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Specifications Emerge of the Second HTC-built Nexus “Marlin”
The HTC “Marlin” Nexus will be accompanying the HTC “Sailfish” Nexus for being this years Nexus devices, and specs of Marlin have now emerged. The Marlin will be sporting a 5.5″ QHD AMOLED display, 4GB RAM, 32GB and 128GB storage variants, rear fingerprint scanner, 3450 mAh battery and more. AndroidPolice notes that both the Sailfish
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SwiftShader is Now Fully Open Source - Google has been using SwiftShader in Chrome since 2009, and they’re also using it in Android development tools as well as cloud services. This technology allows for 3D rendering on systems that can’t fully support hardware-accelerated rendering. This technology is now fully open source and those who are interested can access the git repo here.
Google has been using SwiftShader in Chrome since 2009, and they’re also using it in Android development tools as well as cloud services. This technology allows for 3D rendering on systems that can’t fully support hardware-accelerated rendering. This technology is now fully open source and those who are interested can access the git repo here.
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Xiaomi Mi Max Launched in India for Rs. 14,999 ($222) / Rs. 19,999 ($296)
In an event in New Delhi, Xiaomi has launched the Mi Max in India. The phone comes in two RAM+storage variants, with the 3GB RAM + 32GB storage variant with Snapdragon 650 SoC costing Rs. 14,999 ($222) and the 4GB RAM + 128GB storage and Snapdragon 652 SoC comes in at Rs. 19,999 ($296), and
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Higher variant will never see the light in India
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Sony Xperia Home Open Beta Adds Google Now Integration - The Open Beta for Sony’s Xperia Home launcher has now added in Google Now integration and support in its latest update. This makes Sony the first OEM to incorporate Google Now in its custom launcher. Google Now can be enabled from the Home settings, and can be accessed by swiping left-to-right on the home screen.
The Open Beta for Sony’s Xperia Home launcher has now added in Google Now integration and support in its latest update. This makes Sony the first OEM to incorporate Google Now in its custom launcher. Google Now can be enabled from the Home settings, and can be accessed by swiping left-to-right on the home screen.
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Amazon Discounts the Moto G4 for Amazon Prime Members… by Including Bloatware and Ads
If you are an Amazon Prime consumer in the USA, you can grab an unlocked Moto G4 for just $135! But, there's a catch! Read on to know more about the offer!
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Bloatware, ads, one speaker instead of two... what more could a masochist want in a so-called upgraded model of phone?
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Humble PC & Android Bundle 14 Announced - Humble Bundle’s 14th PC & Android bundle comes with a number of good games this month. Pay anything you want, and you will get 100000000, Badland and SPACECOM. Pay $3 or more, and you get Please Don’t Touch Anything, Spider: Rite of the Shrouded Moon and You Must Build A Boat. Lastly, pay $3 more than the average and you get Desktop Dungeons and Knights of Pen & Paper 2.
Humble Bundle’s 14th PC & Android bundle comes with a number of good games this month. Pay anything you want, and you will get 100000000, Badland and SPACECOM. Pay $3 or more, and you get Please Don’t Touch Anything, Spider: Rite of the Shrouded Moon and You Must Build A Boat. Lastly, pay $3 more than the average and you get Desktop
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Carrier Unlocked SD820 Galaxy S7 / Edge Available in USA… Bootloader Likely Still Unpenetrable
You can now get the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge without being tied to carrier services and bloat!
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Design Sketches of the Rejected OnePlus Smartwatch - Before the official release of the OnePlus 3, we learned that the company was also discussing the idea of releasing a smartwatch as well. They ended up tossing out the idea so they could focus 100% on the upcoming flagship, but this week we got a look at some unique designs OnePlus was thinking about using.
Before the official release of the OnePlus 3, we learned that the company was also discussing the idea of releasing a smartwatch as well. They ended up tossing out the idea so they could focus 100% on the upcoming flagship, but this week we got a look at some unique designs OnePlus was thinking about
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I remember having a pop swatch or what it was called, same design, same idea. That was in the early nineties if not eighties. But hey, designer though, maybe they forgot about it : )
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ZTE Employee Hints at Unlocked Bootloader on Axon 7 - One important aspect of how many users decide to buy a phone is whether or not they can root it or flash ROMs. Many users, myself included, hold the ability to root in high regards, and almost find no interest in phones if they are not able to be rooted.  A recent phone making buzz is the ZTE Axon 7. The Axon 7 has turned many heads given its beefy specs and attractive price. As some users on ZTE’s official forums have pointed out, they ...
A ZTE employee commented on a forum discussion and hinted that the ZTE Axon 7 will feature an unlockable bootloader. Read more here!
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Is it expensive.
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Google is Testing Internet Speed Test Directly from Search - Google, in collaboration with Measurement Labs, is testing out a feature that will allow users to test their internet speed and latency directly from search. The search query needed is “check internet speed”, but the feature is not rolled out for all users. Microsoft’s Bing has a similar feature in place already.
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OnePlus Warn About Price Increases, Says Brexit is to Blame - Britain’s decision to leave the EU made headlines the world over recently as the referendum’s leave campaign won by a narrow margin. One expected result was a temporary drop in the Great British Pound and drop it did, today it has started what appears to be a slow and steady increase once again but for OnePlus the damage may have already been done. Taking to their forums earlier today, OnePlus has warned that due to the uncertain...
Taking to their forums earlier today, OnePlus has warned that due to the uncertain nature of the GBP that prices may be increased to ensure they maintain their margins. Recommending that people considering purchasing a device did so sooner rather than later as they will only be providing “several days” notice in the event that the
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+Nova Kat funny since im not even a fanboy but ok. why should i care about what some random guy on the internet says. 
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Moto G4 & Moto G4 Plus is Available for Pre-Order in the US - If you live in the United States and have been waiting for the Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus to arrive, then we’ve got some great news for you. Both devices can be pre-ordered directly from Motorola as well as select retailers like Amazon, Best Buy and B&H Photo. Prices start at just $200, and will start shipping on July 12th.
If you live in the United States and have been waiting for the Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus to arrive, then we’ve got some great news for you. Both devices can be pre-ordered directly from Motorola as well as select retailers like Amazon, Best Buy and B&H Photo. Prices start at just $200, and
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