are embedded onto the chip. That ...

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    This year's supposed HTC-made Nexus devices, codenamed "Marlin" and "Sailfish," may not have "Nexus" in their names. Sources to Android Central are instead saying that "Google" will be integral to the branding of the phones. Another integral part to the products is that they will feature special and exclusive software ...

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    It looks like black might be the new gray after all, instead of blue being the new black. Confused? Too much minute speculation on a pair of upcoming high-end iOS smartphones that shouldn’t radically change much about their predecessors will do that to you, tackling everything from antenna bands to ports, buttons, ...

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    Less than 24 hours after Fitbit officially announced a pair of long overdue new entry-level wearable devices at seemingly reasonable $100 to $150 prices, Amazon quietly (and incredibly) decided to undercut the activity tracker manufacturer’s pre-order rates. These are the retailer’s own Fitbit Charge 2 and Flex 2 ...

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    According to Strategy Analytics, China-based ZTE is currently the fourth largest smartphone supplier in the US and second largest in the no-contract market. That’s clearly thanks to the affordable high-end Axon line first and foremost, though ultra-low-cost prepaid ZMAX and Warp models must have also contributed ...

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    While you may not be used to seeing ordinarily nichey ruggedized gadgets get as much mainstream attention as the recently unveiled Kyocera DuraForce PRO, this muscular 5-incher has a lot more going for it than just a robust, IP68-certified and Military Standard 810G-complying exterior. Following several non-rugged ...

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    Archos may have jumped the gun well ahead of IFA 2016’s official start with a few largely underwhelming low-cost smartphone announcements, but it seems like the French OEM saved the best for last a little closer to the Berlin-hosted trade show. Enter the 55 Diamond Selfie and 50 Saphir handhelds, due out across the ...

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    The Galaxy S7 is still one of the world’s best-selling smartphones, the Note 7 has reportedly gotten off to a tremendous box-office start, with demand far outstripping supply, so it’s only natural we try to preview some of the major upgrades and new technologies the Samsung Galaxy S8 could bring to the table early ...

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    Compact smartphone enthusiasts unwilling to compromise… too much on raw power and other specifications appeared to have at least two solid sub-5-inchers from top-tier OEMs to look forward to this fall, but at the end of the day, the diminutive Sony Xperia X might be left alone on that boat. Originally expected to be ...

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    It took Microsoft long enough to respond to widespread Surface Pro 3 battery life criticism and acknowledge there was indeed something wrong on the hardware manufacturer and software developer’s end, but once fixing the previously mysterious issues became a “top priority”, identifying the root cause and putting ...

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    In case Apple’s “coincidental” scheduling of its next-gen iPhone announcement event on September 7 as opposed to September 6… SE wasn’t enough to finally put branding speculation to rest, this temporary placeholder listing on a European carrier’s website should probably remove all doubt. Unless you dare to ...

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    Sad to hear Huawei isn’t planning any new high-end Mate-series smartphone announcements at the Internationale Funkausstellung Berlin after all? Fret not, as the world’s third largest handheld vendor maintains it will “defy” our expectations on September 1, most likely taking the wraps off at least three largely ...

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    If you thought the Samsung Z2 looked quite dated, you should probably remind yourself of the Galaxy Folder. Folder — man, that was amazing time. While LG may be letting loose on its Android-based flip phones, Samsung has another Galaxy Folder in the works — model name SM-G1600. A palette of materials revealed the ...

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    "The iPhones are not fit for the purpose of use as smartphones because of the touchscreen defect." It's a sentence that could be shortened by Apple's critics, but it's also a sentence found in full in a class action lawsuit filed at US District Court in San Francisco. Three individuals from California, Delaware and ...

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    What's in a number? The sum of all of its parts? What are those parts, then? In a software release, it's the small things like bugfixes, rewriting menu options, rewriting entire menus. It's also the big things like vulnerabilities that need to be patched yesterday. But if you're planning on regular releases, do we ...

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    Walmart isn't known for its marketplace tendencies, but it does list products from third-party sellers on its site for sale. It's no Amazon, yet every so often, you get a little pleasant surprise or two. No, not always low prices, always. A company named Talkie Tech has listed two- and three-packs of iLLumi-branded ...

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    It seems that the Nexus 5 will remain the smartphone apex of value-for-dollar in Google's standardized Android device lineup. With all of the top-of-the-line specifications and standardized hardware design that have been discussed for both the smaller "Sailfish" and larger "Marlin" devices supposedly to be made by HTC ...

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