Video: HTC One Compared to Unreleased HTC One M8

Looks like the folks at HTC had a video slip out of the "all new HTC One" and it is being compared side by side to the (all old?) HTC One. The big take away from this is the screen is a five inch device and it will have the on screen buttons but still have the HTC logo bar on it for some unknown reason. Check out the video below. We know that this is the real deal because the video was quickly taken down before it was reuploaded and...

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Window Phone 8.1 Start Screen Will Let you Use Your Own Pictures

We have got more information on the upcoming Windows Phone 8.1 release and it would seem that Microsoft was really listening to customers complaints on the operating system. The last major leak was for the widely called for Notification Center and now the latest leak is for what would be called custom wallpaper on other OS's. The most recent screenshots show the user's personal pictures being used as the background as tiles for the...

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Google’s Upcoming “Build Your Own” Device Ara to Start at $50

A little while back Google introduced a completely new type of concept device for consumers a "build your own" device modular concept. This device would be a bare bones item in which you would get to choose everything about the devices specs by what can best be described as plug and play. It's also going to come with a price based on what you need. While the starter kit for this device will be pretty bare bone (it will only have the...

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US House Takes the First Step in Removing the SIM Unlock Ban

Does everyone remember a little while back that the United States government made it illegal for devices made after January 2013 to be unlocked to work with every carrier.  The first step has been taken to reverse that law and allow to do what you want with your phone.   The US House of Representatives passed a bill with 295-114 votes that take most of the limits of the SIM unlocking ban and make them null. Right now you can only get...

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Nokia Dives into Android, Introduces the Nokia X Family at MWC

All the rumors about Nokia going "Green" (aka Android) were true and not only for one device but for a whole family of devices.  Nokia introduced three "Nokia X" devices at Mobile World Congress the Nokia X, Nokia X+ and the Nokia XL.  While none of these devices will ever be confused with a Galaxy device were never meant to be and look like they are going to replace the Asha line of devices. These devices all run a heavily forked...

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