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The developer version of the #HTCOneM9 is now getting its #Android 5.1 update. Do you have a phone or tablet running Android 5.1?
Since the launch of the HTC One M7, HTC has offered developer editions of its One flagship phones that feature unlocked bootloaders, making them easy to tweak and load custom Android ROMs onto. If you splurged on a One M9 developer edition, you’ll be pleased to learn that Android 5.1 is headed your way.
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Would you buy a BlackBerry Passport running on Android?

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Rumors of BlackBerry hardware running Android software have been more aggressive lately, with some major insiders in the industry even supporting some of the rumors from time to time. Although rumors are just rumors and should always be taken with a grain of salt, it can be hard not to consider the possibilities when a rumor keeps recurring. The “BerryDroid” rumor just happens to be one of those persistent rumors.
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I'd buy it with BB10 or Android. If shitpile Verizon would carry it. Badass device. 
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A new leak claims to shed more light on the internals of the #iPhone6s, including a new NFC chip and 16GB of storage.
The past couple of weeks have been full of iPhone 6s leaks, and today we’ve got another to check out. A report from 9to5Mac, source of other recent iPhone 6s leaks, claims to have more information on some of the internals of Apple’s next smartphone. Images of what’s said to be the iPhone 6s’s logic board show that Apple may be planning to substantially reduce the number of chips that it’s using, which could increase power efficiency for the ones ...
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Lol LG G4 is horrid looking trash with a good camera. 
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The "limited edition" Cobalt Blue #BlackBerry Classic launched today, complete with a special price for buyers in the US.
Back at MWC 2015 in February, BlackBerry teased that it would release three new colors of its Classic smartphone. Now the second of the those three models is available. The Cobalt Blue version of the BlackBerry Classic is now being sold in the US, UK, Canada, and the Netherlands. BlackBerry plans to launch the device in more countries, including Hong Kong and Italy, in the coming weeks.
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UPDATE: And now an image of a #BlackBerry — it looks like a Passport — running #Android has leaked out.

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This looks like a game changer. Can't wait! Heard it's possible they could use this as the android model. 
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There has been a mixed bag of opinions on Apple's recent foray into the streaming music industry with the introduction of Apple Music, and Anna shares her first impressions after a couple of days' use with the application. What have your thoughts been on Apple Music so far, readers? What do you like and what would you change?

http://www.phonedog.com/2015/07/02/first-impressions-apple-music
If you own an iPhone, chances are that you’ve already updated your phone to iOS version 8.4 a couple of days ago. While this update brought with it a few tweaks, the most noticeable difference that the update brought was the addition of Apple Music, Apple’s foray into the wonderful world of streaming music.
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Yeah I love Apple Music. 
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A new version of #GoogleGlass may have been spied going through the FCC. What do you hope to see from the next version of Glass?

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We’re expecting a new version of Google Glass to come along at some point, and it looks like that device may have just appeared in the FCC. A Google product with the FCC ID A4R-GG1 was recently spotted in the Federal Communications Commission database, complete with support for 802.11a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi in both 2.4GHz and 5GHz flavors, as well as Bluetooth LE, and a rechargeable battery. The device also supports a USB cable that can be connected to ...
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+Edward Schultz that is a picture of the first one - the article is about the FCC filing for a new device, thought to be the next generation.  
+PhoneDog the price to change would probably be a good start for the want list of the next gen.
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#Oppo's Mirror 5s runs #Android 5.1 on a 5-inch display, and its rear has a crystal pattern that's a bit different from the backsides of most other phones. What do you think of the Mirror 5s's look?
Oppo today took the wraps off of its newest Android phone, the Mirror 5s. One of the highlights of the Oppo Mirror 5s is its backside, which is a mirrored, diamond-shaped pattern that reflects light at different angles. Oppo promises that the Mirror 5s’s crystallized rear is tough, though, with an internal metal frame and other parts that are strong and resist bending.
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An image of the #BlackBerry Venice #Android slider phone has leaked. What do you think of this rumored device?
One day after a rumor suggested that the BlackBerry Venice is headed to AT&T, an image of the BlackBerry-made Android slider has leaked. Evan Blass, the source of yesterday’s Venice-to-AT&T rumor, today posted an image of the BlackBerry Venice running Android Lollipop. The phone’s screen has curved edges on its sides, a microUSB port and headphone jack on its bottom, and some dots beneath the display that could be a speaker.
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I hope blackberry get their game together as I was a big fan.the Venice looks great
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The #OnePlus2 is going to be shown off during a virtual reality event on July 27, and now you can get a VR headset from #OnePlus to watch the debut yourself. The OnePlus Cardboard is free, but you'll have to pony up for shipping.

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OnePlus is going to show off the OnePlus 2 during an event on July 27, but in true OnePlus fashion, the company has decided to do its reveal a bit differently than most phone announcements. The OnePlus 2 is going to be shown off during a virtual reality event, and to be sure that everyone can take part, OnePlus is now giving away VR headsets.
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According to CEO John Legere, T-Mobile's got "something great" planned for next week. Any guesses as to what it might be?
T-Mobile CEO John Legere is a heavy social media user. Most of the time he’s on Twitter, but occasionally he’ll jump onto Periscope to share a live video of himself and his thoughts. Today he did just that, and dropped some hints about what T-Mobile’s got in the works.
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The rumored BlackBerry-made, Android-powered slider phone will reportedly land on AT&T's shelves. Are you interested in this #BlackBerry slider running #Android?
Earlier this year, AT&T launched a unique version of the BlackBerry Passport that featured rounded corners instead of the squared off corners of the international model. Now a new report says that AT&T’s got another special BlackBerry phone coming. According to Evan Blass, also known as @evleaks, the rumored Android-powered BlackBerry slider phone is heading to AT&T. Blass refers to the device as the “BlackBerry Venice,” which is likely a codenam...
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Looking forward to seeing how this turns out
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