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HTC One M7 Getting Lollipop 5.0.2 Update In Europe

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Prepare To Defend Yourself From Persian Armies And In-App Purchases In Gameloft's Age Of Sparta

Ah, Gameloft. There are certain constants in the world—fish always swim in the sea, birds always fly in the sky, and Gameloft always finds new ways to pack in-app purchases into games. The latest title from Gameloft is Age of Sparta, a world-builder set in ancient Greece. There are lots of things to buy.

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Nitrome's Magic Touch: Wizard For Hire Seeks Applicants With Fast Fingers

Wanted: one wizard with experience repelling invading armies by drawing shapes in the air. Must provide own wizard robe and be okay with light in-app purchases. If this sounds like you, there's a game you should play called Magic Touch: Wizard for Hire.

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The Galaxy S6 Appears To Have Been Leaked In All Its Glory

This might be the Galaxy S6. It started with a few images of a phone shrouded in bubble wrap, but that was quickly followed by more images of the phone from all angles. You can never be completely sure with leaks, but these look legit.

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Xiaomi Mi 3 Gets Official TWRP Support

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Google Launches Android For Work To Help Keep Business And Personal Lives Separate

After spending years as a kid and many more as a student, we each get to a point where the majority of our time gets sucked into work. This leaves many employees glued to their phones, and unsurprisingly, the tech giants all want it to be their phones.

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Third-Person Shooter Overkill 3 Available To All Following A Lengthy Beta

Overkill 3 has been in development for a while now, including an Android beta test over the last few months. Now the game is officially out and ready to be played on your device of choice. It has explosions, shooting, and invisible guns. Wait, what?

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Lollipop Update For Moto X (2nd Gen) On AT&T Shows Up Over Three Months Late To The Party

It takes a while to fit the latest version of Android on a device, get it carrier certified, and push it out to users. I get that. But for whatever reason, AT&T's version of the 2014 Moto X got lost in the shuffle. While the pure edition of the flagship phone received Lollipop back in November, with Verizon following shortly thereafter, AT&T's version is apparently only just now going out over the air.

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[Update: Winner] Win A Nexus 6 And 18 dbrand Skins From AP And dbrand

A little while ago, I went hands-on with some dbrand skins. I say that if you're looking for a way to spice up your phone without going for a big bulky case, these are hands-down the way to go. They look great, are easy enough to apply, and come off easily should the need ever arise.

This contest is now over.

The final results are listed below. If you've won, you will be contacted in the near future.

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Google Boosts Play Music Storage Limit From 20,000 To 50,000 Songs

Google launched Play Music back in 2011 with the option for users to upload their entire music collection for easy streaming. Play Music started with a limit of 20,000 songs, and it's stayed there ever since. Google has just announced a change, though. Play Music now allows up to 50,000 songs.

2015-02-25 12_48_17-Listen Now - Google Play Music

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