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Samsung Just Launched a New Smartphone and It’s Not Powered by Android

The Z1 will bring loads of free entertainment to millions of people without the help of Google — and there’s a good reason why.

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The Best and Worst Features of Android 5.0 Lollipop

Lollipop is definitely the sweetest take on Android. Here’s what’s good and bad about it.

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Will Microsoft’s Smartwatch Be a Success?

They may be a little late to the game, but all signs point to Microsoft making the best smartwatch yet. And it won’t be powered by Windows.

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3 Things You Need to Know About Google’s Nexus Program

After months of rumors, we finally get to see what Google has in store for the Nexus. And it’s awesome.

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Is There Such a Thing as Budget Premium Smartphones?

A lot of people are spending big bucks to get their hands on a new iPhone 6, but is it possible to get a phone of equal quality for half the price?

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HTC Wants You to Switch to a Windows Phone

The HTC One (M8) is now available in a Windows Phone edition and many people are wondering why. The reason may be simpler than you think.

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The U.S.A. Loves Smartphones, But Only If They’re Expensive

Nearly 60% of American adults own a smartphone and it’s estimated that 220 million people will be embracing the technology within the next four years. And while there are many manufacturers to choose from when purchasing a smartphone, Americans have made it clear which brand they prefer: Apple. When comScore presented their U.S. smartphone subscriber […]

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Are We Losing Interest in Tablets?

The teleautograph is considered by many to be the first tablet. Tablet computers were first conceptualized in the late 1800’s when inventor Elisha Gray created the telautograph. His creation was a precursor to the modern fax machine and was the first device that transmitted handwriting to a stationary sheet of paper. For the first time […]

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Recap: Major Takeaways from Google I/O 2014

Yesterday, Google hosted its annual I/O conference in San Francisco and held in-depth presentations that showcased their latest achievements and what they were planning for the future. Everything involving Android, Chromebooks, API’s and more was discussed. Needless to say, it was a huge event. With over 6,000 people in attendance, Google covered a lot of […]

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Simple is the New Smart According to the LG G3

Last year, LG introduced two smartphones that were met with great reviews. While the Nexus 5 and G2 were huge successes for the South Korean manufacturer, they felt they could create a new phone that not only combined the best aspects of both, but actually improved upon those features. Developed under a new mantra of […]

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