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Galaxy Note 4 to go into production anytime

Galaxy Note 4 to go into production anytime

| June 25, 2014

The Galaxy Note 4 is scheduled for a September release The Galaxy Note 4 has been getting quite the attention now, randomly popping up in benchmark results and showing off its mighty hardware and processing capabilities and now it showed up again in Korean media. According to reports in South Korea the Galaxy Note 4 […]

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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 spec sheet revealed

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 spec sheet revealed

| June 21, 2014

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 spec sheet appear in AnTuTu benchmark The Note 4, without a doubt, one of the most anticipated Android handsets this year but, till now, we haven’t heard anything about its hardware so far. Fortunately, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 spec sheet has appeard on the AnTuTu benchmark database. And, as a […]

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The Moto 360 on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon

| June 7, 2014

A demonstration of the Moto 360 on TV! Everybody knows that the Moto 360 is coming “soon”. But how soon? Well…pretty soon if you think that one tech journalist is wearing one on national TV for all to see. Joshua Topolsky, editor and chief of The Verge, is Jimmy Fallon’s tech guru. As a guest […]

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The alleged “Galaxy F”

The alleged “Galaxy F”

| June 6, 2014

A Galaxy F image roams the web showing a brushed metal finish There have been some rumors regarding a “premium” version of the Galaxy S5 that has been going on since the beginning of the year. Known as the Galaxy F or the Galaxy S5 Prime , this handset allegedly comes with a Quad HD […]

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Verizon Galaxy S5 will come with an electric blue color

Verizon Galaxy S5 will come with an electric blue color

| June 1, 2014

The Verizon Galaxy S5 render shows electric blue color If you go into any major U.S. carrier and you want to buy the new Galaxy S5 you will only have two choices of color: black and white. Now, it seems, that are options are slowly but surely expanding. On May 30th all major U.S. carriers […]

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Apple wants a retrial

Apple wants a retrial

| May 26, 2014

Apple wants a retrial over the Samsung patent case A couple of weeks ago Google and Apple made peace after a long running feud over each others patents. On the other hand Samsung and Apple won’t agree to shake hands, the American manufacturer demanding a retrial. In the previous case, Apple has accused Samsung of […]

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AT&T Galaxy S5 Active leaked

AT&T Galaxy S5 Active leaked

| May 24, 2014

The AT&T version of the Galaxy S5 Active showed up in a leaked press render When Samsung released the Galaxy S5 with its water and dust resistance features people believed that Samsung might ax its Galaxy Active series as a result. Recently, evidence has popped up on the net from leaked videos and other information […]

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Secret is now available for Android

Secret is now available for Android

| May 21, 2014

The new anonymous sharing app is available for Android! After its successful launch on Apple’s platform, where it became a hit with Silicon Valley insiders, Secret is now available for Android, waiting for you to get it from the Play Store and share your deepest, dirtiest secrets. But, aren’t those meant to be, well, secret? […]

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LG G3 looks good to go

| May 13, 2014

LG released the official teaser video for their new flagship device Just two weeks ahead of the official launch event, LG started the teasing campaign for its newest top of the line smartphone, the G3, with a video that confirms all the design elements that were leaked over the past few weeks. The video is […]

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Oracle wins lawsuit against Google

Oracle wins lawsuit against Google

| May 11, 2014

Oracle wins a copyright ruling relating to Java’s use in Android A couple of years back, in 2010 specifically, Oracle sued Google claiming that it had violated its copyright by including 37 Java APIs within Android. Even though Java was originally owned by Sun Microsystems, Oracle had previously bought the rights to the popular framework. […]

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