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T-Mobile customers taking a vacation to Europe or South America later this year will get unlimited high-speed data while they're there.

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The holiday season is coming up fast, and T-Mobile is giving its customers the gift of unlimited high-speed data overseas. Beginning this Saturday, October 1, T-Mobile customers will enjoy unlimited high-speed data in many European and South American countries. This bottomless high-speed data offer will be good through December 31, 2016. The full list of countries included looks like this: Europe
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The LG V20 is a smartphone designed for diehard Android users. Not only does it feature a microSD card slot for expandable storage, it's got a removable battery and Android 7.0 Nougat. How do you think the LG V20 stacks up to the competition?

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The LG V20 is a smartphone designed for diehard Android users. Not only does it feature a microSD card slot for expandable storage, but it features a removable battery and the latest version of Android 7.0 Nougat. Some other features include a 5.7" QHD LCD display along with a secondary 2.1" display with a 1040 x 160 resolution, Snapdragon 820 processor with 4GB RAM, rear-facing 16MP main camera and 8MP wide-angle camera sensor, 5MP front-facing ...
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The V10 has horrible battery life, how does this one compare?
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Do you think that Snapchat's Spectacles will end up being more successful than Google Glass?

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Spreading through the media like wildfire, news of Snapchat’s latest invention, “Spectacles”, has sparked an incredible amount of interest. “Spectacles” are pair of glasses that can record 10 seconds of video on its 115-degree angle lens, which can then be directly uploaded to your Snapchat Memories via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi when you’re near your phone.
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Yes it will because it actually looks like sunglasses and people will want to wear them
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Alcatel's Pixi 4 Plus Power has a 5,000mAh that's quoted to last 2.7 days on a single charge and can be used to charge other devices if you need it to.

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If battery life is your top concern when shopping for a new smartphone, you may want to turn your attention to the Alcatel Pixi 4 Plus Power. Alcatel’s Pixi 4 Plus Power features a whopping 5,000mAh battery. According to Alcatel, this enables the Pixi 4 Plus Power to go 2.7 days without a charge.
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Meet Xiaomi's new Android flagships, the Mi 5s and Mi 5s Plus. If you could buy either device, which one would you choose?

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We’re in the midst of smartphone flagship season, and today it’s Xiaomi’s turn to show off its new wares. The Xiaomi Mi 5s and Mi 5s Plus are now official. The Mi 5s features a 5.15-inch 1920x1080 display and a 12-megapixel rear camera with a Sony IMX 378 sensor. This camera offers phase detection autofocus, an f/2.0 aperture, and an 80-degree wide-angle lens.
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Another day, another Pixel leak. A new image of Google's Pixel phone has surfaced, giving us another look at the front of the device.

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Can’t get enough Google leaks ahead of the company’s October 4 event? No? Good, because another one has surfaced.
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The forehead and chin is to big
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After losing more than $300 million in its most recent quarter, BlackBerry has announced that it's done making its own hardware and that it'll outsource development to its partners. Have you ever owned a BlackBerry?

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It’s the end of an era today, as BlackBerry has announced that it will stop developing smartphone hardware. BlackBerry CEO John Chen today confirmed that BlackBerry will stop all internal hardware development and instead outsource that work to its partners. “This allows us to reduce capital requirements and enhance return on invested capital,” Chen explained.
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I had the Blackberry Storm - One of the first touch screen phones of the era. BB was once great but their time has passed. Android reigns.
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LG V20 Unboxing and First Impressions
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Moto says that Android 7.0 updates for the Moto Z and Moto G4 are near. Have you tried the Moto Z or Moto G4 yet?

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Motorola has released a handful of new phones in recent months, like the Moto Z and Moto G4, and the good news for anyone that’s picked one up is that those devices will soon be updated to Android 7.0.
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Can't wait I'm enjoying my Z
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Google is adding a few new features to Chrome for Android, like Data Saver for video and new download features.

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Use Google Chrome to browse the web on your phone? If so, some new features are coming your way. Google has announced a few new features for Chrome on Android. First up, Data Saver is being improved. The feature currently helps to save data by compressing images and text that you load, and now it’ll work on videos, too. Google says that Data Saver will help you save up to 67 percent of your data when watching MP4 videos in Chrome.
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The YouTube Go app offers features like video previews and quality options to help you manage your data usage.

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YouTube today introduced a new app aimed at helping consumers with slower network connections enjoy Youtube’s videos. YouTube Go is now official, and it’s got four big features to help it stand out. The first are video previews, which will show several thumbnails from a video so that you can decide if you want to watch the whole thing before actually playing or saving it.
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+sean watkins Do no evil?
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Samsung Pay today gained support for another big issuer by adding Capital One to its roster. Have you tried Samsung Pay yet?

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Samsung today added support for another major card issuer in the US to Samsung Pay. Capital One cards now work with Samsung Pay in the US. Samsung’s website calls out the specific Capital One cards that now work with its mobile payment service:
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Yeah, I use it all the time. Added my Capital One cards today. 
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PhoneDog Media is a highly interactive mobile news and reviews resource that attracts a community of more than 2.5 million unique visitors each month. The site may have a ‘cute’ name, but it offers up serious editorial content and video reviews that users rely on to make important decisions about their next mobile purchases.

PhoneDog reviews the latest products and services across all carriers and platforms, giving users the resources needed to research, compare prices, and shop from those providers that fit their needs. Site editors are highly engaged, frequently replying to comments and forum threads and elevating the conversation to the next level.

PhoneDog’s content is unique in that it really speaks to the average mobile consumer in a way that they can understand with clear, concise articles, reviews, tricks and shortcuts that anyone can grasp. It explores how each phone model interrelates with different lifestyles, illustrating how one phone might be better for stock traders versus soccer moms or small business owners versus commuters.  Each month PhoneDog videos reach an average audience of over 3 million viewers.

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