Adam S Levin
Adam S Levin commented on the article "OnePlus One officially revealed, pricing starts at $299"
LTE band 4 is what T-mobile USA uses. This phone has it.

Rene Rivas
Rene Rivas voted for the HTC One (M8) in PhoneDog's Smartphone rankings

Josh H
Josh H voted for the Samsung Galaxy S5 in PhoneDog's Smartphone rankings

Steve Buechler
Steve Buechler reviewed the Virgin Mobile with an overal rating of 1.67 out of 5

Steve Buechler
Steve Buechler commented on the article "Republic Wireless: Moto X update to Android 4.4.2 now going out in batches"
Here is a discount coupon link for Republic Wireless (Sprint) that will give you a $20 referral credit at checkout: http://rwshar.es/OFc8 You need to go to Republic Wireless using this link in order to get the $20 credit. If you are buying multiple phones and want the credit for each, you need to create a new account for each using unique email addresses. Note that if you do a lot of browsing, searching, and research on the website it may mess up the recognition of this referral link, so do your research first at http://RepublicWireless.com/plans, then use the referral link when you are ready to buy. Remember, the $20 credit will appear at checkout. Enjoy.

Gary Irving
Gary Irving voted for the HTC One (M8) in PhoneDog's Smartphone rankings

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Josh Hertel
Josh Hertel commented on the article "LG G2 KitKat update details posted by Verizon [UPDATED]"
anyone having issues with visual voicemail after upgrade? phone will ring but then give a busy signal instead of going to voicemail...??

Josh Hertel
Josh Hertel commented on the article "LG G2 KitKat update details posted by Verizon [UPDATED]"
anyone having issues with visual voicemail after upgrade? phone will ring but then give a busy signal instead of going to voicemail...??

Jonathon Nguyen

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Bill Hoover
Bill Hoover voted for the LG Nexus 5 in PhoneDog's Smartphone rankings

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Faizan Bhatti
Faizan Bhatti voted for the HTC One in PhoneDog's Smartphone rankings

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Brian Dong Min Kim
Brian Dong Min Kim commented on the article "OnePlus One officially revealed, pricing starts at $299"
Goodbye Nexus! Hello 1+1!

Gordon Phillips
Gordon Phillips voted for the HTC One (M8) in PhoneDog's Smartphone rankings

David Abrantes
David Abrantes commented on the article "OnePlus One officially revealed, pricing starts at $299"
or would it work on tmobile?

Ambrose Begay
Ambrose Begay commented on the article "OnePlus One officially revealed, pricing starts at $299"
You have to settle.

Ambrose Begay
Ambrose Begay commented on the article "OnePlus One officially revealed, pricing starts at $299"
You have to settle.

Zack Gibbs
Zack Gibbs commented on the article "OnePlus One officially revealed, pricing starts at $299"
Verizon? *shrugs* *clicks away*

Adam O'Reilly
Adam O'Reilly voted for the LG G2 in PhoneDog's Smartphone rankings

RK Soni
RK Soni commented on the article "T-Mobile is right - screw data overages!"
Overages of two major carriers are very high, If all carriers agrees to T-Mo's appeal, AT&T customer will be more beneficial........................... www.telecomvibe.com

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HTC One (M8) vs iPhone 5s
The new HTC One (M8) has proven itself to be one great device. It’s HTC’s latest flagship and is packed with the latest technology, including a 2.3GHz quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor, 2GB of RAM and a new Duo Camera setup that allows you to...

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Adam Welsch
Adam Welsch commented on the article "I don't think I'll ever understand the point of non-removable batteries"
The reason why it's non-removable is that HTC can charge you 90 dollars to ship your phone to get a new battery if it was removable a battery would cost you 20 bucks, so it's a money making tree, I want the new Samsung because it has the removable battery, this way I can buy 2 batteries, not gonna be the nerd in starbucks looking for the outlet or going to a Pennywise concert and can't record because the battery died. This way I can bring 2 batteries with me and switch it out. I use to love the HTC but since it is not removable I am leaving them

Midhun Paul
Midhun Paul voted for the HTC One (M8) in PhoneDog's Smartphone rankings

Jeff Mark
Jeff Mark commented on the article "HTC posts EVO 4G LTE Android 4.3 update file, sheds light on KitKat timing for AT&T and T-Mobile Ones"
link no longer available anyone have the file?

Colton Williams
Colton Williams voted for the HTC One (M8) in PhoneDog's Smartphone rankings

Trevor Chris Hutchinson
Trevor Chris Hutchinson voted for the Moto X in PhoneDog's Smartphone rankings

Brent Renius
Brent Renius commented on the article "AT&T Q1 2014 results include more than 1 million new subs, nearly 6 million smartphones sold"
Anyone with brains knows that Verizon is the way to go if you have the money, or T-Mobile is best if you care about saving your money. AT&T is Verizon with crappy coverage and Sprint is T-Mobile with terrible speeds. I don't understand why so many people love AT&T, it's poor coverage, expensive, slow, and horrible customer service.

Brent Renius
Brent Renius commented on the article "AT&T Q1 2014 results include more than 1 million new subs, nearly 6 million smartphones sold"
Anyone with brains knows that Verizon is the way to go if you have the money, or T-Mobile is best if you care about saving your money. AT&T is Verizon with crappy coverage and Sprint is T-Mobile with terrible speeds. I don't understand why so many people love AT&T, it's poor coverage, expensive, slow, and horrible customer service.

Vedachary Acharya
Vedachary Acharya commented on the article "Republic Wireless: Moto X update to Android 4.4.2 now going out in batches"
If anybody wants a $20 credit on their bill use this link to signup : http://rwshar.es/OpJ-

Vedachary Acharya
Vedachary Acharya commented on the article "Republic Wireless: Moto X update to Android 4.4.2 now going out in batches"
If anybody wants a $20 credit on their bill use this link to signup : http://rwshar.es/OpJ-

Alex Stults
Alex Stults commented on the article "Flippypad: An Xperia Play-like concept for Project Ara"
I like the idea if having the back of the controller or keyboard be an extended battery

James D Miles Jr.

Stephan Hall
Stephan Hall voted for the LG Nexus 5 in PhoneDog's Smartphone rankings

Nicholas Olmoz
Nicholas Olmoz commented on the article "I want the gold devices to go away now"
Woof. You're better than this, Evan.

Darlene Carolyn Oetgen
Darlene Carolyn Oetgen reviewed the AT&T with an overal rating of 1.00 out of 5

Cory Weston
Cory Weston voted for the HTC One (M8) in PhoneDog's Smartphone rankings

Quinton Martin
Quinton Martin commented on the article "Samsung's rumored release of their Project KQ shouldn't surprise you"
i would be pissed if i just bought an s5 and the new premium version comes out rather soon. reguardless the 2k display is great and all but it would only be worth it with a 805 chip.

Quinton Martin
Quinton Martin commented on the article "Put the power button on the side of our smartphones"
did you not use knock on to turn the device on? i rarely use the power button these days and it took awhile to actually use the power button. i didnt see a need for it unless i had water or something on the screen. double tap and the screen turns off. once you get used to it the idea is brilliant. where the power button is however makes it a little hard to take screenshots. but otherwise the rear buttons are great

Naman Komre
Naman Komre voted for the HTC One (M8) in PhoneDog's Smartphone rankings

ctlloyd
ctlloyd voted for the Nokia Lumia 1520 in PhoneDog's Smartphone rankings

Steve Park
Steve Park voted for the HTC One (M8) in PhoneDog's Smartphone rankings

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Jay Cee
Jay Cee commented on the article "Samsung's rumored release of their Project KQ shouldn't surprise you"
Yup, they already bought a great smart phone ,this is another great mobile phone from Samsung ,that's all.

Mel Duran
Mel Duran voted for the HTC One in PhoneDog's Smartphone rankings

Dennis McDonnell

Kevin Donovan
Kevin Donovan commented on the article "iOS 7.1.1 update now rolling out with Touch ID improvements, bug fixes"
Is Apple preparing for iOS 8? http://blog.tikr.me/2014/04/22/apples-exterminators-arrived/

Jordan Caviness
Jordan Caviness commented on the article "Samsung Galaxy S5: What's New"
it may be toned down Touchwiz ....but its still laggy as hell!!!!!LMAO!!!

Eduardo Trujillo
Eduardo Trujillo voted for the HTC One (M8) in PhoneDog's Smartphone rankings

Nicole Ritz
Nicole Ritz commented on the article "Samsung's rumored release of their Project KQ shouldn't surprise you"
I don't see a problem with having both the S5 and a 'premium' device released at the same time. Just because the GS5 has plastic casing doesn't mean it isn't a great phone. I wouldn't feel the need to upgrade right away. I still think the GS5 is gorgeous and runs really well. Metal casing or plastic, doesn't matter to me. The new Samsung is really well-made and enjoyable to use.

Andrew Sible
Andrew Sible commented on the article "Republic Wireless: Moto X update to Android 4.4.2 now going out in batches"
Nice to see they're getting with it! Great company I have a Moto G on the way. For interested parties, save $20 by signing up with my referral link: http://rwshar.es/O8es You'll save $20, I'll get $20 credit too! can't beat that. :)

Andrew Sible
Andrew Sible commented on the article "Republic Wireless: Moto X update to Android 4.4.2 now going out in batches"
Nice to see they're getting with it! Great company I have a Moto G on the way. For interested parties, save $20 by signing up with my referral link: http://rwshar.es/O8es You'll save $20, I'll get $20 credit too! can't beat that. :)

Ronnie Dunn
Ronnie Dunn commented on the article "Republic Wireless: Moto X update to Android 4.4.2 now going out in batches"
Been there, DONE THAT! I left BoostMobile for RW a few months back to rock that Moto-X!! The phone itself was awesome & surprisingly fast & yes the savings were GREAT...but my impatient arse just didn't feel like waiting 4-ever & a day for the 4.4.2 KitKat that was suppose to come out in Jan.-Feb. so i got a refund then added another $50 and bought this "BEAST" of a phone aka "The Nexus 5" (subtle plug I know)!!

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Julius Ophar
Julius Ophar voted for the LG G2 in PhoneDog's Smartphone rankings

Dave Matthews
Dave Matthews voted for the BlackBerry Z10 in PhoneDog's Smartphone rankings

Steve Hartsock
Steve Hartsock commented on the article "AT&T Q1 2014 results include more than 1 million new subs, nearly 6 million smartphones sold"
I see all those T-Mobile ads are having a HUGE impact on AT&T... :rolls eyes:

Steve Hartsock
Steve Hartsock commented on the article "AT&T Q1 2014 results include more than 1 million new subs, nearly 6 million smartphones sold"
I see all those T-Mobile ads are having a HUGE impact on AT&T... :rolls eyes:

Anthony Iglesias

Benjamin Padilla
Benjamin Padilla commented on the article "Flippypad: An Xperia Play-like concept for Project Ara"
The concept photo looks amazing. What's even more amazing it could be an extended battery at the same time. This makes me think of the people who would like a keyboard for their phone. This Project Ara is looking more and more promising as concepts like this come out. Pretty cool stuff.

Benjamin Padilla
Benjamin Padilla commented on the article "Flippypad: An Xperia Play-like concept for Project Ara"
The concept photo looks amazing. What's even more amazing it could be an extended battery at the same time. This makes me think of the people who would like a keyboard for their phone. This Project Ara is looking more and more promising as concepts like this come out. Pretty cool stuff.

Rohan Luktuke
Rohan Luktuke voted for the HTC One (M8) in PhoneDog's Smartphone rankings

Millie Perkins
Millie Perkins commented on the article "Put the power button on the side of our smartphones"
I concur. I knew it the first time I saw it. The idea is ridiculous.

Hamza Saadiq
Hamza Saadiq commented on the article "Samsung's rumored release of their Project KQ shouldn't surprise you"
I'm not surprised that Samsung would make the premium version of the GS5 it's own product line separate from the GS5. They always put out a lot of devices, but think they did this so Apple wouldn't try to sue them. If they made their flagship device metal that would be grounds for a lawsuit.

Eddiel Cruz
Eddiel Cruz voted for the HTC One (M8) in PhoneDog's Smartphone rankings

Taylor Long
Taylor Long commented on the article "Sprint to make all of its devices domestically unlockable in 2015"
Pshhh. Sounds like Sprint is trying to get some good PR. I thought they legally had to do this anyhow. Don't let Sprint food you. Sprint is HORRIBLE. Their network is horrible. And they bully their customers. Should not be allowed. I hope they got out of business soon. Here is proof that sprint is still on the 1x network. Yes, I said 1x. http://mysprintexpierence.blogspot.com/2014/01/proof-that-sprint-covers-up-its-1x.html And this is all over the country http://mysprintexpierence.blogspot.com/2014/02/news-articles-detailing-sprints-bad.html They also lie and bully their customers on social media http://mysprintexpierence.blogspot.com/2014/01/sprint-lies-and-bullies-customers.html

David Demarest
David Demarest voted for the HTC One (M8) in PhoneDog's Smartphone rankings

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Josh Wallace
Josh Wallace commented on the article "Republic Wireless: Moto X update to Android 4.4.2 now going out in batches"
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Sean B
Sean B voted for the HTC One (M8) in PhoneDog's Smartphone rankings

Drew Page
Drew Page commented on the article "Monday Moan - Freemium Apps are Evil "
I almost never use freemium apps. I prefer to pay to get rid of ads. For example, I am a huge Pandora user, and I pay for Pandora One, $3.99 a month. Its almost always worth it. Another example is Nova Launcher on my Galaxy S4. I paid $3.99 to unlock some great features and get rid of Ads (which turns it into Nova Launcher Prime).

Drew Page
Drew Page commented on the article "Monday Moan - Freemium Apps are Evil "
I almost never use freemium apps. I prefer to pay to get rid of ads. For example, I am a huge Pandora user, and I pay for Pandora One, $3.99 a month. Its almost always worth it. Another example is Nova Launcher on my Galaxy S4. I paid $3.99 to unlock some great features and get rid of Ads (which turns it into Nova Launcher Prime).

Drew Page
Drew Page commented on the article "Samsung's rumored release of their Project KQ shouldn't surprise you"
Samsung puts out a lot of bloat. I do enjoy my Galaxy S4, but thats just what you get with Samsung. If there is a niche that can make them money, they fill it. Look no further than the crazy amount of Galaxy branded smartphones out there.

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Ronnie Dunn
Ronnie Dunn commented on the article "Android 4.4.3 update teased by Bluetooth SIG entry [UPDATED]"
According to this report that came out on 4/22/2014, this dude makes it sound like...well,read for yourself...it makes sense but DAAAAMMMMNNNN!!! :) http://www.ecumenticalnews.com/article/android-4-4-3-update-for-nexus-4-5-and-nexus-7-tablets-comming-soon-as-google-updates-apps-24504

Ronnie Dunn
Ronnie Dunn commented on the article "Republic Wireless: Moto X update to Android 4.4.2 now going out in batches"
One can only hope! Speaking of hope, let's HOPE that by RW taking all this time to finally push this update out to all the LOYAL and PATIENT customer's...they were able to squish most of them little (big) buggies that alot of other Moto-Xer's are having to deal with!! Hope is not always...awww,nevermind!

Ronnie Dunn
Ronnie Dunn commented on the article "Republic Wireless: Moto X update to Android 4.4.2 now going out in batches"
One can only hope! Speaking of hope, let's HOPE that by RW taking all this time to finally push this update out to all the LOYAL and PATIENT customer's...they were able to squish most of them little (big) buggies that alot of other Moto-Xer's are having to deal with!! Hope is not always...awww,nevermind!

Devin Balkaran
Devin Balkaran commented on the article "I want the gold devices to go away now"
Who cares? More options are better. Just because you don't like a color why should manufacturers stop making it...

Akshay Ghare

M0rph M0rph
M0rph M0rph voted for the HTC One in PhoneDog's Smartphone rankings

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Tim Criswell
Tim Criswell voted for the Samsung Galaxy S5 in PhoneDog's Smartphone rankings

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Jalen Stepp
Jalen Stepp commented on the article "Samsung's rumored release of their Project KQ shouldn't surprise you"
It's Samsung. There probably wouldn't be much backlash. People have shown themselves to be extremely impatient as far as upgrading is concerned, and if Samsung's fanbase is anything like Apple's, people will still line up and buy it on the day of release. They certainly wouldn't get hurt financially, either, for releasing a device so soon after another.

Jalen Stepp
Jalen Stepp commented on the article "Samsung's rumored release of their Project KQ shouldn't surprise you"
It's Samsung. There probably wouldn't be much backlash. People have shown themselves to be extremely impatient as far as upgrading is concerned, and if Samsung's fanbase is anything like Apple's, people will still line up and buy it on the day of release. They certainly wouldn't get hurt financially, either, for releasing a device so soon after another.

Yash Jahit
Yash Jahit reviewed the HTC One (M8) 16GB Gun Metal Gray with an overal rating of 5.00 out of 5

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Samsung Galaxy S5: What's New
The Samsung Galaxy S5 is here. It’s Samsung’s fifth-generation flagship device and is packed to the gills with the latest technology, including a 2.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor, a new Adreno 330 GPU and 2GB of RAM. It's also got a...

Brian Walsh
Brian Walsh commented on the article "I want the gold devices to go away now"
what a joke

Sameer Somu
Sameer Somu voted for the HTC One (M8) in PhoneDog's Smartphone rankings

Herman Holmes
Herman Holmes voted for the LG G2 in PhoneDog's Smartphone rankings

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Adam Bennett
Adam Bennett voted for the Apple iPhone 5s in PhoneDog's Smartphone rankings

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