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SwiftKey 4.0.1 fixes HTC One issues and improves prediction quality

SwiftKey recently updated its Play Store app to version 4.0 after an extended beta period. It also introduced the popular Flow input method, which allows users to glide between letters instead of tapping them individually. But, as with any major software update, bugs will find their way to the surface when millions of users begin

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Welcome Home: Using the BlackBerry Z10 For Travel

This past weekend, I had the pleasure of traveling to Boston for a family function. While I knew I wouldn’t be working, I wanted to carry a phone with me (as I always do on business trips) that would perform all of the requisite functions for work and play. Traditionally, I’ve carried a Nexus device

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Google+ receives big update on iOS and Android, adds new stream design

Google+ has received another big update for iOS and Android devices, the former introducing Snapseed-based image editing. Both apps have been given a cleaner, easily-readable stream redesign, which puts more information front and centre; you no longer have to tap on a post to see the crux of the content. Both apps have seen the

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Uber adds Windows Phone and legacy BlackBerry apps to its taxi family

Uber, the smartphone-accessible taxi service that operates, for now, just in Toronto, has launched new apps for Windows Phone and legacy BlackBerry devices. The two additions to the roster are in addition to a nice update to the company’s Android app, which now is at feature parity with the iOS version. This includes Foursquare integration,

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Galaxy S4 Mini Rumoured To Have Dual-Core Exynos 5210 chip

On Friday we told you about Samsung’s Galaxy S4 mini, which is expected to be released in June or July. Last year’s version, the GS3 mini, had a 4-inch WVGA display and it looks like its sequel will bring things to Galaxy S2 proportions with a 4.3-inch screen, at a slightly higher qHD (960x540px) resolution.

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TMN GO now available to Rogers Cable customers

TMN GO launched last month to great acclaim and fanfare, providing subscribers of the premium television channel a digital extension to their cable portal. Claiming over 1,000 hours of premium content, the iOS-only (for now) service launched for Bell and Cogeco subscribers, and today adds Rogers clients to its repertoire. The Movie Network subscribers on

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Evernote 5.0 launches for Android, introduces new camera features, Moleskin support and further incentivizes its Premium subscription

Evernote has released a much-needed update to its Android app, bringing it relatively in line with its iOS counterpart for features. It has received a spit shine, with UI and performance improvements peppered throughout. It still maintains the controversial left-slide navigation system, which performs poorly on most Android devices I’ve installed the app on. Main

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