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Galaxy S8 or LG G6: which are you most looking forward to?

by Robert Triggs 10 hours ago49 comments

Is launching an Android One phone in the US a good idea?

by John Callaham 1 day ago31 comments

The current state of custom ROM development

by Dane O'Leary 1 day ago32 comments

Meizu M3 Max review

by Bailey Stein 1 day ago2 comments
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Samsung Pay may soon support phone-to-phone payments

Apple Pay may be dominating the mobile payments market at the moment but a new startup means Samsung Pay could soon be the future of all payments.
by Nirave GondhiaNovember 6, 20156

Nextbit to become an Android phone maker

San Francisco-based startup Nextbit has announced plans to switch from being a cloud-based services and solutions provider to making its own Android phone.
by Nirave GondhiaJuly 28, 20155

WSJ: Xiaomi worth more than $45 billion after most recent funding campaign

As Xiaomi's parent company finishes yet another whirlwind round of capital-creating campaigning, the Wall Street Journal has indicated it's valued at $45B.
by Matthew BensonDecember 22, 20144

With Jetpac acquired by Google, will we get improved context in image searches?

Google has been on a string of acquisitions, snapping up tech startups that have the potential to either gain traction or to contribute their intellectual property to the ...
by J. Angelo RacomaAugust 18, 201410
 
 

MindRDR is mind-control for your Google Glass

Wouldn't it be cool to control Google Glass or other wearable devices just by thinking of a command in your mind? An open-source app called MindRDR might just be the solution.
by J. Angelo RacomaJuly 11, 20149

Normal’s 3D-printed custom headphones ensure a perfect fit

Music is a very personal thing — from your choice of genres, artists and even equipment. Cost permitting, one would usually want the best audio equipment possible. Not ...
by J. Angelo RacomaJuly 8, 20143
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