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    A couple weeks back, we learned that Nokia could be working on an update to bring some features that existed in its Windows Phone 7 lineup to the company's Windows Phone 8 Lumia. At the time, we were talking about a flip-to-silence mode, but also mentioned other old features that could be making the leap to WP8, including DLNA support by means of the company's Play To app. It's now looking like the latter, at least, really is just around the corner, with word tonight that its release is just another week or two away. This news comes from a Nokia staffer on the company's Beta Labs forums, ...

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    Some holes, like this one in Yellowstone National Park, are beautiful. But take a look at your phone or tablet. How many holes does it have in it? None of them are "pretty". Let's face it,  they're eyesores. Holes seem like they are necessary components, but they do make your phone look ugly. Additionally, they're extra components which just add on to the cost of an already pricey piece of electronics. Let's count them, shall we? Chances are you've got a headphone jack, a microUSB port, and maybe even an MHL/HDMI port. Why? Why do we have so many holes in our devices? Aren't there other ...

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    For those of us familiar with the matter, linking your smartphone to other home electronics can be relatively straightforward. If just the thought of having do so makes you nervous, on the other hand, HTC has a new program that could be right up your alley, announcing its HTC Connect certification, coming soon to select A/V equipment. HTC's One-series of smartphones are the first to be included in this HTC Connect program, and they'll be receiving software updates in the coming months to reflect this fact. That also makes it seem like there could be some added functionality to streamline ...

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    I've got a smartphone (a couple of them). I've got a tablet (a couple those, too). I've even gone through more than a few smart watches (though I'm not wearing one now while I wait for the Pebble). I consider myself a "power-user" when it comes to mobile devices. As such, I tend to do more with my devices than the Average Joe, if you'll pardon the pun. Would you like to know how many times I've hooked my smartphone (or even my tablet) up to my TV or monitor? Three. No, not three times today, or even this week. One of those times I was testing out an OnLap monitor, another was when I tested ...

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