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T-Mobile Jump plans are a bad deal thanks to new rules

T-Mobile has dramatically changed its policy with the radical Jump upgrade policy. After Feb. 23 users must pay for half the device before upgrading, though it does allow upgrading as often as you like and includes tablets as qualified devices.

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Don’t miss a text: Pushbullet syncs Android notifications to your PC

Ever feel completely out of the loop without your phone in hand? Pushbullet mirrors notifications from your phone and puts them right on your computer screen so even when your phone isn't near by, you won't miss a thing.

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No joke: This ‘RIP Flappy Bird’ t-shirt costs $10,000

If you thought paying $100,000 for an iPhone loaded with Flappy Bird was idiotic, wait till you get a load of this: T-Shirts.com has just released a “RIP Flappy Bird” t-shirt that costs $10,000. Really.

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You can now play a Sesame Street Flappy Bird clone, and it’s addictive

In case you thought the dozens of other Flappy Bird clones were enough, Sesame Street has made one too - they call it Flappy Bert. It's a fun little clone that we're guessing is its way of joining in on all the Flappy Bird fun.

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2 million smartwatches were sold last year, and Galaxy Gear is leading

The latest research shows nearly two million smartwatches were sold during 2013, with Android and Samsung's Galaxy Gear taking a high percentage of the sales.

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LG can’t keep anything a secret, confirms G2 Mini for MWC 2014 launch

LG has almost confirmed the G2 Mini smartphone will launch at Mobile World Congress, after teasing the device on its official Facebook page.

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Mobilligy lets you pay all your bills in one place, and on time

We've all missed a bill before, and it's a terrible feeling to have. Mobilligy makes sure it never happens again. The free app helps you stay on top of upcoming bills by providing regular reminders and allowing you to pay from in app.

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An iPhone 5S with Flappy Bird installed is going for $100,000 on eBay

Call in the loony squad. After Flappy Bird was pulled from the App Store, iPhones and Android devices with the game installed are going for thousands of dollars on eBay. One iPhone 5 is selling for more than $90,000.

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Verizon gets the Nexus 7 in time to geek up our Valentine’s Day

Verizon's LTE network is officially Nexus 7 friendly in time for Valentine's Day. The carrier is making Google's tablet available starting this week. There were ways to get it working unofficially, but this is the first officially availability

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TicketLeap lets you cash in on your shindigs with DIY ticket sales

We trey out and speak to the creators of TicketLeap, a new service that's trying to take online ticketing to the next level with a new mobile-first design and ticketing engine.

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Mozilla’s Firefox Launcher wants to show you the apps you want, when you want them

Mozilla has announced the forthcoming availability of Firefox Launcher, a replacement homescreen app for Android, which uses contextual search technology to predict the apps you want, when you want them.

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Facebook debuts open-source Android security tool that encrypts data on SD cards

Facebook decided to share security software it developed to protect its Android app from malware, which encrypts the data stores on MicroSD cards used by phones and tablets. The decision to open-source is good news for other developers.

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