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If you've got an HTC One M9 on Sprint, expect an update to Android 5.1 this Wednesday, July 1st! #android
Good news for HTC One M9 owners on Sprint: starting this Wednesday, July 1st, you can expect an update to Android 5.1 Lollipop.
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I had m8 front facing speakers blew out after 5 months they send me another one with the same issue now I'm on a note4 hands down best phone ever. 
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Verizon offers $10,000 reward to catch copper cable thieves
Someone (or a group of individuals) has been stealing Verizon's copper communications cables and now they're offering a $10,000 reward to catch them.
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They have a huge fiber footprint in SoCal +Brian me​ for their FiOS. LONG BEFORE +Google Fiber​ had their first customer. Some places either aren't cost effective or haven't been built out yet.

Unless you're being sarcastic. Then, ha. 
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If you're looking to get your match-3 gameplay fix, Pokemon Shuffle Mobile is coming soon to #Android (and iOS).
Today, The Pokemon Company uploaded a new trailer for Pokemon Shuffle Mobile, coming soon to both Android and iOS later this year.
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Boost Mobile has 2 new LG phones on tap if your budget is tight.
Boost Mobile has announced immediate availability of 2 of LG's latest smartphones. It's the LG Volt 2 and Tribute 2, which are 2 smartphones that don't come close to the stature of the LG G4 but will go much easier on your wallets.
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Sprint Direct 2 You heads to 4 major cities today. That's 28 in all, so far!
Sprint has expanded their delivery service to 4 new major cities today. Folks in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Denver metro areas are all getting hooked up today.
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I kinda like the idea I guess. 
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Check out these three awesome games by +Adam Nickerson. They feel like Material Design: The Game
I love simple games and I love Material Design. So when I first discovered a game called Bing Bong I was very excited. It combined simple and addictive gameplay with a Material-esque design. Then I found more.
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And Motorola is still teasing Android 5.1 Lollipop for the DROID Turbo. Yeah, we know. It's "coming soon." Let us know when it's actually ready. #android
If Motorola Mobility's recent tweet is any indication, you can expect Android 5.1 Lollipop to be hitting your Motorola DROID Turbo any minute/day/week now. Geez, they're such a tease.
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We know now that it is more "soon" now than it was the last time we thought it was soon. At least we have some official communication now and not just some blogger's speculation based on someone's Google + profile. 
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iOS users were treated to a nice Hangouts update today, bringing a revamped UI and the ability to send multiple photos at once. So, how about that #Android update?
It's probably not the Hangouts update Android users were expecting, but Hangouts 4.0 rolled out today for iOS users with a slick new UI and a few other tricks along with it.
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+Otto Werse That's surprisingly true.😕
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Here's our best look yet at this year's Moto G (3rd Gen)! #android
You know we’re getting close to the launch of the Motorola Moto G 2015 when press renders of the device are leaked online. This time we have our clearest look yet at the device before it’s officially unveiled later this year.
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Are you sure? as it looks very similar to the One Plus device you posted about just hours ago
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Google Maps can make traveling safer soon by letting you know when you're about to approach railway crossings. 
Google and the Federal Railroad Administration today announced a partnership that would help Google get information about all public and private railroad crossings in the United States.
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I've watched numerous people see a train go by, leaving no doubt the track is still in use, and stop directly on the tracks for the next red light. I'm not sure there's any warning that's enough for some people.
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Surprise: there's another couple of weeks or so to get in on T-Mobile's 4 for $100 promo.
T-Mobile has quietly extended the availability of their 4 lines for $100 promo until July 14th. The program was originally scheduled to end at the closing days of this month, but it's nice to know there's an extra 2 weeks for folks to take advantage.
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Google's use of a robot for latency testing at least confirms they're serious about addressing Chrome and Android lag issues.
This behind-the-scenes tidbit by Googler François Beaufort may not be useful for the common user to do anything practical, but it's interesting nonetheless. Google apparently uses an automated robot to test latency in Chrome OS and Android.
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Most phones as 'out-of-the-box' will preform well. Let's see them test it with apps. No point testing it without since everyone has them and they tend to always bog down preformace to a degree. Some apps are written poorly so hog memory, sit in the background all the time etc, making the phone lag
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On November 5th, 2007, rumors of the gPhone were put to rest as Google announced Android. By announcing a mobile platform instead of a manufactured handset, Google officially begun a mobile revolution.

On November 6th, 2007, Wired.com reported that “Android Already Has Phandroids“, making phandroid.com the first documented website reporting exclusively on Android news.

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