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Sprint rolling out Android 5.0 Lollipop to the Galaxy S5

Today is the day when Sprint starts rolling out Android 5.0 Lollipop to the Galaxy S5. The rollout of Android Lollipop was annoying at best when it comes to the Galaxy S5, as U.S. users are among the last ones to receive the OTA. So far, only Verizon and Sprint have started sending out the update to Galaxy S5 owners, ...

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Apple to reveal 2015 MacBook Air later this month

Tired of your old MacBook Air? The long-awaited 12-inch 2015 model is well on its way it seems. According to french website iGen, Apple is hosting an event on the 24th of February, where it will unveil its latest MacBook Air, an extremely thin and portable, 12 inch notebook that comes with a heap of upgrades and improvements when compared ...

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Samsung Galaxy S5 Android 5.0 Lollipop

Samsung Galaxy S5 Android Lollipop release date set for tomorrow

We’ve been seeing more and more signs of an imminent update to Android Lollipop for the Samsung Galaxy S5. The primary Samsung flagship phone has already begun receiving the base 5.0 Lollipop update for U.S. Verizon subscribers. While the roll-out is relatively slow, we can confirm that some Verizon users have already received the highly anticipated firmware update. What about ...

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Galaxy S6 vs Galaxy S5: will the upgrade be worth it

The Samsung Galaxy S5 is the flagship for the year 2014 from the South Korean company and while it wasn’t exactly a flop, it didn’t do too well with consumers either. Samsung vowed that the Galaxy S6, aka Project Zero will be a huge improvement compared to the Galaxy S5 and it will benefit from a complete overhaul, hence the ...

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Apple Maps to get a Street View feature soon?

Apple Maps is definitely far from being as good as Google Maps or Nokia Here maps, but it seems Tim Cook and co. are working on making the service much better in the future. An Apple vehicle was spotted in the streets of California this week, and it looked like it was doing what Google cars do: driving around, filming ...

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Moto E Android 5.0.2 Lollipop soak test begins

The Motorola Moto E is next up to get the Android Lollipop update, and it seems the soak test for the software has begun. Motorola has sent out soak test invites for Motorola Moto E owners so that they would agree to test the new Android 5.0.2 Lollipop build on the budget-oriented smartphone. We’ve known for a while now that ...

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Sony Xperia Z4 leaked, looking better than the Xperia Z3

The Sony Xperia Z4 is expected to make an appearance at the Mobile World Congress in March, to be held in Barcelona, Spain. That’s good news, as many are curious to see how Sony intends to change its smartphone line-up. The company was confident at one point that their 6 month release cycle would come to an end this year. ...

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HTC One M9 with Windows 10 set to launch in the U.S.

The HTC One M9 is definitely coming to the MWC 2015, as our sources are quite sure that the Taiwanese company won’t delay the launch of their flagship further than that. Even though we don’t know much about the flagship, we did learn that not only will the base model appear at the Mobile World Congress, but possibly an HTC ...

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HTC Desire 626 specs confirmed, coming to the MWC

The HTC Desire 626 is a mid-ranger that is supposedly going to show up at the Mobile World Conference in March. Rumors about the mid-ranger started in January, but there was little evidence to the existence of the device, until now. The HTC Desire 626 was noticed at TENAA yesterday, as it had passed certification for the Chinese smartphone market. ...

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