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Official Imgur App Leaves Geo-Restricted Beta, Now Available For All Users

Imgur's official Android app first hit the scene back in early-ish April, but was then geo-restricted to Australia (later expanded to UK and Canada) whilst in its beta period, leaving tens of thousands (possibly even millions) of angry image-searchers without, well, an app. Hell was raised, tempers flared, blah blah blah. The calm settled in once again, and life went back to normal for the bulk of us.

But now, everything changes.

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Evleaks Breaks Down HTC's Upcoming Phablet In Detail - 5.9" Display, Snapdragon 800, Fingerprint Scanner, Stylus

Grab your grains of salt, ladies and gentlemen, it's time for a little rumor-mongering. The quite-often-reliable @evleaks has once again turned on the taps, and out has flowed an impressive stream of detail about an upcoming HTC phone codenamed 'T6.' The existence of the device, just so you know, has also been corroborated by Pocket-lint in the past.

This device is allegedly HTC's first super-sized smartphone, with a display measuring up at a staggering 5.9 inches.

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Respected Security Researcher To Demo "One Root To Rule Them All" At Black Hat Conference

There may be many ways to root an Android phone, but there's allegedly one root to rule them all. At this year's Black Hat USA 2013 conference, security researcher Jeff Forristal will detail how to gain system access and control on nearly any Android device. The bug was disclosed back in February, and Google presumably has worked to patch the vulnerability in the months since, so don't get too excited.

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Google Inserts Nutrition Info Into Search, Can Report How Many Calories Are In Full Meals

I really want to live and eat more healthily, but lets be frank - it's rough. When it comes to exercising, staying disciplined is hard. When it comes to eating nutritious foods, ignorance is easy. For better or worse, that last excuse is going away now that Google is dragging nutrition information into search results. Ask your phone how many calories are in that bucket of popcorn, and let the guilt sink in.

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Glu Mobile Plans To Add Gambling (With Real Money) To Games By The End Of Q2, Starting With Deer Hunter Reloaded

Everyone knows that adding a bit of money to a game makes it more interesting. Ubiquitous developer Glu Mobile is putting a lot of faith in that idea, and they plan to roll out a real-world gambling system to their games very soon, starting with Deer Hunter Reloaded. Glu will be using the Skillz platform, allowing players to bet small amounts of real money on the outcome of skill-based games, usually in some kind of tournament or winner-take-all round.

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HTC One Nexus Experience Clarifications: IR Blaster Disabled, No HTC Camera Features, And No Beats Audio Switch

We know there have been some specific questions floating around about the HTC One Nexus User Experience since it was announced earlier this morning, and we've been working to get those questions answered. HTC has been kind enough to answer some of the questions we found most pertinent, so here they are.

Will the stock Android camera experience replace the HTC camera app (and thus all the HTC features)?

The HTC One Special Edition contains the stock Android camera experience.

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Huge Root Explorer Version 3.0 Update Adds Tabbed User Interface, Cloud Storage Support, Background Processing, And More

Root Explorer is a favorite among power users, including yours truly, for its no-nonsense approach to file management on Android. That said, the app was getting a bit long in the tooth before today, with a stale UI and a lack of new features. Developer Speed Software has released a major update to Root Explorer with a ton of new content, including a revamped user interface, networking and cloud storage options, and background processing.

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It's Official: The HTC One With Stock Android Is Coming To The Play Store On June 26th For $600

As confirmed by Hugo Barra on Google+ and the official HTC blog, a version of the company's One phone with stock Android 4.2.2 software is coming: on June 26th, you'll be able to buy the "Nexus User Experience" HTC One through the (US) Play Store for $599. The phone was actually announced by Sundar Pichai at AllThingsD's D11 conference this morning.

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The hardware is essentially the SIM-unlocked 32GB version of the device you can buy on HTC's website, meaning support for LTE on both T-Mobile and AT&T.

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Sony Rolling Out Jelly Bean 4.1 To Xperia S, SL, And Acro S, Xperia Ion Coming Soon

Good news for Sony fans: the company is finally starting to roll out Jelly Bean updates to some of its more notable 2012 smartphones. The former headliner Xperia S, its brother the SL, and the camera-focused SL all have Android 4.1 waiting for them. Users will need the a Windows PC and the Sony PC Companion to download and install the updated software, which includes a refreshed kernel as well.

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Evernote Introduces Three New Features To Keep Your Account Secure: Two-Step Verification, Access History, And Authorized Applications

Whether we're talking about Twitter, Gmail, bank accounts, or anything else accessible on the web, account security is no joke. As a result, we're starting to see more and more companies take advantage of advanced security methods like two-factor authentication, which requires the user to not only entire a username and password, but also a code typically send via SMS to the user's cell phone. This means that a physical device must be accessible, making it much more difficult for would-be snoopsters to remotely gain access to an account.

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