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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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Microsoft didn’t mention any U.S. release plans when it announced the Lumia 435 back in January, but it looks like the low-cost Windows Phone is indeed going to hit a U.S. carrier.mn0gDRpzi8QMicrosoftT-Mobile This article:  Microsoft Lumia 435 appears... 

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Chrome for Android Beta gets data compression boost

The Google Chrome for Android Beta has just received experimental support for Opera Turbo-like data compression. If you’re lucky enough to own a device that’s supported by the Chrome Beta, you can install the new version from Google Play... 

FreedomPop Home announced plans and availability

If you don’t use a lot of data each month, is it worth it to pay one of the big companies for Internet access? In their continued campaign to lure you in with the promise of free high speed Internet, FreedomPop has released their plans for a household-focused... 

German company offers to white-label Firefox OS for carrie

Firefox OS has yet to launch, but one German mobile business is already offering to customize and white-label Mozilla’s software for carriers that want to sell something that’s got that “homegrown” feel. Net-m touts this new “net-m... 

Willcom announces the smallest phone in the world, the Pho

We’re aware that with current smartphone trends blurring the line between phone and tablet, phones have become much bigger. There was a time before smartphones, perhaps too long ago to even remember, that it was cool — even desirable —... 

What it would take for Verizon to go pure LTE?

We’ve finally reached a point where it looks like all four major US carriers have decided to push LTE to their entire network over the next few years. Now that the data part has been sorted out, the next step is Voice over LTE. Verizon’s... 

Asus Transformer AiO to launch in Q2 for $1,299

In the modern world of tech, we generally own multiple devices that often perform similar functions. Your smartphone, tablet, and desktop can browse the same web pages and connect to the same Netflix account. Your phone and tablet often have the same... 

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... 

Apple wants half of Pandora’s royalty rate for its s

We’ve heard rumors before that Apple is working on its own music streaming service. Today we have a new tidbit of information to add to the story, suggesting that the launch was postponed due to Apple’s tough negotiations with the music industry.... 

Google laying off as much as 10% more Motorola employees

It looks like Google may be looking to make some more job cuts at Motorola. When the acquisition of Motorola Mobility was officially a done deal, it was announced that quite a few job cuts were impeding. The decision ended with more than 20 percent of... 

Grandpa, Tell Me Bout The Good Ol’ Days: Top 5 Retro

With so many games out there for Android, I still find myself playing games from gaming’s good ol’ days, a time when animated sprites moved around in side scrolling adventures, when gore in video games was hard to find, and the word polygon... 

BlackBerry Z10 landing at AT&T on March 22nd?

While there’s still no official release date for the BlackBerry Z10 for the US, the latest rumor points to March 22nd. According to Bloomberg, we’ll see the BB10 device hit US shores via AT&T. The Z10 is an ambitious device from BlackBerry,... 

Nexus 7 now available in Korea via Google Play Store

If you’re in the US, the availability of the Nexus 7 has created some envy for those who haven’t had such luxury. Luckily, Google has officially made its uber-popular tablet available for South Korean markets. The Nexus 7 is still one of... 

AT&T: Don’t worry, we’ll unlock your phone

AT&T released a somewhat unusually optimistic response to the U.S. Library of Congress’s ruling about the unlocking of phones. It states that under copyright law, mobile phone users are no longer allowed to unlock their device without complete...