Android Wear has shook up the wearables market, making people question the longevity of Pebble and pushing people like Samsung back to Google's own operating system, instead of using Tizen OS or any other custom smartwatch OS. Sony is maintaing their spot as an independent however, deciding ...

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Apple could be looking to potentially launching an iTunes application on rival mobile OS Android, after slumping digital music sales. The dominance of iTunes is still very real, but more people are switching to music streaming services like Spotify and Pandora. iTunes has been a prominent feature ...

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Motorola has wowed a lot of people with the Moto 360, the new circular design of the watch-face along with the Android Wear UI has surprised doubters of wearables, who see the Galaxy Gear and Pebble as more proof of concept than something worth buying. Even with ...

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The US carrier market has become a battle of the best connection, rather than a battle of the best price. Most flagship smartphones are available for $199 on a two year contract from all four providers and they rarely battle it out to lower prices. However, Sprint ...

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Google is looking to step away from the Nexus 7 in 2014, moving to a bigger and more expensive form factor. The Nexus 8.9 will reportedly be the answer to the Nexus 7 and Nexus 10, bringing performance and portability. The 8.9-inch form factor has not been ...

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Apple's iPhone has become one of the most popular cameras in the world, despite it not be a classic point and shoot, it offers a great amount of quality when taking photos and videos, along with other features of a smartphone. For photographers, this may not be ...

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The Oppo Find 7 has been officially announced at their event in Beijing, China and true to their word, they have added a 2K display onto the device, making it the highest pixel-density on any smartphone currently available. Internally, the Oppo Find 7 is a beast of ...

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The creator of Flappy Bird, Dong Nguyen, shocked millions when he said the mobile game would be pulled off the Apps Store, citing people saying the game was addictive and was not a fun experience. At the time, Dong said the game would not be coming back ever, ...

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