3LM announces Android v4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich compatibility for it’s Mobile Device and Application Management System

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3LM or “Three Laws of Mobility” makes Android enterprise-friendly by providing a host of features to protect data on the device and while in transit to the enterprise. Kicking off CTIA2012, 3LM announces is latest and greatest Mobile Device and Application Management (MDAM) which ...

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No Contract 4G with Virgin Mobile USA, starting at $35 a month

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I love it when Richard Branson gets a bug under his skin and sets out to prove everyone else he’s right and they’re wrong! Kinda “sticking it to the man” (aka the 4 major carriers in the country) he is claiming consumers don’t care about minutes like they used to, ...

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The Ematic eGlide XL Pro 2, an inexpensive Android v4.0 powered tablet now available

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We’re always ready for news about a new, inexpensive Android tablet. Today we found out about the Ematic eGlide XL Pro 2, a 10″ tablet [thankfully] running the latest Android v4.0. With a price of $219.99 it’s sure to catch the eyes of some bargain shoppers this summer. While ...

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The Popular HD Widgets now has Editor’s Choice status,Look inside for a Sneak Preview of v3.0

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It’s a big deal for a company to achieve Editor’s Choice status in the Google Play Store and cloud.tv is super excited about it. They gave us a sneak peak of the latest cool stuff they are doing to HD Widgets and what they plan to include in the v3.0 update planned for the first ...

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Samsung Galaxy SIII to go on sale May 25th in UK

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Today is the day Samsung has set aside to announce their latest “super-phone” which we believe to be the Galaxy SIII. A highly anticipated release is expected to begin within minutes over at http://www.thenextgalaxy.com/

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Review: Verizon Motorola Droid 4

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The Droid line from Motorola and Verizon has made quite a stir over the years, and has almost set itself apart from the “Android” platform. Donned with an ultra techie moniker that any Star Wars fan would be able to relate, we’re  on the 4th iteration of this lineup, which is ...

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T-Mobile lists $199 HTC One S for April 25 debut

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The HTC One S will be the first Android 4.0 and Sense 4 handset to ship in the United States.

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Tapatalk v2.0 shows off many improvements and new features, available now

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Tapatalk is easily the most popular mobile forum browsing application for Android. It’s quite handy, with a great interface that makes any supported forum easy to navigate. Free to most forum owners, it’s very easy for an Admin to set up his site so that it’s users can feel at ...

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Meet Cid, the new CyanogenMod mascot

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CyanogenMod really doesn’t need much of an introduction these days. With almost 2 million users, the CM team has a lot to be proud of. They’ve been working towards an elevation from the “infancy” stage of CyanogenMod and the new mascot is the latest addition to the new ...

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Best Buy Trade-In program now with exclusive $50 savings on Motorola handsets

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This is a neat extension to the Best Buy trade-in program which will be extended with a little special treatment for people wanting to purchase a new Motorola Android device. Beginning April 8,  Best Buy customers will be able to save $50 on select Motorola smartphones across major carriers. ...

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The Galaxy S Aviator has landed on the shelves of US Cellular

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LTE, LTE, LTE… US Cellular can finally turn the page from the standard 3G offering into the latest and greatest 4G network. With the arrival of the Galaxy S Aviator, the companies first LTE smartphone, now US Cellular customers are really able to “fly” around the web. ...

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Instagram v1.0 now live on the Google Play Store

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Here’s a quick note to let you all know that Instagram is now available on the Google Play Store for free with a minimum requirement running Android 2.2 (Froyo). Quite popular on that “other” OS, it’s nice to see this latest addition come to Android. I have to say, the ...

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Beta tag stripped from AmazonWireless, now with price guarantee and free apps!

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AmazonWireless has been around just shy of 3 years now. We’ve seen them have sale after sale, most of the time offering Android phones for 1 whole cent. Nearly a month ago, we saw another special deal with Sprint Android phones selling for a penny during March Madness. With the removal of ...

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Hasbro forced to share Autobots’ name with Asus Transformer Prime

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The announcement of the Asus Transformer Prime sparked a fond memory in most of us, as the name is shockingly similar to that of Transformer Optimus Prime, leader of the Autobots. As most of us expected, Hasbro did not stay quiet about this one, and filed a lawsuit against the Taiwanese ...

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Rumor: Google Drive to be released “sometime during the first week of April”

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After many false alarms, Google’s cloud storage service has been coming for multiple years. The latest rumors came almost two months ago, when we found that a Dropbox-like service would be offered by the search giant. But today’s unofficial news is a bit more exciting, as it states ...

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