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Boost Mobile launches the 5.7-inch MAX phablet

Boost Mobile has announced the immediate availability of the MAX phablet from ZTE. The handset is simply dubbed the Boost MAX and will bring a 5.7-inch HD IPS display. Boost Mobile is playing up the size of the display here, tempting folks with a bit about how the large screen size of the MAX "brings the best of a smartphone and tablet together."

Verizon Moto G release confirmed for January 9

Putting an end to the rumors, Verizon Wireless has confirmed the release date and pricing for the Moto G. The handset will be joining the prepaid lineup as of January 9th and as was expected, it will be selling for $99.99. Verizon will initially have the Moto G available online, however the handset is also expected in retail stores sometime in the "coming weeks."

Boost Mobile Moto G arrives by way of HSN

Rumors of a Boost Mobile Moto G surfaced last week and it looks like the handset has quietly come available. The catch here is the availability. For now it seems that is limited to HSN, the Home Shopping Network. The Moto G is priced at $129.99 and those considering a purchase will be able to choose from a handful of color options.

Verizon Moto G $100 price point explained

Verizon has already announced plans to launch the Moto G in early 2014. The handset will be joining the prepaid lineup and while an official release date and price is still needed -- it appears as if those details have been revealed. Keeping in mind nothing is official until we hear it from Big Red, it looks like the Moto G will be available on January 9th and with a price point of $99.99.

Coolpad Flo 3G smartphone makes its US debut on T-Mobile GoSmart

Coolpad is a Chinese company that has been, like its kin, churning out smartphones like crazy. Last September, it unveiled a somewhat unique Tegra 4-powered Magview smartphone and a companion cWatch C1 waterproof smartwatch. Now it wants to venture into the US market with its Coolpad Flo, a rather nondescript budget phone and the company's first 3G smartphone for its new target market.

Verizon kicks off 300 MB Daily Plan for tablets

People with tablets might want to use their devices to connect to the Internet from time to time but don't want to be tied down to a full two-year contract. Verizon might just have the right thing with a new low-cost daily prepaid plan made especially for this type of mobile users.
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