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DROID Turbo: Verizon’s next Moto

DROID Turbo: Verizon’s next Moto

Motorola appears to be coming to Verizon with their newest DROID release in the near future with a device called DROID Turbo. This machine looks extremely similar to the last wave of DROID devices, here coming with a patterned soft plastic back, DROID branding, Verizon branding, a massive Motorola logo, and dual-LED flash alongside a large camera lens.

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Patent troll’s claim over screen rotation gets nullified

Patent troll’s claim over screen rotation gets nullified

Apparently somebody owns, or claims to own, that auto rotate feature you may have grown to love and hate on your smartphone. And surprisingly, it is neither Apple nor Samsung but a patent troll. Fortunately for the mobile world, the USPTO has just declared Patent No. 6,326,978 or "Display method for selectively rotating windows on a computer display" as invalid, in no small part thanks to the efforts of open cloud computing company Rackspace.

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BlackBerry’s big plan: a $600 phone

BlackBerry’s big plan: a $600 phone

Let’s talk about the BlackBerry Passport. Today it’s been revealed by BlackBerry that it’ll cost a cool $599 USD off-contract. It’s basically the size and shape of a paper passport and has a physical keyboard, and it’s BlackBerry’s next big plan for sales and recovery. Let’s talk about why that’s wrong.

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Galaxy Alpha heads to AT&T in USA exclusively

Galaxy Alpha heads to AT&T in USA exclusively

It’s time for metal from Samsung with AT&T exclusively as the USA-based carrier nabs the Galaxy Alpha. This device works with a 4.7-inch display at 720p, a 2.5GHz quad-core processor, and a heart rate sensor - and a fingerprint scanner too. So what’s the difference between this and the Galaxy S5?

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It’s a hit: iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus set new sales record

It’s a hit: iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus set new sales record

Apple sold over 10 million iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in the first weekend, the company has announced this morning, setting a new sales record and seemingly only held back by virtue of not having enough stock to meet demand. It's a million more devices than the 2013 launch of the iPhone 5s saw, with Apple CEO Tim Cook pointing out that "we could have sold many more iPhones with greater supply."

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