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Introducing the Gear S2 and Gear S2 Classic.
Samsung has two new smartwatches to share with the world today, both running on the Samsung-backed Tizen OS, not Android Wear. The Samsung Gear S2 and Gear S2 Classic are Samsung's latest attempt a...
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Our iPhone-owning friends can now give Android Wear a try.
We’ve long been enjoying Android Wear on our wrists, including Google Now alerts and voice commands, for a while now. And starting today, our iPhone-toting friends can do the same. Google today off...
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We'll gladly take improved security.
Qualcomm is known for being a huge name in mobile processors, but it's also put a lot of effort into working on mobile security. Its latest effort is Qualcomm Smart Protect, which uses cognitive co...
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LG's got a limited edition, luxury version of the LG Watch Urbane coming later this year.
LG has been a big supporter of the Android Wear platform, having released several different smartwatches to date. Now LG has introduced a new, luxury version of the LG Watch Urbane that’s the most ...
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All about that keyboard.
Blackberry's upcoming Android slider, the Blackberry Venice, has popped up once again in a new set of images from a couple of different sources. At this point, it's all but officially confirmed tha...
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Um hello 2009 called and wants you to bury that old technology
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Minor improvements, but helpful nonetheless.
Motorola is pushing out an update to both its Camera and Gallery apps today with a couple of handy new features. While Motorola does run a relatively untouched version of Android on its devices, it...
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A new Nexus 5 is coming just in time for the holidays.
While the more affordable, mid-range Android handset market is jam-packed now and getting fuller by the day, there's still one name that makes every Android fan's ears perk up: Nexus. According to ...
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+Arthur Zakaryan right cuz theseleaks are ugly
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Motorola might have a new fitness buddy for you.
Motorola's 2nd gen Moto 360 is expected to arrive soon, and while the leaks have given us a good idea of what to expect from it, we're now starting to hear about a variant. @upleaks is reporting th...
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This could be interesting.
T-Mobile has garnered a reputation for standing out from the crowd in what it's willing to do, and today it's taking another interesting step. The company is now going after what it calls "network ...
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You can't charge a "tethering fee" for people who pay for a certain amount of data...they pay for a certain amount of data, and they can use it however they want.  Unlimited falls into a different category (which I don't agree with, but we're dealing with realities here) where they cannot (anymore) throttle for data usage, only for bandwidth preservation, and they can put limits on how you use that data.  Basically, it's the difference between a subscription and a purchase.  You still pay, but one is limited in quantity but not scope, and the other is limited in scope, but not quantity.
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+Chris Lynch you oroaby a e heard this before, but you barely notice the flat tire. In my honest opinion it looks good. After an hour with the watch you'll barely notice it
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The new Tile is well worth its $25 price tag.
I like to think I'm pretty good about not losing things, but that's not always the case. My keys and phone are always the worst offenders for me, which is exactly where Tile comes in. I have spent ...
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Waste of resources!
That's one thing Trackr does better.
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You can now pre-order Huawei's addition to the Android Wear family.
The Huawei Watch is nearly here. With Huawei's first Android Wear device set to ship on September 2, Huawei thought it would give you the opportunity to pre-order yours though Amazon. While most ot...
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the main complaint about the Moto 360 was the low resolution and slow processor. The Huawei Watch's 400 x 400 px has has 404ppi while the Moto 360's was 205. 
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