Monthly Archive: October 2014

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WiMax to shut down on November 6, 2015

On Thursday August 7, 2014, Sprint announced its plans to close WiMax, the United States’ first ever ‘4G’ network, before the end of 2015.  Today, thanks to an anonymous Android Central reader, we now...

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Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 11e review

Lenovo’s latest convertible Chromebook could be the one you’re looking for We’re starting to see new Chromebooks explode onto retail shelves, and presumably the sales figures are still climbing as well or they wouldn’t...

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ASUS to announce 5.5-inch Zenfone at CES 2015

According to a report published by DigiTimes this weekend, ASUS is currently in the process of developing its largest ever smartphone, a 5.5-inch Zenfone, which is expected to be unveiled at the annual CES...

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Best Android apps and games of September

Summer is slowly drifting away, but the Google Play Store apps are still coming out with full force. We’ve got a good mix of new and premium games, and a few solid communication apps...

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Microsoft sues Samsung for $6.9 Million

  Due to a few patents Microsoft owns in relation to Samsung’s Android Phones, Samsung owes Microsoft a certain amount of money each device sold. Recently, however, Samsung hasn’t been playing fair ball. The...