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Would You Use a BlackBerry Z10 if Someone Gave You One for Free Today?

David Smothers March 22, 2013

Well, the day maybe probably at least a few people have been waiting for is finally here. And excitement levels are, unfortunately for BlackBerry, relatively low if not nonexistent, so the chances of you and yours actively choosing to offer real American currency in exchange for one of these bad boys are equally bleak.Instead, we ask this… Continue Reading »

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HTC One Review: The Beauty Is a Beast

David Smothers March 16, 2013

Last year HTC made three excellent phones: the One X, the One X+, and the Droid DNA. This year, it’s focusing on a single dominant device: the HTC One. It’s a gutsy strategy—basically focusing all of your efforts on one device that will span across many carriers—but one that worked wonders for Samsung’s Galaxy S III last year…. Continue Reading »

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Samsung Galaxy S 4 wireless charging pad and S Health scale hands-on

David Smothers March 14, 2013

No phone launch is complete without a few accessories added to the mix. Samsung had a whole bunch to announce alongside its Galaxy S 4, but only a few were on hand to check out up close and personal. We did, however, find a nice surprise hiding under those glossy white table covers — a wireless charging pad. Yes,… Continue Reading »

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Watch Samsung’s Galaxy S IV Unveiling Right Here

David Smothers March 14, 2013

At 7 o’clock EST, Samsung’s finally going to take the wraps off of its flagship Android handset. It’s easily the most anticipated phone of the year so far, and you can watch it make its debut right here. We’ve still got some time before kickoff, so go ahead and get caught up on what we’re… Continue Reading »

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Samsung Galaxy S IV renders leaked, reveal no front button on phone

David Smothers March 5, 2013

Samsung won’t officially show off its latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S IV, until next week, but some purported legitimate renders of the S IV have already surfaced. As you can see, the S IV has taken a step back in time in terms of its shape, as the corners are much less round compared… Continue Reading »

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Samsung Confirms the Galaxy IV’s Coming March 14th

David Smothers February 25, 2013

There have been rumors that Samsung’s new flagship Galaxy phone was not one for Mobile World Congress, but would instead have its own gala on March 14th. We’d heard reports earlier today confirming the date, but now Samsung has made it social media official. Get ready. At Mobile World Congress, Samsung Electronics’ mobile division chief JK Shin was… Continue Reading »

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T-Mobile Becomes the Newest Carrier to Offer a No-Contract Plan

David Smothers February 19, 2013

Becoming the newest major carrier to enter the contract-free game, T-Mobile USA just announced GoSmart Mobile, its new brand boasting no annual contract with the hopes of appealing to the more shallow-pocketed of users. Keeping in line with other no-contract suppliers, T-Mobile’s offerings will begin at $30 a month for unlimited talk and text; adding data into… Continue Reading »

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Does Anyone Actually Want a Transparent Phone?

David Smothers February 17, 2013

There are a couple of rumored features that “phones of the future!” always seem to have, and up there with flexibility is transparency. See-through phones have been a futuristic what-if for ages now, but now a company called Polytron is promising that the future is here! Or at least close. Within the year, perhaps. Sure, it’d… Continue Reading »

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Why the ‘Second Screen’ Industry Is Set to Explode

David Smothers February 9, 2013

Watching television while also using a smartphone or tablet is one of the most popular leisure activities of the mobile era. The mobile industry is working hard to create mobile apps and sites that relate to what’s on TV, in order to capitalize on this behavior. This approach is often referred to as the “second… Continue Reading »

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Samsung demands Apple’s iOS 6 source code in patent case

David Smothers January 27, 2013

In the latest chapter in the ongoing global patent litigation between Apple and Samsung, the South Korean company has asked a local court to grant it access to the source code to iOS 6, claiming that only the code will tell whether Apple infringed its patents. According to a report in The Korea Times on Friday, Apple’s legal team… Continue Reading »

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