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The OnePlus One is again available for purchase without an invite today only

Ever since OnePlus jumped onto the scene in early 2014 with its “flagship killer” mantra, the company has had its share of problems. From major PR

January 20, 2015 Android
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Sony resurrects the Walkman as a $1,200 Android media player

Unsurprisingly, as smartphone ownership grows more and more common, the need for dedicated music players has waned significantly since the glory days of the iPod, and

January 09, 2015 Android
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CyanogenMod 12 Nightlies are now out for most devices, including the Nexus 6 and OnePlus One

Amidst all the big news and releases from CES, a quick blog post from CyanogenMod recently announced that the first nightly builds of CM 12 are finally

January 07, 2015 Android, Software Updates
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The OnePlus One might be the best spiritual successor to the Nexus 5

The new Motorola made Nexus 6 is one powerful smartphone, there can be little doubt about that. For many Android users, it is the epitome

November 16, 2014 Android, Editorials
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Google granted patent for more subtle Google Glass design

  Google Glass certainly is an impressive product, at least in terms of the technology and functionality packed into a pair of glasses. Of course, what Google

August 22, 2014 Accessories, Android
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HP is working on its own smartwatch with an emphasis on style by Michael Bastian

The time of the smartwatch may finally be here, thanks in big part to Android Wear. If current trends continue, the smartwatch looks like it

August 06, 2014 Accessories
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Samsung’s Tizen phone delayed in order to improve ecosystem

Earlier this summer, Samsung announced a Tizen phone that was surprisingly high end for their independent and new Tizen OS (which has so far been

August 04, 2014 Linux
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CM Home added to latest CyanogenMod nightlies, looks a lot like Google Now

Though it is relatively new, Google Now is already shaping up to be an important part of Google’s Android experience. The service may even be

July 18, 2014 Android, Apps
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Full Chrome Remote Desktop support is now in beta for Linux

There is no doubt that Chrome Remote Desktop is an extremely useful feature that has been available for Chrome OS, Windows, and OS X for

July 09, 2014 Apps, Laptops, Linux
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Android Auto is the in-car information system we’ve always wanted

Google I/O today was all about unifying the Android experience while bringing it (and Google’s services) to as many form factors as possible. Smartwatches running

June 25, 2014 Accessories, Android
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