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    HTC Denies ASUS Buyout Claim

    HTC has wasted no time in shooting down rumors that it is talk to merge with fellow Taiwanese company ASUS. The funny thing about the whole story is that the initial report came straight from ASUS, with the company's chairman Johnny Shih saying that he is not ruling out the possibility of his company purchasing troubled HTC at some point. More

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    Microsoft Readying Sequel to Nokia Lumia 1020

    The Nokia Lumia 1020 is still arguably the best camera experience you can have on a smartphone, despite the fact the device is two years old. Built by Nokia, the follow up will be made by Microsoft after it bought the Finnish company's devices and services division. It now seems as though the follow up is close to being launched. More

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    BlackBerry Venice will run Android and be made with Samsung?

    BlackBerry used to be something of a closed shop, but during trying times the company has learned to play with others and has released its services on other platforms. How far is the Canadian brand willing to push this cross platform ethos? Pretty far it seems, at least according to Eldar Murtazin, a Russian blogger. More

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    LG G3 Skipping Android 5.1 and Moving Straight to Android M

    If you had the LG G3 from launch, you may remember that the handset did not move past Android 4.4.2 KitKat while other rival flagships went to 4.4.3 or 4.4.4. Instead the G3 waited over six months before making the jump straight to Android Lollipop, and it seems LG will be doing the same with the handset this year. More

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    Samsung Launches Galaxy Tab E

    Samsung has officially raised the curtain on a new tablet, the Galaxy Tab E (SM-T560) which will serve as an affordable option in the company's portfolio. Considering its humble aspirations, the Galaxy Tab E comes with a relatively low price tag, but also packs some decidedly average specs. More

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    T-Mobile Updates Galaxy S6 to Android 5.1.1 Lollipop

    T-Mobile has fulfilled its promise and has started sending out Android 5.1.1 Lollipop to its Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge smartphones. Samsung revealed that the software would be coming to its new flagship in June and it seems T-Mobile is the first U.S. carrier to confirm the upgrade. More

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    Sprint Now Selling LG G Stylo

    Sprint has announced that it will start carrying the LG G Stylo (of G4 Stylus in other markets), a large handset that comes with a stylus. The third largest carrier in the United States will offer the device for $288 off contract, or for $49.99 on a two year commitment. The other payment option is 24 monthly payments $12 with Sprint Easy Pay. More

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    Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Coming with USB Type-C

    Samsung has already denied that it will release the Galaxy Note 5 early, so we will have to wait until the normal roll out time for the phablet king, likely IFA in September. While we are still a few months off seeing the flagship handset there are reports arriving on a daily basis that tell us what we can expect from the Galaxy Note 5. More

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    Gionee Elife E8 Launched, Expensive but Packed with High End Specs

    Gionee is still something of an under the radar brand to most consumers, but we have been following the company for some time and it always something worth looking at. The brand new Elife E8 is the company's next flagship and as we have come to expect, it comes packed to the proverbial rafters with the best specs available. More

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    Motorola Moto X (2013) Finally Getting Android Lollipop during June

    Motorola's original Moto X (launched back in 2013) has still not received an update to Android 5.0 Lollipop, a fact that goes against the company?s reputation for being the quickest OEM to upgrade to new software versions. Given Motorola's near stock experience, the lack of update for the Moto X is a surprise, but it does seem as though the wait is finally over as Android 5.1 Lollipop is expected to land on the old flagship during this month. More

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    Is This the 2015 Moto X?

    Motorola is currently working on a 2015 version of its Moto X flagship, and we have already seen leaked images of the handset. A week after those original photos arrived we are being treated to some more, with the new images seemingly revealing that the handset will not have a fingerprint scanner as the previous leak suggested. More

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    DoCoMo Puts Overheating Warning Stickers on Snapdragon 810 Smartphones

    Things are really not going well for Qualcomm's Snapdragon 810 processor. The chipset has been pegged as causing overheating problems (despite being a good performer), something Qualcomm denied only to see evidence of overheating persisting in the Sony Xperia Z3+. Now the leading Japanese carrier (DoCoMo) is piling on the pressure by putting an overheating warning on smartphones with the Snapdragon 810. More

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    Windows 10 Mobile Landing in September

    Microsoft has already confirmed that Windows 10 will be launching on July 29th, but the company has yet to offer an official date for Windows 10 Mobile. PC?s and tablets will be getting the full Windows 10 OS during July, but the mobile version is going to land at a later date. According to a report today from Neowin suggests that Windows 10 Mobile will be launched in September. More

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    T-Mobile LG G3 Getting Android 5.0 Lollipop This Month

    T-Mobile is finally updating its version of the LG G3 to Android 5.0 Lollipop, much later than other carriers and international variants. Considering Lollipop launched back last November and until recently the G3 was LG's main flagship handset, it has been tardy to say the least by T-Mobile. At least now consumers with the G3 on the Magenta Network are finally getting Android 5.0. More

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    Xiaomi has Sold more than 10 Million Redmi 2 Devices

    Xiaomi is in a position to expand past smartphones these days, with the company announcing smart air conditioners today. However, handsets still make up 99% of the Chinese brands' business, and the Redmi 2 and Redmi 2A smartphones are proving to be among the company's most popular. Xiaomi announced that combined both device have surpassed 10 million in unit sales. More



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