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appfolder Folders Arrive on Nokia Lumia Windows Phone Devices

Ever since Nokia switched from Symbian to Windows Phone there has been a HUGE out cry for the ability to "folder up" apps.  Folders have been a mainstay on Symbian devices for ages and were sorely missed by long term Nokia users and by Android/iOS converts alike.  The other day I woke up to a huge surprise on my Lumia 1020 when I found the "App Folder" app in the Nokia collection part of the Windows Phone store.

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Nokia Android Device 465x620 Pictures of a Prototype Nokia Running Android Surface (Nokia Normandy)

When Nokia decided to go Windows Phone and not Android, there were more than a few disappointed consumers out there. Being that Nokia's old OS Symbian on the surface closest matches Android, it would be the perfect marriage of hardware and software.  Now there are pictures a prototype called Nokia Normandy which is a lower end Nokia device running a forked version of Android.   Read More »

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eyetracking1 500x328 Look Ma, No Fingers! Gaze Tracking by The Eye Tribe Show a Touch Free Future

While there has been attempts in the past to use only your eyes to control your parts of your smartphone it never really worked that well. But now there seems to be a legitimate player in this market called "The Eye Tribe" demoing it's Gaze Tracking at CES this year. There is a nice demo of it controlling a game Fruit Ninja below. Read More »

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t mobile uncarrier 4 leak 500x231 T Mobile Continues its Un carrier Rollout by Paying Early Termination FeesThere was a leak a little earlier that as part of T-Mobiles "Un-carrier 4.0" event T-Mobile would start paying your early termination fees if you switched from AT&T, Verizon or Sprint to T-Mobile. T-Mobile's president John Legere announced a "get out of jail free card" from other wireless carriers, so customers on family plans can save hundreds of dollars by switching. According to T-Mobile themselves here's how it works:
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Lumiaicon 500x356 Verizon is Set to Break Free from Nokias Naming Convention and Release the Nokia Lumia Icon

There have been rumors swirling since even before the Nokia Lumia 1520 launch that Verizon was going to get a more pocketable 5-inch version of the device and call it the Nokia Lumia 929. While the numbering didn't make much sense, it was slightly above the current Verizon flagship, the Lumia 928. Now we know why Verizon's model number system didn't match up with Nokia's - it looks like it's because Verizon is ditching the numbering system completely and simply giving names to devices.
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huawei am24g2 500x258 Huawei Ascend Mate 2 4G is an Android phone and a Phone Charger?

Huawei has officially announced its latest device, the Huawei Ascend Mate 2 4G. While it's not mindblowingly different from the original Ascend Mate, there are a few cool new features worth discussing, including its whopping 4,050 mAh battery that will also allow you to charge other devices from it. Read More »

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att sponsored data 500x220 AT&T Bring Something New to the Wireless Game   Sponsored Data

In today's smartphone world, data usage is on the rise. Combine that with the fact that unlimited data plans are long gone on the two biggest carriers, you end up with the a data-strapped consumer. In fact, according to AT&T themselves, "Read More »

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htccamera 500x346 HTC Made $10 Million USD Last Quarter

The once dominant handset manufacturer HTC has been having a bit of financial trouble in the recent past and has started to restructure operations and change key players at the top. According to the latest numbers, this stragey seems to be working to a degree. HTC has turned a 10 million dollar profit last quarter, and while this seems like great news it was mainly based on its sale of its stake in Beats Audio which netted HTC $85 million dollars. Read More »

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