Leaked doc tips Android 4.4 plans for select Samsung models

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Reportedly, the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy S4 will get KitKat in January, followed by 2012 flagships A document obtained by iTechAddict tells us that some Samsung owners should expect Android 4.4 KitKat releases in the early months of the coming year. Assuming the details prove correct, the ...

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Poetic Slimbook Case for Google Nexus 5 for $3.95 (80% OFF)

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Protect that brand new Nexus 5 smartphone with one of these Poetic Slimbook Cases. These guys are warrantied for three years, provide front and back protection, and don’t add much bulk whatsoever. Head over to Amazon and you’ll find this guy going for less than $4 right now, a ...

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Dead Zebra teasing Series 04 Android collectibles

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Dead Zebra has been teasing the upcoming release of their Series 04 Android collectible figurines. Spread out over multiple blog posts, we are getting to see some of the new guys that make up the next-gen goodies. The fourth series is designed by returning artists (Andrew ...

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Mojang announces Android beta program for Minecraft PE

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Mojang has become the latest Android developer to jump on the beta bandwagon. Today sees them introducing a beta program for Minecraft PE for Android. To join, you simply need to apply to the Minecraft PE Test Group (Google+) and follow the instructions. While it’s open to anyone, Mojang ...

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U.S. Cellular outlines Black Friday plans

Multiple smartphones for a penny; existing customers get a week’s head start U.S. Cellular has become the latest carrier to detail its upcoming Black Friday promotions. An email provided to us today tells us we should look forward to a two-day penny sale on multiple 4G LTE ready ...

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Android tablets now get an optimized Google Play experience

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Android tablet owners logging into the Google Play Store will start to see a new, tablet-optimized configuration. As we’ve been expecting, the new look is designed to highlight apps and games made with tablets in mind. This, of course, does not get rid of everything else, but only pushes ...

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Google Wallet lets users add credit and debit cards via camera

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Google on Thursday released an update to its Google Wallet application which makes it even easier to add credit cards and debit cards. As noted in the changelog, the app now lets users snap a picture of their cards to integrate them with the Wallet account. Take the photo and Wallet will ...

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T-Mobile to terminate all billing for Premium SMS

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T-Mobile Will No Longer Allow Third Parties to Bill Customers for Premium SMS Services Charitable Text-to-Give Campaigns and Political Donations Not Affected At T-Mobile, our customers come first and we believe they should be treated fairly and not charged for unwanted services. Despite ...

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Amazon shaves Nexus 7 (2013) price to $199

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Presumably as part of a pre-Black Friday promotion, Amazon is offering the flagship tablet at a discounted price Amazon is offering the Nexus 7 tablet for $199 (16GB) and $239 (32GB) today, a savings of more than ten percent. While that discount doesn’t sound all that fantastic at first ...

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T-Mobile Moto X gets Android 4.4 KitKat

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The nation’s fourth largest wireless provider is but days behind Verizon in issuing Android 4.4 to the Moto X T-Mobile is the next carrier to see the Android 4.4 KitKat update rolling out to the Moto X. An updated post on Motorola’s blog tells us that the nation’s fourth ...

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The Hunger Games gets official endless runner in Panem Run

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Channel your inner Katniss Everdeen in this increasingly popular method of gameplay Reliance Games today announced that an official mobile game for the upcoming The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is out today. Called Hunger Games: Panem Runa, it’s the same endless runner style of game ...

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Verizon now offering Samsung Galaxy S 4 mini and Galaxy S III mini

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Verizon, for reasons unknown, has added both the Samsung Galaxy S 4 mini and Galaxy S III mini to its roster today.  The Galaxy S 4 mini is $99.99 (after $50 mail-in-rebate debit card) and the Galaxy S III mini is $49.99 (after $50 mail-in-rebate debit card); both require new two-year service ...

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ESPN rebrands ScoreCenter to SportsCenter

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ESPN is doing away with the ScoreCenter name for its mobile app. Going forward we should look for the more traditional-sounding SportsSenter brand. According to TechCrunch, this is part of a consolidation of other apps that began nearly a year and a half ago. The SportsCenter app will continue ...

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Show your holiday spirit with these Android-themed greeting cards!

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Don’t look now, but it’s time to start sending out holiday greeting cards. Yes, we know Thanksgiving is still a week off, but that doesn’t mean you can’t become more proactive for the 2013 season. You don’t want to be the guy sending out “Merry ...

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Samsung Galaxy Mega touching down at MetroPCS

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MetroPCS on Thursday announced that the Samsung Galaxy Mega will be available online and in stores starting from November 25. The Galaxy Mega features a massive 6.3-inch display and will run on T-Mobile’s HSPA+/LTE network. Retail pricing is expected to be $499 however the carrier will ...

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