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stylor
6 weeks ago

My current Android phone is “NFC capable,” but there really isn’t anything that offers guidance on what I can do with that or how to use it. I know that...

Tags: android, NFC, smartphones |
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bcastle
9 weeks ago

The good old days when there wasn't much focus on smartphones by "bad guys" are over. I've just read a study by Juniper Networks that...

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dvarian
14 weeks ago

I’m going to upgrade my current HTC phone, and plan on selling it to help cover the cost of the upgrade. What do I need to do to the phone to get it ready...

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SilverHawk
16 weeks ago

After years of the wireless industry arguing against having kill switches in smartphones and opposing regulations that would mandate it, there was an...

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TravisT
25 weeks ago

From what I understand Ubuntu phones are supposed to be available at some point in 2014. Does anyone know anything about the companies that are going to...

Tags: smartphones, ubuntu |
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