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    Here are some iPhone 7 rumours (Yes, we know)

    If we turn red with embarrassment then that's because we know how absurd this is, but it's mobile news and that's what we do. So, the iPhone 6 has just but been released, which in the world of Apple means that there is no bedding down period as we are already looking forward to the next model, the iPhone 7. More

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    Verizon Bumps Early Termination Fee by $70

    If you tie yourself down to Verizon you will need to make sure you want to see out the term of your contract, because if you don't the cost it quite steep. The largest carrier in the United States has updated its terms and conditions with new prices for early termination. More

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    T-Mobile brings Android 4.4.4 to Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014

    While many devices are awaiting the roll out of Android 5.0 Lollipop, others are still playing catch up and are getting their KitKat patches out of the way. For example, T-Mobile has announced that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition is now receiving Android 4.4.4, the last build of Google's KitKat phase. More

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    Blackberry Classic on Rogers, rolls out December 17th

    Blackberry's new smartphone is close to arriving and has made an appearance with Canadian carrier Rogers, available now on pre-order. The Blackberry Classic is a homage to Blackberry's successful years in the smartphone business with devices like the Bold and Curve. The device comes with a classic physical QWERTY keyboard and an optical trackpad, some old school stuff. More

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    Samsung Galaxy A5 nearing roll out, but won't come cheap

    Samsung raised the curtain on the Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A3 at the end of last month and ushered in a new range of devices with premium build quality (read metal). The company said at the time that the handsets would roll out sometime in November and it seems one of them is now available. The Galaxy A5 has made an appearance on Samsung's Chinese website, although the Galaxy A3 is still absent and now set date for either device has been issued. More

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    Jony Ive says Apple Watch is Flexible Idea and Slams Copy Devices

    How many tech designers do you know? Do you know who designed the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 for example, or even who had the influence for HTC to come up with the beauty that is the One M7/M8. These guys and gals may well create the mobile tech that you desire, but they are largely anonymous (isn't that how it should be?), but with Apple things are different. More

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    Huge NVIDIA Shield Tablet update brings Lollipop and GRID

    The guys over at NVIDIA had got to work fast on the Android 5.0 Lollipop and said last week that the new software was easily portable to the Shield Tablet and that it would be ready for this month. The chip maker has now confirmed that the device will be getting the new build of Google's mobile platform on November 18th, making it the first third party device not tied to Google to get the bump. More

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    Nexus 4 Android 5.0 Lollipop update ready

    The Nexus 4 is now pushing two years old, but it still remains a solid enough handset and of course is a stock Android device so is ideal for the purists out there. Google is still showing its aging smartphone some love and confirmed when launching Android 5.0 Lollipop a couple of weeks ago that the Nexus 4 would get the upgrade. More

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    AT&T updates Galaxy S4 and LG G3

    AT&T is rolling out an update for a couple of its handsets today, namely the Samsung Galaxy S4 and the LG G3. Of course, the S4 is Sammy's 2013 flagship, while the G3 is LG's latest core high ender, so you may expect this update involves a certain Android 5.0 Lollipop, especially as LG said the G3 would get the software this month. However, hold your excitement because this fresh Ma Bell update is not carrying Google's latest and greatest platform build. More

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    Nokia will not make smartphones anymore

    Today could spell truly an end of an era, not just in mobile but in the tech world as a whole. It seems that Finnish company Nokia will not be making mobile phones again, despite being able to in 2016. Nokia's new CEO Rajeev Suri said "We are not looking to a direct consumer return to handsets per se," during a talk today. However, should we really be saying goodbye to the Nokia brand? More

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    Galaxy Note Edge Review Roundup

    Galaxy Note Edge is now rolling out in the United States and Samsung has also made the handset available for pre-order in the UK, with the rest of Europe to follow through November. The device is also in the hands of reviewers and as you can see by this quick cross section, the Note Edge seems to be a solid smartphone, but most reviews think it is a definite first attempt, while there is no getting away from the expense of buying the Note Edge. More

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    KGI predicts declining iPad sales early 2015

    KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has predicted a big drop off in iPad sales from the upcoming fourth quarter of this year to the first quarter of 2015. Of course, the fourth quarter of this year is the busy Holiday Season where iPad sales will soar, so with that in mind the first quarter is always comparatively slow. Nevertheless, Kuo is saying Apple's iPad sales will drop over 50% quarter to quarter. More

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    LG G3 gets new Blue Steel color option

    LG has done that classic thing smartphone companies do to prolong their device by giving it a fresh splash of color a few months after its initial launch. In this case it is the G3 getting the new hue with the Korean company confirming a new colorway for its well liked flagship powerhouse. More

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    Samsung Galaxy Note Edge heads to the UK, and rolls out in US

    Samsung's Galaxy Note Edge made many people sit up and take notice when it was launched at IFA two months ago. Here was a company blasted regularly for not innovating... innovating, and plenty have been waiting to get their hands on the Note Edge since. Well, the day is at hand as the device landing in the United States on Friday after being available for pre-order recently. On top of that consumers in the UK are also getting the chance to grab the Edge as pre-orders open in the country. More

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    Android has not been affected by iPhone 6 release

    For Android fanatics there is an easy stick to beat their Apple enemies with, the fact that Google's platform trumps iOS in terms of market share, comfortably so. However, iPhone lovers probably thought that the arrival of the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus would address that balance. According to Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) that is not actually the case as the new iPhones are not taking market share or indeed customers from Android. More