Will Android Lion roar into view this autumn? [Guest Post]

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Hot on the heels of the year’s biggest Apple event, there’s been plenty of conjecture on what the latest Android OS, until now codenamed Android L, will be called. Some say it’s Lollipop, others insist Lemon Meringue Pie, yet the latest rumour is that the newest offering will be called Android ...

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How Droid World examines the future of the Android ecosystem

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With Android systems tipping the balance at up to 81% in units sold dependent on who you read, it’s never been a more fruitful time to be working in Android. There’s an awful lot of excitement coming out of Google I/O, and with version 4.4.4 hitting the streets, it’s definitely something for ...

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A cord-cutter’s quick guide to purchasing an indoor HDTV over-the- air antenna [Guest Post]

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If you’re reading this article it may be because you’ve already taken the plunge and cut the cable TV cord. Or you may be on the fence, trying to build up the courage to sever ties with a cable or satellite subscription that has set you back almost $90 each month for years. This is... Read More

Google Play edition devices might not be a big seller [Guest Blog]

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The smartphone market has completely revolutionized the mobile phone phenomena. These days it is understood that throughout the year we are going to have regular updates, new models, new technology – the cycle goes on and on. Android has been at the forefront of the drastic hyper activity that ...

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Android and the Smart Home

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Home security is no longer just for at home. The past 5 years have seen cell phone technology transform the way we interact with the things we own, putting their management into the palm of your hand. You can now control everything from baby monitors to refrigerators with your smartphone, and ...

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5 signs your Android could be infected

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A guest post from Bitdefender Mobile Security.

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What Android Licensing Means for Developers [Guest Post]

The following is a guest post from Mahshad Koohgoli, CEO of Protecode, Inc. a Canadian-based provider of open source license management solutions.  Koohgoli holds several patents in the computer and communications industry and brings more than 25 years of experience to the field of ...

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War On Your Android Home Screen: The New Battleground Is Personalization

There is a shift happening, with people demanding that they want to move beyond what the manufacturer provides in a standard smartphone, away from content and media personalization, and moving toward the ability to personalize the entire mobile experience. Android is the best phone for enabling ...

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Android Does Get You out of Tickets!

This is a guest post from Aaron Kasten of AndroidSwag, your source for tons of Android collectibles and clothes. You can find AndroidGuys t-shirts and decals, among other great and unique Android items. If you didn’t already know about Trapster and the Speed Trap feature of Waze they are ...

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Saving the Gadget? The Dilemma of an Android Fanatic.

The following is an opinion piece from one of our readers, Lars Aronsson. That things progress very quickly in the world of mobile technology is no secret: there’s always something bigger, better, faster and more powerful around the corner. In the last 15 years, cell-phones have gone from ...

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