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Cell Phone, Iphone, Instagram, Facebook, Dog, Baby, Cute, Music Video, Funny, funny video, comedy, girls, Lia Marie Johnson, Jacksfilms, Lancifer, Jessica an, fouseytube, fouseyville, fouseyfitness, fousey, yousef erakat, funny, comedy, laugh, funny videos, jokes, humor, entertainment, PUBLIC PRANK, PRANK, PRANKS, —————————————————————————— The HTC One was the star of last year, staying at the top of the charts for nearly 10 months, seeing off the challenge from the likes of Nokia, Sony, LG and Samsung (namely the Galaxy S4) – showing the smartphone market still has a fair few players. The iPhone 5S proved to still be a little too pricey with a smaller screen, and the iPhone 5C was cheaper but with some ageing hardware. And now Google is playing fast and loose with consumers’ wallets, thanks to offering the ultra-cheap Nexus 5 and the even ultra-cheaper Moto G – could those be the phones for you? But now we’re in 2014, and the game has changed. Relentless design reimagination from HTC has led to the excellent HTC One M8 landing right at the top of the tree, but now the Samsung Galaxy S5 and Sony Xperia Z2 are here – can either take the crown? Not so good news if you can’t wait for the iPhone 6: that’s not coming for a few months, so if you want something shiny and new from Apple now, you’ll either need to go for the iPhone 5S (which is still a decent phone) or one of the plethora of high end Android handsets. And when you’ve decided which new phone to buy (and checked out the best mobile phone deal), why not cash in your old one with our phone recycling price comparison service? Motorola’s back, and it’s kicking off its global smartphone revival with the keenly priced Moto G handset. A mid-range handset with a low-end price tag – we’re talking around £100 in some stores. On paper the Moto G looks like an excellent handset for the price, and in practice it lives up to the billing. As the Nexus 4 did with the mid-range market, the Moto G has turned the budget end on its head with features found on handsets double its cost. It exceeds its rivals in several key areas, from the well defined display to its quad-core processor and the early Android KitKat update. There’s a lot to love about the Moto G for its price. And now the Moto G has been given a 4G variant, and it comes with a microSD slot now – all for the price of just £149. It might not have the power or precision of its smartphone compa

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3Top 10 Best Tablets Spring 2013

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The HTC One was the star of last year, staying at the top of the charts for nearly 10 months, seeing off the challenge from the likes of Nokia, Sony, LG and Samsung (namely the Galaxy S4) – showing the smartphone market still has a fair few players. The iPhone 5S proved to still be a little too pricey with a smaller screen, and the iPhone 5C was cheaper but with some ageing hardware. And now Google is playing fast and loose with consumers’ wallets, thanks to offering the ultra-cheap Nexus 5 and the even ultra-cheaper Moto G – could those be the phones for you? But now we’re in 2014, and the game has changed. Relentless design reimagination from HTC has led to the excellent HTC One M8 landing right at the top of the tree, but now the Samsung Galaxy S5 and Sony Xperia Z2 are here – can either take the crown? Not so good news if you can’t wait for the iPhone 6: that’s not coming for a few months, so if you want something shiny and new from Apple now, you’ll either need to go for the iPhone 5S (which is still a decent phone) or one of the plethora of high end Android handsets. And when you’ve decided which new phone to buy (and checked out the best mobile phone deal), why not cash in your old one with our phone recycling price comparison service? Motorola’s back, and it’s kicking off its global smartphone revival with the keenly priced Moto G handset. A mid-range handset with a low-end price tag – we’re talking around £100 in some stores. On paper the Moto G looks like an excellent handset for the price, and in practice it lives up to the billing. As the Nexus 4 did with the mid-range market, the Moto G has turned the budget end on its head with features found on handsets double its cost. It exceeds its rivals in several key areas, from the well defined display to its quad-core processor and the early Android KitKat update. There’s a lot to love about the Moto G for its price. And now the Moto G has been given a 4G variant, and it comes with a microSD slot now – all for the price of just £149. It might not have the power or precision of its smartphone compatriots, but it’s still a good phone indeed.

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