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    AT&T and its subsidiary, DirecTV, have a unique synergy in that they both provide services that, for the most part, bypass wires — because who gets free over-the-air transmissions anymore? So, if you get a satellite TV package in addition to your cellphone service in the Rocky Mountain, Northern Plains or Mid-Atlantic regions, you'll be able to get a free iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus. You'll also get half-off the price of up to five more such devices. Here's the major catch: the discount comes in the form of bill credits over 30 months on the AT&T Next plan and the amount is only ...

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    We think it's pretty cool that the last device to hit our review desk in 2013 was the flagship for a new smartphone platform, one we'd been eagerly anticipating for the better part of a year. Jolla's Sailfish OS isn't just a confluence of MeeGo, Maemo, Moblin, and a bunch of other made-up words; it's a sign that innovation in new platforms isn't dead yet. If you're bored of iOS, Android, and Windows Phone and you're not too sure about BlackBerry, Jolla is here to soothe your contrarian soul ... and all you need do in return is tolerate a little Beta tag. We weren't able to render a full ...

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    We've recently run a series of articles discussing the awesome features of certain mobile platforms, and how those highlights drive users to love them. We've covered Windows Phone, iOS, and Android, the platforms with the best combination of mindshare and potential, and today I thought I'd give a shoutout to a lesser-known (but immensely influential) player in the mobile space: webOS. If the details are hazy with the passage of time, here's a brief refresher. webOS was Palm's replacement for its legacy PalmOS, the platform that helped launch the smartphone and PDA revolution via the Palm ...

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