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Nexus Player disappears from Google Store

Another Nexus device bites the dust. Google has stopped selling the Nexus Player in its official Google Store. Not only is the device missing from the “TV & Audio” section of Google’s shop, but...
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AT&T confirms GoPhone high-speed data allotment increase

Good news, AT&T GoPhone customers: yesterday’s rumor was true. AT&T announced today that it will be increasing the high-speed data allotments on its $45 and $60 prepaid GoPhone plans. As of...
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Apple said to be prepping Amazon Echo competitor, opening Siri to third-party apps

One week after Google introduced Home, its Amazon Echo competitor, a report has emerged that claims that Apple is working on a similar device of its own. According to a report from The Information,...
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iOS 9.3.3 beta 1 update now available to public testers

Just as expected, the first iOS 9.3.3 beta is now rolling out to public testers. Apple is now pushing iOS 9.3.3 beta 1 to members of the Apple Beta Software Program. If you’re a part of that club,...
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Huawei sues Samsung over alleged mobile patent infringement

It feels like it’s been a while since we’ve seen any major legal battles in mobile, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. That’s changing today, though. Huawei has sued Samsung for allegedly...
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Chromecast and Chromecast Audio get $5 discounts from the Google Store

Google’s got a hot deal to help you power through the middle of this week. The Google Store is now offering $5 off the Chromecast and Chromecast Audio. That may not sound like much, but considering...
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Android Pay adds support for Capital One and more than 40 other banks

We’ve seen quite a few banks added to Samsung Pay lately, but now it’s Android Pay that’s growing its list of supported banks. The Android Pay website has been updated to show that more banks now...
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Samsung has no plans to make new Android Wear smartwatches

UPDATE: Samsung responded to this news, telling Engadget, "We disagree with Fast Company's interpretation. Samsung has not made any announcement regarding Android Wear and we have not changed our...
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OnePlus 3 spec list leaks, includes Snapdragon 820, 16-megapixel camera, and NFC

There’s been a lot of hype surrounding the OnePlus 3 lately, ranging from leaked images to free virtual reality headsets for a VR launch. One thing that’s been missing this whole time is the OnePlus...
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Pebble 2, Pebble Time 2, and Pebble Core now official on Kickstarter

Turns out that that announcement that Pebble was teasing yesterday is pretty huge. Pebble today took the wraps off of three new devices: the Pebble 2, Pebble Time 2, and Pebble Core. The Pebble 2 is...
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Twitter making big changes, including not counting photos against 140-character limit

It’s official: Twitter is making some big changes to the way we tweet. Twitter announced today that over the coming months, it will make changes to what counts against the 140-character limit of a...
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AT&T may boost GoPhone high-speed data allotments this week

It was only back in January that AT&T bumped up the monthly high-speed data allotments for its prepaid GoPhone customers, but according to a new report, they may be planning to increase the...
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Twitter testing night mode in Android app

Twitter has made some notable changes lately, like an algorithmic timeline and a dedicated GIF button in the mobile apps. And now it looks like the company is prepping another mobile-focused change....
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Pebble teasing announcement for tomorrow, May 24

Pebble’s got something to announce, and whatever is coming, it’s coming soon. Pebble today posted a teaser to its homepage, saying that we’ll get a “treat” at 10:00 am Eastern on May 24. That’s...
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T-Mobile updates Galaxy S5 with Android 6.0.1, Galaxy S7 and S7 edge get updates, too

Today’s a good day for Samsung Galaxy owners on T-Mobile. First up, T-Mobile is pushing an Android 6.0.1 update to its version of the Galaxy S5. Included are Marshmallow goodies like Google Now on...
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Samsung Galaxy S7 Active leaks continue with full spec details

After getting a couple of early looks at the Samsung Galaxy S7 Active this month, we’re now getting what might be the rugged Android phone’s full spec list. Several Galaxy S7 Active specs have been...
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First iOS 9.3.3 beta update officially released

The iOS grind never stops. One week after pushing iOS 9.3.2 to the public, Apple has issued the first beta for iOS 9.3.3. The update is build 13G12 and its available to iOS 9 devices, ranging from...
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Samsung Gear Fit 2 shown off again in new batch of leaked images

Over the past month, we’ve seen the Gear Fit 2 leak out three times, including one leak from Samsung itself. Samsung still hasn’t officially announced the new Gear Fit 2, and while we wait for that...
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Spotify upgrades Family Plan to match Apple and Google

Today Spotify is becoming more appealing for families. Spotify has updated its Family Plan, which now includes up to six individual Spotify Premium accounts for $14.99 per month. With the Family Plan...
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AT&T Next program refresh coming June 9

Phone leasing programs are the hot new thing in mobile, and today AT&T announced a refresh of its own leasing options. Starting June 9, AT&T will offer two smartphone leasing programs: AT...
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