Samsung announces Martian Pink Galaxy S III for Korea

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Samsung has introduced a new Martian Pink version of its Galaxy S III, smartphone, making it available for South Korean consumers.  As the 7th color option for the flagship handset, the pink edition will be offered in a limited, 100,000 unit capacity.  There’s no indication yet that this ...

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Rhapsody Android app gets an update

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The new update for Rhapsody brings it to 3.0.1. With this update we get some new features: The ability to download individual albums and tracks for offline playback Decide where on your device to store the files (internal, fixed SD, removable SD) The previous update (2.2.4) increased playback ...

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Samsung’s ‘Next Big Thing’ ads get update in wake of iPhone 5

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Samsung has a brand new version of its “Next Big Thing” ad campaign ready to hit television airwaves and we’ve got an embedded copy below.  Timed, not coincidentally, with the release of Apple’s new iPhone, the video points out all the stuff that people are getting in ...

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ZTE announces slim Grand Era U985 for China

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ZTE have announced a few things for their customers and we have some news to pass along for all of you fans out there. Let’s cover their super slim Grand Era U985! The Grand Era U985 is a historical breakthrough in domestic China handsets: It contains a PC-class Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core ...

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Five for Friday: Android apps for buying and selling your stuff

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Over the past few months we have helped you with apps that make it easy to save a buck or two and manage your finances.  Thanks to AndroidGuys, you’re getting your life back in order and on the path to financial freedom.  Right?  So now you’ve saved a bunch of money and are looking ...

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Chrome for Android gets first update since leaving beta

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Google Chrome has been updated for the first time since it’s release from beta. The update includes security and stability improvements and now has new location preference integrated. Google also made a few changes to YouTube, so your video controls now work in full screen mode and videos ...

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This Day in Android: LG announces first Android handset (2009)

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Can you believe that it was three years ago today that LG announced their first Android-based smartphone, the LG-GW620? Seems like only yesterday (single tear from cheek). For reasons unknown, the handset didn’t even have a catchy name, just the strange model number.  Nevertheless, it was ...

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In Brief: Other Android stuff worth knowing (Sept 11)

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In Brief is a compilation of notifications, rumors, and Android-related news tidbits, which for whatever reason, did not end up with a post of its own on AndroidGuys.  These are things that we still feel are worth knowing, even if in a passing manner.  Consider it a grab-bag of Android goodies. ...

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Google Wallet: Prepaid cards discontinued

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Google Wallet users are now getting a warning to spend their Google Prepaid Card balance before October 17th at which point Google will be removing all prepaid cards from the Google Wallet App. After this date passes the only way to get your money back is to put in a refund at the Google ...

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Verizon and AT&T Galaxy Note 2 confirmed

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Today we have a few more screenshots of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 which suggest it will be coming to Verizon and AT&T. In addition to these two carriers, our friends over at BriefMobile are saying that this device will also head to Bell Canada. These devices are going to have the same specs ...

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Google patents mutli-user face unlock, first step to multiple user accounts?

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Back at the end of July we discovered some information on what could become multiple user accounts for Android devices. Now the pieces are beginning to come together, as Google has just received a patent on “Multi-User Face Unlock.” So imagine this: you’ve just finished ...

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EA Mobile optimizes titles for Amazon Kindle Fire family

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EA Mobile is sending out an email today to advise that their games are now optimized for the Kindle Fire, and that new Kindle Fire HD. Titles such as The Game of Life, Tetris, Madden 12 and Plants Vs. Zombies are just some of the featured games they have ready for the new Amazon Kindle. We have ...

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First hints of a Galaxy Note II for Sprint

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Someone on the XDA-Developers forum was snooping through Samsung RDF’s earlier today and stumpled across an unannounced device: the Samsung SPH-L900. He got with his source that can confirm this RDF is for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and by the looks of the device name you guys and gals ...

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Name that Android: Letter P

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We are back with another segment of “Name that Android!” where we ask you to name a future version of our favorite mobile platform.  The idea is simple – we pick a letter and suggest a few names and you vote on the stuff  you’d like to see.  We’ve come up with more ...

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Samsung T889 headed to T-Mobile as Galaxy Note II?

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It’s been just around a month now since T-Mobile added the Samsung Galaxy Note to their line up of smartphones.  Seems logical to start talking about the Galaxy Note II, right? The team over at TmoNews obtained a screenshot of the About Device page of a handset which shows the model ...

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