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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about a possible surprise from T-Mobile coming next week that could have something to do with Apple Music. Then we talk about the OnePlus 2 and how it might gain a metallic chassis. BlackBerry is next as we get renders of a BlackBerry Passport and the Venice running Android. ...

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    We just told you about a new rumor concerning Apple's plans for a 12.9-inch iPad “Pro,” looking at a recent trademark application and explaining why it wasn't quite the evidence for an OS-X-powered iPad as some were making it out to be. But that doesn't mean that work on a larger iPad isn't happening, and the idea ...

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    Over the past few days we've been checking out maybe the most exciting series of iPhone 6s leaks to date, as a source with apparent access to the phone's frame and main board has been offering some up-close looks at the hardware. First we saw the handset's largely unchanged body, and then on Wednesday got a look at a ...

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    Save a wad of cash with e-learning bundles and more at the Pocketnow Deals Store for a limited time only. Jam-Packed JavaScript Bundle Master web development with the Jam-Packed JavaScript Bundle and save 91 percent at the Pocketnow Deals Store. The Jam-Packed Javascript Bundle includes access seven indispensable ...

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    Right now, Apple's managing two markedly different platforms, as its mobile devices are powered by iOS (which we're including watchOS under), and its proper computers powered by OS X. But for a while now we've been wondering if Apple might be ready to start blurring those boundaries, and if the rumored jumbo-sized ...

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    Whenever you look at a wireless provider's coverage map, you'll probably notice a few things right off: coverage is best in major population centers and along the highway corridors that connect them. Stray too far from either and your signal strength drops. Signal strength impacts more than you might think, and that ...

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    There's an Apple patent that might have us all sharing files with handshakes in the not-too-distant future. Sprint's new CEO is finally fed up with John Legere and recently said so on Twitter. Android is running on BlackBerry. And there's a 10000 mAh smartphone out there that, judging from the photos, is not the size ...

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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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    There's no denying that John Legere is one of the coolest CEOs on the planet, even without the context of the company he's running. He's shaken up the wireless industry by denouncing bad carrier practices, and hasn't shied away from making quite the name for himself – he's crashed CES parties, and dropped some pretty ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about some new Moto 360 deals, given the possible refresh coming soon. Then we talk about the Apple Watch 2, and what to expect from its new display. HTC is next as the company might introduce a new flagship later this year. Then we talk about the iPhone 6s and some of the leaks ...

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    John Legere is not only famous for turning T-Mobile around from that infamous carrier that almost gout acquired by AT&T, but also because he's very verbal about it. He's well known for going off at competitors publicly for mistreating customers with plans and contracts, and his main tool for these complaints is ...

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    Apple's obsession with thin and light has been a topic of much debate over the last couple of years. If it wasn't for that time when Apple launched the third-generation iPad, it's hard to remember any other case when a newer product is thicker than its predecessor. Added thickness might be a need in some cases though, ...

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    It would be easy to say that there is an Apple before Jony Ive and after, but that would be cutting it too short. We've seen Ive's design redefine MP3 players, computers, smartphones, tablets, and even mobile operating systems. We do know that Ive and the late Steve Jobs would work closely together, and it seems that ...

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    There was a time when the iPhone was praised for its camera quality, and at the launch of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, this was still the way most of us felt about it. Then came 2015, products like the Galaxy S6 and LG G4, and now everyone consider's Apple's cameras to be dull. We've kept an eye on a ton of rumors ...

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    The Apple Watch, as we know it today, while a good product, it is still in its infancy, a first generation product, one which Apple will surely improve in the future, once a follow-up lands. The Apple Watch 2 will probably fix some (if not most) of the issues the current version has, and, according to reports, it might ...

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    On Tuesday, Apple introduced its new streaming music service Music through the release of the iOS 8.4 and iTunes 12.2 software updates. For iOS users, it was required to update to the latest version of the OS in order to use the service – that's the only way to get the updated Music app. But what some eagle-eyed ...

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    When it comes to battery life, we all have our own ways of keeping our devices topped up and running. While other aspects of mobile technology, like displays and processors, have seen tremendous leaps and bounds over the past few years, battery technology hasn’t seen a significant improvement. This surely is the ...

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    T-Mobile has been doing some very "un-carrier" things for quite some time now. That's not by accident - instead it's a very strategic plan to woo customers away from the more "traditional" Stateside cellular providers and give them a taste of how things are across Europe and in other parts of the world. From all-but ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about some LG and HTC deals to gain more mind share for their respective flagships. Microsoft is next as we see the company push more variants of the Surface Pro 3. Then we talk about YouTube and its new 60fps service for mobile. We follow with the iPhone 6s rumors, as we now ...

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    No matter where you go, buying an iPhone can prove to be an expensive prospect. Whether you're shelling out for the handset's full retail price, or incorporating the phone's cost as part of your ongoing carrier bill, you'll likely end up paying more than you would for an Android or Windows Phone model; that's just the ...

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    You could take home a brand new high resolution computer if you win The iMac with 5k Retina Display Giveaway at the Pocketnow Deals Store. Using the term "high resolution" to describe this machine is an understatement. The iMac up for grabs features a 27-inch display with nearly 15 million pixels, a quad-core processor, ...

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    Apple has used the "s" after an iPhone's product name as a representation of additional speed, ever since the old iPhone 3GS. As such we've seen the company retain the same design as the existing model, but with added performance benefits. We're expecting this to be the exact same case with the iPhone 6s, and today we ...

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    One of the most common trends ever since smartphone screens started getting larger, was for video consumption to grow. YouTube has made gigantic leaps in the quality it can support from video producers like us to consumers on a desktop, but we've also seen the company gradually bring this support to mobile. Today we ...

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    Believe it or not, the last time Apple refreshed its iPod lineup was back in year 2012. It makes sense for Apple to loosen its on the iPod with the success of the iPhone, given the company always knew that it would be at the cost of killing its own music player. That last thing we'd expect is for Cupertino to continue ...

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    These days, just like with smartphones, new music streaming services have to do something different to be able to compete. It's not just about being able to listen to your music anymore; people look to apps like Spotify, Google Play Music, and Rdio for sharing their favorite songs, listening to radio stations, and much, ...

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