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Samsung Galaxy S4 shootout versus HTC One, iPhone 5

Samsung may have loaded up its 13-megapixel smartphone shooter with playful settings, but it didn’t skimp on raw image prowess.

Originally posted at Dialed In

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Android rumor roundup

The Samsung Galaxy S4 Active, Sony Xperia ZR, and Samsung Galaxy Core are among this week’s juiciest rumors.

Originally posted at Android Atlas

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NYC green-lights Uber cab service

It’s official. Uber is now the first taxi-app company to operate in the Big Apple.

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Galaxy S4 wins high marks for repairability from iFixit

The DIY tech repair site notes that Samsung “didn’t reinvent the wheel” with the Galaxy S4, but in this case, it’s a good thing.

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Reminder+ iPhone app uses location to make sure you never forget any task or event

Apple iOS comes with a reminders app to help spark your memory, but it’s designed to meet only the most basic needs. Reminder+ is another simple app for remembering what needs to be done, but it manages to provide more sophistication and options based on location.

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Verizon earns top marks in newest RootMetrics report

While all of the big four carriers fared well in calls and text, Verizon provided the best data experience in 2012.

Originally posted at Android Atlas

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Skype (preview version) is available on BlackBerry 10

As expected, the Skype app is now officially available on BlackBerry OS version 10.1.

Originally posted at The Download Blog

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Samsung plans a hard-core Galaxy S4, says report

The mighty device maker also plans to release an 8-inch Galaxy tablet and a smaller version of the S4, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Originally posted at Crave

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Even Wall Street is left impressed with the HTC One

Two analysts recently raised their rating on the smartphone maker, citing high hopes for sales of the HTC One.

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Verizon may need as much as $130 billion to end Vodafone partnership and control its own destiny

Verizon Communications wants to buyout Vodafone so it can assume full ownership of Verizon Wireless, but the rumored $100 billion the company is seeking to make it happen may not be enough to become sole owner of the carrier.

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