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Verizon stops throttling,doubles data in shared plans

Verizon "changed their mind" when it comes to their planned data throttling for unlimited data users, but this may not be out of the goodness of their hearts. The FCC exerted pressure on the carrier to reverse their decision, and it seems like this, together with much public criticism, actually worked as they revealed they decided to "not move forward" with implementing their plan. Instead, they have removed unlimited data plans and just doubled the data for shared users in their MORE Everything plans.

Nexus 6 gets a massive set of mockups and leaked photos

The rumor mill is spinning like crazy as we near the expected reveal date for Google's next Nexus device. But while we haven't really seen an actual Nexus 6 just yet, aside from two photos allegedly of the smartphone being used in the wild, some rather passionate fan has taken it up on himself to create a wooden model of the device to give others a more solid, pardon the pun, idea of what it might look like.

Fleksy arrives on Amazon, Samsung app stores, adds 2 languages

Virtual keyboard Fleksy has announced that they are coming to a couple more app stores as they continue to expand their presence in the Android Community. Now you can get the app through Amazon and Samsung's own appstores. They've also added a few new languages and brought a major update to its Android Wear app to celebrate a milestone for downloads for the wearables.

LEGO Creator Islands lets you build all things awesome

Addicted to Minecraft? Consider a new strategy game called the LEGO Creator Islands. That’s right—it’s LEGO. This new app for Android lets you build your own island complete with Minifigures living and defending and rebuilding it.

Chargerito smartphone charger is incredibly small

If you have ever packed up your smartphone charger for a day or more on the go and wondered why it was so big and bulky, you aren't alone. Chargers seem to be much larger than they really need to be. A new product called the Chargerito claims to be the smallest smartphone charger ever, and from the looks of it just may be.

Parrot Zik 2.0: lighter, better battery controls

Headphones, while still one of the best way of listening to music (well, as compared to earphones), have a reputation of being too bulky and heavy to carry on your daily commute, walk or run. Parrot's Zik headphones aims to change all that by giving you a lighter (nothing can be done about the bulk we guess) but still as powerful device with its Parrot Zik 2.0.

Pushbullet app updated, subscribing to Channels now possible

Just when you thought that RSS readers are dying, no thanks to Google Reader’s demise, here comes an app that sends notification feeds of things you are subscribed to. The newly updated Pushbullet brings notification feeds that can be subscribed to and notifications from your phone to your desktop so you won’t have to miss another text message or phone call.
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