Smartwatches, smartglasses, and smartsleeves?

 

Smartphones have come such a long way from the basic cell phones of yesteryear and are such an integrated part of our society that it almost seems like we

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Sony Xperia Z3 and Z3 Compact: Australian release

Sony Xperia Z3 and Z3 Compact: Australian release

Ready for a smartphone upgrade but the iPhone 6 doesn't do anything for you? Sony has announced Australian details for its premium Xperia Z3 and Xperia Z3 Compact handsets.

The waterproof devices will go on sale in

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New Nexus 6 leak shows just how massive Google's 'Shamu' may be

New Nexus 6 leak shows just how massive Google's 'Shamu' may be

The rumored Google Nexus 6 has been the subject of plenty of leaks so far, but none have shown it as clearly as this one.

These photos allegedly show a commuter using a Nexus 6 in-hand, proving just h

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Verizon just changed its mind about throttling unlimited data customers

Verizon just changed its mind about throttling unlimited data customers

Being "grandfathered" into an unlimited data plan is a common reason for customers to stick with a carrier whose service they otherwise hate, and Verizon just came very close to shooting its

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Motorola Nexus 6 leaks continue with photo that appears to show Shamu in the wild [UPDATED]

Motorola Nexus 6 Shamu in the wild

The Motorola Nexus 6 seems to be following the usual trend of smartphone leaks pretty well. First we got a purported spec leak, then a photo of its back, then a shot of its front and, most recently,

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Back to BlackBerry: It’s not like riding a bicycle

You know how certain things in life are described as being “like riding a bicycle” in the sense that once you learn you never really forget it? Returning to BlackBerry, at least now, isn’t one of those things. Now,

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Dropbox for Android updated with export to SD card functionality, improved Android L support

Dropbox for Android update 2.4.5.10 export to SD card

Heads up, Dropbox users on Android, because your storage app is getting an update today that you’ll probably want to snag as soon as possible.

Dropbox pinged me to sa

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Verizon abandons Network Optimization effort for unlimited 4G LTE customers

Verizon HTC DROID DNA

Today is the first day of October, and it was supposed to be the day that Verizon began applying its “Network Optimization” policy to unlimited 4G LTE customers. However, Verizon has decided at the l

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Sprint, Verizon and AT&T are on a data-doubling roll

Sprint, Verizon and AT&T are on a data-doubling roll

Data is one of the many currencies with which wireless carriers do business, and three US carriers have just decided to give more of it away.

It began with AT&T over the weekend doubling the amount of data a

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Another new Android L build emerges in the wild

Another new Android L build emerges in the wild

Android L may technically be out in the wild, but for most users it's still out of reach.

Nevertheless info about new builds pops up now and then, as is the case with this video, which was reportedly posted to the Go

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