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Phones 4U Have Been ‘Forced’ Into Administration

UK Phone retailer Phones 4U has been 'forced' into administration following news that their final network partner EE has decided to abandon the mobile super-store. This follows even more awful news for the company in which Vodafone, another UK carrier decided not to renew their contract with the firm, and that Currys/PC World decided to pull their concession stands out of their stores following a merger with competitor Carphone Warehouse. All in all, things aren't looking good for Phones 4U.
Android KitKat

Android KitKat Now Runs on 30 Percent of All Android Devices

With this week marking the launch of not only the Nexus 9 but Android 5.0 Lollipop it's a better time than any to see how Android is doing as a whole. To shed some light on the current state of Android adoption, Google have released a brand new set of Android Platform Distribution number giving us insight to how many Android users are on what version of Android, and KitKat is in the lead.
htc one m8

HTC Promises HTC One M7 and HTC One M8 Will Get...

Let the countdown begin as HTC has revealed that they've received the code for Android Lollipop and plan to get an update ready within a three month period. This does unfortunately mean that you could be waiting until January at the latest for your handset to get Android Lollipop. Bah, humbug.
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Windows 10 Anniversary Update Launches August 2 on PC, Xbox One

Microsoft has finally announced the date of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update that's set to arrive on both Windows 10 PCs and Xbox One.
Motorola to Reveal Bezel Free Smartphone

Motorola to Release a Bezel Free Smartphone.

The announcement/rumour has been circling around the net for a couple of days now of Motorola's plan to release a bezel free, full-screened smartphone. The...

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