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wpblue 500x258 Screenshots of the New Notification Center for Windows Phone Devices Leaked

There has been much speculation on exactly how Windows Phone was going incorporate a notification center into the OS. According to leaks from a site called Winphollowers, it will be a drop down menu from the top just like every other mobile OS out there.  However, unlike other operating systems, Windows Phone notification center will called the "action center."

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verizon Samsungs New Flagship Windows Phone for Verizon Visits the FCC

There have been some leaks coming out that Verizon will get a new flagship Windows Phone device made by Samsung thought to be named the Huron. This device has just paid a visit to the FCC for approval, and while we didn't learn much more about the device itself, we did learn that it is more than just a rumor.

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Capture3 Rumor: Separate App Volume Coming to Windows Phone 8.1

One of the leftover grips about the Windows Phone OS is the lack of a separate volume control for notifications/ringer and application volume. Now according to a leak from WPbar in China on the new build this ability to control these volume separately will be included in Window Phone 8.1.

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OneDrive 500x266 Goodbye SkyDrive, Hello OneDrive

If you recall earlier last year, Microsoft was taken to court by  British Sky Broadcasting Group for using the name "SkyDrive" claiming that it infringed on the "Sky" trademark. (SkyDrive is the place where all Windows Phones back up in the cloud, and it also has apps for Android, iOS, and the web.) Because of this litigation, Microsoft is changing the name of SkyDrive to OneDrive. Microsoft promises that this transition will be seamless to current SkyDrive users; you won't have to do anything other than recognize when the new name and website launch, so your data will be fine. If you would like more details the full press release is below. Read More »

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nokianormandy 500x254 Nokia Normandy Pops Up on Vietnamese Site Claims Google Suite Access

In a odd turn of events, the rumored Nokia Normandy has shown up on retail site The Gioididong.com.  While it is supporting specs we have already heard, this is claiming something entirely new - that this device will have access to the entire suite of Google apps. This includes Google Play, Google Search, Google Now, Maps, Gmail, YouTube, Calendar. Really?

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samsung logo with google 600x330 500x275 Google and Samsung Sign Agreement to Share Tech Secrets

Samsung and Google's dependency on each other in the mobile sector just became a little more official with a global patent cross license agreement agreement signed by both parties.  As per the terms of this agreement, Samsung and Google can not only freely use each others patented ideas, they are also free to "gain access to each other’s industry-leading patent portfolios." This agreement will last 10 years and covers not only current but future patents. Read More »

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android kitkat 500x313 KitKat Update Coming to the HTC One Soon in the US

Have the flagship HTC One and starting to wonder it you will ever see the Android KitKat update?  Well, wonder no more; according to reports from HTC themselves, they have sent the Android 4.4 (aka KitKat) to AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint.  This means that all the major carriers in the US are currently testing this update as we speak.

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GALAXY Note 3 NEO 1280x853 500x333 The More Affordable Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo is Not Coming to the US/UK

According to several reports, Samsung will soon be announcing the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo, a slightly smaller, less powerful, and more affordable version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 shortly. Samsung has directly talked about this yet-to-be launched device to Android Central and has told them:

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