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Lenovo / Motorola has made Moto G4, Moto G4 Plus, and Moto G4 Play official. Here are specs, price and release date info on all the three phones.

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Google has outed a new teamwork and collaboration app for Android, iOS and the Web called Spaces, and it’s available to anyone who has a Google account.

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After releasing Gboard for iOS, Google was immediately questioned as to whether users of Android devices could expect to see the keyboard, or at least its features make the jump from iOS to Android any time soon. As it turns out, the answer is yes.

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Rumor has it that Samsung could finally release a smartphone called Galaxy X with a 4K foldable display in 2017, along with four other flagship devices with 2.5K displays. Here are the details.

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8Bitdo’s NES30 is not going to win any prizes or any fans based purely on its name, but let’s be honest, no-one is really going to care about what this thing is called. It is however likely to garner a lot of attention and immediate love from hardcore old-school gamers who absolutely loved the look and feel of Nintendo’s NES gaming controllers from back in the day. This particular gadget may have been built with the modern world and mobile gaming in mind, but it stays true to the original design by offering that “same NES touch, same NES feeling”.

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Tablet and smartphone owners generally opt for a particular mobile platform over others for a wide variety of reasons. In a lot of cases, you simply get staunch iOS fans who would never touch an Android device, let alone accept it as their main point of usage. Conversely, the same can be said for certain Android device owners who can’t fathom the idea of moving over to the dark side. For others however, the choice often comes down to things like security, stability, aesthetic appeal of the device hardware and OS interface, and even personal considerations like how much the device costs. If you do care about the stability of a device and platform, then Blancco’s “The State of Mobile Device Performance and Health” research report provides some interesting information about the stability of Android devices compared to the iPhone.

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Apple’s 3D Touch technology may be found in anything from a MacBook to an Apple Watch, but it’s its implementation on the iPhone which Google has been rumored to be set to essentially mimic for Android, but new claims suggest that the company isn’t yet ready to announce its own 3D Touch technology as part of Android N as first believed, canning it for an unknown period of time.

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Chinese company Fuze has announced the Tomahawk F1, an android-powered gaming machine that looks like a cross between PS4 and Xbox One, and will cost buyers just $140 when it goes on sale.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 6 release date for the U.S. market has been potentially revealed ahead of time. The phablet will likely launch in the second week of August this year.

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Google is rumored to have an Android VR headset ready to be announced at its upcoming developer conference known as Google I/O, with the device claimed to be a better choice than the current Samsung Gear VR.

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Logitech’s newly announced ZeroTouch smartphone mount for your car brings complete hands-free connectivity into the cabin thanks to the accompanying app. Here’s everything you need to know.

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Instagram is undeniably one of the most popular mobile apps available on smartphone devices today. The now Facebook-owned company was classed as innovative and unique in the way it allowed photographs to be captured, edited and shared when it launched back in October 2010. Now, after being owned by social media behemoth Facebook for coming up to four years, the network has announced an overhaul of the app across multiple networks that not only introduces a new app icon, but also brings a redesigned user-interface into the equation.

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VRidge app for Android is a cost-effective solution for playing VR games designed for Oculus Rift or Steam in virtual reality using Google Cardboard headset.

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The as-yet unannounced Samsung Galaxy S7 Active has been outed, with leaked photos showing the new, rugged phone in all its glory. The upcoming phone appears to follow in the footsteps of the Galaxy S6 Active by being based on the current year’s flagship model but with some ruggedization going on.

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Anyone on the lookout for a bargain Android smartphone may want to read on, especially if they like something a little bit different, with the Nextbit Robin selling for $100 off its original price.

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Fans of BlackBerry will be pleased to learn that the company has today announced that not only is BBM Video calling on its way to both iOS and Android this July, but that those who live in the United States or Canada can get their hands on the feature right now, albeit in beta form.

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According to the latest specs leak of Samsung Galaxy Note 6, the upcoming phablet is expected to sport a mammoth-sized battery, huge internal storage, massive RAM, USB-C port, and more.

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Want to use iMessage on Android? There’s a new software called PieMessage which now makes it all possible. Here’s all the info you need to get started.

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Google Keyboard 5.0 APK update is now available to download. Google Keyboard may not be the first app update that you would normally get excited about, but when you read through the list of changes and improvements that version 5.0 brings to the table, we think that may just change.

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Available to download for both iOS and Android for free, The Rock Clock from Dwayne Johnson’s Project Rock is essentially an alarm app and motivational tool rolled into one.

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