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ZTE Nubia X6 has a 6.44-inch display, also features 13MP front and back cams

The act of taking self-portrait photos using your front-facing camera and then uploading them to the web is a practice that’s pretty common everywhere in the globe, but there’s little denying that China in particular seems to be a big fan of selfies. That’s probably why most of the phones coming …

Mobile Technology

There's Already a Knockoff of the Samsung Galaxy S5

Don't want to wait until April to get a Samsung Galaxy S5? You can get a smartphone that's pretty close, right now — but buyer beware.<p>Goophone, the …

Sony Xperia Z1 And Xperia Z Ultra Google Play Edition Get CyanogenMod 11 Builds, Regular Z Ultra Gets Nightlies

Sony hardware fans, you've now got at least two more options when it comes to Android-based software. The current Sony flagship, the Xperia Z1, is …

5 Android apps you can’t miss this week – [Google Play Weekly – Sochi 2014 edition]

As always it’s been an exciting week in the Google Play Store. To start, the Chrome SDK has finally been made public so app developers have been fervently working to get their app to support Chrome. This includes AllCast by Koush, which gets the Chrome support back after losing it last summer. The …

Apps

What’s preventing Chinese phone manufacturers from breaking into Western markets?

If you want cutting edge technology at a fraction of the usual price then you can find it in the Chinese market. We saw a range of impressive smartphones, phablets, and tablets from Chinese manufacturers like Lenovo, Huawei, ZTE, and Alcatel at CES this year. Apart from fast processors, big HD …

Wearable book lets readers feel the fiction

When I finished reading "The Road" by Cormac McCarthy, I cried what seemed like an endless river of grief-stricken tears. If an innovation called "Sensory Fiction" ever takes wide hold, I could go back and read the post-apocalyptic father-son tale -- this time adding physical sensations of anguish …

Samsung Plays the ‘Race Card’ As it Asks for a Retrial of The Most Recent Retrial of Apple Patent Case

- Dec 19, 2013<p>Samsung attempted to deal from the bottom of the legal card deck as it has played the “race card” in an attempt to get a retrial of the …

AT&T follows Verizon's lead, will start publishing law enforcement request data in early 2014

Never let it be said that AT&T and Verizon don't follow each other's leads. Just one day after Verizon announced it would start publishing a semiannual transparency report that details all of the law enforcement requests it receives, AT&T announced that it would being doing the same in early 2014. …

Rumor: T-Mobile Uncarrier 4.0 to award subscribers that switch carriers up to $350 credit for their ETF

T-Mobile will soon announce a new step in its Uncarrier initiative – dubbed as Uncarrier 4.0 – maybe as soon as CES 2014, which may be offering cash to subscribers that ditch their current mobile operator in order for them to make up for their Early Termination Fees.<p>The news is not confirmed yet, …

T-Mobile

New Chrome Web Store rules demand extensions 'have a single purpose'

Google wants to keep Chrome speedy, easy to use, and stable, and the company is focusing on reigning in extensions to do so. The company is putting new restrictions in place mandating that all extensions "must have a single purpose that is narrow and easy-to-understand," according to a blog post …

People Are More Freaked Out by Hacking Than Tracking, Survey Finds

When asked to choose which is more important to them, protecting their personal information online or protecting their online behavior, respondents …

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