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Nintendo will make mobile games using its well-known game characters

Well, it’s finally happened. Nintendo is going to make mobile games. Nintendo announced today that it’s partnering with DeNA, a company with a lot of experience in mobile gaming, including a purchase...
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Sony Xperia Z4 leaks continue with images of the entire device

Well, that didn’t take long. Just hours after the first alleged image of the Sony Xperia Z4 gave us a peek at the device’s top half, additional shots have emerged that show off the phone in its...
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Apple TV service may be in the works with a bundle of 25 channels

Apple has only referred to its Apple TV device as a hobby so far, but according to a new report, the Cupertino firm is planning to take its hobby a step further this fall. Apple is planning to launch...
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Neptune Suite includes an Android 5.0 smartwatch and several dummy devices to connect it to

After unveiling the Neptune Duo last month, the folks at Neptune have now unveiled a new package of products that includes the Duo and more. The Neptune Suite is a family of products that’s meant to...
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Windows 10 for phones leak teases new features like LED notifications

After Microsoft announced some of the new features of Windows 10 for phones back in January, additional features of the updated OS continue to trickle out. Polish site Windows Mania has posted a...
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Apple trade-in program will reportedly accept non-iPhone devices, including Android phones [UPDATED]

UPDATE: Now Buzzfeed reports that its own "sources familiar with Apple's plans" have also said that Apple will soon accept Android, BlackBerry, and Windows Phone devices for trade-in.   Last year...
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Sony Xperia Z4 image leak may give us a peek at the upcoming Android flagship

Some folks expected Sony to show off an Xperia Z4 at Mobile World Congress earlier this month, but there was no such device to be found, with Sony opting to give the spotlight to the Xperia Z4 Tablet...
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Sprint's latest offer includes Galaxy S5, Tab 4, and plans for both for $100

Sprint is all about launching new offers lately. Just days after announcing that it’ll pay all switcher fees for customers that jump to its network, Sprint has revealed a new Samsung combo deal. For...
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Porsche Design P'9983 Graphite runs BlackBerry 10, costs nearly $2,000

Another luxury BlackBerry 10 smartphone has surfaced. The Porsche Design P’9983 Graphite is an updated version of the P’9983 that launched in September 2014. This new model features the same specs as...
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Samsung Galaxy S5 mini will hit AT&T on March 20

Much of the Galaxy news lately has been focused on the Galaxy S6, but if you’d prefer a slightly smaller Samsung Android phone, AT&T’s going to launch one later this week. AT&T will begin...
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HTC One M9 news for the U.S. market coming March 18

If you’ve been waiting for some HTC One M9 news regarding U.S. availability, it looks like your wait may soon be over. HTC America President Jason Mackenzie today took to Twitter to tease that his...
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T-Mobile Data Stash coming to prepaid customers on March 22

Three months after launching Data Stash, T-Mobile today expanded its data rollover feature. Starting March 22, Data Stash will be available to T-Mobile customers on Simple Choice prepaid plans. The...
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Google Now open API will let any app show you a card

So you know how Google Now recently gained support for 40 third-party apps? Well it turns out that that’s just the tip of the card-shaped iceberg, because that support will soon be expanded. Aparna...
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Sony Xperia Z3, Xperia Z3 Compact begin getting Android 5.0 Lollipop [UPDATED]

UPDATE: An xda-developers user has posted several screenshots of the Xperia Z3's Lollipop update. I've included a few of them at the bottom of this post. You can find more here and here.   Sony’s...
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HTC Fun Fit will track your fitness and help you compete with friends

There’s been a lot of focus on on fitness in the mobile world lately, with many companies releasing fitness tracking hardware to strap onto your wrist. HTC did just that lately with its Grip wearable...
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Pebble made to work with Windows Phone, but the app is available for a limited time

The Pebble smartwatch only officially supports two OSes: Android and iOS. That’s still the case today, but if you’re up for doing a little work, you can now get Pebble working with a Windows Phone...
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Moto X (1st Gen.) now getting Android 5.0.2 Lollipop soak test

Good news, Moto X (1st Gen.) owners: Your Lollipop update is getting close! Motorola is now pushing an Android 5.0.2 soak test update to select users. Motorola employee Luciano Carvalho confirmed the...
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Sony Xperia Cosmos leaks with what looks to be front-facing camera flash

Just a couple of weeks after Sony took the wraps off of the Xperia Z4 Tablet and Xperia M4 Aqua at MWC 2015, new details on another new Sony smartphone have surfaced. A device referred to as the Sony...
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OnePlus appears set to launch Power Bank on March 17

Remember the OnePlus Power Bank? The folks at OnePlus revealed its portable battery pack in mid-December 2014, teasing that the device was “coming soon.” We haven’t heard much about the Power Bank...
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Google Messenger update brings animated GIF support, a widget, and more

It may not be Update Wednesday, but that’s not stopping Google from pushing out a notable app update. An update to the Messenger app is now rolling out with a couple of big new features. First is...
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