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Samsung Galaxy S6 and HTC One M9 are two of the most interesting devices announced at Mobile World Congress. While you can’t miss with any of these two — both are top notch — we know that some folks “can’t live with a Samsung phone” or “just... 

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So you have a smartphone. You make calls, text, e-mail, browse social media, stream music and movies, use GPS, take pictures, and play games. But even if you do all of that, you’re still not using your smartphone to its fullest potential. That’s... 

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$13 txtr Beagle e-reader will cost $69 in the US

When it comes to value for money, nothing can really beat the Kindle as an e-reading device at the moment. At $69 it offers a great screen, storage for over a 1,000 books, and a battery life of about a month. But everyone can be tempted by a bargain,... 

Reality check: Android’s leadership shuffle does not mea

As Andy Rubin, the father of Android, steps down to pursue other Google-based projects, and Chrome lead Sundar Pichai will step up to handle his existing workload as well as instructions to “double down” on Android. It’s pretty natural... 

This is what Ubuntu Touch’s core apps look like so far

Though Canonical released its Ubuntu Touch preview over one month ago, not all of us have either been brave enough, or had the proper combination of devices and software to give it a test run. For those that fall into this category, but still want to... 

More Samsung Galaxy S4 details and images surface ahead of

Like most smartphone releases, details surrounding the Samsung Galaxy S4 are pouring in from every direction just before the official unveiling this evening. More information about the international (or at least the Chinese) variant of the phone have... 

Google tosses ad blockers from Google Play

Bad news, Android users. Google has decided it’s time to crack down on all the ad-blocking apps in Google Play. Officially, the developers of apps that have gotten the boot are being told that they have violated section 4.4 of the Play Store developer... 

Google Reader alternatives that will keep RSS alive after

Upset that Google is shutting down Google Reader this summer? You’re not alone. The death of RSS, on numerous occasions, has been greatly exaggerated. The truth is that millions of people still use feed readers on a daily basis. They’re... 

Watch the Samsung Galaxy S4 livestream here

In about an hour, Samsung is going to announce its next flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S4. The Galaxy S3 released a little under one year ago, so hopefully you’ve spent enough time with the little guy to be excited for his new, younger brother.... 

Samsung unveils the Galaxy S4, available worldwide soon

It’s been leaked, teased, accused of being a copy of its predecessor, and celebrated as the likely champion of the mobile ecosystem for 2013. Samsung has finally unveiled the next in their line of globally available smartphones, the Galaxy S4.... 

Google’s streaming music service to be powered by YouTub

As streaming music grows in popularity, its only a matter of time before Google jumps in the ring with their own service. With YouTube as a content source, a streaming service woven into Google Play would likely prove incredibly popular. If you’ve... 

Google cuts 10 percent of Motorola’s workforce

When Google’s Eric Schmidt introduced “The New Motorola” on stage last year, after appointing Googler Dennis Woodside CEO of Motorola, it was made clear that the company would undergo some serious restructuring to fit in more with Google’s... 

Cambridge Consultants creates very accurate indoor locatio

Several companies have been trying for a little while now to use existing technologies to make indoor navigation better, with mixed results. A new product is being developed specifically to address this problem, with planned applications in emergency... 

Possible Galaxy S4 photos pop up just before official laun

As has been the case for nearly every major smartphone release in recent memory, leaks, hints, and rumors surrounding the Samsung Galaxy S4 have been flooding RSS feeds everywhere as we get ever closer to the launch of the phone. The latest of these... 

No Firefox app heading to iOS any time soon, says Mozilla

Those of you longing for a native Firefox app that can run on your iPhone or iPad may have a bit of a wait. Speaking to a panel at SXSW in Austin, Mozilla’s Jay Sullivan there’s no way the Foundation is going to take another shot at building... 

Chinese Galaxy S4 variant shows up in video

As Samsung gets another day closer to the launch of the Galaxy S4, a supposed Chinese variant of the upcoming phone stole some thunder recently by showing up on camera. Today, you get a lot more to look at as the owner of this smartphone released a video... 

Google shows off apps for Glass

We’ve all seen the Glass demonstration videos from Google, but the app driven ecosystem we live in today demands that there be a little more than Google juice flowing through the headset. During a recent SXSW presentation, Google took to the stage...