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Briefly: Frontback selfie app for Android, Bing's personalized cards

04/16, 11:27pm

Front and back camera shooting app now available for Android devices

Frontback, a "selfie"-focused photo capturing app originally released for iPhone, is now available for Android users. The app captures two shots: one of the subject with the rear camera, and one of the user's face, a second later, with the front-facing camera (though varying combinations of shots can be paired). The second photo intends to add context much like a caption, and both images can be posted to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Tumblr, as well as Frontback's own newsfeed. Included is a self-timer, and the ability to flip captured images. Users can write short descriptions that tag friends and use hashtags for flagging other phrases. Frontback is available for download through Google Play.

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OnePlus One smartphone launch set for April 23rd, pricing revealed

04/16, 2:35pm

Unlocked sub-$400 smartphone uses CyanogenMod, 13MP Sony Exmor camera

OnePlus has revealed it will be launching its first Android smartphone next week, at the same time as a photograph surfaces allegedly showing the rear of the device. The OnePlus One, running a customized version of CyanogenMod's Android ROM, will be available to buy in 16 countries and will be priced at under $400, under 350 Euro, or the local equivalent, with the device set to be revealed on April 23rd.

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Samsung executive claims Tizen smartphone launching in second quarter

04/16, 6:58am

Tizen smartphones, Android-powered smart watch still on the way

Samsung is preparing to launch at least one Tizen-powered smartphone before the end of this year, according to an executive. Speaking in an interview about the Galaxy S5's sales figures, senior vice president for Samsung's product strategy team Yoon Han-kil advised that the first would be a "high-end model" launching around the end of the second quarter.

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Samsung extends Gear 2, Neo, Gear Fit compatibility to 20 devices

04/16, 5:41am

Smart watches usable with 12 smartphones, 8 tablets

Samsung has added more devices to the list that will work with the Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo, and Gear Fit smart devices. A total of 20 Samsung mobile devices are now compatible with the smart watches, with the list of eight tablets and 12 smartphones including a large number of recent releases, as well as some of the more prominent best-sellers from the last few years.

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Apple vs Samsung, Day Seven: You can't infringe an invalid patent

04/16, 2:47am

String of Samsung witnesses find that Apple's patents are all invalid

Not only did Samsung not infringe on Apple's patents, a parade of witnesses for Samsung told the jury today in the Apple-Samsung trial, those patents aren't valid even if Samsung did copy them. With some help from Apple's very light cross-examination, Samsung again flew through a lengthy list of experts who testified on the relative worthlessness of Apple's patents for "data detectors" (also referred to as "quick links"), universal search, autocorrection and the "slide to unlock" concept.

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Apple, Samsung, others sign on to wireless industry anti-theft plan

04/15, 7:04pm

Industry-led group will work on standards for phone security across platforms

Apple, Samsung, Google and Microsoft, among others, have joined with the top five US wireless carriers to create an industry group dedicated to fighting smartphone theft and implementing multi-platform technology to aid that cause by next summer. HTC, Huawei, Motorola and Nokia are also part of the group, which is aiming to create a "baseline anti-theft tool" similar to the steps Apple has already taken in its own iPhone security software, particularly with regards to preventing reactivation.

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Photos of rumored Amazon smartphone prototype with six cameras leak

04/15, 1:19pm

Five front-facing cameras shown in leaked photographs of Amazon smartphone

Photographs of what is believed to be Amazon's first smartphone have surfaced. Encased in what appears to be a protective casing to prevent the external appearance from being leaked, the images of an alleged prototype device seem to suggest that the smartphone will have a 3D interface powered by multiple front-facing camera sensors.

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Apple vs. Samsung, Day 6: It's not copying, it's 'benchmarking'

04/15, 4:20am

Samsung offers Google engineers, but Samsung marketers in day of witnesses

Over the weekend, Judge Lucy Koh turned down Samsung's request for a summary judgement in the Samsung-Apple second patent trial, claiming that Apple had failed to prove its case during its presentation. Judge Koh rebuffed the claims and thus the trial continued on Monday, with Samsung still presenting its defense. Continuing its strategy of saying the case is about a dispute between Apple and Google rather than Samsung, the Galaxy smartphone maker put on a stunning seven witnesses -- most of them from the search and advertising giant.

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Briefly: TransferWise native Android app, Yahoo and Vevo partnership

04/14, 11:54pm

TransferWise money transfer app now available for Android

London-based startup TransferWise has launched a native Android app, allowing users to transfer money between currencies. A peer-to-peer service, TransferWise facilitates direct money transfers to users in other countries. Six months earlier, TransferWise had released an iOS native app, with the "app" for Android users available on Google Play until today being only a shortcut to its website. Free to download, TransferWise for Android is compatible with Android 2.3 or later.

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Microsoft starts accepting universal apps in Windows app stores

04/14, 7:36pm

Universal app submissions part of Windows Dev Center changes

Microsoft has started to accept submissions for "Universal Apps" in its Dev Center. Developers can now link apps made for the Windows Store and Windows Phone Store to create a single Windows app listing, allowing users to buy once on one platform and for it to be downloadable and usable on other Windows devices they also own.

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Windows Phone 8.1 supports iOS Passbook files

04/14, 3:07pm

Reason tech works a mystery

The Windows Phone 8.1 preview version of Microsoft Wallet actually supports Passbook files from iOS, reports say. iMore notes that Microsoft has developed a method of extracting information from a Passbook file. The individual passes are said to be composed of generic data, and simply rendered by the container app, much like a browser renders a webpage.

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T-Mobile abolishes excess usage fees from all plans starting in June

04/14, 12:24pm

CEO John Legere attacks other carriers while eliminating T-Mobile overage fees

T-Mobile will be eliminating overage fees on all of its consumer plans, the carrier has revealed in its third day of Un-carrier announcements. Following the launch of the Simple Starter plan and the Tablet Freedom introduction on Wednesday and Thursday last week, the new announcement is accompanied by a call by president and CEO John Legere for other carriers to remove excess charges from their plans.

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Microsoft Windows Phone 8.1 developer preview available to download

04/14, 8:46am

Windows Phone update to 8.1 adds Cortana, may void warranties

Windows Phone 8.1 is now available to download as a developer preview, allowing users to try out the Cortana virtual assistant on their own devices. The latest version of the mobile operating system, which Microsoft officially debuted on April 2nd at its Build conference, can be installed on smartphones owned by developers enrolled in Microsoft's Windows Phone Developer program.

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Samsung event invite hints at Galaxy S5 zoom launch under 'Galaxy K'

04/14, 7:22am

Kapture the Moment invitation suggests use of K branding

Samsung will be launching a new device on April 29th, with invitations sent to an event in Singapore. The invitation asks to "Kapture the Moment," which could be related to a rumor that Samsung is not only looking to reveal the Zoom version of the Galaxy S5, but it could be offered as a new product line and under the name "Galaxy K" instead.

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LG G3 will have 1440x2560 display, claims two new leaks

04/14, 5:44am

User Agent Profile, photograph allege LG G3 has Quad HD display

Specifications for what is believed to be LG's follow-up to the G2 have surfaced again in reports. A leaked User Agent Profile on Sprint's website and a photograph showing part of the smartphone's display strongly suggest the LG G3 will have a resolution of 1440x2560, as well as hinting at the remainder of the flagship mobile device's internal details.

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Apple vs. Samsung, Day Five: Now it's Samsung's turn

04/12, 1:54am

Tweet: 'Both sides relying on stories to sell jury, Samsung borrowing Google's'

At the end of the twelth day of the Apple-Samsung trial, and fifth day of testimony, Apple rested its case against Samsung following a detailed presentation from "microeconomist" and PhD Chris Vellturo in which he explained for the jury exactly how he calculated the $2.191 billion in damages Samsung should owe Apple for its infringement. Samsung, which has admitted in an earlier damages retrial that it copied from Apple, began presenting its defense -- by borrowing a Google software executive.

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Briefly: Galaxy S5 Energi case, PayPal debuts biometrics integration

04/11, 10:57pm

TYLT announces new Energi Sliding Power Case and ALIN screen protector for new Galaxy S5

Portable power and wireless charging manufacturer, Tylt, has today introduced its Energi Sliding Power Case and Alin Screen Protector for the newly released Samsung Galaxy S5. The Energi Sliding Power Case pairs portable charging with physical protection, and is equipped with a 2,800mAh internal battery that is double the capacity of the Galaxy S5. The ALIN screen protector facilitates an easy installation, with its accompanying alignment tool. Four screen protectors are provided, with each featuring two removable tabs to avoid fingerprints during the application process.

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Amazon smartphone launch anticipated for end of June, claims report

04/11, 9:36pm

Wall Street Journal sources believe Amazon phone will ship by end of September

Amazon is preparing to release its long-rumored smartphone in the second half of this year, claims sources of the Wall Street Journal. The retailer has allegedly demonstrated the device to developers in Seattle and San Francisco, with an official announcement planned for the end of June, and for the smartphone to ship by the end of September.

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Briefly: Chrome beta 35 for Android, TiVo firmware update

04/11, 8:12pm

Latest Chrome beta for Android improves Chromecast support

Google has announced that it has begun rolling out a Chrome 35 beta for Android users today. Featuring improved Chromecast support, users can now send some video clips from the browser to a Chromecast-equipped TV. Additionally, Chrome now offers full-screen videos and improved support for multi-window devices. The update is available through Google Play.

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Briefly: Google Glass one-day sale, Coachella on YouTube

04/11, 4:38pm

Google opening up Google Glass sale April 15 for one day

Confirming earlier rumors, Google is opening up wearable computing device Google Glass for purchase for one day in the US. Any US adult can join the Explorer program with any shade or frame for $1,500, plus applicable local sales tax. Available devices are limited. Purchase begins April 15 at 6AM PDT.

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Samsung Galaxy S5, Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo, Gear Fit ship globally

04/11, 7:50am

Flagship Samsung smartphone, smart watches go on sale today

The Samsung Galaxy S5 has gone on sale in 125 countries, as part of its global launch. Initially unveiled at Mobile World Congress in February, the flagship smartphone is being sold in stores and through carriers in the US, Europe, the Middle East, Latin America, and the majority of Asia, flanked by the Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo, and Gear Fit smart watches.

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Macworld gems: Glowdeck smartphone dock

04/11, 1:36am

Charming, surprising, intriguing finds coming to market soon

Now that we've had time to recover from the fury of meeting so many vendors at this year's Macworld, MacNN and Electronista have had a little time to reflect on some of the products and services we saw there. Many have yet to come to market -- a running joke was the number of projects crowdfunded last summer that will be arriving in stores soon -- some have won awards, and some are just little gems we were delighted, intrigued and wowed by. First up in this ongoing series is a successful Kickstarter startup, Glowdeck.

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T-Mobile Tablet Freedom offers 1GB free data, cheaper tablets

04/10, 12:16pm

New plan pays early termination fees, offers 4G devices for Wi-Fi only pricing

The second day of wireless provider T-Mobile's pricing plan announcements sees the carrier offering an option to add a tablet to a postpaid voice plan for free through the end of the year. Called "Tablet Freedom," the program offers cheaper tablets, and 1GB of additional free 4G/LTE data each month, in addition to the 200MB of free data available through the "Free Data for Life" promotion.

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Google issues Module Developers Kit for Project Ara smartphone

04/10, 11:58am

Project Ara developer kit defines basic specifications of smartphone modules

Google has provided more details about its modular Project Ara smartphone plans, by releasing its Module Developers Kit. The documents, published ahead of a developer conference for the device, detail how the smartphone is put together, as well as basic specifications that individual modules must fulfill in order to interface with the main endoskeleton and other modules.

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BlackBerry CEO considers sale of hardware business

04/10, 9:51am

Failure to profit could see BlackBerry exit smartphone business

BlackBerry could sell off its hardware business entirely if it fails to return to profitability in the near future, the company's CEO has suggested. In an interview with Reuters, John Chen advised the manufacturer would consider exiting the smartphone hardware market if hardware sales do not improve to a point where the company becomes profitable.

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Briefly: Microsoft Surface 2 LTE in UK, AT&T NYC subway coverage plans

04/10, 7:43am

Microsoft opens pre-orders for Surface 2 with LTE in UK

Microsoft has opened up pre-orders for the Surface 2 with LTE in the United Kingdom. Just as with its launch last month in the United States, the UK edition will be limited to just a 64GB model, and its £539 ($905) represents a £100 ($168) increase over the standard Wi-Fi model. Microsoft will be shipping the Windows RT tablet on the 8th of May.

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Briefly: Adesso's ergonomic keyboard and mouse, IDrive for Android

04/09, 2:42pm

Adesso releases Tru-Form Media 1500GB wireless ergonomic keyboard and mouse

Computer peripheral manufacturer, Adesso, has announced its release of a new wireless, ergonomic keyboard and mouse set, offering users two input devices with ergonomic design. Featuring a wireless range of up to 30 feet, the Tru-Form Media 1500GB keyboard and mouse set includes a "gently-sloped" keyboard with a split design that accommodates the natural positioning of hands, wrists and forearms; the accompanying laser mouse also aims to reduce hand strain. The keyboard's membrane key switches provide improved tactile response and a quieter typing experience, lasting up to five million keystrokes.

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T-Mobile adds low-end Simple Starter with unlimited talk, text, 500MB

04/09, 12:15pm

Data plan add first by T-Mobile in the next three days

T-Mobile today introduced a new entry-level Simple Starter value plan. The new $40 plan gives users unlimited talk and text, and 500MB of 4G/LTE data. The move is the first one for the week, which CEO John Legere calls "three days of UnCarrier" in a blog post calling the other carriers to task for predatory pricing and "obscene" price hikes.

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Nokia launches slim Nokia 225 'Internet phone' with budget price

04/09, 12:10pm

Nokia 225 has up to 36-day standby time, 2MP camera

Nokia has quietly unveiled a new feature phone meant for emerging markets. The Nokia 225 is similar in style and functionality to the Nokia 220 launched at Mobile World Congress, though it offers a marginally larger 2.8-inch QVGA display, with the manufacturer calling it the "slimmest Internet phone" it has produced to date, measuring just 10.4mm (0.41 inches) thick.

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Comcast reportedly plans carrier service using Wi-Fi, mobile networks

04/09, 6:49am

Wi-Fi hotspots to form core of proposed Comcast carrier

Comcast is considering expanding its existing cable services into becoming a carrier, according to a report. The operator is said to be working on a service that will use Wi-Fi from subscriber routers and public hotspots to provide the bulk of connections, supplemented by cellular coverage provided by an existing carrier, in a hybrid service similar to one Google is reportedly looking into creating.

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Apple vs. Samsung, Day Four: $2.191 billion

04/09, 12:41am

Apple reveals total damages and royalties sought from Samsung

The fourth day of testimony in the second Apple vs. Samsung trial has ended, with various Apple-hired experts and employees going over the nature of the patents at stake in Apple's part of the case. The jury also got a dose of history borrowed from the first patent trial, details about Apple's manufacturing process, and finally heard the full, exact amount that Apple is seeking from Samsung in terms of both damages due to lost sales as well as what it owes in royalties for its infringement: $2.191 billion.

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Briefly: SesameGO streaming service, Distiller app for Android

04/08, 10:31pm

SesameGO launches, offering US customers with kid-friendly streaming service

Sesame Workshop has today launched a educational television streaming service, called SesameGO. Offering children-centric, advertisement-free content, the service will features classic Sesame Street programming as well as current material. Web-focused, the service is optimized for Mac, PC, smartphones and tablets, with no native apps anticipated. SesameGO is available now for US residents, and is priced at $4 per month or $30 annually.

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Apple vs. Samsung, Day Three: Into the weeds of patents

04/08, 3:53am

Apple's case continues with engineer Deniau, experts Mowry and Snoeren

Over the weekend, Apple filed a notice with the court that it could wrap up its main presentation by tomorrow at the earliest, but expects to be done no later than Friday, barring any changes to Samsung's pattern of cross-examination. On Monday, patent expert Andrew Cockburn from New Zealand was summoned back to the witness stand for a scant 16 minutes of light cross-examination, followed by testimony from Apple engineer Thomas Deniau and a pair of additional patent experts.

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Apple's iOS 7 hits 87 percent, still outpacing Android's KitKat

04/07, 6:19pm

Rapid adoption means iOS more secure, easier to develop for

On Monday, Apple updated its iOS adoption statistics for developers to show that 87 percent of active iOS devices are now running iOS 7, with only 11 percent still on iOS 6 and a mere two percent (presumably devices that cannot upgrade, such as the original iPad) stuck on earlier versions. The figure was achieved less than seven months after the original release of the upgrade in mid-September. By comparison, only about 5.3 percent of Android users have or have been allowed to upgrade to last year's KitKat , which was announced around the same time as iOS 7 and debuted a month later.

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Samsung 10.5-inch Android tablet, Windows Phone on way, claims rumors

04/07, 1:13pm

Rumored Samsung tablet uses 2560x1600 resolution, Android KitKat

Details for two Samsung mobile devices have surfaced in two separate rumors. One device appears to be an Android tablet with a 10.5-inch AMOLED display with the model number SM-T800, while the second leak suggests there could be another Windows Phone device coming from the manufacturer after the recent ATIV SE launch.

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HTC posts net, operating losses in months before One M8 launch

04/07, 8:36am

Low quarterly revenues could bounce back for HTC in next quarter

HTC is continuing its trend of poor financial results, with a loss in the first quarter that was lower than expected by analysts. The latest financial release shows quarterly revenues of NT$33.12 billion ($1.09 billion), giving the smartphone producer a net loss of NT$1.88 billion ($62.06 million) and an operating loss of NT$2.05 billion ($67.75 million).

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Briefly: Plex for Xbox One, Sony releases unlocked Xperia Z1

04/06, 11:15pm

Media client Plex to develop for use on Xbox One

Microsoft has given permission to Plex developers to create a version of the media client for Xbox One, in light of the recent announcement to support universal applications. Plex offers users the ability to organize movies, TV, music and photos for consumption on one's TV, and other devices. The developers have been granted membership into ID@Xbox.

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Briefly: BBC iPlayer extension, Moto X follow-up rumored

04/06, 8:48am

BBC extends iPlayer catch-up video from week to 30 days

The BBC is extending the time British viewers will have to watch recently-broadcast shows on iPlayer to 30 days. Up from the previous seven-day limit, Pocket-Lint reports the popular catch-up streaming service will allow for downloads or streams of shows from any of the BBC's television channels up to 30 days after being broadcast, with the changes set to take place from this summer.

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Briefly: Amazon's Dash gadget, Automatic Android smart driving app

04/04, 11:39pm

Amazon announces Dash barcode scanner, expands e-commerce versatility

Amazon has announced the release of a new LED barcode scanner, entitled Dash. Offering the ability to scan household objects and groceries, the aim of Dash is to facilitate replenishing stock within one's home by scanning existing products to order replacements. Users can scan or verbally dictate what is desired to be purchased, with Dash featuring a simplistic setup and sturdy design. Those interested can sign up through Amazon for a free Dash gadget, currently by invitation only.

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Briefly: Google Night Walk, Autocast Android add-on for Chromecast

04/04, 7:48pm

Google's new Night Walk offers immersive tour through Cours Julien neighbourhood in France

Google's Street View has been taken to a new level with its release of Google Night Walk, an audio-based tour through a French neighbourhood. Leading those accessing the tour though Cours Julien, a neighbourhood of Marseille, France, narrators Julie and Christophe lead users across the city, highlighting locations of note. A mini-map displays one's progress though the city, and certain hotspots initiate YouTube clips, Wikipedia segments and photo galleries, and more.

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Internal Apple document reveals worries about iPhone competitors

04/04, 4:37pm

Rivals filling voids iPhone isn't, sales team member says

Although Apple has outwardly projected an image of total confidence in the iPhone, and criticized competing devices, some people in the company have been worried about advances made by rivals, according to an internal document presented during the ongoing Apple v. Samsung trial. "Competitors have drastically improved their hardware and in some cases their ecosystems," an Apple sales team member wrote in a document for a FY2014 offsite meeting. The person also noted that all of the growth in the smartphone industry is coming from big-screen models over $300, or from devices under the $300 mark. The iPhone is neither cheap nor equipped with a large display.

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Verizon launches Samsung ATIV SE with Windows Phone 8

04/04, 2:51pm

Verizon-exclusive Windows Phone pre-orders begin, ships April 12

Verizon has quietly launched the Samsung ATIV SE on its network, and has started to accept pre-orders of the device. Just as previously rumored, the Verizon-exclusive smartphone will be shipping with Windows Phone 8 onboard instead of Windows Phone 8.1, though it is likely that Samsung will be providing an update to the newer operating system shortly after release.

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Sprint offers $350 termination fees plus trade-ins for switching

04/04, 12:14pm

Early termination fee payment, phone trade-in bonuses in Sprint promotion

Following the lead of similar promotions by T-Mobile and AT&T, Sprint is looking to poach customers to its network, by paying up to $650 per line. The carrier will provide customers switching their number to Sprint from another network and signs up for its Framily plan with two bonuses, in order to help pay for the cost of transferring to the service.

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Project Ara teaser video shows Google modular smartphone development

04/04, 10:41am

Electro-permanent magnets for Project Ara demonstrated

Google has revealed more about its Project Ara modular smartphone ahead of its first Ara Developers Conference on April 15th. A video showing the team behind the project has been posted to YouTube by PhoneBloks, demonstrating how the smartphone stays together, as well as how individual modules could have various external textures and styles.

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Tag Heuer Meridiist Infinite boasts solar-based 'perpetual power'

04/04, 7:53am

Photovoltaic film behind display charges Tag Heuer Meridiist Infinite using light

Tag Heuer has unveiled an updated version of its Meridiist luxury mobile phone, featuring what it calls a the "world's first perpetual power reserve." By using the Wysisps transparent photovoltaic film from Sunpartner behind the display, the Meridiist Infinite effectively turns the screen into a solar panel, allowing it to charge without needing to be connected to an external power source.

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Briefly: Samsung Galaxy S5 on Verizon, HTC One M8 price increases

04/04, 5:56am

Verizon starts pre-orders for Samsung Galaxy S5, adds second device offer

Verizon is making the Samsung Galaxy S5 available to pre-order, ahead of the smartphone's April 11th global release. Priced at $200 up-front on a two-year contract, or alternatively for $25.55 per month under Verizon Edge or $600 off-contract, Phone Arena reports it can be bought as a "Buy One, Get One" offer, with a second Galaxy S5, an Ativ SE, or the HTC One M8 being offered free, also on a two-year contract.

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YouTube offers 'showdown' between Touch ID and Samsung swipe reader

04/03, 11:40pm

Touch ID more reliable, but S5 swipe reader able to be used with more merchants

A new video posted to YouTube offers a head-to-head demonstration of the iPhone 5s' "Touch ID" fingerprint-recognition technology and the "swipe-style" fingerprint reader found in Samsung's Galaxy S5, its just-released latest flagship smartphone. Over the course of five minutes, the poster of the video makes clear that Touch ID, first introduced late last year, continues to offer a better overall experience. The clip covers the technical aspects of both companies' approaches.

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Briefly: iFixit and Fairphone partner, Skype for Windows 8.1 update

04/03, 10:53pm

iFixit partners with Fairphone, aims to reduce cell phone waste

Do-it-yourself repair guide company iFixit has announced its plan to partner with Dutch social enterprise Fairphone. Fairphone's aim has been to address the wastefulness and disposability of the cell phone market; Fairphone is offering a cell phone that ships with its own set of repair guides through a preinstalled iFixit app. The Fairphone sources its parts from conflict-free manufacturers, and with a published cost breakdown available for the phone, one can know exactly what is being paid for upon purchasing.

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Vine iOS, Android apps get private messaging feature

04/03, 4:27pm

Messages can be sent to non-Vine users

Twitter-owned Vine has updated its iOS and Android apps with a new direct messaging feature. The option lets people send videos privately, regardless of whether the recipient is a Vine user. People who don't have a Vine account will instead get the videos via SMS or email.

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Leak claims Samsung Galaxy S5 mini has 4.5-inch 720p display

04/03, 8:12am

Smaller version of Samsung Galaxy S5 to have 8-megapixel rear camera

Specifications for what could be the "mini" version of the Samsung Galaxy S5 have reportedly leaked, suggesting it to be a considerable improvement over the previous model. The smaller version of the Samsung flagship smartphone, previously hinted at via a user agent profile on a company server, will apparently have a 4.5-inch Super AMOLED display at a 720p resolution, and will ship with Android 4.4 onboard.

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