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Android 7.0 is officially locked and loaded for NVIDIA's two aging gaming tabs:
NVIDIA remains committed to supporting both the original Shield Tablet and revamped Tablet K1 as far as software goes, with Nougat on the way.
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LG wants us to come and play with fireworks at MWC. (Not safe, but we'll bite)
We believe at least two smartwatches are on the show schedule along with one flagship smartphone release that's been teased to be "ideal".
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The President-Elect thinks that the CEO of Apple will "do the right thing."
The President-Elect is looking forward to Apple doing "something major" under his administration, thanks to his business policies.
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+Gene Chiu More likely no unless they will start selling their products whit profit lost like many chinese manufacturers such as Xiaomi as for example.
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Like Christmas in late January, only with, um, more snow:
For a very limited time, Best Buy shaves a whopping $300 off the list price of a Core m3 Microsoft Surface Pro 4 bundled with a keyboard.
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HTC has long been a favorite among tech media, but so far it has yet to take advantage. by Adam Doud
HTC has long been the favored son of tech media. It has so far failed to capitalize on that popularity, even with great hardware. Will HTC U phones save it?
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HTC has long been the favored son of tech media. It has so far failed to capitalize on that popularity, even with great hardware. Will HTC U phones save it?

http://pocketnow.com/2017/01/18/htc-our-darling
HTC has long been the favored son of tech media. It has so far failed to capitalize on that popularity, even with great hardware. Will HTC U phones save it?
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their biggest issue relies in a lack of proper marketing, and a tendency to favor some markets over others. HTC tends to have the best build quality of flagships but for some reason they just can't properly carry a good marketing strategy there is little to no Brand loyalty in the end that is what makes or kills a brand, being able to identify with their products.

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If you go Droid, go Verizon: three Moto models are on deep discounts.
Verizon is selling the two phones and the Moto Z Play Droid at deep discounts through February 20, so there's plenty of time to mull this through.
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+Charles Ebner It really isn't that bad without a headphone jack.
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Android compatibility is important to Google and you now have a new way to see if your device is proper Android.
You'll have to go into the Play Store, peep into the settings and then scroll to the bottom to see if your device is certified. Why is it so important?
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No Zen, no chill for the Philippines as the Android Nougat update gets held up for the ZenFone 3.
The Philippines are waiting again for Android 7.0 to get to the ASUS ZenFone 3. And with the Philippines, so would go the world.
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GSM carrier-subscribing Moto Z users need to wait a little longer for their 7.0 goodies. Emphasis on "little":
Motorola still won't commit to a precise Android Nougat release timeline for the US unlocked Moto Z, but it's not going to be long now.
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Will this apply for unlocked z play models as well?
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Out with the old, in with the new... save for Events, which are both old and new, but here to stay:
Google+ just won't go away... completely, getting several new features (including an old one back) while dropping its "old" look altogether.
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I don't think Google ever came to appreciate that it's about the content... if users can share and consume the content they want in a platform that is easy to use and lacks encumbrance (superfluous advertising and trolling), people will come to use it. When G+ started, there was a lot of good content... professional photographers sharing about their craft and accomplishments... artists, writers and producers sharing about their projects and adventures... subject matter experts sharing about how stuff gets done.

Some of that is still there through collections and communities... but, stripping photos and hangouts, it's not nearly as easy to see or be seen and some of those folks that drove such rich content have disappeared.

While I don't think it ever was a "ghost town" as some tried to claim, I could see it becoming one... they just never figured out how to exploit that content to deliver value added advertising to create revenue... and now that content... and the dialog that accompanied it... is disappearing... it a damned shame!
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We have a date, a time, a place, and a pair of prime suspects for Sony’s MWC 2017 event:
As expected, Sony is officially headed for Barcelona to showcase a couple of new Xperia phones at MWC 2017 on February 27.
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