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    Microsoft Build Preview: Part 1

    Microsoft's Build 2015 developer conference is just around the corner, but with invitations already snapped up in January, the doors are already closed. This is the event is where Microsoft typically announces the bulk of its core products. Sure, the company will make announcements sporadically at other events, but Build is where it is at if you want the low down on Microsoft for the next year. More

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    Apple Could Struggle on back of iPhone 5s Sales Increase

    Apple has huge success, stands atop the tech world, and then analysts get all worried and start spelling doom for the company. It is a cycle that has been playing out for years and now we are getting our first spot of doom mongering regarding the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Andy Perkins, an analyst from Societe Generale says an increase in sales of the older iPhone 5s could be worrying for the iPhone 6 range. More

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    Xiaomi Shifts 2.11 Million Smartphones on Festival Day

    Festival Day (yesterday) in China was a resounding success for Xiaomi. The company had shifted 1.6 million smartphone after just six hours and then managed to pace itself to a staggering 2.11 million units by the close of the day. The frankly amazing number solidified the company?s place as the number one smartphone brand in China, and one of the top names in the world. More

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    Samsung Predicts Record Numbers of Galaxy S6's will Ship this Year

    The Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge flagship are still waiting to be rolled out officially, but already the signs are good that they are boosting Samsung after a dodgy 2014. The company has seen huge amounts of pre-purchase interest in the handsets, with reports hinting that Samsung broke its own records for pre-order numbers. More

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    ASUS ZenFone 2 4GB Version Lands on Amazon for $395

    The regular 5-incn 720p ASUS ZenFone 2 is a fine device, and at $158 it is a bargain too; the truth is thought, all eyes are really on the 4GB of RAM 1080p variant of the handset. In Taiwan this beefier high end bothering device has a price tag of around $285, still plenty of bang for your buck considering its solid specs. Unfortunately is will not be quite so cheap in the United States. More

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    AT&T Fined for Customer Data Breach

    AT&T has been slapped with a $25 million fine by the FCC for breaching customer information to obtain unlock codes for mobile devices. During a six month period between November 2013 and April 2014, the second largest carrier in the United States used offshore centers to access and take customer information. More

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    Sprint Brings Free Wi-Fi Calling to iPhone

    Good news for iPhone users on Sprint today as the Now Network has revealed that those rocking Apple's smartphones will now get free Wi-Fi calling. The third largest carrier in the United States says that an update will be rolling out to the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, and iPhone 5c during the next week. More

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    HTC Says One M9+ Definitely not coming to Europe and USA

    HTC launched the One M9 Plus yesterday and while we loved the handset, we were scathing of the need to even release it. The device is going to be an exclusive in China and Asia, and HTC has confirmed that the One M9 will not be launched in Europe of the United States. That confirms what we already knew, putting an official stamp on the release of the smartphone flagship. More

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    Microsoft Lumia 640 and 640 XL launch in India and UK

    Microsoft's MWC announced Lumia 640 and Lumia 640 XL have launched this week, with India the first market to get the mid-range pair. The handsets have also landed in the UK, one of the few major global markets where Windows Phone devices have done okay. More

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    Samsung Galaxy S4 Receiving Android Lollipop on AT&T

    The Samsung Galaxy S4 is a couple of generations old these days, but Samsung has long confirmed that the two year old former flagship is getting Android 5.0 Lollipop. That futureproofs the handset for a while and gives it the latest full build of Google's mobile OS. AT&T has now started rolling out its Android 5.0.1 update for customers running the Galaxy S4. More

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    HTC Announces One M9 Plus for Asia

    HTC really is on a high end blitz at the moment. The company has announced the One M9 Plus today, a handset that follows just a month after the reveal of the One M9 flagship, and a week after the high spec'd One E9 Plus. To top it off, HTC is also readying a Butterfly 3, which will also carry plenty of flagship hardware. More

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    Sony Prepping High End Smartphone Called Lavender

    We are still awaiting the launch of the Xperia Z4, Sony's upcoming new flagship smartphone, which is due to arrive sometime this summer. The Japanese company seems to have another high end handset up its sleeve too, with serial tipster @Upleaks claiming that Sony will unveil a new well spec'd device code-named "Lavender". More

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    Apple Watch Review Roundup

    The Apple Watch is getting ready to roll out to consumers, which means the reviews are coming in for Apple's first wearable. It is widely expected that the device will become the first smartwatch breakout sales success and will sell in millions of units. However, according to early reviews, the Apple Watch falls into the same problems of other smartwatches, you simply do not need this product like you do a smartphone or a tablet. More

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    Android 5.1 for LG G Pad 8.3 Google Play Edition

    Android 5.1 Lollipop is continuing to make its way out into the wild, coming to Nexus and other devices close to Google first. The next in line is the Google Play Edition of the LG G Pad 8.3, which is getting its update to the newer software build now. The slate has been rocking Android 5.0 since way back in November 2014, but it is now upgrading to the newer 5.1 through OTA updates. More

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    Samsung Gear A to Feature Calling and Round Face

    Samsung was one of the first major smartphone brands (along with Sony) to put a smartwatch on the market, a couple of years earlier than most of its rivals. However, the Apple Watch has swept in and stolen the limelight and will probably steal the sales too, so while Samsung's previous smartwatch efforts have been solid, it is probably time for the company to knuckle down and deliver spectacular. More



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