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    LG has a new 3G smartwatch in the works

    LG has a new smartwatch in the works that will follow in Samsung's footsteps by having a 3G modem built in. The device showed up online today after it passed through the FCC for approval. More

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    Blackberry recovering as losses tumble

    Is Blackberry rebounding or is the path to its demise just levelling out? It depends who you listen to of course, but one thing is certain, the company's losses are moving in the right direction. That's probably a weird statement, but the truth is Blackberry's losses are falling and the company is creeping slowly back to being a profitable entity. However, the road is still long and there are no guarantees that the Canadian brand will ever reach its desired destination. More

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    Asphalt Overdrive lands on WP, Android, and iOS and is disappointing.

    While many hard-core gamers scoff at mobile gaming (what, no physical controls?), there was a very serious gaming industry building around smartphones and tablets. Gaming is at last generation console levels in some cases, but it seems at some point the mobile gaming industry took a left turn to crowd pleasing territory. This is best summed up by the new Asphalt game, a title that comes from one of the best racing game series on mobile. More

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    Meet the upcoming Moto S

    Yesterday we brought you news of the newest Nexus handset that is being built by Motorola. 9to5Google acquired plenty of details about the handset and even built a mock-up of the device from what they knew. Of course, it was not 100% whether the mock-up was the finished article, but today there seems to be some clearer confirmation. More

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    Samsung says the Note Edge is a limited concept

    Samsung is a company that does not innovate, or so we are told. I am hardly Samsung's biggest fan, but I call creating a whole new category (phablets) and pioneering such features as the S Pen stylus and the project YOUM bendy screen innovative. Take the Galaxy Note Edge for example, this is a device that is new, fresh, and has never been done before. That doesn't mean it is a success, but who says innovation needs to hit a home run; the device is cutting... ahem, edge and that should be applauded. More

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    Sony invite points to Xperia Z3 launch in the US

    We just received an invite to a behind closed doors Sony event that will take place in New York City on the 9th October. While there is no information on the exact nature of the event, it is called "In Demand" and is likely going to be used for Sony to roll out its current batch of smartphones in the United States. More

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    Samsung's smartphone future is hard to predict

    Samsung has faced some tough times of late, an interesting thing considering this is a company that still makes billions of dollars and is still comfortably the number one smartphone vendor. The fact is though the future is not as smooth as it once was and there are plenty of unanswered questions within Samsung?s Korean HQ. When one of your own divisions explains that things are not going very well then it is probably time to start finding new ways to do things. More

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    New update for Moto 360 solves Bluetooth issues

    Motorola's Moto 360 Android Wear smartwatch has only been on the market for a few weeks, but the company is already tweaking it to make sure the users get the best experience possible. The company has rolled out a new update today that carries the build number KGW42R and is available to download now. More

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    Moto X lookalike Nexus 6 rumor roundup

    Motorola has had a busy September with the roll out of the new Moto X and Moto G smartphones, while the Moto 360 smartwatch has also landed of course. However, the company is not slowing down with a new DROID device on the way and the collaboration with Google on the new Nexus smartphone. This device has been discussed a lot in recent times and is known as the Nexus 6 or Nexus X, depending on the source. More

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    Amazon offering $137 worth of free apps

    Amazon's ecosystem may get knocked for having a lack of apps, but the truth is the company's store has a great many of the top titles, whether that be games or apps. The online retailer has today given users a great incentive to use their app store by putting $137 worth of titles for free, and there are some good ones too. More

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    Blackberry Passport: first impressions

    We have known about the device for some time, but Blackberry has today launched the Passport smartphone, a handset that instantly goes down as one of the most unique on the market. This is the smartphone with the square screen, the one Blackberry says will cement its reputation with the enterprise market and may even spring a few surprises with general consumers. Square, unique, QWERTY keyboard, company fighting back from the brink; the Passport has it all, but is it any good? More

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    Blackberry launches the Passport

    launched the Passport smartphone, a handset that instantly goes down as one of the most unique on the market. This is the smartphone with the square screen, the one Blackberry says will cement its reputation with the enterprise market and may even spring a few surprises with general consumers. Square, unique, QWERTY keyboard, company fighting back from the brink; the Passport has it all, but is it any good? More

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    Boost and Virgin Mobile confirm the HTC Desire 510

    Sprint said last week that it would be carrying HTC's budget Desire 510 handset, but it was also revealed it would be arriving on the Boost and Virgin Mobile networks. Those two carriers have now officially confirmed the 510 in their line-up, bringing a decently spec'd and mega-affordable HTC built smartphone to their customers. More

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    Samsung rolling out the Galaxy Note 4 to 140 countries by October

    There's plenty of heat surrounding the Galaxy Note 4 at the moment. Yesterday we saw reports that Samsung was running scared of Apple and would launch the device early in its Korean homeland, and then we found that the device had in fact sold out of its pre-order run in the country. My own Samsung source said that the company's roll-out timetable for the Note 4 is continuing as scheduled and that the giant had long planned for Apple's impact. More

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    Samsung confirms Gear S for all major carriers this fall

    Samsung's smartwatch line up is getting plenty confusing. There are now six Galaxy Gear wearable products available and the company is rolling out the latest, the Gear S, during this fall. If you are not sure which smartwatch the Gear S is then let me explain that it's the one the company launched at IFA a few weeks ago, the one that allows the user to make and receive calls without a smartphone connection. More



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