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galaxy round 500x313 Samsung Galaxy S 5 wont have a curved display

We’re months away from seeing the next flagship Samsung device, but that hasn’t stopped people from talking about what might or might not be included in the Galaxy S 5. One thing that we can definitely say won’t be present is a curved display like what we saw in the Galaxy Round. The reason for that is obvious: nobody is going to miss it, and Samsung couldn’t meet demand even if it wanted to try. Read More »

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page lifepure Blu Life Pure costs only $349 but still has quad core processor and 1080p HD

The trend for the past year has been to cut prices on smartphones but still offer more than we typically expect. Blu has specialized in those types of phones, such as the new Blu Life pure. The $349 price tag is expected considering what the company usually charges for its devices, but the presence of a 5-inch display with a 1080p HD resolution is above what's normally seen. The same can be said about the upgrades in RAM, camera, processor, and overall design. Take a look at the specs below to see the improvements. Read More »

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htc dream google android g1 tmobile01 Did the iPhone force Google to start over with Android?

The Atlantic has published a story today that featured a quote from a former Google engineer who said that when he saw the Apple iPhone unveiled in 2007, he knew that the company had to "start over." Another Google employee says that's not exactly accurate. Read More »

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motox ad Motomaker goes offline with interactive Moto X print ad in WIRED

Motorola said that they would spend a great deal of money when they first announced that they would release a new phone that changed the way people think about the company. Now, Motorola is taking an equally unique approach to promote the Moto X’s customization features in an interactive print ad appearing in the next issue of WIRED magazine. Take a look at the video below to see it in action. Read More »

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droid ultra DROID Ultra, DROID Maxx, and DROID Mini updating to Android 4.4 KitKat

Verizon Wireless has started updating the 2013 DROID smartphones to Android 4.4 KtKat. Motorola quickly included the DROID Ultra, DROID Maxx, and DROID Mini in its KitKat plans, and users should begin noticing download invitations starting today. The update will appear in phases, but users can attempt to download now by going to Settings > About phone > System Updates. Once users install the update, they can expect to see the following: Read More »

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galaxynote3 galaxys4 406x375 Samsung Galaxy S4 and Note 3 getting Android 4.4 KitKat in January or February

French carrier SFR has revealed that the top Samsung phones released in 2013, the Galaxy S 4 and the Galaxy Note 3, will receive the update to Android 4.4 KitKat in late January or early February. That's for the French market, but what does that mean for other regions?
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galaxy11 squad Samsung assembles the greatest football team ever to promote the Galaxy 11

A few weeks ago, Samsung posted a bizarre video about aliens and crop circles staring legendary footballer/soccer player Franz Beckenbauer. The video seemed to be just one of Samsung’s marketing ploys that people would look at and then forget. On second thought, what if this is part of a campaign to promote a new Galaxy tablet that will be released next year? Read More »

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att samsung galaxy note 2 smartphone 1 AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note II updated to Android 4.3 Jelly Bean

The Samsung Galaxy Note II is finally upgrading to Android 4.3 Jelly Bean today. The AT&T version of the Galaxy Note II has updated to include many of the performance and software enhancements found in Android 4.3, including faster navigation. Not everyone will notice much of a jump in speed, but the will notice that the Samsung Premium Suite of software upgrades added a few new tricks, including… Read More »

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