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MyGlass App Updated With Support For Remote Control And Input For Screencasts

Odds are you don't yet have access to Google Glass yet, but the MyGlass app should be quite robust by the time you can buy Google's face-computer. A new update to MyGlass allows you to control the Glass UI from the screencast experience on your phone or tablet.

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A screencast on Google Glass is a way to stream the Glass interface in real time to a regular Android device.

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[New Game] Star Wars Force Collection Available Now, Because There Aren't Enough Card Games In The Play Store Already

Hey kids, do you remember the awesome Star Wars collectible trading cards from Topps? Of course you don't, and neither do I, because the shameless whoring of the brand has burned away whatever good memories of Star Wars I ever possessed. Here's Konami's attempt to wring a few more bucks out of science fiction's most used-up intellectual property with an almost certainly crappy free-to-play battle card game.

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If you haven't seen this particular style of game before, it goes something like this: you collect a bunch of cards which have RPG-style defense and attack attributes.

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[Deal Alert] Silver Verizon HTC One Available On Amazon For $119.99 With New Two-Year Contract, $129.99 For Upgrades

It took many long months for the HTC One to make its way over to Verizon, but for people who are loyal or otherwise bound to the company, it was worth the wait. The handset is still one of the most powerful out there, and while beauty may be in the eye of the beholder, no Android device has yet to attract the near-universal praise for its look and feel that the HTC One has.

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Qualcomm Gets In On The Smartwatch Trend, Announces Qualcomm Toq With Mirasol Screen

Samsung just unveiled the much-rumored Galaxy Gear smartwatch, but that's far from the only new smartwatch about to hit wrists around the world. Qualcomm, the company best known for building the ARM chips powering most modern Android devices, has just announced the Toq smartwatch. The Toq (pronounced 'talk') will be compatible with Android 4.0.3 and higher, but does not appear to run Android itself. Unlike the Gear, Qualcomm is promising the Toq will get multiple days of battery life from a single charge thanks to its Mirasol screen.

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The 2013 LTE Nexus 7 That You Can Barely Find Anywhere Gets Updated To Build Number JLS36C

The LTE version of the new Nexus 7 still isn't that easy to get your hands on, but a new update has rolled out for those of you who happen to own this slightly more expensive version of what is already a solid tablet. Like any new device, the Nexus 7 comes with a handful of bugs. Build number JLS36C doesn't do much, but it changes a bunch of system files, patching both the radio and the recovery.

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[New App] Sidebar Plus Arrives In The Play Store With Customizable Sidebars Full Of Widgets, Settings, And Apps

Sidebar Plus got a bit of attention a few days ago when it was in testing on XDA, but now the app is done and live in the Play Store. This app creates a series of slide-out bars on your device that can be filled with almost anything you want, from quick settings to widgets.

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This app includes a few pre-configured sidebars with settings, contacts, and a few other things.

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Hands-On (And Video) With The Galaxy Gear At IFA 2013

The Galaxy Gear has been leaked, rumored, and talked about for months now, and it's finally here. Well, it exists and we've seen it, anyway. We got some quick hands-on time with Samsung's don't-call-it-a-watch smart watch, and have plenty to say.

First off, Samsung was very clear during our hands-on time that the Gear shouldn't be thought of as a watch. The question of whether non-watch-wearers will be willing to pick one up is moot to the manufacturer, as the experience and functionality provided by the watch should be enough to sway users toward adding the high-tech accessory to their wardrobe.

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Hands-On (And Video) With The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition At IFA 2013

Besides the Galaxy Gear and Note 3, Samsung has made official a new "2014 edition" Note 10.1. While, if its name is anything to go by, the 10.1 has long to go before release, Samsung gave us some early hands-on time with the tablet.

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Hands-On (And Video) With The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 At IFA 2013

Besides taking a look at the Galaxy Gear here at IFA 2013, we also got the chance to play around with Samsung's new lineup of Note devices, namely the Note 3 and the Note 10.1 2014 edition.

Ignoring for a moment the devices' form factors, they share a lot of similarities and, in fact, share just about everything software-wise. Samsung's main focus with the new devices, besides their refreshed specs, displays, and hardware design, is the S Pen, which itself has received a functionality upgrade.

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