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Motorola Drops The Moto X To $399 Off Contract

Motorola has had it rough for the last few years, failing to gain much traction in the Android smartphone wars against rivals like Samsung, HTC, and LG. That being said, the Moto X was one of the finer devices to come out of 2013. While it doesn’t pack the highest performing processor or the highest [...]

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The NFC Ring: Futuristic, Wearable Tech

NFC, or near field communication, has been making our tech more useful for a while now. If you’ve ever touched your phone to another to transfer a photo, set your phone on a charging pad, or paid for a purchase by touching your credit card to a payment console, you’ve used NFC. Now, a fully [...]

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Atheer Labs: Another Player In The Augmented Reality Empire

Back in August, we told you about a Google Glass competitor, Meta One. Now, another company, Atheer Labs, is looking to get a piece of the action. With a new Indiegogo campaign, which started December 19 and has already garnered plenty of support, they’re planning on giving their competitors a run for their money. Check [...]

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First Of A Kind Digital Magazine Ad Lets You Customize A Moto X On Paper

This is something you have to see to believe: Motorola partnered with New York ad agency Digitas to create a first of its kind print ad, set to run in next month’s WIRED magazine. The ad lets you customize a Moto X and choose between 11 different colors. Only 150,000 copies of WIRED will feature [...]

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Give Your Android A Face Lift With Themer

One of the best things about having an Android phone is the ability to personalize and create any look you can imagine on your home screen.  We even have My Color Screen, which is the website where people can show off what they’ve done with their home screens.  Unfortunately, I have found that I’m not [...]

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NEW: Android Device Manager App Helps You Find Your Lost Or Stolen Phone

Good news for Android users: Google has finally released an app to help you locate your lost or stolen phone. Android Device Manager has been available for some time now on the desktop, but that required you to have access to a computer if you needed to find your phone. It’d be much more convenient, [...]

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Sony Xperia Ultra Now Available As Google Play Edition With Android 4.4

While not completely unexpected, Google just added one of the latest and greatest Sony devices to their Google Play Edition lineup: the Sony Xperia Ultra. In addition to the GPE Galaxy S4 and GPE HTC One, the Xperia Ultra runs stock Android 4.4 KitKat and is sold unlocked and contract free. The full price is [...]

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Now You Can Prove Santa Exists With An App

Listen, I’m gonna be honest. I don’t have kids, but if I did, I’d be the first to tell them Santa wasn’t real, just so they could tell all the other kids at school and all the other parents would hate my guts. But I just have two cats, so you’re in luck. Plus, I’m [...]

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Huge News: As Of Today, Spotify Is Now Free On Mobile Devices

My absolute favorite music service is Spotify. We’ve written about it at length here on ZAGGblog, and it continues to be one of the best choices for music streaming and discovery. Whether I’m creating a playlist and looking for specific songs, or if I’m too lazy to decide what to listen to myself and just [...]

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How To Clean Up Your Android’s Contact List

None of us likes to do it, but at some point you’ve got to accept that a crucial part of your phone is the contact list.  It’s a tedious and boring chore to get it all organized, but once it is, boy does it make a difference.  Maybe you’ve let things get really out of [...]

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