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    Qualcomm Announces 801 Processor and LTE Cat 6

    The Qualcomm Snapdragon 200, 400, 600, and 800 processors – whoa! Next step is 1,000, right? Well actually, Qualcomm has released a new processor called the Snapdragon 801, opting for the most modest of numerical increases. There’s a reason for the incremental name change – the 801 isn’t a total redesign, and has a lot […]

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    Samsung Galaxy S5 is a Glam iPhone Killer [Hands on]

    It’s that time of year again – Samsung is officially trotting out this year’s upgrade to their ultra-popular smartphone. The Galaxy S5 is coming April 11, and the changes are – well, they’re significant in some respects, but also pretty minimal in some ways. If it isn’t broken, don’t fix it, right? At 5.1”, the […]

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    ZTE Grand Memo II is an Anorexic 6″ Phablet

    At Mobile World Congress, ZTE has announced a brand new 6” phablet with LTE capabilities called the Grand Memo II. The specs aren’t half bad, which is pretty impressive, because as far as 6” devices go, this one is ridiculously thin. The Grand Memo II LTE has a 6” HD display and runs on a […]

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    Huawei Takes a Stab at Wearables with TalkBand B1

    Huawei had a few announcements at this year’s Mobile World Congress, including a brand new device in everyone’s favorite category, that tablet-sized smartphone. The Huawei MediaPad X1 is a 7” tablet with full phone functionality. There’s a 1920 x 1200 LTPS HD display with 10-point capacitive touch, along with a pretty massive 5,000 mAh battery. […]

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    Take a Look at the Nokia X Running Android [Video]

    A couple weeks ago, we found an analyst calling for Microsoft to ditch the Windows Phone platform for the Android Open Source Platform as a way for Microsoft to finally get more support for apps, while store offering Microsoft services. Turns out, that was half on the mark – Microsoft is by no means ditching […]

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    Surprise! Asia Has the Most Mobile Malware According to Intel

    McAfee is out to make digital security a lot easier and more accessible, with a couple new announcements at Mobile World Congress. Here’s the big one – a fully-featured suite of security software will be available for iOS and Android, completely free. McAfee Mobile Security has been out for a while and has garnered its […]

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    Lenovo’s S860 Fashion Phone Rocks All-glass Exterior

    Lenovo has been driving pretty hard at getting into the mobile game the past couple of years, and they’re making the same kind of push at this year’s Mobile World Congress. They’re announcing updates to their S line of smartphones – the S860, S850, and S660. The S860 isn’t a flagship phone in the strictest […]

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    Eye Tribe Makes Jedi Mind Control Available for Your Android Device

    Forget gesture and voice control – pretty soon, you’ll be gliding around on your smartphone with just your eyeballs. That’s how The Eye Tribe sees things, anyway, and they’re looking to put it into practice with their new Android SDK. The Eye Tribe has already made their eye tracking technology compatible with Windows PCs, Macs, […]