Android 5.0 Lollipop commences for Moto X

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This month is shaping up to be one of the best months Android has ever had. With new Nexus devices hitting the shelves soon and a major update to Android, fans have plenty to choose from. Typically with new Nexus comes new Android and as usual new Android comes to Nexus first. This year ...

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Motorola announces Moto MAXX for select markets.

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On the Motorola blog Motorola announced the new Moto MAXX for select markets. With a quick overview of the specification the MAXX appears to be a Droid Turbo for markets outside the U.S. The MAXX comes with a 5.2 Quad HD display, 21 megapixel camera, multiple day battery life, 64GB memory, and ...

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How and where to buy: Note 4 and Note Edge

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The Galaxy Note 4 is the newest Note to be offered by Samsung. The Note series has been one of the most successful series of Android phones to be offered. This year Samsung outdid themselves in the form of offering a spec monster. With a Quad HD screen, a top in processor, 3GB of ram,... Read More

How and where to buy: Nexus 6

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The Nexus 6 is one of the most anticipated phones of the year. As of now only the U.S. market is confirmed to have the Nexus 6 available for pre-order. AndroidGuys will keep you up to date on pricing and availability of this device as soon as we find out more.   U.S. Market  ... Read More

LG announces display with world’s narrowest bezel at 0.7mm

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As phone screens get bigger and bigger every little millimeter counts. Reducing the size of the phone as a whole while increasing screen space is the goal for most companies. Bigger screens allow for more productivity and immerse media content. The only drawback of larger screens is the ...

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Bumpies Galaxy S5 review

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In a world of ever changing phones and tablets one necessity that will always be needed is a way to protect those devices. Devices using Android are constantly evolving getting bigger and more refined. The Samsung Galaxy S5 is one of the more popular devices on the market. With this large and ...

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LG G Watch: One Month Review

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The LG G watch is one of the first products introduced with Android Wear. One month in and its starting to show what Google has intended for wearable devices. The smart watch is not intended to replace you phone or tablet, instead it is intended to replace your watch. Google has made this clear ...

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Carved Nexus 5 Case: Review

In the world of cases for your phone many companies try to stand out from the rest. With an abundance of colors, shapes, sizes, and even waterproofing it can be hard to choose. Carved takes phone cases to a new level of style. Carved cases are hand made in the USA, in Elkhart Indiana and... Read More

Seidio Dilex, Surface Color Collection: Review

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Seidio makes many varieties of cases for a large range of phones. The Seidio Dilex is a two-part case that comes in ten different colors. Electric blue, royal blue, glossed white, garnet red, black, violet, orange, rose gold, shamrock green, and orchid. Some of the colors are not necessarily ...

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Living with Google: Google Maps

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Google Maps is the go to map and navigation app for your android phone. With years of mapping experience, an ever growing library of satellite photos and new roads Google is the go to source for your navigation and location needs. Google is always making improvements to the mapping experience. ...

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[STEAL ALERT] KLICK: Android 3.5mm Shortcut Device for 39¢

Today a deal comes from GearBest that you would be crazy to pass up. For just 39¢ + free shipping you get Klick a 3.5mm push button for your android phone. Klick allows you to set up shortcuts for your phone like flashlight and camera with a press of a button. To get Klick head... Read More

Get your medieval on with Gameloft’s Rival Knights [App of the Day]

Rival Knights by Gameloft is a jousting simulator that’s loads of fun. This free app is a blast with an in game competition and online tournaments. The game is very easy to learn with a basic on touch setup and a basic aiming system. The basic concept is to hit a perfect mark on your... ...

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Living with Google: Google Drive

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As many of you likely know, Google Drive is your cloud storage for all your documents on you Android, PC, or Mac. Google has created a very easy setup for this application simple download and sign in. When you are in drive you can load documents and store them in the cloud allowing you to ...

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Living with Google: Google Music

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In short, Google Music is one app I have found I simply can’t live without. Google Music is free for your own uploaded music (up to 20,000 songs) but to really utilize the service you want to sign up for All Access. All Access allows you to listen to everything available on Google Music ...

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Make It Rain: Love of Money [App of the Day]

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In the world of ever growing addictive games there comes Make it Rain. One of the more absurd games out there the entire game is making it rain by swiping cash. Whats the objective you say? To make it rain money. Just keep swiping and swiping and swiping and swiping some more. The more money... ...

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