As we move away from the Web and into the world of mobile and apps, it has almost become irrelevant as to which browser is the best, but Mozilla is still making moves to ensure Firefox remains the best in the business, even if it lags ...

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Lots of reports have said Google is looking to drop the Nexus program, in favor of a new Android Silver program that will showcase the best of Android, putting the phones front and center in stores and making sure buyers get more interested in these phones. This ...

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HTC recently released the HTC One M8, a refreshed version of their 2013 flagship smartphone; the HTC One. M8 is definitely everything the One wasn't, and the reviews about it all around the web are really good, and I think it's probably the best HTC to ...

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Samsung has announced their new cameraphone for 2014, called the Galaxy K Zoom. This is a direct successor to the Galaxy S4 Zoom, one of Samsung's many spinoff smartphones under the Galaxy S4 brand. The Galaxy K Zoom has plenty of the same ideas as the Galaxy ...

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Google has been pumping out Nexus devices for the past few years, as a show of stock Android and how to make devices at minimum cost, while still maintaining the same high-quality specifications and build quality as top-end phones. The issue for Google is making these phones ...

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The LG G2 was the South Korean company's first big step into the mobile market, showing off their design flair with back buttons, a new UI and some of the most impressive specs of 2013. If we have learned anything from LG, it is that they are ...

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Google has been working on the self-driving car project since early 2012, in an effort to expand out their business and make driverless cars a reality. Today, we got an update on how the project is coming along and the new advancements to the cars AI. For ...

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Rumors on Amazon's smartphone appear endless, whether it is the 3D camera feature or the report that Amazon will ship the phone for free with ads to all Amazon Prime members, as long as they sign a two year deal with Prime. The new report in regards ...

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