The ides of January bring a new addition to the Iconia line

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In the hubbub of price reductions, fire sales, sub $200 tablets masquerading as E-Readers, $100 dollar Chinese knockoffs, and other various developments making us go tablet crazy, I must say that this is something that, while it would be quite easy to overlook, it stands out from the rest after ...

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ShopSavvy follows Google, releases a wallet service

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If you’ve been interested in Google Wallet and other similar apps, Shopsavvy has just updated to version 5.0, and they’ve added a wallet feature to the already popular app. The name, however, is abit misleading because as Alexander Muse points out here, saying “Google Wallet ...

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Sony Ericsson teases us with pending handset announcement

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It seems that Sony Ericsson is teasing us with something identical to the Xperia Arc, as you can see from the photo, on which the caption read ”just a few more days until we can reveal some interesting news.” So we’ll no doubt know what this device is by CES. This could be one ...

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Pantech to release sub $300 waterproof Pantech Tablet next week

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Some exciting news for AT&T customers that we can’t wait to get our hands on as well. We’ve just learned from BGR about the announcement of the Pantech Element, which should be released on January 8th at $299.99 with a 2 year LTE data contract, or $449.99 without a contract. As ...

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Enchanted Realm: great time-killer from Game Insight

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If you’re big into Facebook games like Farmville and Frontierville, then you are going to love this new release, Enchanted Realm. Users get classic gameplay that allows them to “click to build” their own city. In the expansion of your kingdom you also plant and harvest crops, ...

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McAfee predicts more mobile attacks and fewer PC attacks in 2012

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McAfee Labs is basically predicting that, for everything you worry about on your computer, you will now worry about on your mobile devices as well. Cybercrime, hacktivism, and threats to your mobile banking? Yep. Vince Weaver, McAfee Labs’ Sr. VP, says: Many of the threats that will ...

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Android RC toy for under $25? Yes please!

Now available at Toys R’ Us, Brookstone, and Radio Shack: DeskPets has released a toy which you can control remotely with your Android device, or let the autonomous mode take over – which will allow it to navigate mazes and using infrared to avoid walls and obstacles. There’s a ...

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Record breaking activations for Android and iOS

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Flurry Analytics tracks 100% of all new Android and iOS activations, and they’ve come up with some very interesting statistics: From December 1st through the 20th Android and iOS activations averaged 1.5 million per day, but on Christmas day shot up by more than 4.5 times to 6.8 million, ...

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Why to never “just go with the free one”

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Many of my friends, when it’s time for an upgrade, ask me “What smartphone should I get?” My typical answer is, “What carrier do you have?” and we proceed to go online and look at that carrier’s selection of Android devices. I pick out a few, depending on ...

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LifeView security app now available for Android

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Previously an iPad-exclusive app, LifeView is available for Android phones and tablets as of yesterday. The app allows you to manage your entire LifeShield system from your Android device. You can change settings, view snapshots from your home cameras when you log in, and there’s even a ...

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Swype updated, now includes Dragon Dictation

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Swype Beta has been updated, and the new version brings Nuance’s popular Dragon Dictation to the already revolutionary keyboard. Dragon Dictation has been incorporated into other Android keyboards in the past, such as FlexT9. Swype’s intuitive context word choices are working to ...

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Has Apple gone too far?

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Apparently, Apple not only claims the right to censor what’s available for download onto your iOS devices, but they also reserve the ability to pull it totally off of your device if it slips past their reviewers in the first place. This means no more Quickpick in the Appstore, on iCloud, ...

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D-Link releases Tablet friendly MyDLink+

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           Great news on the wire today for owners of a D-Link home monitering system, as you can now use your tablet device to monitor up to 4 cameras at a time in your home. D-Link announced the availability of MyDLink+, the premium, tablet-optimized big brother to ...

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Dropbox gets facelift for ICS

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The Dropbox team gave word yesterday that they’re releasing a new version of the Dropbox Android app, and they’ve got a few new tricks in store. The app now features 3 tabs across the top: “Dropbox,” “Uploads,” and “Favorites”. Open the first tab, ...

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An artist’s review of Adobe Photoshop Touch

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 If you’re interested in photo editing, even on the most basic scale, and you own a Honeycomb tablet, you owe it to yourself to check out Adobe Photoshop Touch, or “PS Touch” if you’re searching the Android Market. The app is only $9.99, a steal compared to it’s ...

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