eGlide Pro X tablet announced by Ematic: ICS tablet for just $219

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Let’s face it… almost everyone wants a tablet these days. So if you can pick one up cheap, why not, right? Ematic has now announced the eGlide Pro X. The device runs Android 4.0, has a 1.2 GHz processor, 400MHz GPU, 1GB of RAM, 8GB internal storage, 5GB cloud storage, and a MicroSD ...

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Android 4.1 Jelly Bean SDK now available for download

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Now that Google I/O is in full swing and Jelly Bean (Android 4.1) has been announced, the next step is to see some development. In keeping with this, Google has released the SDK to developers worldwide. The official release won’t come until July, but you can hit up the SDK right now. ...

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Samsung Galaxy S3 to hit Sprint on July 1st, hopefully for real this time

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Good news all around for potential Sprint Galaxy S3 owners today! Earlier we had posted that 32GB Galaxy S3 units had started shipping out, and now it seems that we’ve got a definite date of store availability after a decent delay. Starting July 1st, you should be able to swagger on up to ...

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Google IO 2012 keynote impressions

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Well, the worst kept secret in Android has come to pass – the Nexus 7 is a real tablet, and its available for $199.  The first day of keynote is in the books, the nerds are lining up for their freebies and the Android universe has a new OS to look forward to getting. As... Read More

Google takes on home media with Nexus Q

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Google’s off to the races today with announcements across a multitude of platforms, some of them expected, some not so much. Falling into the latter category, Google has announced a surprising new member to its Nexus line: the Nexus Q, a home media centerpiece designed to integrate with ...

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Android: More than 400 million devices activated so far – daily activation crosses 1 million

Android is now almost 4 years old and when it was launched, it faced a lot of criticism but Google never gave up. Today, they launched the latest version of Android, known as the Jelly Bean, the most advanced and well-crafted version of Android to date. Last year at Google I/O, Google told us ...

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Google Chrome for Android now out of Beta

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Who can forget the debut of Google Chrome for Android? About 4 months ago, Google launched the beta version of the famous browser in Google Play store, and Google told us that it’s a matter of few weeks that the browser will be out of the beta version, and we made a guess that probably... ...

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Phillip Humm, T-Mobile USA CEO, resigns

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In a completely unforeseen announcement, Phillip Humm, T-Mobile USA CEO, has resigned today. T-Mobile’s COO Jim Alling will fill in as interim CEO until another is found. This change is not only unexpected, but fast; Humm will leave his position immediately, and will likely be going ...

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Android Jellybean 4.1 Announced, coming in July: Here’s what comes with it

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Finally, Google has announced Android 4.1 Jelly Bean (That’s two words, not one!) at Google I/O, with a release in July. So now, you’re thinking, what comes with it? Lets take a look: Expanded Notifications Notifications in the pull-down menu will now give out more information, and ...

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Google Nexus 7 is here, launching in mid-July

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Ladies and gentlemen, the day is finally here when we see the first ever Google-branded tablet. Behold, the Google Nexus 7, an Android 4.1 tablet manufactured by ASUS. There’s no doubt that in it Google and ASUS have just made the most perfect Android tablet, and it’s beautiful as ...

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A quick review of Android 4.0.4 ICS on the Droid RAZR MAXX

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Android 4.0.4 is finally rolling out to the Verizon Droid RAZR and Droid RAZR MAXX, and we got our hands on it. The update will make these 2 popular Droid phones up to date, at least until we see the next version of Android released at Google I/O. First things first, the lockscreen has been ...

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32GB Samsung Galaxy S III phones on Sprint shipping now

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I’f you’ve been upset about the delays in the GS3 , you may be soon cheering up. According to the Sprint forums, the 32GB version of the Sprint Galaxy S III is now shipping: “All 32GB Pre-ordered Samsung Galaxy SIII 32 GB phones are scheduled to ship today. Interested in the status ...

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CyanogenMod 9 RC1 now released for dozens of devices

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CM9, the latest, most anticipated release of CyanogenMod to date, has been released out of beta and into RC1 (Release Candidate1). The ROM is out now for 37 devices. According to the official CM website: It wasn’t quick or easy, but we are extremely proud of this release and what it represents ...

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Google spills the Jelly Bean at Googleplex

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We knew from the beginning that Google would launch the next version of Android OS at the Google I/O 2012, but we still didn’t know the final name of it. Google cleared the air today though when they spilled some huge jelly beans in their front lawn, literally, and it’s right in ...

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Google Music now keeps trashed tracks, allows you to undelete for 28 days

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Any users out there using Google Music? I can tell you this: I personally use the heck out of it. Having as many digital tracks as I do, having a cloud-based system to stream down my music is great. Now, Google has announced a change to their music service. The service now includes a new... Read More