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Galaxy Note 5Samsung announced the Galaxy Note 5 on Thursday, and fans of Samsung’s Galaxy Note line of smartphones aren’t very happy with it.

The new Note 5 looks absolutely stunning with its glass and metal build, and its curvy new back makes it more comfortable to hold than ever before. 

It also has the large screen and S Pen stylus that defines the Note line of smartphones.

But many Galaxy Note fans have vented their frustration on a Samsung subreddit and other tech sites like Tech Radar and Engadget that the Note 5 has a… Continue reading

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AT&T Next to offer yearly upgrades as part of new monthly installment plan

Could it be that T-Mobile’s efforts aren’t going unnoticed in the wireless community after all? Less than a week after John Legere unveiled Jump — and just hours after we heard rumors about Verizon’s forthcoming upgrade program — AT&T has taken the wraps off of AT&T Next, an upgrade program that begins on July 26th. Next takes some elements of Jump and the UnCarrier’s monthly installment model and adds its own spice to it. So here’s how it works: instead of paying for a subsidized phone or tablet and agreeing to a two-year contract, the retail… Continue reading