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Nexus 5 Back in Stock as Nexus 6 Release Nears


Nexus 5 Back in Stock as Nexus 6 Release Nears is a post by Cory Gunther from Gotta Be Mobile. In a surprise move the Google Nexus 5 is back in stock from the Google Play Store this morning as it approaches its one year anniversary since being announced on October 31st of last year.

How to quickly and easily enable Apple’s sleek new ‘dark mode’ on your Mac


Apple's new OS X Yosemite software is a huge update for Mac users. The latest version of Apple's desktop software includes a great visual overhaul that makes the user interface much flatter and more modern, with some apps that even go as far as to mirror the look of iOS 8. But beyond the obvious new graphical changes, Yosemite also includes a nifty new "dark mode" that makes a few key changes to OS X's interface that actually have a pretty dramatic impact on the look of the operating system.

LG G3 Screen Announced, Has 5.9-inch FHD Screen and LG-made Octa-core CPU

The folks at LG have added a new smartphone to their line-up. It’s called LG G3 Screen and it is underpinned by an octa-core processor developed in-house by the South Korean company.

Nintendo's Amiibo figurines function a bit differently than you might expect in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U


Nintendo was dropping Smash Brothers info-bombs left and right last night, but the company also felt compelled to dive a little deeper into how the Wii U version of the game will play with those curious little Amiibos.

What Marc Andreessen and Ron Conway teach Stanford students about raising money (in 4 quotes)


Stanford University continues its overcrowded class in building super-successful startups, and every week, noted investor Sam Altman brings in local business celebrities to distill the secrets of Silicon Valley.

MetroPCS Released Alcatel OneTouch Pop 7 Tablet and Unlimited Data Plans


Back in January, Cory wrote about Alcatel’s inexpensive OneTouch tablets, the Pop 7 and Pop 8. Over the year we’ve seen these devices released by various networks over the course of the year, with news today that MetroPCS is to carry the Pop 7 device.

Meet the startups trying to stop pedestrian deaths


As phones get more powerful and screens get bigger, it gets harder and harder to pull our attention away from them, even when it puts us at risk.

iPad Air 2 NFC Support Could Arrive Soon


iPad Air 2 NFC Support Could Arrive Soon is a post by Craig Lloyd from Gotta Be Mobile. When Apple unveiled and launched iPad Air 2, they mentioned nothing about an NFC chip on the inside of the new tablet, even though it works with Apple Pay.

Silicon Valley startup unveils Internet-connected smart guns for cops

A Silicon Valley startup said Friday that police agencies were field testing its new product: a wireless sensor that transforms officers' weapons into smart guns with real-time telemetry.

Rumor: LG G3 Set To Receive Android 5.0 Lollipop This Year


Google have announced that Android 5.0 Lollipop will be available from the 3 November and we’ve already seen HTC, Motorola and Sony announce their plans to get Android Lollipop onto their devices.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt’s Opening Cinematic Revealed


CD Projekt RED has a penchant for amazing cinematics. With The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings, it created an opening cinematic that actually won awards.

10 Creepy Halloween Wallpaper Images For Your Desktop & Start Screen


Booo! It’s that time of year again. Either be scared or stuff the neighbor’s kids with candy. Get into the mood now by placing a creepy wallpaper on your desktop.

​Get More Out of the Books You Read With an Idea Index


Trying to remember what we love about a book will leave us forgetting some of the best parts, and when we go back to try to find them, we definitely don't remember which pages to look for.

Was the Amazon Fire Phone a Gross Miscalculation?


The Amazon Fire Phone is teetering on the edge of oblivion, and there are signs everywhere. I haven't spotted a single Fire Phone in the wild since it shipped in late July, and Amazon has millions of dollars in unsold inventory.

Samsung Galaxy S5 Plus Priced At €599 In The Netherlands


I’ve used a number of Samsung Android devices in the last few years; five if we include my Nexus S and Nexus 10.

The world’s worst human being kicked a secret service dog after jumping the White House fence


On Wednesday night, there was yet another fence jumper at the White House. Luckily, two heroic dogs sprang into action and stopped him almost immediately — but not before one dog, Jordan, took a kick to the face from the assailant.

Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 now available in India


Starting today, residents in India can purchase the unlocked variant of Samsung’s largest smartphone, the Galaxy Mega 2, from the manufacturer’s online store for Rs.20,900 — approximately $340.

NYPD officers to be equipped with smartphones and tablets


The New York City Police Department is about to distribute 41,000 mobile devices under a new $160 million program known as the NYPD Mobility Initiative.

Android Lollipop for Galaxy S5 gets rumored ETA


Back near the start of the month, before Google launched its latest Nexus models and confirmed the name Lollipop for its Android 5.0 release, we took a look at an early video previewing Samsung’s work towards bringing what was then known only as Android L to its Galaxy S5.

We're podcasting live at 4 p.m. EDT!


Right! It's Friday. Again. Podcast time. Up this week: We've gone hands-on with the HTC Nexus 9, we've spent some quality time with the updated Android 5.0 Lollipop preview, we'll recap the Verizon Sony Xperia Z3v and LG G Watch R reviews, as well as the latest Android Wear update — and of course we'll answer your questions live!


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