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[WTF] Softcard's (Formerly Isis) New Mascot Puppet Tappy Wants You To Tap Him, Is Absolutely Terrifying

In what I must describe as an almost so-comical-as-to-be-intentional inability to brand itself effectively to consumers, Softcard, fomerly Isis, has come up with a new ad campaign for its NFC tap-to-pay service that should not be viewed by children or those with irrational fears of eyelashes. Meet Tappy. Don't say I didn't warn you.

First, let's get the basics down. Tappy is a tap-to-pay terminal with creepily large eyeballs, humans hands, and shoes.

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[Weekend Poll] Do Carrier Logos On Your Phone Actually Bother You?

So, we just found out that the AT&T version of the Nexus 6, which everyone had assumed up to this point would be exactly like every other Nexus 6, is not in fact like every other Nexus 6. It has been... branded - allegedly. At least according to AT&T's BusinessDirect device site.

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If you ordered a Nexus 6 from AT&T, you probably did not expect this. You probably did not want this.

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Verizon To Make 2-Year Contract ETFs 83% More Sucky Starting Today, Because Verizon

Are you a Verizon customer? Are you due for an upgrade on your 2-year contract? Well, go in armed with the knowledge that any 2-year agreement signed from today forward is going to have a substantially awful...er early termination clause.

The base fee of $350 is remaining the same - that's the not-bad news (I mean, it's obviously not good news). The problem is that until you're 8 full months into your contract, that ETF doesn't start declining.

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T-Mobile Updates Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition To Android 4.4.4, Download Booster Comes Along For The Ride

If you've got a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 (or SGN1012014, as I like to call it) on T-Mobile, you may want to head into Settings > About tablet > Software updates and see if there's something waiting for you. Team Magenta started pushing the 4.4.4 update out today, which also brings Download Booster along with it. Fun times.

New Features

  • Update to Android 4.4 (KitKat)
  • Download Booster

Improvements

  • IPv6 updates

That's essentially the bulk of it right there.

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AT&T Provides OTA Updates For The Galaxy Note II, S III, S4, Mega, And LG G3 [Update: Galaxy Tab S 8.4 And 10.5, Too]

Update: Let us not forget the Galaxy Tab S 8.4. AT&T has updated that device this week as well, bumping it up to KOT49H.T707AUCU1ANJ5 after a 32MB download. As for the changes, they're a yawn.

  • Carrier Billing enhancements
  • Updates to ATT Mail, Keeper, YPMobile

Those changes are largely the same as the Galaxy Tab S 10.5's OTA this week. This 58MB update left the device at build number KOT49H.T807AUCU1ANJ5.

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Galaxy Note Edge Now On Sale In The US From Most Carriers With Prices Starting At A Staggering $399.99 On-Contract

The Galaxy Note Edge is now available in the US from most of the major carriers, and to anyone out there who wants its intriguing curved strip of extra screen space, well, it's going to cost you. If you missed our last report, then you might want to sit down. This handset comes in at roughly $900 off-contract, and even if you're thinking of making a two-year commitment, you will still have to hand over the cost of one 32GB Nexus 5.

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Sprint's Nexus 6 Is Available For Order—Blue 32GB Version Only

Sprint's original announcement said that today would be the big day—you'd be able to wander into a Sprint store on November 14th and buy a Nexus 6. Well, it's not clear exactly what's going on. Sprint has put the Nexus 6 up on its website, but there's no firm ship date.

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Motorola's Keylink Bluetooth Accessory Pops Up At A T-Mobile Retailer For $24.99

Last week's update to the Motorola Connect support app showed off the "Keylink," an accessory we hadn't seen before. Based on the shots of the app, it looked like a simple Bluetooth gadget that lived on your keyring and made it easy to find your keys from your phone, or vice versa. Now it looks like Motorola has officially launched the Keylink: one of our readers spotted at least one T-Mobile retail store selling it for $24.99.

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AT&T Nexus 6 Pre-Orders Go Live Online And In Stores, Devices To Ship November 18th

Yesterday AT&T announced that it would start offering the Nexus 6 pre-orders on November 12th, and as it turns out, that was a Nexus 6-related date that you could actually trust. The 12th is here, and pre-orders to get the Nexus 6 from the carrier are now available online and in stores.

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