Verizon software schedule leaked, lists coming ICS updates

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If you’re rocking an HTC Rezound, Droid Razr, Droid Razr Maxx, or a 3G/4G Motorola Xoom, today is your lucky day. A Verizon software upgrade schedule, shown above, has been leaked, and the juiciest of the information is listed at the top. According to the schedule, the Rezound, Droid ...

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In Brief: TripIt, Skype, and Twitter update Android apps

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Three of our favorite Android apps get updated in the same day!

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Surprise! Latest round of Galaxy S III details differ from previous rumors

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With only days until Samsung debuts the Galaxy S III, the rumors continue to surface, and differ.

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U.S. versions of Galaxy S III likely to feature dual-core CPU

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Ironically, the U.S. models will probably "only" boast Snapdragon S4 chips.

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Verizon to offer Galaxy S III, HTC ‘Note’, and Droid Razr HD this summer

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As if you'd expect anything less, Verizon has some serious Android contenders on the horizon.

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Samsung announces new 1.4GHz quadcore Exynos processor, to power next Galaxy handset

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There’s this little company you probably haven’t heard of called Samsung. Anyway, apparently they had a couple of good phones over the past couple of years that sold a few units and…yeah, I can’t keep that up. Long story short, those of you like myself that have been ...

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Evernote opens up 2nd annual Devcup competition

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I doubt there’s any developer (or any one, for that matter) that wouldn’t mind some extra money. To that end, I present to you Evernote’s second annual Devcup competition, put together by Evernote to encourage brainstorming and development using Evernote’s own API, with ...

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Sony updates ICS info for 2011 Xperia models

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If you’re rocking any Sony Xperia phone from last year and you’re wondering where your ice cream sandwich love is, Sony would like to ease your concerns. In a recent blog post,  one of the software developers stated that the company is right on schedule for its ICS rollout. While ...

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HTC/Facebook jointly developed phone in the works?

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When Google decided to release its first official proprietary phone way back in early 2010, it chose HTC to create the Nexus One. While not the commercial success that Google had hoped, it was widely loved by developers and Android OS tinkerers. Fast forward a few years, and both successive ...

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Will Google stay with Samsung for Galaxy Nexus successor?

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Has Google fallen head over heels with Samsung and their Nexus products?

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T-Mobile to announce Galaxy Note at CTIA?

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Is T-Mobile next in line to announce an Android 4.0 variant of the 5.3-inch smartphone?

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Scalado releases first Android app, ‘Album’

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Scalado today released their first Android application, Album, an alternative to the gallery client that comes with your smartphone or tablet.  Available in Google Play today, the app runs 99¢ and works on 2.3.7+ devices, including tablets. What makes Album different from the standard gallery ...

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Galaxy S “dummybox” prototype reveals custom navigation softkeys

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Despite a slew of mockups and fakes of the next generation Galaxy device, there hasn’t been any sort of actual leakage from the Samsung camp. This is a real triumph too, considering that we’re such a short time away from their grand unveiling. It seems however, that The Verge has ...

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Review: Samsung EHS-71 headphones

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We go ears-on with Samsung's new "refined sound" series of headphones. How do they stack up?

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Chrome for Android to shed beta tag in matter of weeks

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Google's official web client for Android 4.0 devices could be out of beta before the kids are out of school.

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