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Pebble website teases of a surprise in 4 days

When you go to the Pebble website, you'll be forgiven for thinking a bomb will go off in 4 days and x number of hours, seconds, milliseconds, etc. Of course it's not a literal bomb (we hope not) but the timer seems to be signaling a major surprise from the smartwatch maker. But as to what this surprise will be is still up for a lot of speculation, from a colored display wearable/new hardware or it may be a new software or maybe even both.

Galaxy S6 Edge spied breaking records on AnTuTu

The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge has been spied making a run at the AnTuTu benchmark program and in its wake are details about the hardware that will be inside the device when it launches. We are all expecting big things from the next Galaxy S device and if the benchmarks are real, big things are in store performance wise.

Samsung might have confirmed Galaxy S6, S6 Edge with support pages

While Samsung has not officially come out with a press release about it, the presence of support pages on its website may have confirmed that the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge will be launching in a few weeks time at their pre-event at the Mobile World Congress. There is still not much information (except speculation) about the two devices, but fans of the OEM are already looking forward to the unveiling of the newest smartphone variants.

Verizon tipped to chop $10 off most data plans this week

A rumor that is said to be from a reliable source is making its rounds having to do with Verizon. According to the rumor, Verizon is set to make some significant discounts in price to its data plans on Thursday, February 5. The source of the rumors claim that the $10 discount will come to most of the data plans that the company offers.

Samsung rumored to make bloatware optional, downloadable

Englightenment or desperation? Whichever your take on Samsung's motives, the Korean OEM is now reported to be slimming down its phone's experience even further. In addition to making the TouchWiz aesthetic fall in line with the new Material Design, it will also be moving much of its less frequently used but pre-installed apps out of the default installation and into Google Play Store, or perhaps its own GALAXY Apps Store, paving the way for a more Nexus-like experience of Samsung devices.

Android Community Weekly Digest: Jan. 25, 2015

It's been quite a start to the year, with CES kicking off 2015. Things are relatively more quiet now in the mobile world, the calm before the storm that will be MWC 2015. For this week, we turn our attention to some existing and upcoming accessories for your mobile devices, but that doesn't mean we don't have a few juicy tidbits about devices and businesses. Welcome to this year's first Android Community's Weekly Digest, covering the period from January 19 to January 25, 2015.

HTC One M9 leaked photos that looks like it could be legit

As we sit anxiously and count the days till March 1st for Mobile World Congress, we are surprised to see leaked photos of what HTC could be calling the new One M9. From the looks of it, it appears the new One M9 still retains the smooth metal chassis from the current model One M8. We can see that there are noticeable differences with the supposedly prototype M9 - trimmer all around, bezels are slimmer, the physical body seems to have lost weight and a square camera versus a circular camera on the current One M8.

New Sony Xperia smartphone lands at the FCC

A new Sony Xperia smartphone has crossed the FCC seeking certifications to come to market. There are no actual images of the device to be seen at this time, but there is line art and an image of the tags that will be featured on the smartphone.
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