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Get some virtual sand between your toes with one of these refreshing wallpapers.
The CM team has released their latest release candidate for CyanogenMod 10.1, RC3. According to their post on Google+, the RC3 release is a “small, incrimental change” from RC2, with
Whether you’re trying to lose some weight for the beach months, or have some dietary restrictions, or just plain trying to eat healthier, nutritional information is your friend when it
Earlier today I mentioned HTC’s recent ego-boost, and their plans to take on Samsung once again with a line up of three new devices in the future. One of those
It looks like LG is expanding their L-series with two new devices according to the Russian website Hi-Tech.Mail.Ru. According to their sources, LG will begin releasing the LG Optimus L4
Ice Rage brings hockey to your Android device in the form of bears, brawls, and general mayhem. It does not necessarily deliver these all the time, but the makers of
In non-Android news, we recently replaced our laptop hard drive and it was a breeze.
It looks like HTC is trying to make a statement once again, as sources are saying the company is testing a new device. Surprisingly, this possible smartphone is rumored to
At the All Things D conference yesterday, Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside finally gave up the ghost on the long-rumored “X” phone. The phone is set to be the new lead
If you or your company uses Google Apps, or you’re an IT admin of sorts with a company or client who does, chances are you’re fully aware of how much
Twitter released a new update for Android users today, making tweeting “even easier and more seamless.” Here are a few of the new features according to Twitters official blog: Photos: When
Not a fan of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 Wi-Fi only? Not to worry, as the opportunity to buy an LTE version could be coming soon. The FCC just gave
Find My Friends! (FMF) is a location-sharing app similar to Glympse, but it also adds police reports, check ins, and mugshots to give you an eerie look into what you