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Leaked Galaxy S6 apps show refined, subtle design language

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Thanks to an intrepid XDA Developer user, we can see (and even download) some upcoming Galaxy S6 applications. An interesting new design to be sure.
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The next laggy galaxy
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Montblanc prematurely lists leather Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge covers. The page has since been taken down.

By +Robert Triggs 
Montblanc accidentally released a page containing details of its luxury leather cases for the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge ahead of Samsung's announcement.
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look like a nice case
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LSTN Troubadour Review

+Kristofer Wouk takes a look at the LSTN Troubadour headphones. They're made from reclaimed wood and proceeds go to support the Starkey Hearing Foundation, but how do the headphones themselves hold up?

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Panasonic's Eluga U2 is a budget-friendly mid range LTE phone

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Panasonic has a brand new smartphone available in Asia (minus Japan) which has mid-range specs, Android Lollipop, and a killer price tag. Nice!
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+Jitvan Ramesh I would disagree. For advanced and business users, the note 4 is a good option.

For the average consumer, they don't want complication and want a fluid, fast UI with no complications. I would say a pure and simple stock android experience is what is best for the average consumer. On Samsung, having 4 different ways to save your contacts is just terrible for new users.
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S6 and Htc M9,maybe Huawei phones?
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LG G Pad F 7.0 coming to Sprint on March 13th, free with contract

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Sprint has just announced that the LG G Pad F 7.0 will be available on the Sprint network beginning March 13th. It will be offered up for free to any current Sprint customers willing to sign a two-year contract with the device.
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+Ian Huey xgels allows rotation of the home screen, or there are apps in playstore that will force rotation. I'm with you in not understanding why it isn't a native option 
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Data caps are back for Telus customers in as arbitrary fashion as you would expect

By +William Neilson Jr. 
Telus Mobility announced last week that internet users would soon be charged if they exceed their monthly data allowance.
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Nyrius ARIES Home+ Review: zero lag, wireless HDMI?
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Qualcomm announces LTE-Unlicensed chips to boost data speeds using the 5GHz spectrum

By +Robert Triggs 
To help address the increasing demand for mobile data, Qualcomm has announced LTE-U 5GHz small cell solutions and RF transceivers for mobile devices.
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Ooh... That's nice! Cool :)
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Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet and non-flagship Xperia phone leak in new images

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We’ve already heard rumors and seen Sony accidentally leak the Xperia Z4 Tablet but now we have a new picture of the front of the device, alongside images of a new non-flagship Xperia handset.
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I kinda wish it was 4:3, after using the Nexus 9 I couldn't go back to 16:10.
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Leaked Sprint promo gives us another look at the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge

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This week we’ve seen a number of GS6 leaks that indicate what the Next Big Thing will look like, but if you are still craving more, here’s a new promo image from Sprint that managed to leak its way to the web.
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Hell yeah! Can't wait for that Edge!!! The #KingofAndroid has another winner this year! 
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Android customization - one click to a stunning time lapse video using Framelapse:

There are a lot of camera and video capture apps for Android, but Framelapse is the easiest to use time lapse video capture app I have used. What is your best time lapse video capture app?

By +Jonathan Feist 
As far as taking time lapse video on your Android device goes, this week's Android customization post covering the app Framelapse is about as good as it gets.
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Hey +Mark Stronge, I had used Lapse It on road trip last fall, but every one of the files corrupted when I tried to take them off the phone. Too bad, I would have shared a driving tour of the Googleplex today if Lapse It had worked. 
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