Archos Droid Book swings by the FCC

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Android on a laptop isn’t necessarily a new concept. We’ve seen the Archos ArcBook, the Lenovo A10, and the HP Slatebook, and we may see another hit the shelves in the future to the tune of $170. Recent FCC filings suggest that perhaps a new model of the ArcBook will be launching ...

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Action Launcher 2.1 beta adds double tap to lock and “OK, Google” functionality

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Action Launcher has long been one of our favorite 3rd party launchers for Android, and as long as you’re a beta tester, it just got much better. The app has gone for some time without any new features being added to it, most likely due to Mr. Lacy’s other great endeavors. ...

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GOgroove Pal Bot Android Speaker review

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If you’re an Android fan, which you probably are if you’re reading this, you should take a look at this speaker. It’s called the GOgroove Pal Bot Android Speaker, here to add a bit of character to your nightstand or desktop. It’s portable, loud, and pretty darn cute! The ...

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Grab the awesome I VOID WARRANTIES shirt from CyanogenMod today!

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It’s easy to sport CyanogenMod on your phone, but what about on your clothing? The folks at CyanogenMod have created an awesome shirt, available for purchase at the CyanogenMod Shop. The shirt features Cid, the official CyanogenMod mascot, wearing a cape. The text underneath reads ...

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Moto X+1 to sport 5.2-inch 1080p display

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The successor to the original Moto X is turning out to be a pretty decent phone, based on the plethora of rumors we’ve received so far. Possibly due out towards the end of Summer, the “Moto X+1″ should be toting 2GB RAM, a quad core CPU, and a 12MP camera. We’ve also ...

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Intel’s “Moorefield” 64-bit chip expected to be announced at Computex conference

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We’ve previously seen 64-bit processors in phones, thanks to Apple’s iPhone 5S. The time is near for Android devices to follow this trend. At the upcoming Computex conference on June 4th, Intel is expected to unveil their new chip, codenamed “Moorefield”, a 64-bit chip ...

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Sunrise Calendar for Android exits Beta, brings new web view

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You can now download Sunrise Calendar from the Google Play Store! For those looking for a great calendar app for your Android, you’ve probably seen our recent coverage on Sunrise Calendar. It’s a relatively new calendar app for Android, and up until today, has only been available as ...

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LG says Flex 2, Vu 4 due later this year

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For those looking for the successor of the LG G Flex and LG Vu 3, this one’s for you. LG plans on releasing the successors to these phones sometime in the second half of 2014. The company held a press event in Seoul, right after the LG G3 announcement, explaining the company’s plans ...

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Multiple sources point to the addition of a 64GB Moto X

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Many fans of the Moto X have had a pretty valid complaint for the past few months. For such a great phone, why isn’t a 64GB option offered?! Fans of abundant storage and customizable hardware, listen up! Mobiltelefon.ru, a Russian phone site, recently discovered traces of a 64GB variant ...

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Any.do task manager now available for the web

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Any.do task manager is on of the most robust, beautifully designed task managers out there. Using the app helps simplify your day by breaking your tasks down into Today, Tomorrow, Upcoming, and Someday categories. One of the most requested features to come from the app is the ability to manage ...

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Tego Power Grid review

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One thing we’ve seen while reviewing battery packs is the lack of beautiful design. That’s absolutely not the case for the Tego Power Grid, a 4,200mAh battery pack. It offers a very unique design and enough juice to power your device two times over, but is a little pricey for our ...

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VOXOA HD Wireless Headphones review

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We’ve certainly reviewed wireless headphones previously, but none quite like these. The VOXOA HD Wireless Headphones will provide a great sound, portability, and ease of use to your everyday life. They can be connected to any device via Bluetooth, but if you feel like plugging them in, ...

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Guinness World Record for fast texting is broken by Fleksy Keyboard

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One of our favorite keyboards announces new Guinness World Record, new updates, and extended trial At AndroidGuys, Fleksy is one of our favorite keyboards to use on our mobile devices. It’s one of the fastest growing keyboards out there, and their progress is absolutely getting recognized ...

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LG announces global rollout of F70

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Not long ago at Mobile World Congress 2014, we saw a glimpse of a new mid-ranger from LG called the F70. It’s plan is to bring 4G connectivity to “millions of users”, while offering some great LG software features. The time has finally come for that, as LG announces the ...

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AT&T’s Muve Music could potentially be up for sale

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Did you know that AT&T is connected to a music streaming service other than Beats Music? Muve Music has flown under the radar for quite some time now, ranging back to around the time that Beats Music came in to play. Cricket Wireless, an AT&T company, is the carrier that deals directly ...

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