Export Your Google Voice Data with Google Takeout

Let’s pretend that, for whatever reason, you decide that you’ve had enough of Google Voice and want to leave the service behind.  What happens to all of your Google Voice messages, texts, and call records?  It’s yours, take it with you.  Google announced today that Google ...

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VIZIO Announces Update for 8-inch Tablet

VIZIO has announced a software update for their 8-inch VTAB1008 tablet today which includes improvements to battery life, overall speed, and universal remote compatibility. According to the press release, the update enables faster scrolling and UI gestures and improved graphics performance and ...

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HTC Holiday Photo’d with Crazy Fast AT&T 4G LTE Speeds

Boy Genius Report has posted a number of photographs this morning which show AT&T’s forthcoming HTC Holiday in the wild. What’s more, the phone is seen running on the carrier’s yet-to-launch 4G LTE network, pulling down speeds at nearly 30Mbps. Of course, the real-world ...

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Sony Taking Pre-Orders for Tablet S, Shipping Starts September 16

Sony has officially started taking pre-orders for their Tablet S through their own website as well as through various retail outlets.  Expected to start shipping on September 16th in the United States, the 16GB version retails for $499 whereas the 32GB version goes for $599. The Tablet S runs ...

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Verizon Kicks of NFL Season with Updated NFL Mobile App

Verizon has issued an updated version of their NFL Mobile application just in time for the NFL season to kick off. The key feature this time around is the inclusion of live streaming for ESPN’s Monday Night Football, which gets started on September 12th with a double header (New England ...

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Wirefly Taking Pre-Orders for $149.99 Epic 4G Touch

Looking to get your hands on the Galaxy S II series Epic 4G Touch from Sprint?  We can’t blame you, that thing is a beast.  The phone goes on sale September 16th for $199.99 if you decide to go through the carrier.  If you’re one of those people who doesn’t care where it comes ...

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LG’s Optimus 3D Successor Could Feature a 7mm Waistline

LG has hinted that they are working on an ultra-thin successor to their Optimus 3D handset with hopes to have it out in 2012.  Speaking recently with Pocket-Lint, LG’s Dr. Henry Noh mentioned that one place where their phone(s) could get better is in the waistline.  As phones move to ...

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Reminder: HTC Jetstream, LG Thrill 4G on Sale at AT&T

Just a quick reminder for everyone that one really low-priced 3D phone ($99) and one really high-priced Honeycomb tablet ($699.99) have gone on sale this week.  So, if you are an eligible AT&T subscriber, or someone who’s looking to switch carriers, you can get your hands on the LG ...

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Amazon Kindle Tablet Gets Handled and Detailed

Details for the long-awaited Amazon tablet emerged late last week, giving us our best, most descriptive features and expectations to date.  TechCrunch blogger MG Siegler was able to spend time with the device and has provided a very thorough walkthrough of the tablet, which sounds like a ...

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Acer Bows liquidmini Ferrari Edition

So you’re a big fan of Ferrari huh?  How do you show your love?  No, we’re not talking about leather jackets or bedroom posters, although both are a classy move.  If you truly wanna show off your love for the super fast, iconic red car then you need to get the new Acer Liquidmini ...

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Verizon Lures Smart Phone Buyers with $100 Trade-In Coupon

So you’ve decided that you’re ready to pick up an Android handset but you’re undecided as to which carrier is right for you. Verizon, hoping to sway you just a little bit, recently introduced a new trade-in/rebate program. It works like this – buy a new smart phone, ...

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About That ‘HTC Collecting Data’ Thing…

You’ve probably heard the news these last few days that a pair of HTC handsets were recently found to be collecting user data.  As XDA first uncovered, the HTC Sensation and EVO 3D were said to be reporting users’ locations, app notes, location, and other items.  Say what?  Well, before ...

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HTC Sense 3.5 Ported to Desire HD

A crafty member of XDA -developers has been able to get a working version of HTC Sense 3.5 running on the HTC Desire HD.  Things are still in early stages meaning that bugs might show up here. However, given a bit of time and feedback it won’t be long until there is a fully working... Read More

Phillips Intro’s Fidelio Speaker Products for Android Handsets

One feature that we Android users have been waiting for is to see a hardware maker step up and release universal speaker dock.  Unfortunately, not all Android phones have the same port layout, making it difficult to create a one-size-fits-all.  Phillips thinks they might have figured things ...

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Get Your Retro Indiana Jones Fix with Super Drill Panic

OrangePixel released an Android version of their popular Super Drill Panic earlier this week, to the delight of casual gamers everywhere.  The retro title with old school graphics, sound, and game play is easy to pick up and terribly difficult to put down.  The premise is simple, outrun the ...

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