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Verizon Signup Page Live For LG G2, Will Have Qi Wireless Charging As Exclusive Feature

It's apparently the season for signup pages at Verizon Wireless. After seeing the Moto X and HTC One pages go up earlier this week, now it's LG's turn in the spotlight. The LG G2 now has its very own place where you can input your email address to probably not receive the "latest information," but you can always hope.

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The LG G2 on Verizon looks a bit different than the international G2 we were shown at the launch event.

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[APK Teardown] Google Glass XE8 - Google Hangouts Chat Is Coming, A Working Lock Screen Lab, And I Think The Glass Team Is Onto Us

Yet another Google Glass update means yet another Google Glass Teardown - we're now up to version "XE8." Despite Glass being a complete nightmare to do diff work on (every file is in every APK), and the highly experimental nature of Glass (stuff gets removed all the time), Glass teardowns have actually had a pretty good hit rate.

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Finally. A feature I've wanted since the first day I opened Google Glass: Google Hangouts support.

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Sony Xperia Honami Spotted In The Wild, 20.7 Megapixel 4K Camera Seems Legit

The Sony Honami, or possibly the Xperia i1, still doesn't have an official existence. But it's been spotted in leaked renders and system dumps, so it's a pretty safe bet that it's coming to market at some point. The big phone with an even bigger camera sensor was recently spotted hanging out with an iPhone 5 on Chinese forum Digi-Wo, which also compared it to a less bombastic Xperia Z.

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[Deal Alert] Dude, Dell's Got The Sprint HTC One For $30 On-Contract, Plus Free Shipping, Free Activation, Free Beats Headphones, And A $50 Gift Card

Dell sells computers. They also sell other stuff. Usually we don't care - after all, Amazon sells even more other stuff, and most of the time it's cheaper. But every once in a while Dell comes up with a jaw-dropping deal. Like today: you can pick up a Sprint HTC One from the Dell Mobility Store for $50 on-contract for new customers. That's a cool $150 off the retail price. But wait, there's more...

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Official 2013 Nexus 7 Sleeve Now In The US And Canadian Play Store For $29.99, And An Obscene $50+ Shipped [Update: Less Insane Shipping]

Update: Okay, Google clearly goofed on this one. The shipping prices have been fixed so now there is a $3.99 saver option (5-10 days), $7.99 ground (3-5 days), and two day shipping for $11.99. This thing is still expensive, but at least shipping isn't bonkers.

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The new Nexus 7 seems like a pretty great device in almost every way. Despite reports of a few bugs, we're quite fond of it around here.

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Google+ App Updated To Version 4.1: Google Drive Support, Better Account Switching, Pull To Refresh, And Google+ Messenger Is Gone

In a detailed post to Google+ this morning, Googler Virgil Dobjanschi announced new and enhanced features for the Google+ Android app. They'll be arriving in an update to version 4.1, set to go live today. According to Dobjanschi, the changes are focused on additions and revisions suggested by end users, and looking at the list, we're inclined to believe him.

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First of all: no more Google+ Messenger. Ha-lay-freakin-lujah. Since the new Hangouts app has effectively replaced G+ messenger on the web, the mobile version is following suit, meaning you won't ever have to see that extraneous icon in your app drawer again.

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HTC's Full Robert Downey Jr. Ad Leaked: Maybe They Should Have Stuck With Van Der Beek [Update: Full Quality]

Update: Here's The Commercial (in full quality).

You probably saw the teaser ad for HTC's new campaign featuring none other than Robert Downey, Jr., star of the 2003 film adaptation of British TV series The Singing Detective. (Among other things.) Today the full 105-second spot was posted to YouTube. The quality is a little low, but you can still make everything out. Then you'll have to try and forget it.

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Samsung Hennessy Flip Phone Announced: Ten Keys, Four Cores, Two Screens, One Hinge, And Zero Chance Of A US Release

Flip phones are still pretty huge in the Asian market. And I don't mean the standard freebies you can get on contract elsewhere, I'm talking big-screen, full-OS, powerful flip phones that still use the old T9 dialpad layout. Samsung is hoping to get a piece of that pie with the Android-powered Hennessy (SCH-W789), a flip phone with dual 3.3" screens and Android 4.1. It's currently set for a Chinese release, though an exact price or date isn't available.

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LTE-Enabled 2013 Nexus 7 Makes It Into A Lucky User's Hands In China

Maybe you've been itching to drop $349 on the LTE-equipped Nexus 7, but Google just won't take your filthy money. A Nexus buyer in China seems to have gotten one without even trying. A user of the online community Baidu Tieba who goes by "crazyfreely" recently posted that he spent 2,030 yuan (about $331) expecting to get the new WiFi-only Nexus 7. What he actually received appears to be the LTE version of the device.

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Samsung 4.2.2 Tablet Updates: Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 WiFi (GT-P3110) In The UK, Galaxy Note 8.0 3G (GT-N5100) In Germany

It's been nine months to the day since Android 4.2 was announced, and just under four months since Samsung's first non-Nexus 4.2 devices started hitting the shelves. But apparently it takes at least that long to make sure that every non-touch gesture and gyroscopic scrolling function works with a new version of Android. Case in point: both the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 WiFi (GT-P3110) in the UK and the Galaxy Note 8.0 3G (GT-N5100) in Germany are just now getting updated, according to SamMobile.

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