AT&T HTC One X benchmarked, results are surprising

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If there’s an Android phone that I can’t wait to get my hands on, then it’s none other than the HTC One X. It was announced last month at MWC as a flagship device for HTC, and now some benchmark results are out proving yet again that the One X is no ordinary device. The... Read More

Android 4.0 build leaked for AT&T’s Galaxy S II Skyrocket

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Just few days ago, AT&T confirmed that an Android 4.0 update is coming for some more recent Android devices, including the Samsung Galaxy S II SkyRocket. However, AT&T didn’t tell us when they are planning to bring the update to the devices, as usual. But fret not, because if you ...

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HTC bringing LogMeIn Rescue remote service to future phones

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We’ve noticed that HTC is trying their best to bring an amazing experience to their customers as of late. The HTC One X was the king of the show at MWC, and it’s one of the most anticipated devices of 2012. HTC is already in partnership with BeatsAudio, bringing the best music ...

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Huawei MyTouch prototype leaked?

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After giving LG a chance with the MyTouch line, it seems that T-Mobile wasn’t impressed. We recently discovered that T-Mobile has chosen Huawei as their next MyTouch series partner, and we saw some render shots as well. Our friends over at TmoNews managed to get their hands on some shots ...

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Virgin Mobile to launch HTC One V?

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Last month at Mobile World Congress, HTC launched the HTC One V, a low-end, affordable device. We recently reported that the device will be hitting some regional carriers in the States, and it seems it will be happening soon. The folks over at PocketNow are reporting that Virgin Mobile will ...

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Sony to launch a Tegra 3 powered Android 4.0 tablet?

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I personally believe that Sony is one of the most elegant brands in the world. For example, their hardware quality and unique products are superb. They recently launched the Sony Tablet P, which is the first tablet with a folding dual-screen display. One of Sony’s downsides though, is ...

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Asus and Google launching Nexus Tablet in May?

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A lot of talk is going on in the Androidosphere about a rumored Google-Asus Android tablet. Word on the street is that Asus will launch the first ever “Nexus” tablet,” which is rumored to be a 7-incher running the latest version of Android (whispers are going around that ...

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Huawei Prism for T-Mobile leaked, crosses FCC

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A few weeks ago, an internal T-Mobile image was leaked, and it showed us the HTC Ville and Huawei Prism, along with a possible April release. Now the Prism has finally made it to the FCC, and the guys over at TmoNews got their hands on a leaked shot. Right now, not much is known about the... ...

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Android app size limit increased from 50MB to 4GB

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Today is a monumental day for  Android developers as Google announced a pretty tasty treat last night.  Google has increased application size limits to 4GB each, up considerably from 50MB.  That’s not to say that the actual size of an APK has been increased, it still stays capped at 50MB. ...

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AT&T announces Beats by Dr. Dre Beatbox, confirms Android 4.0 for HTC Vivid

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Recently, AT&T proudly confirmed that they will be launching the HTC One X exclusively in USA, which is HTC’s first ever quad-core device featuring ICS and Sense 4.0. One of the features that stands out for the device is that it comes with Beats Audio integration, an enhanced audio ...

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Asus to be the first one to the table with Jelly Bean?

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There was a time when ICS was a trending topic, and now it seems it’s being replaced by Jelly Bean. Android 5.0 is expected to be announced in Q2 (hopefully at Google I/O) and believe it or not, this update could be what pushes Android into the spotlight. It’s also worth noting that ...

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Camera ICS gives users a taste of Android 4.0 on their Android phone

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I don’t have an Ice Cream Sandwich-powered device right now, but believe it or not, I am a big fan of the camera application that Google implemented into their latest Android version. It’s amazing and very user friendly, but unfortunately available to lucky ICS users only. Of ...

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Rumor: Asus to manufacture 7-inch, $200 Nexus tablet

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It’s not the first time we’ve heard whispers about the supposed Google Nexus tablet. Recently, we heard that Google is cooking up a 7-Inch tablet that’ll run ICS and will be a proud member of the Nexus team. Rumors are pointing to a device that’ll rival Amazon’s ...

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HTC admits Sense UI got cluttered, aims to fix with Sense 4.0

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A long time ago, when Android was a newborn baby and was growing rapidly, HTC launched their very own user interface, Sense UI to run along with Android.  First launched with the HTC Hero, it gave new users a bit of customization and personalization.  Critics generally praised Sense and it ...

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HTC hoping to be manufacturer of the next Nexus device

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So now that we know Android 5.0 a.k.a Jelly Bean is in the pipeline, and hopefully launching  this fall, without any doubts, a new smartphone or a tablet will debut it. Let’s assume it’s a smartphone. Before the launch of ICS, there were rumors that HTC and LG were also favorites ...

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