Get this look for your Android smartphone: Bicycle

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One of our absolute favorite things about Android is the fact that you can bend and tweak the platform to your needs.  Sure, there’s rooting and modding for deep level personalization, but that stuff does not always concern the everyman user. Some of just like to change the home screen ...

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New Play Store APK teardown reveals app reviews require G+ account, pre-order support, and more

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The guys over at Android Police have torn down the new Play Store APK, and they’ve found some pretty cool stuff lurking on the inside. According to AP: …App reviews in the Play Store will soon require a Google+ account, and future reviews will be posted showing your full Google+ ...

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Sony announces Xperia Lounge, brings unique Sony experience to all users

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Sony today has given us some information on their Xperia Lounge. The ecosystem is a place for you to get Sony-approved media to munch on to your heart’s content. According to Sony Mobile’s blog, we can look forward to: Music Exclusives from Coldplay – limited edition artwork, the ...

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Doxie Go review

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Doxie Go is a unique type of scanner in that it lets you scan and save your documents while on the go, making them immediately available in multiple capacities.  Moreover, it’s a sheet-fed scanner that allows users to scan photos, receipts, documents, and other items and store them in a ...

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Google pens deal with music publishers in Europe to bring 5.5 million new tracks to Play Music

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Google’s been busy in the music arena lately, doing everything from signing new deals involving content to bringing features out to different countries around the world. We’ve seen gapless playback, music matching (in some countries), and now a slew of new music – 5.5 million ...

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GLBenchmark lets slip LG F240K smartphone with 1080p display

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Looking for a hi-def display? Well, a bit more patience may net you a new LG phone here soon. While we’ve seen 1080p displays on the DROID DNA, we should be seeing another soon, according to some GLBenchmark results. The phone is dubbed the LG F240K (unofficially, of course), and ...

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ZTE Grand X Pro and Avid 4G leak, show off newfound company sleekness

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It looks like ZTE is really trying to get their name out as a legitimate manufacturer of Android devices. We’ve got 2 new leaks from @evleaks – the Grand X Pro and the Avid 4G – and they’re a far cry from some of the low-to-mid range phones we’ve seen in the past. ...

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In Brief:11 other Android things worth knowing (Nov. 17)

This edition features RadioShack, Spacetime Studios, Twilight (yeah that one), Amazon discounts, Slice 2.0, Combiform, Parkmobile, Skip-Bo, Trulia, Kendall Jackson wines, and more.

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Listen to AndroidGuys Podcast #131 ‘Gobble Gobble Google’

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RECORDED LIVE NOVEMBER 16, 2012 We just wrapped up the latest AndroidGuys podcast and thought we’d let everyone know it’s available to listen anytime you want. As you’re headed out into the backyard to rake leaves and ready the house for the holidays, why don’t you do it ...

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Box for Android updates to 2.0 with new features

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If you use Box for Android, then you’re in for a treat. The company has released the latest version of their app, labeled as the first major overhaul since beta to release… version 2.0. The new version brings  document preview, offline folders, bulk uploads and downloads, “complete ...

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Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean firmware leaks for the Samsung Galaxy S III

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The folks over at SamMobile have a treat for all of the Galaxy S III users out there without a fear of getting their hacker hands dirty. A new firmware leak has surfaced, and it’s coming in the form of Android 4.1.2. According to the site, the new OS includes: Android 4.1.2 – JZO54K ...

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Logitech K810 Bluetooth keyboard review

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As many of our readers are finding themselves as proud owners of new Android tablets, we’re hearing feedback from the community. One question we often get is, “What’s a good Bluetooth keyboard for my…?” Today, that’s a no-brainer; Logitech’s K810 ...

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Banjo 3.0 brings location-based social media and networking to a new level

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If you followed the election coverage this past month, you may know that the media was using a new means of gathering polling data: Banjo. Banjo is an app for both Android and iPhone that combines feeds of your friends’ check-ins from literally anywhere in the world, and shows you ...

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Nexus 4 Giveaway

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AndroidGuys, Cruzerlite, and AndroidSwag have teamed to give away some great prizes!

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4G LTE comes to Cricket with the LG Optimus Regard

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If you’re on Cricket, let’s be honest… you could use a bit more speed. Now, you can blaze through those downloads with the new LG Optimus Regard, the carrier’s first ever 4G LTE phone. The device features: Android 4.0 ICS 1.2 Ghz CPU 3.5″ HVGA Display with Gorilla ...

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