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    It's been quite a week for Motorola. We went from talking about a sale on custom smartphones to a sale of the entire company in less than two days. Now, a handful of editorials and one podcast later, we live in a world where Motorola is moving in with Lenovo while Google gets itself out of the hardware business - the business it just got into when it bought Motorola back in 2011. It's enough to make anyone pine for simpler times. But before the complexities of a corporate acquisition and debates over patent values take over our lives completely, we've got a piece of decidedly more-fun ...

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    Regardless of what kind of smartphone you use, one of the main ways to customize it and add a touch personality is through the application of a wallpaper. For those of you who have been living under a rock, "wallpaper" on your smartphone or tablet is much like that for your desktop computer -- an image that sits behind your icons. Finding good-looking wallpaper can be a challenge. Tastes vary and images range from "huge" to "tiny". Just where can one go to get beautiful wallpaper for their phone? Here's what the staff at Pocketnow has to say. Adam Doud Contributing Editor Wallpapers (and ...

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    We adore the Lumia 1020, Nokia's beastly camera-with-a-phone-tacked-on, and we said so in our full review last month. But we don't just love the device because it's the best you can get on Windows Phone, or because of its stunning 41MP shooter. We love the 1020 because its camera is so good, it's likely to push the boundaries of mobile photography forward. It is, in other words, a game-changer - and we like game-changers. Google's Moto X, the first tangible product of the marriage of Google and Motorola, will release on all four U.S. national carriers before the middle of September. In our ...

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    Windows Phone has built it's brand for being the phone built around you. But Windows Phone customization is severely lacking, once you move beyond small, medium and large tiles. Fundamental operating system tasks have been locked into Microsoft's own provided services and there are either better options that can't be used or in more cases zero other options for everyday tasks in Windows Phone. Not long ago, when Facebook Home made its triumphant debut, I switched from Windows Phone back to Android. Since then circumstances have forced me to remain on the big green bot. I remain enamored ...

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