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Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 vs Galaxy Tab 3 8.0: not just an S-Pen war

Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 vs Galaxy Tab 3 8.0: not just an S-Pen war

For those deciding on a tablet that'll get them through the day at the same time as it's able to fit in their satchel, Samsung hasn't made things easy. With the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 8.0, you've got two machines with exceedingly similar specifications to decide between. What we've got to check this afternoon is how the two make their mark in the world - and if it really is all about the S-Pen in the end.

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BlackBerry Q5 Review

BlackBerry Q5 Review

BlackBerry needs a new smartphone for the mass market, and the BlackBerry Q5 is its attempt to deliver. Cheaper than the Q10, though offering another sturdy QWERTY keyboard for text-addicts, the Q5 pares back the specifications (and, it has to be said, the design) to boost the BlackBerry 10 line-up by 50-percent. Is it third time lucky for the plucky Canadian company, or three strikes and you're out? Read on for the SlashGear review.

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Moto X and the colorful customization of Motorola, a Google company

Moto X and the colorful customization of Motorola, a Google company

Motorola will soon (as early as tomorrow) announce the availability of the Moto X, a smartphone whose outward appearance will be able to be custom-ordered through the web. The device's built-in storage will also have options attached, though not beyond the standard 16, 32, or 64GB options offered with many major smartphone releases in past years. This device will come in a variety of colors - at least 12 of them - as well as a standard set of tones available in-store.

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WWDC 2013 iOS 7 expectations: 8 features we’ll be waiting for

WWDC 2013 iOS 7 expectations: 8 features we’ll be waiting for

WWDC is coming up quick, folks. On Monday, we’d like to think that Apple will be announcing some new products, including some new MacBooks, a possible iRadio announcement, and maybe a Mac Pro refresh. However, something we’re almost certain about is an iOS 7 unveil, thanks to getting a peek at the banners at Moscone West before WWDC kicks off. I’ve spent a lot of time with iOS, and while I mostly love the user interface, design, and apps, there are several features that are downright annoying that Apple needs to fix in iOS 7.

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Memoto hands-on: Life-logging with Kickstarter’s wearable camera

Memoto hands-on: Life-logging with Kickstarter’s wearable camera

Your every moment, documented. That's the Memoto concept, a tiny wearable camera that snaps a shot every thirty seconds to digitally augment your memory. Early doubts as to whether enough people would want to record each waking moment were quickly squashed when the Memoto Kickstarter saw 11x the expected pledges, though the challenge of bringing such an ambitious product to market has ended up taking the Swedish team longer than expected. We caught up with Martin Källström, CEO and co-founder of Memoto to check out the latest prototype, talk product development in the public eye, and find out what comes next for the clip-on camera.

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Deactivate Facebook Home in one tap: step-by-step

Deactivate Facebook Home in one tap: step-by-step

If you're thinking about picking up an HTC first device on the 12th of April, you might want to consider turning Facebook Home off. But why would I want to turn off the system that's selling the smartphone, you might ask? Because there's a completely clean Android Jelly Bean under that Facebook Home skin, that's why! It's time to deactivate Facebook Home before you even take the time to use it!

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AT&T Mobility CEO spotted at Facebook Phone event

AT&T Mobility CEO spotted at Facebook Phone event

This morning as we prepare to enter the Android-centric Facebook event, we've spotted no less than Ralph de la Vega himself: AT&T Mobility President and CEO. As the mobile carrier's president steps into Building 16 at 1 Hacker Way, it essentially means a lock for a real-deal Facebook Phone coming up later today.

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LG Optimus G Pro Photo Tour: Barcelona, MWC 2013

LG Optimus G Pro Photo Tour: Barcelona, MWC 2013

This week we've had the pleasure of working with the brand new LG Optimus G Pro, taking photos as we covered the technology conference known as Mobile World Congress - of the 2013 variety. This device is one that we've now got in our possession still, and we'll be bringing you a review in full in just a few days time. But meanwhile we've taken what LG has been very clear is a proud point for them in this device and put it to the test, right in the thick of thousands and thousands of ravenous mobile lovers in Barcelona, Spain - enjoy.

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: December 13, 2012

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: December 13, 2012

Welcome to Thursday evening everyone. Today Verizon confirmed that Jelly Bean will begin rolling out to the Galaxy S III starting tomorrow, so get ready for that to drop. Apple released its iTunes Best of 2012 list today, while Facebook rolled out a native app for Android, which can boast speeds that are twice as fast. Google has brought double tap functionality to its mobile ads, meaning that you no longer have to worry about accidentally clicking an ad, and a US court has found that the iPhone infringes on three MobileMedia patents, with those patents revealed later in the day.

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Nokia Asha 205 “Facebook phone” and $62 206 hands-on

Nokia Asha 205 “Facebook phone” and $62 206 hands-on

Nokia has revealed its first "Facebook phone", the Nokia Asha 205, along with a colorful candybar, the Nokia 206, borrowing the Lumia colors for a budget market. The new Asha 205 features a full QWERTY keyboard and a dedicated Facebook button, as well as forty free EA games, while the 206 comes in the same black, cyan, magenta, yellow, and white as Nokia's Lumia Windows Phone 8 handsets, and offers up to 47 days of standby time. Both the Asha 205 and the 206 are available in single- or dual-SIM versions, each keeping both SIMs active simultaneously, and feature Nokia's new Slam file-swapping system.

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