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Nokia X snags 1 million pre-orders in China, after just four days

After just four days, the Nokia X has already landed 1 million pre-orders for the Nokia X in China. Read on for more details!
by Andrew GrushMarch 14, 20148

Amazon game controller spotted in Brazil, evidence of Amazon gaming set-top box?

Thanks to a new filing with the Brazilian equivalent of the FCC, we get a look at an Amazon-branded game controller that could be meant for a set-top box.
by Andrew GrushMarch 14, 20143

Samsung’s new Ultrasonic phone cover guides the visually impaired

Samsung announced today three new smartphone accessories that could improve the life of people with visual impairment, including an ultrasonic cover that alerts users of the presence of ...
by Bogdan PetrovanMarch 14, 20144

Samsung Galaxy S5 Zoom specs leaked, features a 20 Megapixel camera

The specs for Samsung’s Galaxy S5 Zoom (SM-C115) have been revealed via benchmark site GFXBench. The device will feature a hexa-core Exynos CPU and a 20 megapixel camera.
by Robert TriggsMarch 14, 20147

Crazy Taxi free-to-play sequel on its way, original game free for limited time

Today Sega announced a free-to-play sequel of Crazy Taxi is on its way, dubbed Crazy Taxi: City Rush. Meanwhile, the original is free for a limited time.
by Andrew GrushMarch 14, 20143

New Samsung S Band fitness tracker spotted

A few slides from a Samsung sales guide for the Galaxy S5 have appeared online, detailing what Samsung has planned for its new S Band fitness tracker.
by Robert TriggsMarch 14, 20141

Intel’s Dual-OS platform in trouble, Asus Transformer Duet reportedly canceled

According to a new report from the WSJ, Asus has now canceled the Transformer Book Duet due to pressure from Google and Microsoft.
by Andrew GrushMarch 14, 201426

Google Play Store update rolling out, in-app purchases take center stage

Google is rolling out an update to the Google Play Store app - In-app purchase permissions and password protection settings lead the way, some design tweaks, text changes and, we're ...
by Jonathan FeistMarch 14, 201412

S Note, S Health, and other Galaxy S5 apps available for download

Several apps from the Galaxy S5 were extracted and made available for download on the XDA-Developers forum. The applications received a facelift on the Galaxy S5, sporting a flatter, ...
by Bogdan PetrovanMarch 14, 201412

Samsung Galaxy S4 Black Edition arrives to the UK, is it too late?

Phones 4U customers in the UK can now purchase the Samsung Galaxy S4 Black Edition, faux leather wrapping and all. The S4 Black Edition began rolling out earlier this year with Russia ...
by Jonathan FeistMarch 14, 201411
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