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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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Those icons are gross.
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Do you think that Apple's iPhone could use some new colors added to its lineup?

http://www.phonedog.com/2016/09/26/i-would-love-see-more-colors-iphone
I love this industry sometimes, because it’s never too early to start talking about next year’s prospective devices. Sometimes we even make predictions before this year’s device comes out, which is either incredibly annoying or a fun guessing game depending on how you look at it. One recent example that comes to mind regarding premature predictions is the Apple iPhone, which… is pretty much always being speculated about in one way or another.
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The Life One X2 is BLU's latest budget-friendly smartphone. It features a 5.2" 1920x1080 display, Snapdragon 430 processor, up to 4GB RAM and 64GB storage, 16MP camera and Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Is the Life One X2 the sub-$200 smartphone you've been waiting for?

http://www.phonedog.com/videos/blu-life-one-x2-unboxing-and-first-look
The Life One X2 is BLU's latest budget-friendly smartphone. It features a 5.2" full HD 1080p display, Snapdragon 430 processor with either 2GB RAM and 16GB storage or 4GB RAM and 64GB storage, fingerprint scanner, 16MP main camera and 8MP selfie camera, Corning Gorilla Glass 3 and Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The Life One X2 soars in the performance department. For $200 off-contract, it's rare you find a smartphone with 4GB of RAM. How do you like th...
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BLU Life One X2 Unboxing and First Look
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Google is reportedly working on a Pixel 3 laptop that has a 12.3-inch display and runs an Andromeda OS that's a combination of Android and Chrome OS. Does this device interest you?

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Google is reportedly prepping several new products for an October 4 debut, but the company could have something even bigger planned for 2017.
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Basically these are android tablets with a keyboard. I don't need to pay Pixel prices for that
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An app that appears to me aimed towards kids who are interested in coding, Apple's Swift Playgrounds actually provides an insightful experience to newbie coders of all ages. Have you tried out Swift Playgrounds yet?

http://www.phonedog.com/2016/09/25/swift-playgrounds-not-just-kids
When Apple announced Swift Playgrounds during WWDC earlier this year, I was thrilled. As a mom of two kids – one who is already interested in technology and how it works – a program designed specifically to teach the fundamentals of Apple’s new coding language (Swift was unveiled in 2014, set to replace Apple’s more complicated Objective-C language) to the next generation of coders sounded like an excellent idea.
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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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Roku today introduced a handful of new streaming boxes, including the Express that starts at just $29.99. Have you ever used a Roku?

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Roku is one of the biggest names in the set-top box market, and today the company took the wraps off of a few new additions to its lineup. Roku today announced the Roku Express, Roku Premiere, Roku Premiere+, and Roku Ultra. All models are available for pre-order starting today, September 26, at Roku.com, Walmart, Best Buy, Amazon, and other retailers. Devices are expected to be in stores starting October 9.
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The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus have been available for a bit now, with plenty of owners adopting one of the devices as a daily driver. If you own one, what would you change about the iPhone 7 after having used it for awhile?
On September 9, pre-orders for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus went live. A week later, on September 16, both devices officially went on sale. As was par for the course with these high-profile iPhone launches, stock wasn’t as plentiful as some people might have liked, and even those who stood in line weren’t able to get the phone they wanted.
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Make it easier to drill a Damn hole for headphones..They make it look easy! 
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The Google leaks just keep on coming! The latest leak shows us the 4K-capable Chromecast Ultra, which is expected to debut on October 4.

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Days after pricing info for Google’s upcoming Chromecast Ultra leaked, images of the device itself have surfaced.
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Sony may begin its Android 7.0 rollout next month. Are you using Nougat yet?

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Sony doesn’t currently have any phones running Android 7.0 Nougat, but according to a new leak, that could change soon. According to a slide from a Sony Slovakia presentation, the Xperia X Performance and Xperia XZ will be the first Sony phones to be updated to Nougat. The slide, obtained by Xperia Blog, claims that the updates for both phones will begin rolling out “around October.”
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Xiaomi hasn't announced the Mi Box's launch or price yet, but the Android TV device has showed up in at least one Walmart store. Would you buy the Mi Box for $69?

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Xiaomi has remained pretty quiet about its Android TV-powered Mi Box since the device was announced back in May, but it looks like the set-top box will be available soon.
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first they need to help users fix their brick mitv mini.

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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.

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