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Motorola’s Droid Razr i Packs Intel Inside

Motorola announced the Droid Razr i at an event in London Tuesday. Rocking a similar look to the Razr M released this week in the United States, the Razr i is designed for select European and Latin American markets including the U.K., France, Germany, Argentina, Brazil and Mexico. The most interesting feature of the phone […]

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Google Nexus 4: When Good Isn’t Good Enough

Earlier this month, Google rolled out its latest line of Nexus devices, including the Nexus 10 tablet and its latest smartphone, the Nexus 4. In the Android ecosystem, the Nexus line has carved out an important, special niche for itself: It’s the pure Google experience. Gone are UI skins such as HTC’s Sense or Samsung’s […]

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10 iPhone Cases You’ll Never Fit in Your Pocket

10 iPhone Cases You’ll Never Fit in Your Pocket 1. Hand iPhone Case This case from Japan offers an extra hand when you need one. 2. iBooty “Booty Call” Case We’re not sure if the person using this case is making the booty call or receiving it, but we can agree it’s not ideal for […]

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FCC Approves Wireless Signal Boosters, With Caveats

Rejoice, oh sufferers of terrible wireless connections: The Federal Communications Commission voted unanimously Wednesday to approve the regulated use of signal boosters to extend the range of wireless networks. The Commission’s decision, however, comes with several conditions: First, carriers can individually determine whether they will allow their customers to use signal boosters. All four major […]

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Should You Buy AppleCare for Your iPhone 5?

Even soon-to-be iPhone 5 owners know that their device will need some extra care. Drop it, and chances are pretty good you’ll see a cracked screen. But should you spring for Apple’s extended warranty? “We see 30-50 devices per day and most of the service requests, 60%-plus, have to do with broken glass,” Kevin Hart, […]

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A Shift in Dating App Technology Protects User Privacy

Privacy is a slippery slope — the more we engage with and utilize the technology at hand, the more we compromise our privacy. The dating app SinglesAroundMe offers an answer to concerns about GPS location and user privacy with their new feature, Position-Shift. Position-Shift allows the user to decide how others view their current location […]

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Price Is Biggest Factor for Smartphone Buyers

Forget screen size and processor speed — price makes a bigger difference than anything else for smartphone buyers, a new study suggests. In a survey released Thursday by Qualcomm — containing some questions submitted by Mashable — about 71% of survey respondents said they influenced by prices and promotions when selecting their next smartphone, compared […]

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This Portable Keyboard Is a Great Gift for OS Agnostics

Mashable’s Gift of the Day series highlights cool, interesting and fun products for that special someone on your holiday list. The ZAGGkeys FLEX Tablet Keyboard and Stand is the perfect gift for the gadget-lover in your life, no matter his favorite mobile operating system. The portable Bluetooth keyboard works with iPad and iPhone, as well […]

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Mashable Weekend Recap: 67 Stories You Might Have Missed

The fallout from Apple’s Maps debacle was among the top headlines this past weekend. Mashable brought you those stories, as well as other tech and social media news while you were out of the office. Our staff kept tabs on all the latest happenings, so don’t worry if you missed a few articles. Check out […]

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