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Moto X On Sale for $20 at Amazon

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Got plans to get a new smartphone this weekend?  Well, if you’re NOT on Sprint, you can nab the Moto X for just $20 on contract. That’s a pretty decent price drop from when the phone first launched.  For existing Sprint customers the cost will be $50. Of note, Amazon...

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iPhone 5s vs. Moto X (spec comparison)

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Once again, Gadget Review takes the newly released iPhone 5S and pits it against an Android-based competitor, this time… the Motorola Moto X. The iPhone 5S, needing little introduction, has already staked a claim in the marketplace with initial shipments already sold out, and backorders piling up at the Apple...

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AT&T vs. Verizon Wireless Shared Plans (comparison)

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Both Verizon (the largest wireless provider in the U.S.) and AT&T (the second-largest wireless provider in the U.S.), offer “shared plans.” Meaning, you can share your voice minutes, texting, and data across multiple devices. The plans are sometimes a more economical alternative for small businesses, families, and other groups who...

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Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 Review (AT&T)

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amsung’s Mega 6.3 is neither phone or tablet.  Many have come to call this type of a device a phablet.  I think there is no question that a device of this size, measuring 6.3-inches diagonally from the display’s corner to corner , can easily exist as a tablet.  So I...

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6 “Need To Know” Features of the iPhone 5s

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So by now you’ve probably heard that Apple officially announced the iPhone 5s.  At a glance it’s almost impossible to distinguish it from the previous iPhone, the iPhone 5.  However, don’t be fooled, looks are never the complete story.  So with that in mind, here are the big changes from...

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AT&T to roll-out 4G LTE in 50 new markets

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3G slowing you down? AT&T has announced the roll-out of 4G LTE wireless service in 50 new markets by the end of the year. The markets include several cities in the states of Illinois, Missouri, Texas, and Wisconsin, as well as within many other states (see list below). The rollout...