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Samsung Galaxy S5 Is the Upgrade You Can Skip

The Samsung Galaxy S5 is boring. While its competitors, Android flagships such as the HTC One M8 and Google Nexus 5, stake out their territory with a couple of standout features, the GS5 wants it all. Bells and whistles, however,

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Adobe Launches Lightroom for iPad

Lightroom users can now edit images and manage their photo collections from their iPads. Adobe launched Lightroom for iPad on Tuesday, a companion app for the desktop version of Lightroom.The app, which is backed by Adobe’s cloud service, will automatically sync

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What Facebook Might Look Like Using Oculus Rift

When Facebook bought Oculus VR last week for $2 billion, many wondered if and how the social network could integrate the virtual reality experience into the social networking site. Now, a concept video by Chaotic Moon Studios shows what an Oculus Rift-powered Facebook

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Facebook Messenger for iOS Gets Groups and Forwarding

Facebook has upgraded its Messenger for iOS to version 4.0, bringing several important features, most notably the ability to create groups and message forwarding. The groups feature is simple: you can create groups, add people to them, name them and set

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Facebook Paper: The Inside Story Is Not What You’d Expect

For starters, the standalone app took the company nearly 30 months to build — a lifetime by Facebook’s “move fast and break things” standard. When Paper was finally unveiled, many users were pleasantly surprised by the app’s design, which is

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What Is Oculus Rift — and Why Should You Care?

I visited a stunning Tuscan estate today occupied by a brick building that looked like it had been there for centuries. I climbed through one of its many windows and stood near a running fountain. There wasn’t a cloud in

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Apple Engineer Reveals the Secret History of the iPhone

Apple senior engineer Greg Christie was part of the team that conjured up theiPhone back in 2005. Now, in an interview with The Wall Street Journal — preceding the next chapter in the legal battle between Apple and Samsung — he reveals some of the fascinating

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2 Accused of Pirating 1 Million Android Apps Plead Guilty

The two leaders of a piracy group that offered an alternative market for counterfeit Android apps have pleaded guilty to copyright infringement charges, according to a prosecutors’ press release. The two men are the first to be convicted for distributing pirated mobile apps,

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Samsung Galaxy S5 Comes to Sprint Users for $0 Down

For $0 down on Sprint, Samsung’s hotly anticipated Galaxy S5 could be yours beginning April 11. Through the Easy Pay program customers who grab the S5 will still need to make 24 monthly payments of $27.09. Alternatively, if you pick up the

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T-Mobile to Offer Samsung Galaxy S5 With No Down Payment

T-Mobile will be offering the Samsung’s new flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S5, for $0 down and 24 monthly payments of $27.50, the company has announced. The Galaxy S5 will become available for pre-order March 24, and it will hit T-Mobile stores on

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