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    The Pocketnow Deals Store has all kinds of cool tech to make this gift giving season spectacular and, at the same time, save you some serious cash. Today we feature four deals that are particularly juicy. And there’s more just like this every day at the Pocketnow Deals Store. The NES30 Bluetooth Controller Looks & ...

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    Just like there's a daring community of users that can't live without rooting an Android phone, there's also another community that still believes in the need of an iOS Jailbreak. So far, jailbreaking devices isn't getting any easier, and at the same time, the community has slowly lost its importance as Apple keeps ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the new Motorola Keylink, and how this competes with existing alternatives. Then we talk about the HTC One M8 for Windows and its arrival to T-Mobile. Then we talk about HTC Sense 6 and how it will look on top of Android 5.0 Lollipop. Samsung follows as we learn about some ...

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    The latest smartphones, on both Android and iOS, are configured to enable device-level encryption by default; no longer is simply having one of these handsets in your possession enough to read the data stored within, requiring user authentication before information can be accessed. As far as smartphone users are ...

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    Who doesn't love contests? There are a ton of them happening right now at the Pocketnow Deals Store with big prizes available to be won. Entering is super simple. Just go to the contest page, register with your email address, and click on "Enter Now". If one entry isn't enough, you can earn more by sharing the contest ...

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    Issues surrounding the state of “free” apps on our phones and tablets are some that have managed to stir up surprising amounts of controversy in recent years. Consumer groups and trade regulators have long been concerned with the degree to which in-app purchases have managed to transform outright-free apps into ...

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    Many of us still wonder why Apple decided to acquire Beats by Dre for $3 billion earlier this year. At the moment we still haven't seen any collaboration between both companies, and aside from some better product placement of Beats products on Apple's stores, we don't see how Cupertino is finding any benefit to this ...

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    With smartphones having risen to the the level of popularity they now enjoy, and more and more users making their phones a major, if not the primary way they interact with websites, it's hardly a surprise that many sites deliver mobile-optimized versions of their content, designed to better fit on smaller screens and ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Samsung's new plan to revive its smartphone lineup. HTC follows as we learn of its new deals for current HTC customers. Apple follows as the company releases iOS 8.2 to developers, along with the tools to build Apple Watch apps. Facebook follows as we learn of its new ...

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    Apple has been sitting on a gold mine for more than a decade since it launched the "Made for iPod" licensing program. Today, the "MFi" standard is all about iPhones and iPads, but ever since the launch of the lightning port with the iPhone 5, the acceptance of third party accessories that support it has been rather ...

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    First we had Facebook on our phones. Then there was Facebook Messenger, which – if we felt like it – we could use for instant communications with our friends. But eventually Facebook took that choice away and made the use of that second app mandatory if we wanted to keep sending and receiving messages. Today we see ...

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    Apple's launch of iOS 8.1.1 yesterday brought some much-needed repair to those of you running the OS on legacy devices like the iPhone 4s and iPad 2. I personally still use an iPhone 4s for my running routine, and after testing it today, I did notice a much more fluid response from both the operating system, and the ...

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    Many boast that Apple's support for legacy devices is better than its competitors, and in a way, we could say that is true. You can walk into any Apple Store and notice customers still getting support for Macs and iPhones that are years old, which is great, but that doesn't mean that Apple doesn't try to convince you to ...

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    If you're on Verizon, you're familiar with the company's premium pricing structure. That's been a fact of the company for a while now, and it isn't about to change for the better anytime soon (if you want that reliable network, you have to pay). In fact, with some Verizon contract changes today, it's getting worse, as ...

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    Updated with high-quality download and streaming links, as well as timecodes. We'll see you next week! Android gets sweeter, YouTube gets more musical, and Lumia gets more Microsoft. Those are the headlines this week in tech news and views (backed up by a lot of crazy happenings from Samsung, LG, Sharp and more) and ...

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