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Samsung shows off Galaxy S5 HDR camera performance from 'Sunrise to Sunset'

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In a short film titled Sunrise to Sunset, Samsung is highlighting the strength of the Galaxy S5's camera, in particular shooting videos in HDR mode. Shot in Trieste, Italy, the video shows that Samsung was able to pull out great colors and details in some pretty hard shots, like those with dark shadows lit by a bright background, a great function of the HDR mode.

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Leaked Samsung Gear VR Manager software reveals dock to connect Galaxy phones

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It appears that Samsung's rumored Google Glass competitor, the Gear VR, would come with a companion software that resides on your Galaxy smartphone to allow you to connect and pair your phone to the head-worn connected glasses. The latest leaks show that Samsung is creating a software dubbed Gear VR Manager that would allow the Gear VR to pair and connect to your Samsung-made smartphone.

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1 day ago

Madefire finally brings its digital comic book reader and store to Android

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Madefire, a company that sells digital comics from DC, IDW, Dark Horse and other publishers, has finally released an app for Android devices via Google Play that could serve to give Amazon's ComiXology app a run for its money.

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OneNote arrives on Kindle Fire and Fire Phone

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Rocking a Kindle Fire or will you soon have a Fire phone? Then you're going to want to check out the new OneNote app that Microsoft just released. OneNote is Microsoft's cloud-based note-taking application and service that syncs your notes across every device you own. It's now available for free in the Amazon Appstore for Android.

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Minnesota Vikings wearing Google Glass during camp

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Training camp for the Minnesota Vikings is underway, and while they're getting down to business, football fans will be able to enjoy a first-person view thanks to Google Glass. There aren't too many details just yet about how we'll be able to catch the show just yet.

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1 day ago

Chrome 37 beta for Android released with Material Design update and more

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Google has released the beta version of Chrome 37 for Android, which has some Material Design updates and more for the web browser.

The change log includes:

  • Material Design updates
  • Simplified sign-in
  • Lots of bug fixes and performance improvements!

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1 day ago

You can save up to $125 right now on an off-contract Moto X

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Motorola is having a back-to-school sale on the Moto X, allowing you to save up to $125 on a new, non-contract device. You can now snag a 16GB version for $299, 32GB for $325, or a 64GB for $375. Moto Maker is in full effect here as well, so you can design your own device and won't get stuck with something impersonal.

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1 day ago

Xbox One SmartGlass beta updated with game purchase feature and more

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Microsoft has updated the Xbox One SmartGlass beta app for Android devices in the Google Play Store, adding a number of new features for people who also own the console, including a way to remotely purchase digital games for the Xbox One.

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Moto G on Android 4.4.4: Get to grips with the new update on the AC forums!

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Motorola's Moto G recently made the jump to Android 4.4.4 KitKat in some countries, and over on the Android Central Moto G forums, our community members are getting to grips with the update, which adds a new dialer app, Motorola Alert and video recording tweaks.

Here's a quick breakdown of some of the top threads for Android 4.4.4 on the Moto G right now...

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1 day ago

Google offers Chromecast users three free months of All Access

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Google has is celebrating the one-year anniversary of everyone's favorite dongle, Chromecast, by offering up All Access subscriptions free for 90 days. That means current Chromecast owners can forego the $9.99/month fee and rock out for three months straight, saving $30 in total. If you pick up a new Chromescast and take advantage of the offer, math tells us that it will only cost you $5 in the end — not a bad price for a new toy.

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