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Hold this to your face: Huawei just unveiled a 7-inch phone

Huawei has never shied away from big screens, but what the company brought to Mobile World Congress 2014 was the first of its kind: A 7-inch screen smartphone. The MediaPad X1 is the largest smartphone we've seen.

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Huawei gets fit with its first wristband

Huawei brought plenty of new technology to Mobile World Congress, including its foray into wearable tech with the TalkBand, a smart wristband capable of making calls and tracking fitness and health performance.

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Google’s LG smartwatch coming in June, say latest rumors

Find out the latest buzz around Google's long-awaited smartwatch, including its rumored manufacturer, a possible launch date and details of how the device will operate once it finally appears.

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New Android phones must run KitKat, says Google memo

Google's fight against fragmentation continues: A leaked directive from the company that says new devices must run the most recent version of Android after a nine-month window has passed.

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HTC Desire 8 reveals itself in leaked press photos

Thanks to several press renders on HTC's Weibo page, as well as leaked specifications, we have a pretty good idea of what the HTC Desire 8 is. Read on to learn more about the device's specs.

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MWC 2014 Rumors and News: Samsung smartwatches, Nokia X dominate final rumors

The Mobile World Congress is approaching fast and MWC 2014 is sure to deliver some surprises. We take a look at the hottest rumors and stir up our expectations in time for Barcelona’s mobile tech extravaganza.

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This app turns your “useless” old Android phone or tablet into a baby monitor

Got an old Android phone or tablet lying around? Dormi will turn it into an effective baby monitor for just $7. Read on to learn more about Dormi and how it works here.

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Archos gets anxious, unveils its tablets and phones ahead of MWC

Archos is showing off its Mobile World Congress lineup before the show starts, which is comprised of a tablet and three budget smartphones. The selling point: They're all really cheap.

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Google rumored to drop Nexus 7, introduce Nexus 8 with new version of Android in July

This year's Google I/O conference may be a disappointment if you're expecting news on the next version of Android, and the announcement of a new tablet, should a new report prove correct.

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Google Project Tango lets your phone map your surroundings in 3D

Google's Advanced Technology and Projects Group pulled the wraps off its latest initiative Thursday – Project Tango – involving an advanced Android handset with highly customized hardware and software capable of tracking the full 3D motion of the device.

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Samsung unleashes more attack ads at the iPad and iPhone

Samsung has launched a series of new ads bashing the iPad Air and iPhone 5S, criticizing the iPhone's small screen and the iPad's inability to perform two tasks at once.

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Facebook buys WhatsApp for $19 billion – yes, billion

If you thought $1 billion for Instagram was crazy, then this will blow your freakin’ mind: Facebook announced late Wednesday that it has acquired messaging app WhatsApp for $19 billion. Yes, that’s billion, with a “b.”

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Which is the best carrier in your area? Glove for Android might help

Glove for Android helps you find out what is the best carrier in your location by monitoring where you go, what you do, and more, and then comparing it to crowdsourced data to give you an end result.

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Galaxy S5 will scoff at water and dust, according to rumors

Samsung's Galaxy S5 will be announced later this month, and new rumors point toward a fingerprint sensor and waterproof design, which would put it in line with top competitors.

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BBM now works on Android phones running Gingerbread

Last month BlackBerry said it'd soon launch BBM for Android phones running Gingerbread and on Tuesday it made good on its promise. With more than 20 percent of the world's Android phones still running v. 2.3, the app's user base could receive quite a boost.

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