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Here’s Two More Samsung Phones You Probably Shouldn’t (And Can’t) Buy

The latest things to dance out of Samsung’s hyperactive R&D department are the A5 and A3, a pair of all-metal, super-thin phones aimed at teenagers. However, they’re also "optimized for social networking" and feature a "5MP Camera For Unmatched Selfies", which probably mean that they’ll be terrible. Read more… Continue Reading from the Source

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Motorola Droid Turbo

Sitting in between the new Moto X and the Nexus 6, the Droid Turbo has a crazy 5.2″ 2560×1440 AMOLED display backed up by a 3900 mAh battery. It also has a 2.7GHz Snapdragon 805 CPU and 3GB RAM. Coming to Verizon on 10/30. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Find Battery Saving Tips for Almost Any Phone Model with This Index

Smartphone battery life is getting better over time, but there’s still plenty of things you can do to help keep your pocket-dwelling life assistant alive. This comprehensive index includes a wide range of battery-saving tips for models from Apple, Samsung, Blackberry, HTC, Huawei, LG, Motorola, Sony, Nokia, and even Amazon. Read more… Continue Reading from [...]

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Go Download iOS 8.1 Right Now

It may look the same, but iOS 8.1 is shoving some major new additions into your pocket—the most anticipated of which is, of course, Apple Pay. So backup all your goodies, because you can officially download the new update in iTunes right now. Read more… Continue Reading from the Source

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Google Nexus 6

Unofficially the Moto X’s big brother, the Nexus 6 has a 5.96″ 2560×1440 AMOLED display, a 13mp rear camera with optical image stabilization, a 3220mAh battery and will be one of the first devices to launch with Android 5.0 Lollipop. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Your Phone Could Become Part of the World’s Largest Telescope

If you could enlist your smartphone to become part of an earth-sized telescope searching for the source of cosmic rays, would you? Researchers at University of California are hoping you’d say yes—they’ve developed an app that will leverage the power of one million smartphone cameras to answer one of the great questions about our universe. [...]

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