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Google Fit makes its way to the Play Store [APK Download]

Google did some talking about the upcoming Google Fit service during Google I/O a few months back. Google Fit is your all-inclusive fitness tracking app from Google that gives you access to your running, walking and  cycling data quickly...
Filed in: Applications, News, Software
Motorola DROID Turbo

Motorola DROID Turbo Finally Official, Available Oct. 30th starting at $199

The last few weeks have been a flurry of leaks about the Motorola DROID Turbo. We got our hands on some legitimate images of the actual device, saw the users manual, caught various renders and seemingly caught all the specs for the next...
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The DROID Turbo just got a weird celebrity endorsement from James Franco

It seems all but a sure thing that the Motorola DROID Turbo is going to be officially announced tomorrow by Verizon and/or Motorola, but that hasn’t stopped Verizon from using its @DroidLanding Twitter account, usually reserved...
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T-Mobile scored 2.3 million new customers

T-Mobile scored 2.3 million new customers in the third quarter, creams the competition again

If there was any doubt as to which American telco company has been growing the fastest in recent months, it has today been confirmed again. According to their quarterly results for the third quarter this year, T-Mobile scored 2.3 million...
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Facebook Photo Collage

Facebook Announces Improvements to Photo Posts on Mobile

Facebook is making an update at some point today that will improve how they handle multiple photo uploads to a post. In the pending update you will be able to select multiple images and rearrange their order to tell a better story on your...
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T-Mobile Wideband TLE

T-Mobile rolls out Wideband LTE Coverage to the Greater Bay Area

Living in the Greater Bay Area of California and flying high and proud flags of Magenta for T-mobile as your carrier? Well good. Then you will be happy to know that throughout Alameda, Contra-Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo,...
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LG G Watch R AT&T

LG G Watch R confirmed for AT&T retail locations

LG recently announced the global availability of the LG G watch R. That would be the other round Android wear watch. The device is slated to start hitting digital and physical shelves all over the globe in November. We know it will launch...
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HTC Sense 7 screens show what it is shaping up to look like with Lollipop

Androids latest installment of Android treat, Lillipop, is all the rage right now. With Android 5.0 it is readily apparent that manufacturers are finally being forced to up their game a little bit and bring in more of the Google design...
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Google Glass

Twitter removes itself from the MyGlass store

It would seem that Twitter has pulled the plug on their support for Google Glass. At least in the fashion that it was implemented. When Twitter launched support back in May of 2013 it came through to your Glass through a mirror API...
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Amazon Fire TV Stick

Amazon introduces new Fire TV Stick, a HDMI dongle with remote for $39

Amazon has made an announcement this morning about a new connected device for your TV, the Fire TV Stick. Just like the name sounds, it is a HDMI dongle similar to the Chromecast and Roku. The Fire TV Stick packs in some hardware with...
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unsold Amazon Fire Phones

That can’t be good: Amazon has revealed it has $83 million worth of unsold Amazon Fire Phones

When Amazon announced its long rumoured smartphone, the Fire Phone, it was met with substantial skepticism, primarily because of the operating system it runs on – while technically Android, Fire OS uses its own app store with a heavy...
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