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Magazine reader Issuu joins the Android Army, offers 15 million publications

Issuu is known for its high-quality presentation of magazines and newspapers. But only now is the platform going native on mobile. Issuu is making its Android debut.

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The LG G Flex is coming to AT&T on January 24 for $300

The curved, self-healing LG G Flex Android phone is coming to AT&T on January 24 for $300, joining its Sprint and T-Mobile release in early 2014.

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New Google Glass app ‘Sex with Glass’ sees, records everything (in bed)

Let's face it - there's always an app for everything. Sex with Glass is a companion for you and your partner during your most intimate moments. It records both people having sex and can even play music for you.

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10 tips to get more from your Sony Xperia Z1S

Sony’s latest super-phone has landed stateside and it’s packing the best camera on the Android scene. In this roundup we offer owners some nifty Xperia Z1S tips and reveal some of the less obvious features and functionality to deliver the best experience…

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Galaxy Note 3 begins Android 4.4 rollout, will proceed like molasses to a phablet near you

Samsung's latest phablet, the Galaxy Note 3, is starting to get its update to Android 4.4 KitKat, adding some helpful features to the device.

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Google’s Chrome for Mobile update may reduce data usage by 50 percent

Definitely useful for anyone that's concerned about using too much data while on LTE, the new version of Google Chrome for Mobile reduces data usage substantially through compression.

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California driver ticketed for wearing Google Glass found not guilty

Potentially a small win for residents of California that own Google Glass, a woman recently cited for wearing the futuristic device while driving was able to get the ticket dismissed in court.

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Ascend Mate 2 vs. Galaxy Note 3 vs. G Flex: Let the 2014 phablet wars begin!

We compare the Huawei Ascend Mate 2 against its top competitors, the Galaxy Note 3 from Samsung and the LG G Flex from LG. Which is the best phablet of early 2014? Find out here.

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NSA collected 200 million text messages every day, called it a ‘goldmine’

Following revelations earlier this week that the National Security Agency has accessed some 100,000 computers using secret radio waves, leaked documents show that US spies have indiscriminately collected nearly 200 million text messages a day from people…

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The dream begins: Scratch Wireless is offering free smartphone talk service over Wi-Fi

If you used Wi-Fi for all your data, voice calls, and text messages, then you wouldn’t have to pay a carrier for access to its cellular network. That’s the premise behind Scratch Wireless, which is offering a free cellphone service for select customers.

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The super secure Blackphone could put an end to paranoid Androids

A new highly secure Android smartphone has been announced. It's called the Blackphone and it's a joint project between Geeksphone and security experts Silent Circle, with its official debut expected to come at MWC 2014 in February.

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Google gives the Motorola Moto G the Google Play Edition treatment, starts at $180

Google has added another Google Play Edition smartphone to its ranks, and this time instead of another high-spec flagship phone, it's the bargain Motorola Moto G.

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Cheaper Sony Xperia phones are coming, but they’re not for US

Sony's just launched two new smartphones for emerging markets – the more advanced 6-inch Xperia T2 Ultra phablet with a quad-core 1.4 GHz processor and 13-megapixel camera, and the more affordable 4-inch Xperia E1 geared toward music fans.

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Xperia Z1 Compact vs. iPhone 5S vs. Moto X: Battle of the small phones

Sony Xperia Z1 Compact showed up at CES 2014 and impressed. But how does it stack up against the flagship phones already on the market? We check the specs of the new Sony handheld along with the Moto X and iPhone 5S to find out.

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