Posts From Justin Marden

Justin Marden
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I've been an Android fanboy since day one, but I've never had a chance to truly express my voice and be a part of the Android Community. When AndroidGuys starting accepting applications for interns, I saw my opportunity. I joined the AndroidGuys team and haven't looked back!

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My week with Swype: the end of my search for the perfect keyboard

I remember when Swype was the biggest thing to hit the market. Everyone was so used to simple single-letter typing that the concept blew us all away at first. Swype

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MatchFuel recommends the best games for Android users

The Android Market  Google Play has a host of awesome games for Android users, and some not-so-awesome games as well. The question is often asked, “how do we sort out

Hardware Reviews

Review: Motorola’s Droid Razr Maxx, the model of insane battery life

If you’re like me, you use your device heavily, which tends to drain the battery. Extended batteries are always an option, but they typically add noticeable thickness to a device.

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Onavo introduces Extend app for ICS devices, helps you keep track of every megabyte

In the era of data caps, throttling, and falsely advertised “unlimited” data plans, quite a few users have to keep track of their monthly data usage. ICS has a nice

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Exent launches GameTanium service for Android tablets

Exent, a company largely in charge of the Games on Demand for the world’s leading service providers, is hoping to complete its vision of anytime, anywhere gameplay, as they’ve just

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Android security warning: SoundHound transmitting user location and Google account information

We’ve just gotten a tip about a potential privacy issue with the SoundHound app, a popular music service that users can download from the Market. Apparently, the app transmits a

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HTC blows us away at MWC, announces countless new features

HTC just hit the stage at MWC, and they started off with a bang. Peter Chou, the Taiwanese company’s CEO, showcased some amazing new technology they’ve been working on, and

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Google not satisfied with Music numbers, aims for better results in 2012

Google Music launched just a few months ago, and has since been widely adapted by users as a place to store, stream, and discover music. By all accounts, Google Music seemed

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More rumors surface about 7-inch Google tablet

We first heard whispers about Google launching their own tablet, which might go under the Nexus name, about three months ago. Digitimes claimed a few weeks later that the device

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Millenial Media releases 2011 year in review report, Android takes home the gold

2011 was certainly a big year for Android, so it’s not really a surprise to us that Millenial Media’s Mobile Mix year in review report shows Android on the top

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Amazon Appstore catching up to Android Market in more ways than one

For the majority of users, the Android Market is the place to go for apps, games, and books. The Amazon Appstore is one third-party app market that is actually holding

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NVIDIA explains “fifth core,” HTC launching it at MWC?

Just a few hours ago, we mentioned a mysterious post from HTC on their Facebook page, a simple phone with the number 5 in it, with the caption “this Sunday

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Intel preparing to launch mobile processors at MWC?

Mobile World Congress is edging closer and closer, and rumor has it that Intel is planning to show off their first mobile-based processors there. Apparently, they’re going with the name

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Previously filed patent could bring voice commands to Google TV

It appears that Google quietly applied for a patent back in September, that might just make Google TV a lot easier to use. Essentially, the technology they’re trying to patent

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Google steps up its check-in game with latest Google Maps update

We haven’t heard much from Google on their location-based Latitude service, until now. The Google Maps app was recently updated, and by extension, the Latitude service. The update brings something