Google’s new offering for nutritional information

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Are you a health nut who compulsively checks nutrition facts of everything you ingest? Are you a casual dieter who just wants to make sure you aren’t poisoning yourself? Google’s fulfilling yet another need! I fall into the latter category and I know that I hate having to download ...

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When will Verizon launch HTC One?

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Sounds as though HTC may have finally played it’s hand correctly to get big red carrying the same model as other carriers. We’ll see if that holds or if they make the struggling handset manufacturer rename the One before it releases. Although I don’t think anyone would be too ...

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What will we see at the Samsung Premiere 2013?

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The Samsung Premiere 2013 website outright tells us to expect news about the Galaxy S 4 line, the ATIV S series, the Galaxy Win and the NX300 smart camera. What we here and AndroidGuys are really excited about is the Galaxy S 4 news. From the looks of it, we’re going to be seeing the ...

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What a ‘Pure Google’ Samsung Galaxy S4 could mean for you

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With all the buzz around the next Nexus devices, leaked specs and gorgeous renders have had me (and every fan of AOSP) drooling for the next member of the Pure Google family. Who would think I/O would change that for me? Deep down, I’m a “Samsung” man. I’ve owned the ...

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Hangouts (formerly Google Talk) Android app review

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From the moment it was announced at I/O I was absolutely hooked. I used talk daily for work and a lot for talking to my fellow Android fanatics, so a face-lift and bundle of new features were definitely a welcome update. First let me talk about what a huge departure this is from the bland old ...

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Angry Birds making Galaxy line even more popular

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  Since the summer of last year, Samsung and Rovio Mobile have been teaming up to draw more attention to the Galaxy SII line. Two weeks ago, Angry Birds Space made its first appearance at SXSW in Austin, and yesterday the game was officially released to the Google Play Store. It’s ...

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New Kindle Fire months from production?

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  BGR is claiming that the next Kindle Fire is only months from production, and that it’s poised to be bigger, badder, and a whole lot faster. Rumor has it that the new Fire will bring a 10-inch display to the table, and pack a nice NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core. It’s supposedly ...

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Eldar Murtazin: GSIII design finalized, everyone wants a piece of the pie

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With all the rumors about the next flagship member of Samsung’s popular Galaxy line, the lines between reality and fantasy, at times, become blurred as our desire for something bigger, faster, and more powerful outweighs any thought of overall practicality. But according to Eldar ...

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MetroPCS and ZTE announce Score M, obviously not aiming for powerhouse

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ZTE and MetroPCS are poised to launch the ZTE Score M. The device will be the regional carrier’s first ZTE Android device, and will come with some low-end specs that include Gingerbread, a 3.2MP rear camera, 3.5-inch HVGA TFT screen, 600 MHz processor, 4GB of internal memory, MicroSD ...

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Swappa: a great place for buying and selling Android devices

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If you need to sell your used Android handset, or you’re in the market to buy a new device but you’re against paying the carrier prices, Swappa is your knight in shining armor. The reason they’re here, and why they’re better than Ebay, Craigslist or the like, is that all ...

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Kindle Fire Neck and Neck with Galaxy Tab

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Android Tablets are quickly catching up with iPads and TabClones for market shares, and we have our non-Google 7-inch powerhouse the Kindle Fire to thank. It’s blazed past all competitors in 2 short months since it’s release in November to now be neck-and-neck with the Samsung ...

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AT&T to Sweeten Data Plans on January 22nd

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AT&T is starting to shake things up a bit on the Tiered Data Plan spectrum.  Announcing new packages starting January 22nd, they hope to compete with Verizon while Big Red doubles the data. In a few days the $15 per month 200MB data plan will be bumped up to $20 and deliver 300MB. (Overage ...

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Galaxy S owners still have a glimmer of ICS hope

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Alright Galaxy S and original Galaxy Tab owners, prepare for another whip in the wind of Samsungs mood swings! As I’m sure you’ve heard, Samsung’s buzz in regards to delivering a tasty Ice Cream Sandwich to us in the form of a Galaxy S update has been, “No, we ...

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Solicit advice and opinions with Thumb

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Thumb (formerly known as Opinionaided) offers a good way to get real advice, or just to have a little fun. Say you’re shopping for a new couch. You can simply snap a picture of the couch you’re looking at, type the question “Should I get this couch?” or “Would this ...

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SanDisk Memory Zone nice way to keep track of all your media everywhere

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SanDisk’s free Memory Zone app has caught the attention of data conscious people – like myself. The app is very easy to use, scans, indexes and backs up virtually all your media stored both locally and in the cloud. Offering to scan internal and removable SD cards, Dropbox, ...

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