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page galaxy note pro 500x345 Samsung Galaxy TabPRO 12.2 hands on with Galaxy Note Pro cameo

The Samsung Galaxy Note Pro and Galaxy TabPRO 12.2 are the same device from the viewpoint of its external and internal capabilities. They have the same 2.2 GHz quad-core processor (Snapdragon 800) if using LTE or an 1.9 GHz octa-core chip (Exynos 5 Octa) if using Wi-fi or 3G-connected models. There's really only one key difference, and as you can see from the hands-on video below, either one is going to be pretty impressive. Read More »

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page xperiaz1 compact 500x320 Sony Xperia Z1s and Xperia Z1 Compact hands on

Sony made two important announcements to kick off the CES 2014 show. For starters, the company introduced the Xperia Z1s, a US-ready version of the Xperia Z1 phone introduced last year. The more exciting news is that the Xperia Z1 Compact debuted as a phone with a smaller screen, 4.3-inch with 720p, and overall size without dropping along the value of the specs along the way. Companies tend to put in weaker processors and remove popular features when making "mini" versions of their existing devices, but Sony made no such mistakes. Instead, it focused on making a great phone for the "small" crowd. Here's a hands-on video of both the Xperia Z1 Compact and Z1s to show how the company fared in those efforts. Read More »

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page nexus5 htcone motox 500x298 Google Nexus 5 vs. Moto X vs. HTC One (Google Play)

Since Android 4.4 Kitkat debuted, a very small number of phones have been updated to support the software. Google reports that barely 1 percent of active Android devices run KitKat. So with that in mind, someone might wonder which is the best of the phones that support the latest version of Android. The top three choices I'd recommend are the Moto X, Google Nexus 5, and the HTC One Google Play Edition. Which of three is best? Watch the video below and find out. Read More »

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rumors are no fun 500x331 Samsung Leaks: Next Gen Galaxy Camera and 8.4 inch Galaxy Tab Pro

Samsung has two tasty leaks out there right now. The first is about the next generation of the Samsung Galaxy Camera line up. The new Samsung EK-GC200 is widely expected to the be the follow up the Galaxy S4 Zoom simply for the fact the it's model number was EK-GC100 and it was described as a “Digital Camera With WIFI 802.11abgn+BT LE4.0+receive+NFC passive." Hopefully Samsung will manage to cut down on some of the camera bulk this time and make it more phone less camera. Read More »

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huawei ascend mate 2 01 500x306 Huawei Ascend Mate 2 photos appear online

The Huawei Ascend Mate was among the first ridiculously big Android smartphones, and images of the Ascend Mate 2 show that nothing has changed with the follow-up. The phone once again has a display above 6-inches, runs Android, and has specifications that are common for smartphones of the time. It also has some features that are sure to draw comparisons to what Samsung is doing. Read More »

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LGG23 LG G3 may add fingerprint scanner like Apple iPhone and HTC One Max

As Apple and HTC move, so goes LG, according to new rumors out of South Korea. The Korea Herald has it on good authority from its sources that LG is testing a fingerprint scanner to be included in its next smartphone, the LG G3. LG recently decided to include the sensor as a way to unlock the device and add shortcuts. The feature is already in testing and may appear on the phone set to be announced in February alongside some other features you may have seen before. Read More »

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htc one max 412x375 HTCs next version of the One will have dual camera and fingerprint scanner

The HTC One was a popular smartphone among tech enthusiasts, but it didn't do very well among regular consumers. HTC will try to change that with the HTC One Two, the 2014 version of the phone that will have the best features of the HTC One and the One Max. Read More »

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dualboot ubuntu 450x375 Ubuntu Touch preview now dual boots on Android phones

Canonical has been working to get its Linux-based Unbuntu operating system onto more devices, and the company has had its eyes on mobile by preparing Ubuntu for smartphones. Skilled users no longer have to get a sense of Ubuntu by loading it up on a spare device or using it as a daily driver; the OS can now boot onto an Android device and then switch back to its regular software. It's a big step in putting the OS in more hands, but it may not be for everyone. Read More »

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