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HTC One 2 M8 Dual 500x370 Heres why the HTC One has two cameras

Based on previous leaks that we've seen, it's obvious that the All New HTC One (HTC M8) has two cameras. The last time HTC had a smartphone with two cameras was the EVO 3D, and that wasn't exactly the greatest phone to ever hit the market. Don't worry about HTC repeating its mistakes because the dual cameras, or HTC Duo, have more practical appearances. Take a look at this leaked sales sheet from Telstra that offers some clues about why the HTC One has two cameras. Read More »

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m8 hands on 2 495x375 Another New Video of the All new HTC One Surfaces

Previously there was a leaked video of the "all new HTC One" or the HTC M8 but lets just say the quality and professionalism left a little to be desired in terms of the knowledge of the person holding the deice. Now a much shorter but more knowledgeable video has surfaced of the HTC One M8.  You can check it out below.

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page googlenowwatch Google is tweaking Android to work on smartwatches, SDK launching in two weeks

All those rumors about Google launching a smartwatch appear to have some fire to go with that smoke. Sundar Pichai - the head of Android, Google Apps, and Chrome - said yesterday that Google will launch a software development kit (SDK) specifically for wearable devices. And it's supposedly launching in just two weeks. Read More »

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 inch 500x333 Samsung has more web presence than all other Android device makers combined

In case you need a reminder how far ahead Samsung is from every other Android manufacturer, take a look at this chart from Chitika. The analytics and advertising company has taken a look at the web traffic in the United States and Canada to focus on which companies are most represented among Android devices that see its advertisements. Here are the results. Read More »

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privacy samsung galaxy s2 01 FreedomPop Privacy Phone pits specs vs. security

What matters most to you: a great phone with solid specs and so-so security, or an outdated phone that's likely to be more secure than anything else on the market? That's the question posted by FreedomPop's new Privacy Phone that takes a familiar Android device and then packs it with VPN, encryption, and other settings designed to keep the government, hackers, and prying eyes off of your data and activity. But is this extra layer of privacy worth it? Read More »

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Galaxy s5 hands on Samsung Galaxy S5 vs. Galaxy S4 vs. Galaxy Note 3 hands on: hardware tour and fingerprint demo

If the Samsung Galaxy S4 sits at one end of the spectrum and the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 sits at the other, the Samsung Galaxy S5 would rest comfortably in the middle. When you look at the three devices, you can see the transition from one to the next. The Galaxy Note 3 was informed by the mistakes and forward movements of the Galaxy S4, so is the same true of the Galaxy S5? Here's a hands-on video showing it off. Read More »

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X pile body 500x281 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.

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nokia x Actual photos of the Nokia X Android phone leaked

We're only days away from seeing Nokia's bizarre entrance into the Android arena, but the phone has already appeared online courtesy of some new leaked photos. Please excuse the extreme use of watermarks, but these images provide some confirmation about the many details that have leaked in recent weeks. Read More »

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