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Lenovo Planning on Bringing Its Smartphones to the U.S.


According to Lenovo's CEO Yang Yuanging, the company hopes to bring its smartphones to the US market within a year. Lenovo sees expanding its smartphone presence a major step forward.

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Patent Points to Possible TV Watching Achievements for the Xbox One


Apparently Microsoft is thinking about changing up achievements, adding them to new places – such as TV watching.

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Yahoo Reportedly Puts Bid in For Hulu


Tumblr. Flickr. Now Hulu? If a new rumor is to be believed, Yahoo has placed a bid on the TV/movie platform.

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Bridge in Washington State Completely Collapses, Google Maps Already Updated


While some map solutions might have a reputation for inaccuracy, Google Maps seems to be a pretty solid choice when it comes to getting up-to-date maps.

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Xbox One Used Games Situation: Fee or No Fee?


Xbox One - supporting used games, or not supporting used games. That is the question. Unfortunately, the answer isn't all that easy.

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Best Apps of the Week (5/24): A Look at New Apps for iOS and Android


Yet another Friday has arrived… the weeks fly by don’t they? It is once again time for another chapter of “Best of Apps of the Week” here at Mobile Mag. The format is pretty simple here. I look at 5 Android apps that I consider some of the “best” for the week. Directly after, I also take a look at ...

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HTC First UK Launch Delayed as Facebook Home Continues to Receive Mixed Reception


In light of mixed to poor reception for Facebook Home, the HTC First is now being delayed from its expected UK launch. What does this mean for Facebook?

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Sony PS4 versus the Xbox One: How do they compare?


Microsoft's Xbox One is now official. How does it compare to the already announced Sony Playstation 4?

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Xbox One Officially Announced!


Microsoft's next gen console is now official. Forget the name Xbox 720, Durango or anything else. Today Microsoft introduced the Xbox ONE.

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Could Microsoft be Reading/Scanning Your Skype Messages?


Microsoft is pretty well known for its “Scroogled” campaign which pokes at Google's potential privacy concerns. But what about Microsoft's own Skype?

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NASA Funding Effort to 3D Print Food


We've seen quite a few interesting uses for 3D printers, but the latest idea not only takes the cake -- but could end up printing it, too.

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Yahoo Buying Tumblr for $1.1 Billion


This weekend, the net was abuzz with rumors that Yahoo was buying Tumblr. The news is now official.

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The First Phone From Jolla Now Up For Pre-Order, Runs Sailfish OS


Looking for something different than your typical iPhone, Blackberry, WP, or Android device? Jolla's first smartphone is now available for pre-order!

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Quad-core Smartphone for Under $200? The Chinese ThL W100 Is Just That

THL W100

Wish you could get your hands on a quad-core smartphone for under $200? Your wish is granted with the ThL W100.

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Google Changes Its Mind on Loaning Out Google Glasses, Now Allows It


Google has now changed its stance on the whole “loaning” part of its Google Glasses policy.

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