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New Qualcomm LTE Multimode modem capable of 450Mbps

Qualcomm has unveiled a new generation LTE Multimode modem that is capable of very fast download speeds of up to 450 Mbps. The announcement of the new modem makes Qualcomm the first company to announce an LTE Advanced Category 10 modem capable of 450 Mbps downlink 3x carrier aggregation.

Telegram 2.0 update brings Material Design and more

A major new update has been published for the Android app Telegram bringing a full redesign and Android 5.0 material design. Every screen of the app was updated to make it consistent with Android 5.0 design standards and animations. Support for the new standards was also added for older Android devices.

Sony Xperia Z3, Z3 Compact, Z3 Tablet Compact owners get 3 free movies

If you have purchased a new Sony Xperia Z3 device recently, you may have three free full-length films waiting for you to download. Buyers who recently bought the Xperia Z3, Xperia Z3 Compact, or Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact need to check the Xperia lounge app. Sony is offering three popular films at no cost to buyers of these devices including The Amazing Spider-Man 2 among others.

XOO Belt charges your phone and keeps your pants up

Keeping your smartphone charged up and working when you are on the go a lot can be a challenge. There are plenty of battery cases and external batteries on the market, and most of them take up space in your bag that you might not have. A new charger system has debuted that turns the charger into a wearable device you can take with you anywhere.

Nokia Store to rebrand to Opera Mobile Store

Users of Nokia phones like the Series 40, Series 60, Symbian, Ahsa, and Nokia X devices that enjoy buying apps and games from the Nokia Store have a change coming they will want to be aware of. During the first half of 2015, the Nokia Store will be replaced with the Opera Mobile Store.

Nokia N1 Android tablet powered by Intel 64-bit CPU

Nokia has rolled out a new tablet that is powered by the Android operating system called the Nokia N1. The tablet comes with the Nokia Z Launcher home screen that promises to make the tablet simple to use and gives users the ability to scribble a letter on the screen to find apps that start with that letter. Nokia uses a 64-bit Intel quad core processor inside.

Angry Birds Go multiplayer update now available

If you have played the Angry Birds Go racing game in the past and longed for the ability to play against other people, you need the latest update for the game. The new multiplayer update is out and ready to download. With the update applied, you will be able to race directly against friends and rival crews with 3 vs. 3 multiplayer races.

Kingston rolls out new higher capacity memory cards

No matter what brand of Android device you are using, one thing they have in common is memory card slots for expansion. Kingston is a big name in memory cards and the company has announced a new generation of memory cards that bring higher storage capacities to the table. Two memory card lines have been upgraded with more capacity including Class 10 UHS-I microSD cards and Class 10 UHS-I SDHC/SDXC cards.

Sony Xperia T2 Ultra Dual gets the Midas touch

Sony unveiled the Xperia T2 Ultra Android smartphone early this year. The first time we talked about the device was back in January of this year. When it originally launched you could get it in purple, black, or white colors. Sony has now announced another color option just in time to lure in new buyers looking to give a smartphone for Christmas.
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