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New Firewater S-Off Tool Will Unlock Any HTC Device In Moments

Like most OEMs, HTC likes to lock down the devices it sells to the general public, but maybe you like a little more freedom. That means an exploit is required to get s-off status. The new Firewater S-Off tool can manage that for any (or at least very nearly any) HTC device, even newer HTC One phones.

The tool comes courtesy of developers beaups and fuses, and it's completely free for personal use.

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[New Game] Giddy Up, Howrse Fans - Ubisoft Has Released An Android Version Just For You

I grew up in the sticks, and while I've heard most words in the English language butchered in at least three different ways, I've never heard anyone pronounce horse remotely like Howrse. Even after acknowledging that the Howrse community has been around since 2005, it's hard for me to imagine an origin for this name that didn't involve making a typo and sticking with it.

But at this point, what does it matter?

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Recent AOSP Commit Indicates ART Likely To Replace Dalvik In Upcoming Release Of Android

It was only 3 months ago when we first met the brand new Android Runtime, dubbed ART. In that time it has gained a substantial following by enthusiasts throughout the Android community. Given its "preview" status and warnings from the Android team that ART wasn't ready for the general population, it appeared unlikely that it would officially take the place of Dalvik anytime soon. However, a new commit to the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) is strong evidence that ART may become the default runtime in the next version of Android.

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New Black Version Of Ouya Doubles The Storage, Tweaks The Controller, And Raises The Price To $129.99

There are definitely some problems with the Ouya even after all these months, but that's mostly because of the hardware. In the absence of a true hardware revision the company is making a few minor alterations. A new version of the Ouya is now available for sale with more storage, an updated controller, and a totally brutal all black color.

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[New App] Sony Continues Adding Apps To Google Play With Xperia Transfer Mobile

Sony is continuing to mimic Motorola by adding its apps and services to Google Play. This time it's the new Xperia Transfer Mobile app, which seems a lot like Motorola Migrate. Who knows... maybe Sony is going to sell itself to Lenovo any day now.

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Pushbullet 13.3 Brings Support For KitKat's Transparent Navigation Bar, New Language Translations, And More

Popular file and notification-sharing app Pushbullet has already supported transparent status bars on KitKat devices, but with the latest update, it now has a transparent navigation bar as well. It doesn't make using the service any different, but it sure is pretty.

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Friday App And Game Sales: Star Command (Free), Vignette, MapMyFitness, And More

Don't just go spending your dollars randomly on apps and games – let us point you in the direction of some sales this fine day. It's almost the weekend, so don't you deserve a little fun at a reasonable price?

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US Cellular Offers $50 Unlimited Data Plan With No Contract, Still Doesn't Know What 'Unlimited' Means

If you're in the market for a no-contract cell phone and you want unlimited data, your options aren't exactly legion. Today US Cellular announced one more, albeit with some big drawbacks in the small print. For a limited time, you can pick up a new no-contract phone and enjoy unlimited talk minutes, texting and data for $50 a month. That's the same price as the carrier's current 1GB plan.

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As with US Cellular's previous plans, "unlimited" only means "unlimited" in the very selective way that some carriers use the term.

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All-Dock Kickstarter Project Completes Campaign With Over Twice Its $40k Funding Goal

Electronics are getting increasingly affordable, which means even non-enthusiasts these days are ending up with multiple devices they use regularly all needing to get charged at around the same time. Between smartphones, tablets, second tablets, portable media players, smartwatches, and activity trackers, far too many desks, countertops, and side tables are becoming entangled by cables of varying length and size. Therefore it's not difficult to understand why so many people were drawn to the All-Dock Kickstarter project.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo Is Official With A 5.5-Inch 720p AMOLED, Android 4.3, And S Pen Support

Samsung hasn't made a big fuss about it yet, but the long-rumored Galaxy Note 3 Neo is now official. The device, which is a more modestly specced version of the Note 3, has popped up on Samsung's Polish site with all the pictures and data points you could ever want.

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There are two versions of the Note 3 Neo, one with LTE and a hexa-core ARM chip, and another with 3G and a quad-core processor.

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