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    Microsoft Updates Skype on iOS, including 3D Touch Enhancements

    Microsoft's seismic shift to put its software and services on rival platforms has seen the company really get behind the new ethos. The company has delivered stunning apps in recent months and years, and now it has updated its Skype app for iOS to take into account Apple's latest innovations. The new update brings 3D Touch capabilities to Skype on Cupertino's platform. More

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    Windows 10 Mobile Already Making Presence Felt

    Windows 10 Mobile is still not available in its full finished version, but the beta version of the software is already making its presence felt on Windows smartphones. Windows 10 has already swept through the PC market, but Microsoft has been taking a slower approach with its Mobile software. More

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    HTC Baffles with Launch of One M9e

    What is HTC doing? The company has just launched another high end smartphone a week after the One A9, and this not a fresh handset either, it is another One M9 variant for the Chinese market. We have truly lost count of how many M9 handsets there are, so much so that we are sure the E9 already exists. Quick research says it hasn't, but it really highlights how diluted HTC's flagship output had become, a sad time for the company. More

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    Huawei Nexus 6P Facing Shipment Issues Because of High Demand

    Huawei does not typically release flagship smartphones in the United States, but when the Chinese brand collaborated on Google on the Nexus 6P it gave U.S. consumers a rare chance to get a Huawei made device. And it seems those customers are digging what Huawei and Google cooked up together as Nexus 6P shipments have apparently been delayed in the U.S. due to high demand. More

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    Elephone Vowney is a Bona Fide Flagship for $280

    Elephone anyone? We thought not. This lesser known Chinese manufacturer has just announced the oddly named Vowney. Like other Chinese brands, Elephone eschews complete originality but does shine the spotlgith on blazing specs, and the Vowney is no different. More

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    ASUS is the Biggest Brand in Taiwan

    When we think of the several giant smartphone manufacturers in Taiwan, it is HTC that we see as the standout company, the one that has delivered the best smartphones on a consistent basis. However, in its homeland HTC is actually far from being the number one company in terms of value, with that honor going to ASUS. More

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    Metal Xiaomi Redmi Note 2 Certified in China

    Chinese companies are revamping their mid-range line ups by making their handsets metal. Meizu was first out of the blocks with the M2 Blue Charm Metal, while LeTV launched the metal Le 1s this week. Next up is Xiaomi, the leading smartphone manufacturer in China, with a metal variant of its Redmi Note 2. More

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    Nintendo Launching First Smartphone Game Tomorrow

    The most celebrated gaming company of them all, Nintendo, is about to release its first ever smartphone game tomorrow. Nintendo has been making its first strides in the market, working with DeNA to port games to mobile technology. By March Nintendo plans to have five titles on the market, and the first game will land tomorrow. More

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    Samsung Galaxy View is Officially Unveiled

    Samsung has officially announced its massive Galaxy View tablet today, arguably the biggest bona fide slate on the market. Perhaps highlighting the current decline in the tablet market, Samsung did not hold a major event for the product, letting out the news quietly. More

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    HTC One A9 Coming to Verizon in December

    It seems that HTC's new "flagship" One A9 will be available across the four major carriers in the United States. The device was already confirmed for AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile and now Verizon has stated that it will be carrying the new smartphone too. More

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    Huawei Launching Mate 8 Smartphone with Kirin 950 Chip November 5

    Huawei is releasing plenty of new smartphones in the coming weeks, and the latest is the Mate 8, which will be launched on November 5 according to an invitation found on Chinese social media website Weibo. We know the Mate 8 will probably be flagship quality because Huawei is advertising it as the device that will carry the company's new Kirin 950 chipset. More

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    Oppo Debuts Modest Neo 7

    Chinese brand Oppo has announced a new smartphone, the latest to come with a nice design, low specs, and a low price tag. The handset in question is called the Neo 7 and it is a device that is unlikely to appeal to those who want at least some exciting hardware. More

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    Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ Getting First Update Now

    Samsung is rolling out a software update for the Galaxy S6 Edge+, the first that the handset has received since being launched three months ago. The handset is getting the upgrade just after its sibling of sorts, the Galaxy Note 5, got its first update. More

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    HTC One A9 to Cost $500 in Two Weeks

    If you want to grab the HTC One A9 at its introductory price of $399.99 (directly from the company) then you will need to be quick. That's because the price will apparently go up a full $100 to $499.99 by November 7, which is eleven days away. More

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    T-Mobile Turns Profit off 2.3 Million New Customers

    T-Mobile enjoyed another successful three months through the third quarter of 2015 as the company announced 2.3 million net customers for the period ending September 30. The Magenta Network is actually making a profit these days, with income flowing finally on the back of plenty of growth and market buzz. More



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