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HTC One M8 launch pushed back to April 15th

This is interesting. Many carriers have already started selling the HTC One M8 through “pre-sales.” Customers on the launch partners (Rogers, Bell, Telus, Wind Mobile and SaskTel) are able to score the flagship early and have it delivered to their door before the anticipated April 10th launch date. However, in-store availability could be delayed a

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HTC One ‘M8 Ace’ leaks online, shows itself in red

HTC is prepping for the launch of the HTC One M8, a follow-up to the well-build HTC One from last year. Rogers, Bell, Telus, Wind Mobile and SaskTel will be releasing this flagship in a few days and many have already received the device early through the “pre-sale” program. Shortly after HTC announced the M8

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Samsung’s new Galaxy Ace Style tests KitKat’s 512MB-optimized performance

Samsung’s got a new entry-level Android device, and it’s both familiar and intriguing. The Galaxy Ace Style is the first from the company to ship with 512MB RAM and KitKat, testing Google’s claims that the newly-launched OS version is more consistently performant with less system memory. Other than that, the 4-inch device sports a 800×480

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Apple: ’87% of devices are using iOS 7′

Apple has once again updated their weekly chart that show iOS adoption. These stats are based are mainly for the developer community and is based on the number of users visiting the App Store. Dated April 6th, Apple says that “87% of devices are using iOS 7,” this is up from 79% in January. iOS

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‘Moto X+1′ could be the name of Motorola’s next flagship

‘Moto X+1′could be the name of Motorola’s next flagship Motorola exclusively launched the Moto X in Canada last year via Rogers. This flagship device brought many unique characteristics to the smartphone game that includes deep integration with Google, but the main design element of Moto Maker — which allows the users to customize the device

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HTC One M8 review

There’s a popular idiom reinforced in schools every year to millions of students: two heads are better than one. The thinking goes, one person is an island, and smart as he may be, there’s always another way to look at a problem. With the second HTC One, the M8, the Taiwanese manufacturer worked closely with

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Apple acquires Novauris to improve Siri speech recognition

Just a day after Microsoft unveiled its Cortana digital assistant as part of a major Windows Phone update, Apple has confirmed its acquisition of speech recognition technology company Novauris. While terms of the deal were not disclosed, it’s clear the company was brought in to work on Siri. After an initial splash and some savvy

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Microsoft Office for iPad hits 12M App Store downloads in a week

Well, that was fast. Just one week after launching its Office suite of apps for the iPad, Microsoft announced via a tweet yesterday that they have already surpassed 12 million downloads. This number also includes legacy OneNote downloads, and Microsoft didn’t provide numbers on each app’s contribution to the overall total, but the achievement is

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Meet the team behind Google’s Project Ara

Forget Google Glass (sorry, Tom) and self-driving cars: Project Ara may be Google’s most exciting future product. One of two projects under development in the former Motorola ATAP group, Project Ara promises the globe a modular and upgradable smartphone at a base price of $50. Google has been slowly peeling back the curtain on Project

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