Verizon LTE set to expand out to yet more markets June 21

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Hey, you. Yeah, you. Grab your Verizon LTE phone and turn on the 4G. If you’re not seeing any signal on Verizon’s LTE network, and you’re in: The Triangle, North Carolina Bedford, Pennsylvania Indiana, Pennsylvania Burlington, North Carolina Jacksonville And New Bern, North ...

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Vodaphone UK now shipping pebble blue Samsung Galaxy S III

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Late to the party, but at least it’s showing up. The infamous “pebble blue” Samsung Galaxy S III is coming out of it’s shell a little more, shipping for Vodaphone UK customers… finally. Stock first started being delivered in Australia and Europe earlier this month. ...

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Qualcomm reportedly working on a chip with multiple LTE bands and carrier networks

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In a recent filing at the FCC, it seems Qualcomm has been busy lately working on a new radio chipset. According to the FCC, it looks like we could be looking at a chip that would support up to 7 different bands, with three of those bands being below 1 GHz. LTE spectrum fragmentation is... Read More

Apple adds Samsung Galaxy S III to suit, renews complaints with HTC

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Apple is at it again, folks. Time for some more lawsuit news, as Big Fruit has not only renewed their claims against HTC, but is now adding the Samsung Galaxy S III to their line of supposed evildoers. The claim against HTC involves the “data tapping” hyperlink menu, and is asking ...

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Ouch – Judge orders Oracle to reimburse Google’s legal expenses

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Just last week, the judge presiding over the case between Oracle and Google found the Google was innocent of the charges against them for patent infringement. That’s not the news we’ve got in this particular article. No, this time, the news is that the same judge also ordered Oracle ...

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Flygrip: The one-handed accessory you never knew you needed [review]

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Have a big phone? A big tablet? Little hands? Slippery hands? Here’s what it comes down to: if you can answer yes to any of these, then you need a Flygrip. What’s a Flygrip, you ask? Here’s a video to give you an idea. Basically, it’s a small accessory that goes on the ...

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Samsung can’t learn from Sony’s mistakes, patents a dual-screen tablet

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Remember the Sony Tablet P? Yea, neither do a lot of people. It was clunky, impractical, hard to use, and most of all, really served a purpose to nobody. Aside from a tiny niche market, the Sony Tablet P flopped like a salmon that got caught by a four-year-old and left on the docks. The... Read More

SiriusXM app adds new controls, tries to compete with slacker and others

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SiriusXM, a name that used to be synonymous with great programming and extra change in your pocket, has fallen short as of late when it comes to keeping up with what the people want. What to the people want? Great mobile control, of course. With their new update to their mobile app, Sirius XM ...

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CM9 Nightlies and ClockworkMod come to Sprint Galaxy Nexus

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Sprint Galaxy Nexus owners, get ready. CM9 has come to your device, along with the infamous ClockworkMod recovery. With as new as this device is, we’re surprised to see these official builds come to the SGN. Surprised, but not let down. With the CM9 builds being nightlies, all you crack ...

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GameStop now taking in trades of Galaxy Tabs and Nexus devices

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Game freaks and Android fans rejoice. GameStop has begun taking trades on both Nexus devices and Galaxy Tabs. This adds to the device market for GameStop, as they were previously taking in (and still are) iOS devices as well. With as popular as the mobile gaming market is becoming, GameStop is ...

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LG to open cloud service tomorrow: 5GB free, 50GB for 6 months with an LG device

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LG has announced their plans to release their own cloud-based storage platform. Dubbed “LG Cloud” (Brilliant!), the service streams a plethora of media between your LG Smart TV and your other devices, stores your files in the cloud, and allows for quick, realtime streaming. File ...

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New patent reveals Google design for slide-out, QWERTY style phone

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Google’s designs for their prized Nexus line (Nexus One, Nexus S, Galaxy Nexus) have all followed the standard candybar-style. However, the latest from the rumor mill (or patent mill, as it were) is layouts for a slide out, QWERTY style device. We here at AndroidGuys are reminded of the ...

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Free, as in beer: KegDroid uses NFC and Xoom tablet to dispense on-tap beer

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  You have a tablet. You have an NFC enabled device. You have a thirst for anything awesome (read as: beer). So, what do you do? Well, if you’re Google employee Paul Carriff, you’d probably respond with something along the lines of “make a beer dispenser”. Paul has ...

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LG puts their money on Android, decides Windows Phone hardware is less important

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In a move that shouldn’t really surprise anyone, LG has decided to set development of Windows Phone hardware in lieu of using Android for more handsets. LG has been known to bring to the market some great devices such as the new LG Lucid and LG Thrill 4G, and (as shown at MWC by the... ...

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Motorola Xoom Wifi getting upddated to Android 4.0.4, camera improvements and faster screen rotation in tow

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We had heard before about Motorola sending out emails to Xoom Wifi users about a new update, but – after a while – the email simply stopped coming. Now, however, it seems Moto is ready to pull the update card again, as the following email is being received by users: Android 4.04 ...

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