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Sprint has today announced an update for the LG G2, bringing the build version up to ZVE. It’s not a massive upgrade for affected G2 owners on Sprint, much like the previous release, but there are a number of improvements included:

According to Chinese certification agency TENAA, Huawei is set to launch a 64-bit entry-level handset to take on the likes of the Redmi Note in the country. Dubbed the Honor 4X, the device is listed with a 5.5-inch 720p and a Snapdragon 410 CPU.

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Sick of fussing around with an auxiliary cable? Want to just get in the car and have your music and podcasts play without wires? TuneLink Auto is your ticket. Crystal clear sound quality with auto-pair functionality makes this a great option for drivers who want to cut the cord. Bring your car up to date for under $ 100 (Prime eligible) and enjoy the world  [Read More...]

Spotify has today announced a new plan for the entire family. If you’ve been wanting to have a single billing account for the household but keep individual playlists, it’s now possible for up to five family members to share a single Spotify subscription, starting from $ 14.99 a month.

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The next app to get the material design treatment is Google Play Movies & TV, bringing the version to 3.4.23.

You’ll notice, like many other apps, that the updated Google Play Movies & TV has a new icon, as well as a new splash screen that appears when content is being sent to a Chromecast.

For some reason, the slide-out hamburger menu hasn’t  [Read More...]

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It’s fairly safe to say that we’ve all got smartphones now. Perhaps more accurately, we can say that if you are reading this, it is very likely you own a smartphone. Though many of us cycle through mobile phones more often than we change wardrobes, we like to be the one to decide when we change phones. There are few things more annoying than being  [Read More...]

The Big Android BBQ is something of a unique Android event most years in that it’s usually a few weeks before the next version of Android is released. This means that while project teams for things like CyanogenMod can still discuss a good many things, most are still waiting on the new version of Android in order to announce when and what features will be coming to their products and their users.

This year wasn’t like  [Read More...]

Here are a few apps we think you should try

It’s that time of the week again. When we single out a handful of apps that we think you might want to take a look at, then read the comments to see which ones you think we should try. There are all sorts of ways to discover apps — both new and old — but in our opinion, nothing beats a recommendation from the people you  [Read More...]

Weekly poll results, and the return to normalcy

The results are in — polls will remain on the homepage

We tried a little experiment last week with our weekly poll. Google did a really nice job with the way they handled the implementation of embedding a poll into a post and we had to give it a spin. It looks good, and more importantly, is easy to set up. A week later, I’ve looked at the results, read all the comments and email, thought  [Read More...]