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Waze Map App Begins Closed Beta Tester Program, Signup Available Now

After Google purchased Waze lock, stock, and barrel back in June of last year, some of the more ardent supporters of the small mapping app thought that it might disappear. But here we are seven months later, and Waze and Google Maps are still separate, though the latter is getting a few perks out of the arrangement. In fact, it looks like Waze intends to expand its functionality, starting with a new beta program.

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Samsung NotePRO 12.2 WiFi Now Up For Pre-Order In The UK – £649 And Ships February 4th

If Samsung has not yet scared you away with its recent indiscretions, the new NotePRO 12.2 can be pre-ordered in the UK. You won't even have to wait very long for this stylus-friendly monster to ship. Samsung expects the NotePro (Samsung usually leaves the screen size off) to hop a truck to your home on February 4th.

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The NotePro is very similar to the previously announced 2014 version of the Note 10.1, except for the size, of course.

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Scosche's magicMOUNT Magnetic Mounts Are Now Available, Current Models Range From $14.99 To $24.99

With the number of options that are out there, our smartphones have gradually become more useful for in-car navigation than dedicated GPS units. Unfortunately, holding a phone in your hand isn't the safest (or most legal) driving habit, and mounting your device to the dashboard doesn't work as gracefully as many accessories out there claim. Yet Scosche might be on to something with its latest products, the magicMOUNT magnetic mounts.

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Scosche is offering magicMOUNT in multiple formats, so users can mount devices to dashboards, windshields, tabletops, or walls.

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[Hands-On] Beats Music May Look Better Than Other Music Streaming Apps, But Like Your Friends Warned, It's Just Too Shallow

Do we need another streaming music service? There's Pandora for people who always want to listen to something new, Spotify for people who want access to a large number of music as soon as it comes out, and All Access for Android users who want to combine streaming new music with the albums they've already backed up to Google Music. Then there's Rhapsody and Rdio for, I guess, the same people who like Spotify.

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Tuesday App And Game Sales: M&M Clash Of Heroes, Call Notes Pro, Hot Springs Story, And More

Are you ready for an adventure? Good! Today we're descending into the murky depths of personal finance. Don't worry – this isn't some lame after school special. We're talking about personal finance only insofar as it pertains to snapping up a good deal on apps and games, that's all.

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[Bug Watch] Text Reflow Removed From WebViews In KitKat, Probably Not Coming Back

We often take mobile web browsing for granted, but sometimes the simplest of problems can turn it into a miserable experience. One of the early improvements to Android’s built-in web browser was a neat little feature that allowed text to re-wrap based on zoom level. It’s an obvious function, something that seems natural for reading more than a few words on a small screen. Unfortunately, a significant change in Android 4.4 resulted in the loss of this incredibly convenient capability for most web browsers and several applications.

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Notion Ink's Adam II Tablet Is Now Available In Europe At 219 Euros For The WiFi Model, 249 For 3G

The Notion Ink Adam II has been a long time coming, with the Indian manufacturer having announced two years ago that it was using Texas Instruments components inside the upcoming device. It finally became available for purchase just last month - in India. While the tablet is still not shipping to most of the planet, today is the day that the Adam II becomes available in Europe. The WiFi model goes for 219 euros, while the 3G model goes for 30 euros more.

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Google Launches Developer Preview Of Chrome Apps For Android And iOS, App Submissions Start Immediately

We've known for a while that Google had plans to bring Chrome apps to Android, the first tangible sign of that project appearing early last month. Today, the first developer preview of Chrome Apps for Mobile went live on GitHub. Now developers can construct apps based on web standards (HTML, CSS, and Javascript) and run them just like any native application built from the Android (or iOS) SDK. These apps don't run inside of a browser or require an Internet connection; plus they can be submitted to the Google Play Store and Apple's App Store.

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TegraZone App Updated To v2.9 With Support For All Devices, Google Play Games Integration, And Better Sorting

Nvidia's TegraZone app is primarily aimed at Tegra-powered devices, but the new update to version 2.9 opens it up to everyone. You can check out Nvidia's curated game listings if you're using a Snapdragon, Exynos, or whatever else. Keep in mind, not all the games you find will be compatible, but it can be a nice way to explore some good games

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Prepare Your Wrist: The New Pebble Steel Smart Watch Is Shipping

The Pebble Steel was announced at CES 2014, and here we are just a few weeks later and the device is on its way to buyers. Orders are being shipped as they are completed, so more recent buyers still have some time to stare blankly at their bare wrist.

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