Is This the Back of the LG G3?

Above you see the a picture of a supposed case for the upcoming LG G3 which was believable enough since the button placement was on the back of the device and the case matches up with that.  Then more recently, the picture of the back of the LG G3 leaked from a source that matched that case. Mind you there is no proof that either of these pictures are real; however, it's worth passing along. Also, I have no idea what that extra sensor...

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Samsung confirms Galaxy Zoom launching tomorrow through unsubtle teaser

If there's one thing that you can say about Samsung, subtlety is not high on its list of priorities. The company does everything big and wants to let people know about it, so its latest post on Instagram makes it clear what's happening a tomorrow's next big Galaxy unveiling. Samsung is scheduled to host an event in Singapore at which the company will officially announce "#TheNextGALAXY." Which phone will it be? Well, based on the...

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AT&T Betting on Mobile Content and “Over the Top” Video Services

AT&T is pushing forward into the mobile services future investing in Over-The-Top (OTT) video services with a company called the Chernin Group.  This will allow them to create video content for their customers and offer one more service. What kind of video? That's not sure, but we can bet that considering AT&T has deals with companies to offset the data that their members consume, their OTT video service will let users watch...

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HTC One M8 SDK opens up dual-camera feature to developers

The HTC One M8 ships with two cameras, which come in handy for software tricks meant to defocus areas of a photo to highlight the foreground or background. It's a popular DSLR effect that more smartphone makers have been incorporating, including Nokia, and HTC is now letting independent developers access its two-camera solution on the One M8. Duo Camera is designed to sense what to focus on and what areas of an image to downplay. It's...

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Android and iPhone versions of Office Mobile now free

The Microsoft Office for iPad app debuted today. It's a big story that you can read more about here. A potentially bigger story on smaller screens, especially for those of you who aren't iPad owners, is that Microsoft today announced that the Office Mobile apps for Android and iOS are now completely free - no subscription required. In the summer of 2013, Microsoft Office Mobile debuted for Android and iPhone as a way to view documents...

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Micro USB Chargers Could Be the Mandatory Charger in the EU by 2017

It looks like the days of wondering if your old devices charging cable will play nice with your new device could be a thing of the past in Europe very shortly. According to a report it seems that the European Parliament is very close to making the Micro USB the standard when it comes to phone chargers. The European Parliament has voted to support a draft of such a law, and next it is headed to the Council of Ministers. If this draft...

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