LG Isai FL leaks again, this time in pink, specs in tow

When the LG Isai FL for Japanese telecom KDDI leaked earlier this week, we were excited about the clues it may offer about what LG may have in store for us with the successor to the highly praised LG G2 and maybe even what the Nexus 6 may present.

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Cortana is already doing stuff around the house, controlling the lights, what’s next?

With the announcement of Windows Phone 8.1 at Microsoft Build 2014 came the formal introduction of Cortana, the digital assistant for Windows Phone that is more than just a basic task handler.

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Beats Music updates its Apple iPhone app to add in-app subscriptions

Streaming music app Beats Music has updated its iPhone app to include in-app subscriptions. Previously, anyone wanting to pay $10 a month for the service, had to subscribe outside of the app

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Consumer Reports: Smartphone theft in the US doubled last year

If there is any silver lining to the smartphone loss figures released by Consumer Reports, it is that despite the growth of the smartphone market, we are not actually losing that many more compared to 2012. Smartphone losses in 2012, meaning devices that were not recovered, numbered approximately 1.2 million devices.

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Verizon’s LG G2 receives Android 4.4.2 via OTA update

Early Friday, we showed Verizon customers with the LG G2, how to update their phone to Android 4.4.2 by syncing to a WindowsPC. But that is no longer necessary. Verizon has started sending out the 4.4.2 version of Android via an OTA update

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Nike gives FuelBand team the boot, will no longer make wearable tech

Nike is apparently saying, “Just Don’t,” to its wearable hardware team which produced products like the Nike+ FuelBand SE fitness tracker.

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What can Ultra Power Saving Mode in the Samsung Galaxy S5 do for you? Watch this

We have all been there. It has been a really busy day and we’ve been power-using our device for hours, then it happens, the dreaded notification that your battery is about to go kaput, leaving you in a lurch.

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Gold-colored smartphones – hot or not?

You may have noticed that major smartphone makers recently started to release golden versions of their flagship handsets. Not golden as in plated in gold (although some of these exist as well), but just colored in various hues of gold.

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Samsung reveals 10 hidden features on the Samsung Galaxy S5

Part of the pleasure, or fun, of owning a high-end smartphone is finding out all of the little things that it can do.

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Samsung Galaxy S5 available at MetroPCS starting today

MetroPCS today announced the availability of Samsung’s new Galaxy S5 smartphone – one week after the flagship handset was released by all major mobile carriers in the US, including T-Mobile (MetroPCS’ parent company). MetroPCS customers should be able to find the Galaxy S5 in stores, as well as online. The smartphone can be paired with MetroPCS’ unlimited plans starting at $40 per month, and costs $649.00 plus tax – which seems to be $10 lower than what T-Mobile is asking for an S5 sans contract

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