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This Taiwan-exclusive HTC U Ultra sapphire version isn’t exactly new or unexpected

We’ve known about the existence of a limited HTC U Ultra edition with a sapphire screen for quite some time, so today’s launch is hardly surprising. The post This Taiwan-exclusive HTC U Ultra sapphire version isn’t exactly new or unexpected … Continue reading

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TomTom Touch Cardio fitness tracker isn’t anything special, but it’s super-duper cheap

The newly unveiled TomTom Touch Cardio activity tracker looks very similar to last fall’s version, ditching a key selling point for extra affordability. The post TomTom Touch Cardio fitness tracker isn’t anything special, but it’s super-duper cheap appeared first on … Continue reading

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Why Isn’t Call & Text Blocking A Standard Feature?

I give out my phone number freely, all over the world. I put it on my Facebook profile. I give it to people I’m only going to talk to once in my life. I throw it in my email signature, … Continue reading

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Weekend rant: International Samsung Galaxy S III isn’t “future-proof”?

You may’ve heard that U.S. version of the Samsung Galaxy S III doesn’t come with a quad-core processor but with a dual-core one (Qualcomm Snapdragon S4) and an additional gig of RAM (for a total of 2GB). According to the … Continue reading

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Larry Page: Android isn’t critical to Google

Google CEO Larry Page revealed a few choice words about Android and how much of a priority it is to the company during a trial today with Oracle over the lawsuit dating back to 2010. Page was asked about Android’s … Continue reading

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