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AT&T Partners With Volvo in the US and Canada Bringing Wireless Capability

Automobiles are becoming more and more connected every day. What was originally optional features in select cars seem to be finding themselves in a variety of makes and models. Volvo, a popular Swedish car manufacturer has developed a reputation of having well connected cars on top of their already high safety standards. US wireless carrier […]
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CyanogenMod’s new theme engine source code available

A couple of weeks ago we mentioned some of the changes we can expect in the future for CyanogenMod’s iconic Theme Chooser, though if you wanted to try the alpha build for yourself you’d have to have a Galaxy Nexus GSM edition (maguro), a Nexus 4, Nexus 5 or a Motorola Flipout (ok, not really […]
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Attach auto-saved photos to Gmail desktop client

Google announced via their Gmail blog some added functionality for adding photos to messages. Now users can upload pictures that have been backed up thanks to their auto-backup feature, and the desktop version of Gmail allows for them to be sent via email. Some of us still use the desktop to send emails, so for […]
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Review: HTC One (M8)

HTC may not be in the best shape according to their financial standings but that’s not going to stop them from producing the next iteration in the One series, the One (M8). HTC has keep the overall design from last year’s One (M7) and simply improved on what went well for them, and hopefully squashed […]
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Google Keyboard updated with improved suggestions

It’s Thursday and a day late. Google usually seems to update their apps on Wednesdays, but Google Keyboard received an update today and has some  improvements for you. In today’s update, you’ll see improved suggestions and corrections by using data from your Google apps and services (such as your G+ posts). Also, some keypress popup […]
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AT&T, Verizon and Sprint block Galaxy S5 download booster

It’s the same old script: a major manufacturer releases a new flagship and carriers in the United States become the only ones in the known universe to purposely gimp the phone. The latest episode involves AT&T, Verizon and Sprint (notably the “Un-carrier” is absent from the list – they’ve rarely meddled with flagship phones anyway). […]
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OnePlus punks Samsung’s Galaxy S5 yet again

Some would say “oh no they didn’t!” after reading the latest announcement from OnePlus on Thursday, in which a spec comparison is made between the coming OnePlus One and Samsung’s Galaxy S5 (no Band-Aids this time though). The brash upstart continues to take shots at larger manufacturers to generate hype for its upcoming flagship, the […]
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