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Sprint, Cricket, Virgin Mobile USA and Boost Mobile sign up to sell HTC Desire 510 [Canada too]

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HTC has just announced that the Desire 510 will be coming soon to Sprint, Cricket, Virgin Mobile USA and Boost Mobile. The LTE-enabled HTC Desire 510 was announced yesterday as a new mid-range smartphone. The device was announced with worldwide availability, but HTC didn't specify which carriers. Now we know who will pick it up here in the U.S.

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7 min ago

Announcing the 'Weekly Photo Contest: Bridges' winners!

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Another week, another fantastic photo contest that yielded great entries from dozens of different members in our forums. This week's contest was looking for your best bridge photos, and the entries this week didn't disappoint. We narrowed things down to just two winners, which you can find here.

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24 min ago

Sony website slip mentions upcoming Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact

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Yet another mention of the Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact has slipped out leading up to IFA. This time it's dab smack on Sony's existing Xperia Z2 tablet product page under the Screen section. It explains how "with IPS technology, the Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact offers an improved viewing angle. So you get super sharp images and accurate colours, no matter which angle you're looking at your device from."

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58 min ago

Poll: Will the 'black bar' keep you from buying a Moto 360?

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Moto 360

As we near the official release of the Moto 360 next week, speculation and parsing of the little information we have has gone rampant. While we don't know a whole lot about the watch — even though we've held it in our own hands — we do know that the big sore spot for many is the so-called "black bar" at the bottom of the display. A seemingly-necessary bit of technology is smushed down at the bottom of the Moto 360's display, and while it doesn't actually take much away from the experience, it sure is hard to miss once you've noticed it.

With the launch date approaching, we really want to know what you think — will the black bar on the bottom of the Moto 360's display keep you from picking up this otherwise-attractive smartwatch? Be sure to vote in our poll.

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1 hour ago

Sonic CD and Super Monkey Ball added to Humble Sega Mobile Bundle

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Sega has added two more games, Sonic CD and Super Monkey Ball, to the six previous titles that are included in the Android-based Humble Sega Mobile Bundle, making an already terrific deal on a group of games even better.

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2 hours ago

Report: Apple to invent smartwatches on September 9

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Or something like that. A usually impeccable source, John Paczkowski at re/code, says that Apple's reported September 9 event for the new iPhone will also see the launch of Apple's first wearable.

If you're curious be sure to keep an eye on our sister site, iMore, for full and proper coverage. Before then though we'll be seeing a bunch of potentially awesome Android Wear smartwatches next week at IFA and beyond. And for that, you're already in the best place.

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3 hours ago

HTC One Mini 2 versus Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini

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HTC One Mini 2, Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini

How do HTC and Samsung's miniature flagships measure up?

The vast number of mid-range Android devices on the market means there's no shortage of choice for those wanting a smaller, less expensive handset. This year, both HTC and Samsung have fielded "mini" versions of their popular high-end offerings in this form factor, both with 4.5-inch displays and similar hardware loadouts.

As is the case at the high end, HTC and Samsung's mid-level offerings reflect the differences in the two companies' approaches to smartphone design. HTC leads with a flashy metallic chassis and carefully considered software; Samsung is all about expandability and features — what the phone can do more than how it looks.

So it's time to pit these mid-range "minis" against each other. Joins us after the break to see how the Galaxy S5 Mini and HTC One Mini 2 compare.

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3 hours ago

Pandora Google Glass app lets users stream music to their eyewear

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Google has added support for the Pandora Internet radio service to Google Glass, enabling current owners to access streaming music and listen to it on their eyewear via a newly released MyGlass app.

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3 hours ago

Asphalt 8 adds Dubai courses and new cars

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Asphalt 8's latest update hit the Google Play Store today, packing new courses set in Dubai, five new cars, and a whole new season with 74 events. Other updates since launch have added courses in China, added new multiplayer events, and tons of new cars. If you haven't given Asphalt 8 a shot since it came out, it's worth giving another go.

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