EyeEm 3.0 brings discovery to already wonderful photo sharing app

EyeEm, a great photo sharing app we’ve highlighted in the past, is back with a brand new 3.0 release.  Details in this go’round include a discovery tool, sidebar navigation, an improved way to view photos, and more.  With the new client it is not only easier to navigate the app, but ...

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Google patents mutli-user face unlock, first step to multiple user accounts?

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Back at the end of July we discovered some information on what could become multiple user accounts for Android devices. Now the pieces are beginning to come together, as Google has just received a patent on “Multi-User Face Unlock.” So imagine this: you’ve just finished ...

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New HTC One X+ details confirmed?

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The string of rapid-fire HTC leaks continues today as new details for the HTC One X+ have landed online.  According to XDA Developer @Football4PDA the forthcoming device will run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and feature a quad-core Tegra 3 processor clocked at 1.6GHz as well as 32GB internal storage. ...

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Comparing the Nexus 7 to the Kindle Fire HD

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Until yesterday, the argument for low-cost tablets revolved, for the most part, around the Kindle Fire and the Nexus 7.  Today, we’re swapping out the Amazon tablet for something a little more powerful.  We thought we’d put together a quick head-head list of the details so that ...

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EA Mobile optimizes titles for Amazon Kindle Fire family

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EA Mobile is sending out an email today to advise that their games are now optimized for the Kindle Fire, and that new Kindle Fire HD. Titles such as The Game of Life, Tetris, Madden 12 and Plants Vs. Zombies are just some of the featured games they have ready for the new Amazon Kindle. We have ...

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First hints of a Galaxy Note II for Sprint

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Someone on the XDA-Developers forum was snooping through Samsung RDF’s earlier today and stumpled across an unannounced device: the Samsung SPH-L900. He got with his source that can confirm this RDF is for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and by the looks of the device name you guys and gals ...

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Vector Unit releases Tegra 3-optimized Beach Buggy Blitz

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Vector Unit, the developers behind the popular and incredibly addictive Riptide GP and Shine Runner , have just released their latest game, Beach Buggy Blitz. Like their last game, this one is designed with special features that only a Tegra 3 quad-core processor could deliver. We had a chance ...

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Netflix app gets Wi-Fi only toggle

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The official Netflix app for Android has been updated today and it brings a key, long-desired feature.  Now, users can toggle a setting which tells the app to only work over W-Fi networks.  This doesn’t sound like all that big of a deal, but it will go a long way to keeping your data ...

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Kindle Fire HD Gallery

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Keep a close eye on your phone, wallet, and keys with Linquet

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We’re willing to bet that at some point in your life you have misplaced your keys, wallet, or phone.  Heck, we’ve lost all three, and more times than we care to mention. Sometimes, we lose all three at the same time.  Face it, we’re a bunch of losers.   A company out of ...

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Barnes & Noble launching a successor to Nook Tablet?

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Today is finally the day when Amazon will launch some new “amazing” stuff, and that event will make an impact on their competitors,  forcing them to come up with new ideas and something that is “extraordinary”, and it seems Barnes & Noble is already planning ...

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Amazon announces Kindle Fire HD family

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Amazon today confirmed that they Kindle Fire HD is a reality and it’s coming soon as the successor to last year’s Kindle Fire. The 7-inch 16GB Kindle Fire HD retails for $199 and ships on September 14 while a larger 8.9-inch model will run $299 and ship in November. The ...

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Listen to AndroidGuys Podcast #128

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It’s September 6, 2012 and we have just been given no less than three new Motorola Razr models.  Nick and Scott dive into yesterday’s big announcements and grade Motorola for their efforts.  Were they smart to unleash all of this in the final days of summer or would they be better ...

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AT&T 4G LTE goes live in 7 markets, dozens more expected in 2012

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AT&T spent the wee hours of the morning deploying dozens of separate press releases all of which pertained to their 4G LTE network. Rather than link to each and every one of them, we gathered things up as best we could and lumped it in a nice bullet-point list. According to the ...

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Sprint launching Jelly Bean for Galaxy Nexus and Nexus S 4G today?

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If you are on Sprint and right now using either the Galaxy Nexus or Nexus S 4G, then today might be your lucky day. Folks over at Phandroid got their hands on an internal leak shot of Sprint’s system, and it clearly tells us that today, on September 6, Sprint’s Galaxy Nexus and ...

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