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Parking tickets hurt, but NYC plans to ease the ache with Apple Pay

Paying for parking tickets in New York may soon get a lot easier, thanks to Apple pay and other mobile payment systems. Now all you have to worry about is avoiding a ticket in the first place.
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ZTE’s big push into the U.S. continues with a new logo

ZTE has revealed a new logo and brand identity ahead of CES 2015, and discussed plans to boost its profile in the U.S. and in other major smartphone markets around the world.
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Samsung beats Apple in customer satisfaction for handsets

It hasn't been the best year for Samsung's smartphone unit, though thanks to the results of a poll of 70,000 U.S. consumers, it can head into 2015 with renewed hope.
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HTC’s next Desire phone may take great selfies, and launch at CES 2015

HTC may launch a new Desire phone at CES 2015. The Desire A52 is rumored to be a selfie phone with two great cameras and bright color combinations. So far, it looks like it will a launch in Asia.
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Qualcomm teases new Snapdragon-powered phone, and it could be the G Flex 2

Qualcomm has taken to Twitter and teased the arrival of a new smartphone. It hasn't named the mysterious device, but a picture hints it will boast a set of rear mounted controls - a familiar characteristic of modern LG phones.
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New image hints at Snapdragon-powered LG G Flex 2 coming to CES 2015

The LG G Flex was one of last year's most interesting new smartphones, and now rumors are spreading LG will announce a sequel in the not too distant future. Here's what we've been hearing about the new device.
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Kodak focuses on Android-powered smartphone cameras

Kodak announced a partnership with the Bullitt Group to license Android-powered smartphones and tablets aimed at tech-averse consumers. The devices will be easy to use and focus on camera features and photo sharing.
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Hacker replicate politician’s fingerprint to warn of biometric security dangers

A hacker has replicated a German politician's fingerprint to fool Touch ID on the iPhone and other biometric sensors, by using just a regular camera and some off-the-shelf imaging software.
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The Galaxy A5 may edge out expensive Galaxy Alpha to become Samsung’s top metal phone

Samsung may be ready to phase out the metal Galaxy Alpha smartphone, and instead push the less expensive Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A3 as premium alternatives to cheaper hardware from its Chinese rivals.
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Updated: Can’t log into Twitter on Android or TweetDeck? You’re not alone

Can't log into Twitter or having issues on Tweetdeck? You're not alone. Twitter is having a strange outage involving two specific applications, though is working to fix the problem.
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From health to home, your phone will keep tabs on everything in 2015

How much will your phone change next year? Here are five exciting things we’re excited about in the mobile world for 2015.