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1 week ago

T-Mobile announces new plans for businesses, starting at $16 a line

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T-Mobile has announced its latest Un-carrier move, this one aimed at businesses.

T-Mobile will offer businesses plans with unlimited talk and text, with 1GB of data included, for $16 a month for 10 to 19 lines.

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1 week ago

Weekly Photo Contest: Breakfast

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We're always told breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and this week it'll be the most important meal to photograph if you want a shot at winning the photo contest. We want to see the best pictures you can snag related to your morning meal of choice — we're sure there will be plenty of great shots this week.

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1 week ago

Watch T-Mobile's latest Uncarrier event here at 10 a.m. PDT/1 p.m. EDT!

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Up next, folks, is T-Mobile's latest "Uncarrier" event. This one's been branded "A real piece of work," so we'll have to see what John Legere & Co. have up their sleeves.

Strap in. It should be good.

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1 week ago

OnePlus One prices increasing in Europe starting March 25 thanks to exchange rates

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The falling value of the Euro will drive up the price of the OnePlus One starting on March 25 across Europe.

OnePlus has made the tough decision to raise the cost of the OnePlus One across Europe as the Euro continues to drop in value. New pricing will go into affect on March 25, which leaves one more Tuesday of open sales before the increase.

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1 week ago

Motion Tennis for Android is here for all the racket swinging you ever need

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Rolecule Games has been creating innovative games for the iPhone and Apple TV for a while now, and finally, the first of them has made the leap to Android and Chromecast. Motion Tennis is a tennis game you play across both devices with the motion of swinging your hand with your phone in it simulating the movements in the game.

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1 week ago

HTC One M9 launching in the U.S. from April 10

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The HTC One M9's U.S. release date has been revealed.

During the company's Uh-oh presentation on YouTube, HTC Americas president Jason Mackenzie announced that the HTC One M9 will begin to hit the U.S. market from April 10.

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1 week ago

Watch HTC's 'Uh-oh' video presentation live

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HTC's special presentation begins at 9 a.m. PDT.

This morning HTC announced Uh-oh protection, the next evolution of its old HTC Advantage program, which gives HTC One M9 buyers in the U.S. a year of free cover against accidental damage. Following up on this morning's announcement, HTC Americas president Jason Mackenzie will be taking questions as part of a live video presentation, streamed on YouTube. Check past the break to watch the live video!

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1 week ago

iRig 2 mobile guitar interface launches with better sound, more flexibility

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IK Multimedia has announced that iRig 2, their followup to their successful guitar interface for mobile devices, is now shipping.

iRig 2 aims to provide better sound quality and increased flexibility over its predecessor. The interface still plugs into the headphone jack on your Android device, letting you send your guitar's signals to compatible apps.

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1 week ago

Announcing the 'Weekly Photo Contest: Event' winners!

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Our photo contests themselves aren't exactly big events, but this week we were looking for pictures of events that you were a part of. We ended up with lots of great entries this week, and we narrowed it down to just two that are going to take home prizes this week. Read along with us and see the winning entries.

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1 week ago

How to get March Madness scores with Google Now

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The Big Dance is just beginning ...

And while there are apps aplenty to keep bracket-makers and die-hard fans watching and trash-talking, not all of us need that. Some of us just want to see how far our local team has gotten so far. Some of us just need a quick way to find out what channel the next good game's going to be on. Some of us just want a quick way to get the score and then get on with our lives.

Some of us just need Google Now.

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1 week ago

HTC puts even more fun into its M8 and M9 Dot View Cases

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HTC in the past few days has released a few new Android apps ahead of the global release of the HTC One M9, and it's updated a number of its current apps for it and the HTC One M8 as well. Leading the way is the addition of three new features for the Dot View Case.

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1 week ago

Opera Software and Gameloft partner to bring games to emerging markets

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Emerging markets have been a target for many Android manufacturers, and today Gameloft and Opera Software have partnered to continue the push on the software side.

Mobile browser company Opera Software and popular game publisher Gameloft have announced a new partnership that will allow distribution of games to devices in emerging markets. The new partnership will put Gameloft titles in the Opera Mobile Store which currently has around 300,000 apps and games already available and supports 7,500 different devices from feature phones to smartphones.

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1 week ago

Outlook Preview for Android update lets you sync address books and more

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Microsoft has released a big update to its Outlook email app for Android devices, adding in a number of new features including a way for the user to sync their address books.

Microsoft first released the Outlook Android preview in late January, and this 1.1 update includes a solid list of new features and improvements.

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1 week ago

Samsung Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge UK pre-orders commence on March 20

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Samsung today announced that pre-orders of the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge in the UK will commence on March 20, ahead of the April 10 release date.

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1 week ago

HTC 'Uh-oh' is official: Free 12 months of accidental damage protection for U.S. M9 buyers

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HTC expands upon 'Advantage' in the U.S. with a new, free service for M9 owners covering screen and water damage, as well as carrier switching — or get $100 off the next HTC One.

We brought you the first details of HTC's upcoming "Uh-oh" service yesterday, and now it's official. HTC USA will expand its "Advantage" program to cover new HTC One M9 devices for a full year after purchase.

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