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Samsung's Unpacked Teaser Trailer All But Confirms The Galaxy S5 At MWC

Samsung is no stranger to teasers, but with Mobile World Congress just days away, the excitement surrounding the Galaxy S5 is reaching fanboy-ish proportions. It's a perfect time to drop a teaser video that throws around the number 5 to get everyone all amped up, and that's what Samsung just did.

The trailer has a lot of verbs and nouns raised to the 5th power, which I suppose is how Samsung has decided to indicate this is about the Galaxy S5 without actually saying it.

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[Update: Pricing] Oral B Announces The World's First Bluetooth-Connected Toothbrush – Nope, Not Kidding

Stop for a second and think about all the things you've imagined with Bluetooth connectivity. Now narrow that list down to all the absurd, goofy, or just downright ridiculous ideas you've had just for a laugh. Done? Good. Here's an idea so outlandish that I bet it never even crossed your mind.

Oral B just announced a Bluetooth-connected toothbrush (can we just call it a Bluetoothbrush?). With an app. It's going to be on display at Mobile World Congress.

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Stitcher Radio v3.2 Adds New 'Listen Later' Playlist And The Ability To Stream Unlimited Past Episodes

Stitcher Radio has made the jump to version 3.2, and it's a pretty nice update. Ever start a podcast and wish you could come back to it later without having to search? The app's new "Listen Later" feature will take care of that problem. Just click on an episode and hit up the "Add to Listen Later" option that appears. You can then access it and other saved episodes from the sidebar.

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Friday App And Game Sales: Fist Of Awesome, Dropsync Pro, Strategy & Tactics: WW II, And More

Phone feeling drab and uninteresting? Some new apps and games might help, and we've got some deals to make it pretty affordable. It's time to give your phone a fresh coat of paint, but not literally. Android Police cannot be held liable if you paint your phone.

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Google Releases A Public Beta Version Of The Google Cast Chrome Extension, Should Provide Early Access To New Features

There's little doubt that the Chromecast is one of the best tech products released last year, and with the recent availability of the Google Cast SDK, it's on its way to getting even better. While the majority of users probably send content to Chromecast from their mobile devices, let's not forget that there's also a Chrome extension that allows things like Netflix, Play Music, YouTube, and even specific tabs to be beamed over to the TV.

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Sprint Resumes Moto X Android 4.4.2 Soak Test, Update Now Rolling Out To Select Devices

T-Mobile began its soak test of the Moto X running Android 4.4.2 earlier this month, a version of Kitkat that has already gone out to devices in Canada. It seems, though, that American carriers are largely taking their time with the release. Sprint placed its own soak test on hold just a half-hour after announcing it. Now, after roughly a week's wait, the process is back on. The issue has been addressed, and Android 4.4.2 is rolling out to those taking part in the testing process.

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OnePlus Exec Promises His Company's Flagship Phone Will Cost Less Than $500, Unlocked And Off-Contract

We haven't heard much in the way of news regarding the OnePlus One since CyanogenMod and OnePlus first announced their collaboration in early January. Since then the team has shared its intent to release the phone internationally in the second quarter of this year, a plan that sounded ambitious then and continues to do so now. But early this morning OnePlus's Pete Lau took to Google+ with a message about the handset's eventual price.

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NVIDIA Announces A Mobile Network-Connected Tegra Note 7, Available In Q2 For $299

If an always-connected tablet is something your heart has always desired but your brain won't let you open your wallet long enough to pay what carriers are asking for their branded tablets, the heavens may have just opened up for you. NVIDIA is unleashing a mobile network-connected version of the the EVGA Tegra Note 7 on the world, which will be available sometime in Q2. And the timing couldn't be better – the Wi-Fi TN7 just got updated to Android 4.4.2 last night, which also brings NVIDIA's GamePad Mapper to the device.

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Sprint Will Fire Up WiFi Calling Tomorrow (February 21st), Coming To Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini And Galaxy Mega First

T-Mobile has had WiFi calling for a number of years, but now Sprint is about to get into the game. Rumors began circulating early this year, and now we have the details on the launch, which is happening tomorrow. An OTA update (scheduled for 2/21 as well) for the Galaxy S4 Mini and Galaxy Mega will enable WiFi calling on those devices, but other phones will come later.

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[The Android Police Files #6] Plz Bro I Need Kitkat 4.4 Stock Android Apk File For My Galaxy S4

Nearly two months have passed since our last installment of the Android Police Files, so I'm not going to spend much time on the introduction this time around. You already know what you're in for. Below are eight emails that several people out there mistakenly thought contained either legitimate questions or useful information of some kind. Unfortunately, grammar or common sense (but usually grammar) got in the way. Anyway, you've been more than patient, so without further ado, I present to you our sixth installment.

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