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HTC One SV Goes On Sale In The UK Sim-Free For £349.99

Following its unveiling last month, HTC's confusingly named One SV has made its way over to British shores, and is now available to purchase SIM-free from Clove for £349.99.

For your money, you'll be getting a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM and a 4.3-inch display to play your favorite games and watch a few movies on. Unfortunately, the display only has a resolution of 480x800, so it won't be the sharpest looking phone out there.

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AOKP Starts Over With Jelly Bean 4.2 - Build 1 For Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 4 And Nexus 7 Available Now

Good news, ROM enthusiasts: the Android Open Kang Project has released the much-anticipated first build of 4.2. Bad news: it's a completely new ROM, built from the ground up. That means that it won't be quite as feature-packed as you remembered, and device support is limited to the more popular Nexus models, at least for now. You'll also need to install a recovery that's compatible with 4.2 ROMs (the latest ClockworkMod and TWRP should do the trick) and do a full data wipe of your previous ROM.

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[Deal Alert] Buy A 12000mAh New Trent Portable Charger ($77), Get A 9000mAh Charger Free

Looking for a deal on a portable charger? I mean, come on, you can never have too many. If so, we found a pretty great one on Amazon tonight, and it's from a company whose chargers we personally recommend: New Trent. Here's the deal - add both of the following chargers to your cart - the IMP120D and the IMP90D. Then, at checkout, enter the promo code "33ITURBO" to apply the discount.

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[Deal Alert] Droid RAZR HD Drops To Just $99 From Amazon Wireless For New Lines And Upgrades

If you've got some spare holiday cash burning a hole in your pocket, now might be the time to jump on the RAZR HD deal Amazon is offering. If you pick up the device from Amazon Wireless right now, it's only going to run you $99 –  no matter if you're a new customer or not. Previously the device was priced at $130, and then only if you were new to Big Red.

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Nexus 10 Back In Stock On The U.S. Play Store (For Now) In Both 16GB And 32GB Flavors

Like riding a roller coaster, it seems like ordering Nexus devices from the Play Store is full of its ups and downs. Today, it's up! At least, for the 16GB and 32GB Nexus 10 for U.S. customers. The two tablets have just gone back in stock via Google's storefront. There is even an encouraging "Ships in less than one week" disclaimer. Ordering seems to be working flawlessly at the moment, though, there isn't a huge rush right now.

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LG Optimus Black CyanogenMod 10.1 Nightlies Now Live

If you're an Optimus Black owner, you may be interested to know that CyanogenMod 10.1 nightly builds (see blurb below) have arrived for the LG handset. CyanogenMod 10.1 is based on Android 4.2, and includes many of the cool new Android 4.2 goodies like notification bar power toggles, Swype-style keyboard input, and a brand-new camera app.

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Definition: A "nightly" is a bleeding edge release that is built on a daily basis, usually at night after a full day's worth of new code has been committed.
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Canonical Announces Ubuntu For Smartphones, A New Version Of Its OS Just For Your Pocket 'Superphone'

While Ubuntu (and Linux as a whole) may not be hugely popular among the consumer desktop computing crowd, it'd be folly to discount the OS as a whole. Especially among the Android developer crowd. Well, if you happen to be among the tech-literate faithful who use open source desktop operating systems to write code for your open source phone operating systems, Canonical would like to make your life a little weirder: introducing Ubuntu for smartphones!

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CTIA To Combine Both Mobile Trade Shows Into A 'Super Mobile Show' Voltron In 2014

If you've not heard of CTIA... Well, that's actually kind of understandable. While it does organize the US's largest mobile-dedicated trade show, CTIA has taken a back seat to shows like CES and MWC in the last couple of years. This is largely because CTIA focuses on the US market, and most hardware manufacturers prefer to have their latest wares unveiled on a slightly more international-friendly stage.

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CTIA also typically runs two trade shows - one for consumers, and one for enterprises.

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Samsung Posts Jelly Bean Kernel Source Code For The International Note 10.1, Tab 2 10.1, and Tab 2 7

You know what's fun? Source code. Source code is fun. OK, maybe it's not everyone's idea of fun, but Samsung has just released the kernel code for three more tablets – the international Note 10.1 (GT-N8010), Tab 2 10.1 (GT-P5110), and tab 2 7 (GT-P3110) – and we thought some people may get excited about that.

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This means more tweaks, mods, and other un-stock things are coming to the aforementioned devices.

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[Updated: Here Are The Winners!] Giveaway: Win One Of 20 PowerAmp Or 20 InDrive Licenses

Who wants some free apps? You do? Cool. Read on.

I'm sure you've all heard of PowerAmp before. But for those who haven't, it's probably the most powerful, versatile, and customizable music player in the Play Store. And that's saying something, because there is no shortage of music players on there. So, what's so cool about it? The fact that it can do basically everything you could possibly want from a media player.

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