HTC could announce a Snapdragon 615-powered Desire at IFA

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It hasn’t been too long since Qualcomm announced their new Snapdragon 615 processor. It’s projected to be available around the end of Q3 or beginning of Q4 2014, and we may already be seeing signs of it becoming available to the general public. According to the roadmap for the new ...

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Our interview with Pierre Valade, CEO at Sunrise Calendar

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If you’ve been looking around for a great calendar application for your Android, chances are you’ve stumbled upon Sunrise Calendar. The long-term iOS exclusive came out for Android a few months ago, and we’ve been following it ever since the first beta releases. It’s ...

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Sony document suggests an incoming Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact

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Sony has previously tested its luck on 10-inch tablets, but could we see a smaller iteration soon? IFA 2014 will soon be underway, and we’re continually hearing more and more rumors about upcoming devices. This time, the leak comes to us from Sony, who is already planning on releasing the ...

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Fleksy Keyboard review

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Fleksy is one of the best keyboards available for Android. There is one particular keyboard app that refuses to get pushed around by the big names in the industry. With the constant updates, support for over 35 languages, and the ability to boast the “fastest keyboard in the world”, ...

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Verizon adds Push to Talk Plus feature to select smartphones

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If you think it’s been too long since you’ve used a walkie talkie, you may be in luck. Verizon Wireless, America’s most loved/hated carrier, is adding “push to talk” functionality to some of their smartphones. They’re calling it Push To Talk Plus, and it ...

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Barnes & Noble and Samsung set date for co-branded tablet

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We’ve previously heard rumors about a Samsung Galaxy Tab/Nook hybrid in the works, and it may finally be time for it to come true. Samsung has just sent out invitations to the announcement event. “Join us as the best of both worlds come together” is on the invitation that ...

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How to add/delete new user profiles [Android 201]

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Do you have kids that constantly want to use your Android device? What if you don’t want them accessing any important files or applications? On most Android tablets running 4.3 Jelly Bean or above, users can now add new profiles to their devices. This functionality is mostly only ...

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How to delete an account [Android 201]

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Have you set up a Google/Facebook/Twitter account that you no longer want on your Android? There’s an easy way to remove it, and we’ll show you how. KEEP IN MIND: Not all Android phones are the same. Some will have more steps required to complete each task, others will have less. At ...

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How to install apps that are not in the Google Play Store [Android 201]

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So you stumbled across an application that you can’t find in the Play Store? Don’t worry… we’ll help you install it. This is actually a pretty common way of publishing your Android app. Sometimes Google doesn’t want the app in their store, or sometimes there are ...

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How to force close an app [Android 201]

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Your phone isn’t perfect, and neither are the apps that come on it. When an app misbehaves, there may be something you can do about it. To “force close” an app means exactly what it sounds like: stopping the app without waiting for it to shut down by itself (think of pulling a ...

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How to clear your Google search history on Android [Android 201]

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There comes a time in every smartphone owner’s life, where you search something that you don’t necessarily want to keep on your phone. If you want to quickly delete your search history in the Google Search app or clear it from your browsing history, we’ve got you covered. KEEP ...

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How to use your Android as a portable hotspot [Android 201]

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If you’re ever in a pinch to access the Internet and you don’t have Wifi available, there’s something you can do to fix that. Your phone can be used as a mobile hotspot to power other devices that usually require a Wifi connection. We’ll show you how to set it up! KEEP ...

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Fleksy Keyboard launches Arabic beta, demos typing in Chinese, and brings four new themes!

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The folks over at Fleksy are always working hard to bring you the next big thing when it comes to typing. The app is updated just about every month with what seems like 1,000 improvements every time. We’ve got another one here, and if you’re at all interested in Arabic or Chinese, ...

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High-end Lenovo K920 expected in early August

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Lenovo is up to something big, and we should expect it to launch around August 5th. We’ve seen images and heard countless rumors of the Lenovo K920 in the past, and now we have an (almost) official launch date. For those who aren’t familiar, the Lenovo K920 is a rumored high-end ...

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Fleksy Keyboard 3.0: New themes, customizations, and the all new Fleksy Store

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Looking for a new keyboard to spice up your typing style? Now is probably a good time to try “the world’s fastest keyboard.” Just announced is Fleksy 3.0 – a new look, theme store, and new customizations to the popular keyboard. The theme store is put in place for ...

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