Joshua Sherman

Joshua Sherman

Joshua Sherman is a contributor for Digital Trends who writes about all things mobile from Apple to Zynga. Josh pulls his knowledge from years of experience using smartphones and tablets of all shapes and sizes, and has had his content featured on other top sites like MakeUseOf. Josh is a student at Vassar College.

Samsung has unpacked its new Galaxy S5, here’s everything you need to know

At Samsung's Unpacked event on Monday, the company finally unveiled the new Galaxy S5 smartphone. Here's everything you need to know about the new flagship smartphone. Note: it's not a huge hardware upgrade, but there's quite a few new features

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Sandisk crams 128GB into a microSD card the size of your fingernail – and it ain’t cheap

Sandisk has found a way to cram the storage capacity of an SSD into a memory card the size of your fingernail. A whopping 128GB is available on this card, but the real question is how you'll fill it (if you can afford it.)

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Microsoft takes aim at China to boost Windows Phone

The emerging markets around the globe are starting to attract more and more competition. Microsoft has announced plans to offer cheap phones in these areas in partnership with chip manufacturer Qualcomm

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Firefox OS returns with new mid-range devices, $25 smartphone and more

Mozilla has returned to MWC with Firefox OS. This time the company is showing off a slew of new phones, a $25 smartphone design and a number of improvements to the budget-oriented smartphone for emerging markets.

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Breaking news: HTC will replace your phone screen for $29 if it shatters

HTC has launched a new warranty program for owners of the HTC One. The Advantage plan will offer two years of updates, free cloud storage, and a cheap screen replacement.

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This wristwatch has a classic arcade cabinet mounted to it

When was the last time you wanted to read the time from a 1970s arcade game? ThinkGeek has found its target market with this crazy watch shaped like an arcade machine.

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The average Android phone is now half the price of an iPhone

According to the IDC, the average Android device is more than half the price of an average iOS device. While this is interesting news, it's also skewed. The data doesn't account for some facts about Android

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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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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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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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Did you watch the Super Bowl? Here are the best ads from The Big Game

Did you watch the Super Bowl? Whether you liked watching the Seahawks kill the Broncos or not, you probably enjoyed the ads. Here are the best ones that aired during, before, and after the game.

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AT&T patents a new way to skirt net neutrality on its wireless network

AT&T's latest patent hints that it may move to control speeds and access to certain types of data, meaning it could cut you off, slow you down, or charge you if you use too much of your data to stream, download movies, or torrent.

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T-Mobile CEO John Legere trash talked other carriers during the entire Super Bowl

T-Mobile along with its CEO John Legere spent the entire game not just rooting for the Seahawks, but also trashing the competition. Between angry Twitter posts and mocking half-time T-Mobile sure made itself the highlight of Twitter.

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Exploding iPhones take two more victims: Here’s how to avoid joining them

Smartphone battery woes are creeping up again. Several iPhones have reportedly exploded or swelled up this week, bringing back fears about smartphone safety. Here's how to keep yourself safe.

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