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Flashback Friday, Samsung Edition: Spot the Difference

Remember that game you’d play as a kid, where two images would be shown on a page and you’d have to spot the differences between the two? That was my initial impression of the Samsung Galaxy S4. At first glance I was disappointed in its sameness: why couldn’t Samsung have pulled an HTC and changed

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Nokia details upcoming software updates for Lumia 920 and 620

Lumia owners in Canada should expect a software update soon if rocking a 920 or 620. The company has posted in its blog detailing the upcoming improvements, which are being shipped now on new devices and will roll out to existing users “later.” The Lumia 920 will receive versionĀ 1232.5957.1308.00xx which includes better performance and stability,

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Dropbox to acquire popular iPhone mail app Mailbox

Holy moly! Dropbox has just announced an acquisition of the team behind popular iOS app, Mailbox. The app, which was released last month to a waitlist hundreds of thousands of users long, attempts to simplify your email workflow with quick gestures, task completion and more. According to a post on Dropbox’s blog, “Like many of

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Samsung Galaxy S4 Hands-on (video)

Like its predecessor, the Galaxy S 4 was introduced with tremendous flourish, polish and a bit of cheesiness. The spectacle at Radio City Music Hall was befitting a Broadway venue: there were great dancers, bad actors and a gorgeous symphony with which to herald the debut of what will likely be the world’s most popular

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Rovio releases The Croods movie tie-in game for iOS and Android

Rovio, makers of the popular Angry Birds series, has unleashed its first movie tie-in game on the world, The Croods. It’s a build-and-manage type game, similar to The Simpsons: Tapped Out, as you are tasked with the job of growing fruits and vegetables, tracking and hunting animals, and roaming around the prehistoric landscape as Grug,

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PowerSkin Pop’N Battery Case Review: Terrible Name, Terrific Product

Your phone is rarely the size it is advertised anymore. With a view to extending uptime on the latest power-hungry smart devices, companies are releasing battery packs, cases, extenders and whatever else they can think of to eke a few more cycles from that tired cell. While some OEMs release devices with replaceable batteries, eager

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