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Sprint vs. AT&T vs. Verizon vs. T-Mobile: Who has the best family plan? (Updated)

Picking the best family plan for your needs can be extremely difficult. We've gone through all the plans from T-Mobile, AT&T, and Verizon to help you decide which one is best for you.

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Archos unveils new Diamond Tab, an octa-core tablet at an affordable price

Ahead of the IFA tech show in Berlin, French electronics company Archos has unveiled the Diamond Tab, a 7.9-inch budget tablet with LTE connectivity. In terms of specs, it stacks favorably against the competition.

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Huawei’s Honor 7, with a fingerprint sensor and 20MP camera, goes on sale in the UK

Huawei has launched the Honor 7, its latest all-metal Android phone, that features a 5.2-inch screen, an octa-core processor, and a massive 20-megapixel camera. Here's everything you need to know about it.

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Make your wallet hate you by getting your Galaxy Note 5 or S6 Edge Plus dipped in gold

Vietnamese gold-plating shop Karalux is back at it with its 24K gold treatment, this time with the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus. You can either buy handset in gold or you can send in either handset and have it turned to gold.

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Samsung Galaxy O7 leaked specs in benchmark

A new leak has revealed most of the specifications for the Galaxy O7, the newest smartphone from Samsung reportedly launching later this year. It is one of Samsung's budget smartphones to win over customers from Asia and Africa.

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Former Apple CEO John Sculley Launches Two Low-Cost Android Smartphones

After failing to win over Indian customers, Obi Worldphone has returned to San Francisco and intends to sell low-cost Android devices to all customers around the world. With a bigger emphasis on design and performance this time, can Obi succeed?

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18 annoying OnePlus One problems, and how to fix them

What happens when one plus one doesn’t equal two? You’ve got a problem. We’ve identified the most common OnePlus One problems right here and tracked down the workarounds and potential fixes that you need to deal.

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How to sign-up for Samsung Pay Beta in the U.S. right now

Samsung Pay aims to rival Apple Pay and Google Wallet in the mobile payment space. The system works with NFC and verifies payments with your fingerprint. If you have a Samsung phone, you may be able to try the Beta program out right now.

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Xperia Z5 News: Rumors point to a Xperia Z5 Premium with a mega 4K display

Sony may have only recently announced the Xperia Z3+, Xperia Z4, and the Xperia Z4V, but there are now rumors of a family of Xperia Z5 devices being revealed before the end of 2015. Here's everything we think we know about them.

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Wileyfox brings Cyanogen to two mid-range phones for a great price

UK startup Wileyfox has announced two new smartphones running the popular Cyanogen 12.1 ROM, named the Storm and Swift. Both will be available for under $350 and come with premium specifications.

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Lenovo plans to hand the reigns of its phone business over to Motorola

Lenovo might be planning to merge its own mobile division into Motorola, allowing the executives of its subsidiary, which it acquired in January 2014, to call the shots in the mobile market.

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The super-thin Galaxy Tab S2 arrives in the U.S. on Sept 3, Here’s where you can buy one

You can finally get your hands on the super-thin Galaxy Tab S2 next month. Whether it's the Wi-Fi or the Wi-Fi/LTE version you're looking for, we give you the lowdown on where you can get one starting September 3.

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Did Sony just tease the Xperia Z5 on Twitter?

It appears Sony may be continuing its awkward bi-yearly flagship smartphone launch schedule, if a new tweet hinting at the Xperia Z5 coming to IFA 2015 is to be believed. The company will reveal all during the IFA tech show next week.

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Cheap doesn’t have to mean dull, just look at this colorful smartphone from China

This cute, colorful smartphone comes from China and is surprisingly cheap at the equivalent of $140, proving low-cost doesn't have to mean dull and boring, plus it still has a strong specification.

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Google patents a system for cars that maps potholes

Google has patented a system for cars capable of automatically detecting potholes in roads. It relies on a combination of GPS and motion detectors to pinpoint damaged cement.

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