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The Winners 2015 | Global Mobile Awards
The winners of the 2015 Global Mobile Awards are now listed for your reading pleasure. From connected life to best phones, there are many categories and awards given out this year. Some results might shock you, and if you are an LG G3 fan you might find a pleasant surprise inside!. . . READ ON »

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19 hours ago by twwwon
Google+ is being split apart into Photos and Streams, Hangouts to live on as standalone service
Google has announced some new organizational plans for Google+ and corresponding services. Google+ is being broken into two different services: Photos and Stream. Hangouts messenger will remain its own standalone service.
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19 hours ago by twwwon
YotaPhone 2 is happening this Spring
If you were one of the many who thought the dual-display YotaPhone was cool, you'll be happy to know that a sequel is, indeed, on the way. The company reportedly confirmed plans to bring a YotaPhone 2 to market starting this Spring in the United States.
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19 hours ago by twwwon
9to5Toys Lunch Break: Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (32GB) $480, Galaxy Gear 2 $170, Gear Fit $75, more | 9to5Google
Keep up with the best gear and deals on the web by signing up for the 9to5Toys Newsletter. Also, be sure to check us out on: Twitter, RSS Feed, Facebook, Google+ and Safari push notifications. Today’s can’t miss deals: Samsung Galaxy Note 4 4G LTE GSM N910A (Latest Model) 32GB unlocked for GSM networks: $479.99 shipped (Reg. $700) Samsung Galaxy Gear 2 smartwatch […]
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20 hours ago by twwwon
Hands-on with Lenovo’s handy pocket phone projector [VIDEO]
Projectors are not just for PowerPoint presentations anymore. We've seen some cool new projectors at the last few trade shows, and Mobile World Congress is no different. Lenovo is showing off a compact pocket-sized projector.
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20 hours ago by twwwon
Android 5.0 Lollipop rolling out to Galaxy S5 owners on Bell | Android Central
If you're using a Galaxy S5 on Canada's Bell network, you're in for a sweet treat today. The carrier has announced that Android 5.0 Lollipop is rolling out for the device starting today.
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20 hours ago by twwwon
Google Chrome 42 will be the last version supported for Ice Cream Sandwich
Google has just announced that Chrome version 42 will be the last version compatible with devices running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
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20 hours ago by twwwon
Tuesday Poll: Missing SD Card Slot, Waterproofing, & Removable Battery – Dealbreaker on the Galaxy S6? | Droid Life
Few would argue that the new Samsung phones, the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, are not massive upgrades over last year’s Galaxy S5. You could also argue that Samsung made almost all of the right moves with these phones in order to help them re-establish their dominance in the smartphone game after a terrible 2014. […]

Tuesday Poll: Missing SD Card Slot, Waterproofing, & Removable Battery – Dealbreaker on the Galaxy S6? is a post from: Droid Life
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20 hours ago by twwwon
The six things you need to know from Mobile World Congress | Android Central
It's a massive show this year, with exciting news coming at us from every direction.

We've had boots on the ground for several days now, and the sheer volume of news coming out of Barcelona this week has been nothing short of exciting. We've seen huge product announcements, brief glimpses into the future, and a whole lot of new ideas that are going to keep everyone quite busy for a little while. It's been difficult to keep up with, so while we are hard at work getting you our hands on experiences with all the new things it feels like a recap is in order.

Here's six quick clicks with all the huge news to come from the show so far.
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20 hours ago by twwwon
Alcatel's Hero 2+ phablet is the latest phone to launch with CyanogenMod
Alcatel might not be the most exciting name in all the mobile lands, but their latest phone gives us reason to pay attention. It's the Hero 2+, a 6-inch phablet that will find its way onto the market with CyanogenMod running the show.
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20 hours ago by twwwon
Pebble Time is Now the Most Funded Kickstarter of All Time With 24 Days to Go | Droid Life
The Pebble Time (and its Steel brother) are now a part of the most funded Kickstarter campaign in history (for now). Shortly after announcing the new Pebble Time Steel, this morning, the smartwatch maker’s latest campaign jumped passed the Coolest Cooler, the previous record holder at just over $13 million.  With 24 days left in […]

Pebble Time is Now the Most Funded Kickstarter of All Time With 24 Days to Go is a post from: Droid Life
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20 hours ago by twwwon
Samsung reportedly overtaken by Apple in Q4 2014 smartphone sales | Android Central
Research firm Gartner claims that Samsung sold 73.03 million smartphones in the fourth quarter of 2014, but was beaten by Apple, which the firm said sold 74.83 million smartphones.
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21 hours ago by twwwon
Chromium Blog: Freezing Chrome for Ice Cream Sandwich
In the last year, we’ve seen the number of Chrome users running ICS drop by thirty percent. Developing new features on older phones has become increasingly challenging, and supporting ICS takes time away from building new experiences on the devices owned by the vast majority of our users. So, with Chrome’s 42nd release, we’ll stop updating Chrome on ICS devices. After Chrome 42, users on ICS devices can continue to use Chrome but won’t get further updates.

We’re excited to sharpen our focus on moving the web forward. If you’re interested in learning more about this change, please see the FAQ's.
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21 hours ago by nicoladagostino
Samsung bundles Microsoft apps on its new Galaxy S6 | The Verge
Samsung is bundling at least three Microsoft apps on its new Android-powered Galaxy S6 device. While the move seems unusual, it comes just weeks after Microsoft and Samsung ended a bitter Android royalties dispute. Both companies announced the end of their contract dispute in a join statement last month, but kept the fresh deal terms confidential. Part of the court case revealed that Microsoft earned $1 billion from Samsung in the form of patent-licensing loyalties during 2013.

The Galaxy S6 has Microsoft's Skype, OneDrive, and OneNote apps preinstalled in a special "Microsoft Apps" folder that is pinned on the homescreen. Rumors suggested that Samsung may also bundle Microsoft Office mobile with the Galaxy S6, but demo units at Mobile World Congress today do not contain the software yet. Samsung is also offering 115GB of OneDrive storage to Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge owners as part of this new partnership with Microsoft.

Microsoft and Samsung's deal marks an initial plan to beat Google's services by bundling Microsoft ones right in Android's backyard. This might be the first of many efforts to get Microsoft's apps and services bundled on Android-powered smartphones.
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21 hours ago by nicoladagostino
Chromium Blog: Freezing Chrome for Ice Cream Sandwich
With the number of Chrome users on ICS dropping by thirty percent over the last year, the Chrome team has decided not to further support Android 4.0 in the future. ICS users can keep on using Chrome, but won’t get any further updates.. . . READ ON »

The post Chrome Support Dropped for ICS appeared first on xda-developers.
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21 hours ago by twwwon
Honor 4X unveiled, coming in Q2 for €200 | Android Central
At the Honor press event at Mobile World Congress, the newest mid-range offering, the Honor 4X has been announced. As we've seen before from Honor devices, we're looking at good specs without a high price, and while the Honor 6 Plus is clearly the most premium offering in the European lineup, the Honor 4X sits nicely in the middle.
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21 hours ago by twwwon
Google’s Schmidt meets w/ EU competition chief as four-year antitrust investigation still unresolved | 9to5Google
After unsuccessful attempts to settle a long running EU investigation into Google’s search and ad businesses, Reuters reports Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt met this week with European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager. The European Union’s antitrust chief has met Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt as she seeks to resolve a four-year investigation into complaints that […]
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21 hours ago by twwwon

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