Moto G is cheaper with AT&T

Although there is a second-generation Moto G handset already available, but it doesn’t have an LTE radio meaning a new device is almost an obligation. The older Moto G gained an LTE radio this year and it’s a solid handset for the low cost of $200 that Motorola charges for it.

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The Nexus 9 spotted

There are a lot of hints that continue to point at HTC to make the Nexus 9 tablet for Google’s Android L update. Following certification by the FCC for the slate, a leaked image of the tablet appeared online, giving a glimpse of what’s likely going to be featured in the Nexus 9.

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Ultrawideband back in action

Zombies are among us, and they are supposedly packing silicon. Ultrawideband, which is a radio technology that uses unlicensed spectrum to send massive files over short distances, is back in a slightly different package. This time they hope to provide location-based data for network use. UWB was pushed in the early 2000s as a method to wirelessly connect a TV or other screen to a PC, it never got very far though, due to the rigours of standards setting committees.

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Web TV is looking costly so don’t ditch the antenna just yet

TV services offered on the web were supposed to be the savior of cord haters and other consumers looking for alternatives to the expensive cable services currently up for offer. It looks as if these services are going to be just as pricey as the service they were meant to replace. It was reported on Sunday that Sony is looking at an $80 price for its TV streaming service, which is touted to be released before the end of 2014.

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