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Using the Intel RealSense depth-sensing smartphone: Does it raise the bar for phones?

Using the Intel RealSense depth-sensing smartphone: Does it raise the bar for phones?

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Imagine a smartphone with a slew of cameras capable of detecting depth and distance to generate on-screen augmented reality experiences relative to the world around you, not just linear on-screen applications and game experiences. No need to imagine it... >>

Windows Surface Mobile 'Juggernaut Alpha' leaks: QHD, 4GB, wireless charging, 21MP PureView and more

Windows Surface Mobile 'Juggernaut Alpha' leaks: QHD, 4GB, wireless charging, 21MP PureView and more

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What's claimed to be the rumoured Windows Surface Phone has leaked online under the codename "Juggernaut Alpha" which should ship as "Surface Mobile". And as the codename suggests it should knock over any competition in its path. Rumours of a Surface... >>

27 incredible iPhone photos, bringing movies and TV shows into the real world

27 incredible iPhone photos, bringing movies and TV shows into the real world

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Photographer François Dourlen has carved a niche for himself in producing some incredible images using an iPhone. However, his pictures aren't great because they were taken with the device's camera, rather that they feature the phone in some very inventive... >>

Google's Project Ara modular smartphone: Everything you need to know

Google's Project Ara modular smartphone: Everything you need to know

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Google wants to do to hardware what apps did to software. By creating a phone that can have each component changed, Google believes it will drive down hardware pricing while allowing users to pick and choose what they want. That's what Google's Project... >>

OnePlus 2 review: In a class of its own
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OnePlus 2 review: In a class of its own

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When does one plus two equal more than three? When it's the OnePlus 2, the budget self-styled "flagship killer" that's full of top-end features at such an affordable price point that, well, it simply sounds too good to add up. This 5.5-inch sequel to... >>

Android 6.0 Marshmallow is the next version of Google's mobile OS

Android 6.0 Marshmallow is the next version of Google's mobile OS

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Google has unveiled a Android lawn sculpture outside its Mountain View headquarters, confirming that M is officially Android Marshmallow. There had been plenty of speculation about what sweet treat Google would name the next version of Android after,... >>

This could be the first photo of the new LG Nexus 5

This could be the first photo of the new LG Nexus 5

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For the next Nexus we will have to start using the plural, Nexii. Google is reportedly set to unveil a large Huawei Nexus and a smaller LG Nexus. The latter of the two appears to have leaked here. This photo of the LG Nexus 5 (2015) appeared on the G+... >>

Switch to AT&T and get $300 in credits when you buy a Smartphone on AT&T Next and trade in a smartphone

Switch to AT&T and get $300 in credits when you buy a Smartphone on AT&T Next and trade in a smartphone

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Are you thinking of upgrading your smartphone this month? What about getting the new Samsung Galaxy S6 edge or maybe the LG G4? Now, how about getting those smartphones or others from HTC, Apple, Sony and more with up to $300 off in credits? Sounds good... >>

Huawei Nexus and LG Nexus 5 (2015) videos hint at next-gen design

Huawei Nexus and LG Nexus 5 (2015) videos hint at next-gen design

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A set of videos have surfaced that might give us a first look at the new Nexus 5 and Huawei Nexus designs.  The new Nexus 5 (2015) is rumoured to be manufactured by LG and has been subject to a wide range of speculation, alongside the rumours of a second... >>

Watch Google tease 'What's M Gonna Be?' in jingly video about Android M

Watch Google tease 'What's M Gonna Be?' in jingly video about Android M

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Google is majorly teasing Android M, with a new video posted to YouTube. Nat and Lo is a YouTube channel from two Google employees, and they make videos about various developments and special projects at Google. Their latest video, for instance, takes... >>