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    Xiaomi's New Mi Note could sell 15 Million Units this Year

    Xiaomi has a massive 2014 where just about everything went right for the company, over 60 million in smartphone sales proves that. However, the Chinese brand plans to go on to even bigger and better things and new devices like the Mi Note and Mi Note Pro will be at the forefront of further growth with their flagship credentials. More

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    AT&T Updates HTC One M8 to Android 4.4.4

    AT&T has a new Android update in store for its HTC One M8, but don't get too excited as it is not the Android 5.0 Lollipop update. Instead the network is getting around to issuing the Android 4.4.4 patch, the last build of KitKat. On top of the Android release, AT&T is also adding HD Voice support and updates from the Visual Voicemail and Ready2Go apps. More

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    Meizu M1 Note Mini due this Month

    Meizu's 1080p, 8 core, $160 M1 Note smartphone was announced recently and is a compelling option if you want bang for your buck. However, that handset is about to get a smaller version that will likely be called the M1 Note Mini and will be announced January 27. More

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    Why T-Mobile is still looking for a Buyer

    T-Mobile has grown hugely over the last 3 years. Since the company ushered in the Uncarrier movement under the leadership of CEO John Legere it has become successful. In that time T-Mobile has added millions of new customers, is close to taking over Sprint as the third biggest carrier in the US, and has won plaudits for the quality of its LTE services and customer care. More

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    ZTE Announces Blade V2

    ZTE has announced a new smartphone in the form of the Blade V2, the latest handset to join its Blade range of devices. While its specifications and design are unlikely to thrill many, its ultra-competitive price may. More

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    Apple to Defy Steve Jobs with Stylus Packing iPad Pro

    Former Apple Supremo Steve Jobs left a huge impact on the company and the tech world. So much so that when Apple goes against one of his ethos, the company is lambasted as if it should hang on every word Jobs said. A great example of this is the fact that Jobs was not particularly enamoured with the idea of a large screen stylus packing device, something Apple are now going to make this year. More

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    HTC Ditching UltraPixel Camera on One M9

    Bloomberg has waded in on the rumor that HTC will ditch its UltraPixel technology for the upcoming One M9 smartphone flagship. It has been oft reported that the Taiwanese giant will get rid of the 4MP rear snapper from previous One models and will replace it for a 20.7MP lens from Sony that will come with HTC's own EYE Experience software. More

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    Hugo Barra Explains Xiaomi's Business Model

    Xiaomi's ascension in the smartphone market has been meteoric, and it has shaken up Samsung in the process. Since being founded in 2010 the Chinese company has become the third biggest smartphone company in the world in terms of sales and has taken market share from main Android competitors. How has this been possible? More

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    Motorola working on LTE Moto G Titan

    Motorola's stable of smartphones is pretty damn good at the moment, from the Moto E at entry level through the Moto G, Moto X, Nexus 6, and DROID Turbo, it is one of the most robust portfolios in the industry. The company is apparently going to add to that with the Moto G Titan, a new variant of its budget king smartphone, the 2014 Moto G. More

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    Samsung's Market Share Plummets in China

    Samsung's 2014 was not what the company expected, and the problems the world?s largest smartphone maker experienced have been well documented. 2015 will need to see an improvement for the Korean giant, but the bad news from 2014 has not been left behind entirely as it was revealed by CCID Consulting that the company's market share in China fell by 31.5% through 2014. More

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    Huawei Drops Ascend Branding for Upcoming P8

    Huawei has a good year in 2014 as the company sold tens of millions of devices in the face of increased competition from the likes of Xiaomi and Oppo. The company is now changing its smartphone naming strategy to streamline it marketing, getting rid of the Ascend branding for future devices. More

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    HTC Smartwatch Arriving at MWC

    Rumors of an HTC built smartwatch has been around for some time, and the company even admitted that it shelved its wearable until the market is more mature. Recently a HTC marketing employee told me that the company will roll out its first smartwatch alongside the One M9 flagship at MWC in March. There are now more reports today that the watch will arrive at the mobile event in Barcelona in six weeks' time. More

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    HTC Android 5.0 Update Schedule Leaks

    The clock is ticking on HTC's promise to update its One M7 and One M8 flagships to Android 5.0 Lollipop, with the company promising the bump before the end of this month. We know when those devices will get the new Android build, but what about some of HTC's other smartphones? Well, according to Phone Probe, a new leak from HTCViet reveals when other HTC products will get a lick of Lollipop. More

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    Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 Will Arrive on Time

    There have been reports recently that Qualcomm's new flagship processor, the 64-bit Snapdragon 810, is facing problems. An apparent overheating issue has led to Samsung turning to its own Exynos chips for the initial run of the upcoming Galaxy S6, but some handsets like the LG G Flex 2 and Xiaomi Mi Note Pro have already been announced with the Snapdragon 810 on board. More

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    Apple Patents Joystick Home Button

    Many people say that Apple doesn't innovate anymore, it is not necessarily a theory I subscribe to, but there is no doubt that the company is not as trailblazing as it once was. However, that may be about to change if Cupertino puts a recent patent application into action. The patent filed with USPTO seems to show a way in which the iconic Home button on iPhones and iPads will be able to double as a gaming joystick. More



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