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As Mobile World Congress sneaks upon us with ever increasing vigor it’s not long now before we get to see Samsung’s next flagship smartphone at the Galaxy S6 announcement on March 1st. As time ticks away Samsung and its carrier partners are pushing their advertising departments into full swing trying to whip Android fans into a suitable frenzy.

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The Samsung Galaxy S6 is almost here. Set to be announced at the confirmed Unpacked event in advance of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, it’ll be quite a departure from its predecessors in terms of profile and form factor. As is often the case with Samsung, the promotion has begun way ahead of launch, and the latest sneak peek from the Korean company offers yet another look at the sleek outer shell that will envelop the device.

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You can now download official leaked HTC One M9 wallpapers for any device of your choice. More details and download link can be found here.

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We’re edging ever closer to Samsung’s big Unpacked event, which will precede Barcelona’s Mobile World Congress in just over a week, and the main talking point will be, of course, the Galaxy S6. Accompanied by the Galaxy S6 Edge – in-keeping with the Note 4’s Edgy sidekick when the company dropped its latest phablet back in the fall – it appears that the company has gone all-out to impress fans of high-end specs and top-tier designs, and although it’s too early to cast aspersions, it does seem as though the Tizen maker has really upped its game this time around. As anticipation reaches fever pitch, we have yet another beautiful concept video for you to drool over, and since it’s based upon leaks that have continued to pour out over the past few months, it’s as accurate as it is dazzling.

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Here’s how you can turn off Facebook app’s in-app sounds on iPhone and Android in a few easy steps. More details can be found here.

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As mobile consumers, we’re always wary of malicious intrusion, and as time progresses, those behind these hacks and exploits are getting even more cunning with their methods. Case in point, a new strain of Android malware that essentially spoofs a device’s shut-down process, meaning that while you may think your tablet or handset has been switched off, the intruder is working overtime to make calls, take photos, and generally pry into your sensitive data.

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Could Google be making the jump from Android 5.0 to 5.2 for the latest Android devices, including the recent Nexus lineup? According to a recent spotting, a Nexus 5 has just been seen running Android 5.2 Lollipop. Head over the jump for further details on this development.

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The HTC One M9 is coming, and the Taiwanese company is not making it any secret. In a recent tweet coming in from HTC U.K., the device has been touted to be released on a date that has been all too familiar with those following the development. Details to follow, right after the jump.

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Samsung Galaxy S6 battery size gets detailed in new report, and will be non-removable. More details on the news can be found right here.

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The first camera modules for Google’s Project Ara modular smartphone have just been revealed by Toshiba. Details and video of the modules in action to follow right after the break.

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HTC One M9 compared to Samsung Galaxy S6 and Apple iPhone 6 in new concept image renders. More details and images can be found right here.

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LG has announced a new smartwatch that it hopes will prove more popular as a fashion accessory during day-to-day activities rather than being something that customers see as a tech gadget.

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Stability across different versions of mobile operating systems is never easy, not at least because developers are usually trying to cram as many new headline-grabbing features in as possible. At some point it’s almost inevitable that bugs are going to sneak through.

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Here’s how you can watch Cricket World Cup 2015 matches live stream online on your iPhone, iPad, Android smartphone / tablet, Apple TV or the Web in the US, UK, India, Pakistan or anywhere else in the world. More details can be found here.

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Here’s a list of some of the best paid iOS, Mac, and Android apps out there that can be downloaded absolutely free for a limited time. Head over the jump for the rundown of the apps.

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Samsung’s smartphones have sold ridiculously well over the last half a dozen years or so, but even when they were shifting in mind-boggling numbers there was always one undercurrent of discontent amongst its customers. Samsung likes an app or two. Or dozen.

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Is that the Galaxy S6 or an iPhone 6? Actually, It’s just the Galaxy S6 that happens to looks like Apple’s latest and greatest smartphone. A recent leak of schematic information has been turned into image renderings of the Galaxy S6, showing Samsung’s Project Zero to be heavily influenced by one particular smartphone from Apple. Head on after the jump for a closer look at the photos and the details.

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Updated: You can now download the latest Google Play Store APK 5.2.13 which brings with it a bunch of changes and bug fixes that users have been facing for quite a while. Check the full details below.

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Samsung’s Galaxy S6 will be unveiled in the run-up the Mobile World Congress next month, and as per a very recent report, the device could hit retail chains on March 22nd. With the apparent release drawing ever closer, Samsung is looking to crank up the hype machine, and in the first of what will surely be many promotional steps to ensure every consumer knows that the S6 is incoming, we have our very first teaser of the handset.

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Samsung Galaxy S6 release date has been revealed by leaked retail email to employees. More details can be found here.

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