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    Amazon's new Kindle Fire HDX shows up on AnTuTu

    When Amazon launched the Kindle Fire HDX last year it came as quite a surprise because it was a hugely affordable but high spec'd tablet. With a stunning screen and blazing performance, the HDX had a solid claim to being the best small tablet, even in a market that included the iPad Mini Retina, Nexus 7, et al. More

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    Burgundy Red and Moon Violet LG G3's coming in August

    When LG launched the G3 flagship back last month, the company's official press shots showed that the G3 would come adorned in five different hues. Fast forward a couple of months and the device is pretty much rolled out everywhere at the moment, but oddly it is only available in three different colors. More

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    Samsung stays top of smartphone world, but everybody else catches up

    IDC results for smartphone shipments in the second quarter of this year show that Samsung is still way out in front, but the Korean company is also the only one in the top 5 to drop sales and lose market share. More

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    Does Amazon lose money on each Fire Phone?

    Amazon's hardware has always been a conduit to get consumers to buy things from the retail business that built the company. That is why the Kindle range has always been affordable and high spec'd, simply because Amazon was willing to take a loss on each one sold to get consumers into the online store. It is a model that worked for the company's tablets and e-readers, but what about the recently launched Fire Phone smartphone? More

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    Moto X on Verizon gets Android 4.4.4

    If you own the Moto X in the US and are using the country's biggest carrier Verizon, then you should take a gander at the devices update page. That?s because Big Red has been given the Android 4.4.4 update from Motorola and just needs to approve it before rolling it out. More

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    LG G Watch has charging problems

    Android Wear won plenty of praise when it was fully launched at Google's I/O event a couple of months ago, not least because it finally gave the wearable trend a functioning and useful platform. More

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    Lenovo's new K920 flagship will arrive next week

    Lenovo is a leading light in all markets when it comes to PC and tablet, but the company only enjoys smartphone success in Asia, which is why it bought Motorola to have more presence in the US and beyond More

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    The Samsung Galaxy Alpha WILL have a 720p display

    The Samsung Galaxy Alpha (previously the F or Prime) is the smartphone that just keeps on giving as another leak has arrived today, this one a little more concrete. Just about everything there is to know about this device is already out there, so we will keep this brief. More

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    HTC One M8 to launch on Windows Phone

    If we asked you to name the best current Android flagships we imagine some familiar names would appear, among them the HTC One M8. More

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    LG's new tablet is an Intel packing Android laptop hybrid

    Here's a product from left field as LG today announced the Tab Book 11, a tablet/notebook hybrid that oddly ships with Android. More

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    Moto G 2 casing hints at svelte body

    If you have been craving some information about the upcoming Moto G sequel then you should take a look at this reported rear cover from the device. More

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    Samsung's Galaxy W arrives in China as the TabQ

    Samsung's Galaxy W is a device that has interested us since we first heard about it earlier in the year, and now it has been released in China with another name. The device is a huge 7-inch tablet/phablet with phone calling connectivity and it has shown up in the FCC hinting that Samsung will launch the slate in the US in the coming months. More

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    Report: Blackberry's woes, shares up, services and hardware failing

    The trying times over at Blackberry mean that even the smallest good news is worthy of interest, but it always comes with a proverbial pinch of salt. More

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    Unlocking your phone will be legal

    There have been some pretty monumental shifts in the law regarding unlocked phones in recent years in the US, but none as seismic as this. We have been increasingly heading to the unlocking of devices being legal, whereas now it is a grey area, and today the Cellphone Unlocking Bill has passed through the House and President Barack Obama is going to sign it off. More

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    HTC One M8 gets Android 4.4.3 in Europe

    If you are rocking the HTC One M8 and live in Europe you can now take the wrappers off Android 4.4.3 and download the software now. More