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Amazon is giving away $10 in Amazon Coins


Amazon has been a giving mood lately with their previous $ 22 Amazon coin giveaway and now they’ve come back with another Amazon freebie.  All you need to do is head over to this Amazon’s AppStore and download the five apps at this link.

Here is a list of the five apps for download:

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Tim Hortons launches new mobile payment service

Canadian coffee shop chain Tim Hortons has just launched a new mobile barcode payment system that allows you to pay using the TimmyMe app. The payment option has been in testing over the last few months, and is now available for all users in Canada and the United States.

EE in the UK to roll out reduced EU roaming charges from July 1st

Good news for UK smartphone owners that are on the EE network. From July 1st if you travel into Europe your roaming bills are going to be a wee bit cheaper!

Samsung: good vs bad and what I’d change [EDITORIAL]

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No matter whether you love or hate Samsung, you have to admit they’re one of the strongest brands in smartphone industry. When it comes to Android they have consistently been perceived as the strongest one, particularly when we look at the market share.

According to Localytics Samsung owns 63.3% of Android market, followed by HTC with 6.5% and LG with  [Read More…]

Lenovo is the latest manufacturer to signify interest in the wearable segment

Lenovo will launch its first wearable device in the near future, according to Liu Jun, president of Lenovo’s mobile division. In an interview with Mobile Geeks, Jun stated that a wearable device would make its debut by the end of 2014 or early next year.

More hands-on video leaks of Galaxy S5 Active

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Earlier this week, we got a taste of the Samsung Galaxy S5 Active shown in some leaked pictures and videos here.  Now we’re back for another fresh round of leaks with alot more videos this time.

The first two videos show an extended hands-on look at the S5 Active hardware and software.  Then the next video show the use of opticalimage stabilization,  [Read More…]

‘OK Google’ now rolling out to all Chrome desktop users

The “OK Google” voice activated hot search has gradually been making its way up the Google Chrome food chain, and now it looks like its rolling out to all. Well, all so long as you’ve set your language to U.S. English at least, or so it seems.

HP 7 Plus gets an official launch, bezels overload

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Earlier this month we’ve seen a leak of a tablet with too much bezel on it, that tablet didn’t have a name, up until now that is. HP launched that bezel-heavy tablet under the “HP 7 Plus” name. This is now the most affordable tablet in the HP line, going for just $ 99, we have to admit it looks cheap and quite  [Read More…]

Vodafone sweetens its 4G offerings with free Netflix for six months

Vodafone UK has today announced a partnership with Netflix that will see customers receiving a free six month subscription to the video-on-demand service. Anyone signing up to a Vodafone Red 4G contract beginning in July – and lasting until the end of the year – will be given the option to receive the perk.

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HP launches the bezel-heavy 7 Plus for $99

How low can quad-core go? HP’s answering that question by launching the HP 7 Plus, a 7-inch Android tablet that features four Cortex A7 cores. Leaked earlier this month, the 7 Plus is the most affordable tablet offered by HP.