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Droid Landing Twitter Account Awakens, Teases "Reactivation Fast Approaching"

You have to admire Verizon's commitment to the robot thing. Every year the @DroidLanding Twitter account comes back to life in the lead up to a new Droid announcement. This year it's just in time for the Motorola event on Thursday.

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Pocket Updated To v5.6 With Download Limits, Better Evernote Support, And More

Pocket is one of the most popular ways to read cluttered web pages in a format that won't drive you to the edge of madness. The Android app has been consistently awesome, and today it's getting even better with version 5.6. This time attention is being paid to how you manage your articles.

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Sonos 5.1 Update Lets Users Set Things Up Using Their Existing Wi-Fi Networks, No Sonos Bridge Required

With a Sonos sound system, people can pump music through every room of the house using their Android phone or tablet as a master control device. This wireless audio jujitsu previously required users to directly plug a Sonos Bridge into their routers, which would create a dedicated network for the system to do its business on. With version 5.1, the Bridge is no longer required. New customers can set up their Sonos systems using their existing Wi-Fi networks.

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Leaked Sony QX1 Gadget Is A Mirrorless Lens Mount For Smartphones, Supporting Sony's E-Series Lenses

Sony's QX100 and QX10 lenses are add-on gadgets that purport to give your phone DSLR-quality imaging capabilities. While the concept of those devices is more interesting than their execution, it looks like Sony is set to change the game with its next version. Photos of the "ILCE-QX1" leaked by Sony Alpha Rumors show what's basically an independent E-mount module, which might just support any of the various Sony E-mount lenses already on the market.

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Paranoid Android 4.6 Beta 1 Adds Colorful Dynamic System Bars

The first beta of Paranoid Android 4.6 has been made available for download and it includes a feature the team has been working on for some time. Dynamic System Bars (DSB) allows the status and navigation bars to match the action bar color in apps. If you've ever used the Tinted Status bar mod for Xposed, this is a similar idea.

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Sony Xperia Z3 And Z3 Compact Supposedly Leaked Ahead Of An IFA Reveal, Photos And Specs Included

It's been less than six months since Sony announced the top-of-the-line Xperia Z2 back at Mobile World Congress, but it looks like the company may be ready to release yet another iteration at IFA in Berlin. A Facebook fan page (reported by the reliable XperiaBlog) posted photos of what looks a lot like the next Xperia superphone, the Z3. A sticker on the device includes specifications, though there's no way to confirm them.

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[Deal Alert] Anker 40W 5-Port USB Charging Station Discounted To $19.99 On Amazon With Coupon Code

If you want to charge all the things in one spot, you're probably going to need more USB ports. Today we've come across an Anker 40W USB charging station rocking five of them. We previously pointed one of these out back at the beginning of this year, and this model is just like that one, only better. Rather than 25W, we're looking at 40.

Since this model spits out more juice, the price is slightly higher.

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Save Up To 85% On Over 1,000 Educational Books With Today's Amazon Goldbox Deal

Look, educational books can be expensive. When you decide to learn something new – either on your own or in school – you have to dig in, which oftentimes means buying books on the subject. Amazon wants to ease the pain for both students and self-teachers with today's Goldbox Deal, where you'll find upwards of a thousand different titles in a variety of topics. It's worth noting that these are Kindle editions, so if you're a physical book kind of person, you're out of luck.

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Facebook Becomes First Non-Google App To Hit 1 Billion Installs In Play Store

The Facebook Android app is hugely popular whether you like it or not (I'm assuming you don't). The social network is already the largest online community in the world, but now Zuckerberg and company can add another feather in their collective hat—Facebook for Android is the first non-Google app to reach 1 billion downloads in Google Play. Are the end times at hand?

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Facebook is even outpacing several of Google's own apps like Chrome, Hangouts, and Google Search (I don't even know how that's possible).

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BSkyB NOW TV Media Streaming App Gets Chromecast Support

BSkyB is more than happy to offer TV shows, movies, and sports to people living in the United Kingdom and Ireland who are willing to pay. Now the company has bundled Chromecast support into the latest version of its mobile apps. This way customers can take the content they were used to watching on their TVs before switching over to phones or tablets and put it right back on their TVs.

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This whole process may sound unnecessary, but there's something to be said for said ignoring the bulkiness of a cable box to deal with the convenience of an app that supplies shows on demand. Chromecast support lets users who have been drawn away to their mobile devices return that content right back to the largest screen in the house where it feels most at home.

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