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    The stylus has had a pretty traumatic life. It was a necessary tool back in the beginning of the smartphone and PDA era, as mobile operating systems weren't designed with stubby fingertips in mind. Rather, buttons, soft keyboards, and entire UIs were fixated beneath resistive touch screens, which didn't discriminate ...

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    Let it never be said that the weeks leading up to a trade show are dull ones. Since we last podcasted, we've gone hands-on with no fewer than three new mobile devices, reviewed another two, set up a giveaway for the world's most privacy-centric smartphone, and brought you an exclusive leak of the world's next big ...

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    The various government agencies around the world that certify electronics for operation within their respective borders can be a smartphone fan's best friends. When we're tracking a new model, after months and months of rumors and unverifiable leaks, agencies like the FCC or China's TENAA often bring us the first really ...

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    After the HTC One M8 for Windows went official earlier this week, one comparison was instantly called for: what's the difference between it, and the regular ole One M8? Well, first of all, there's the operating system ... but the truth is that the difference extends beyond that. We go over all that in our HTC One M8 ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the new Nook, but on a Galaxy Tab 4 chassis. HTC follows with details on how the One M8 for Windows can last longer than the One M8 for Android. Motorola then takes the stage with a promise of new tablets and smartphones. Samsung is next with a very unique feature that ...

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    Microsoft hasn't necessarily enjoyed much success with the launch of Windows 8, and the same can be said about its spinoff to Windows RT. Windows Phone 8 has seen some moderate success though, but it's clear that the company is desperate for a positive change in its results. For some, the smartest thing to do would be ...

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    When it comes to analyzing the quality of a smartphone's camera, there are two main approaches. There's the guided style: "We had a gander at the new [Smartphone] from the fine folks at [Smartphone Manufacturer], and we took its camera out for a spin to see how it performed under a variety of lighting conditions. When ...

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    Nokia's first Windows tablet, the Lumia 2520, launched last fall, and we quickly saw carriers in the States lining up to offer the 2520 to their subscribers – well, at least AT&T and Verizon were interested. A whole lot of time has passed since then, and we've seen plenty of other Windows tablets emerge, but the ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the Sharp Aquos Crystal that just got launched in Sprint. Then we talk about Skype, and how it apparently figured out notifications, finally. We then talk about some new surveillance issues found with smartphone gyroscopes. Motorola takes the stage next with rumors of a ...

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    Whenever we see spec wars between smartphones, a lot of people forget to note that each operating system handles its respective hardware differently. It would be unfair to compare a Windows Phone to an Android phone on a spec sheet, as we do know that Windows Phone requires much less power to perform just as well as ...

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    Secret is one of those apps that can drive a tad of controversy. It's designed for office gossip, and hey, getting your complaints out of your system without others really knowing who you are. Sadly it has also led to bullying in certain cases as well, as there is no safer place to keep your office secrets, than in your ...

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    HTC recently announced a new version of its flagship HTC One M8 smartphone and the only difference is that it's running Windows Phone 8.1.1. This instantly made many of us remember the old days when HTC was king of smartphones in part because it allowed the hacking community to have free reign over their phones. The ...

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    If you're anything like us, staying connected means a lot more than simply carrying around a smartphone. Once the mobile device bug gets you and the gadget-lust takes hold, it's easy to find yourself packing a tablet, a smartwatch, and maybe even a backup phone or two. But juggling multiple devices can be tricky when ...

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    If there was a unicorn of a device for mobile tech geeks the world over, it was a Lumia device running Android. Well, we finally got one, and it kind of sucked. But if there’s a step below a unicorn, maybe a pegasus, or leprechaun, or even a portly saint in a jolly red suit, it’s probably the HTC One M8 running ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the unveiling of the HTC Butterfly 2, the international variant of the J Butterfly for the rest of Asia. Then we talk about Pebble, and how it has just hired some WebOS muscle in order to improve. Motorola follows as we get details on a new deal if you want a wooden Moto X. ...

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