Grab the Samsung Gear Fit for only $99

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Hurry folks, Amazon are selling the Samsung Gear Fit for only $99. At half price of the normal $199 price tag, this is a great deal if you want to take advantage of Samsung’s fitness tracking platform. The Gear Fit features a 1.8-inch curved Super AMOLED display, Bluetooth LE ...

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Black HTC One M8, yellow Nexus 5 on the horizon

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OK, call me boring but I like my smartphones to look understated and elegant. So when it comes to choosing what color I want my hardware to be I will always go for the black option. Lately we are seeing many manufacturers turning towards bold or fancy colour schemes for their devices. @evleaks ...

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Google Search update rolls out, “OK Google” hotword now works from any screen.

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With Google I/O in full swing and a mass of exciting new products and features being announced, the company are not letting this get in the way of getting updates pushed out to its current Android OS. One of the latest updates see Google Search 3.5.14 arrive which brings two very major ...

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Google Fit in the works , possible launch at I/O

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Health and fitness tracking is shaping up to become big business and we are seeing a multitude of wearable fitness devices hitting the market that can monitor and track every move you make to achieve your fitness goals. Big names are also releasing health related services with the likes of ...

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Android podcast apps with Chromecast support

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Here at AndroidGuys we love the Chromecast and were massive fans of all the cool casting apps that make this tiny device what it is but this little streaming dongle is not just limited to beaming photos and on-line media up onto the TV. If you’ve got any kind of sound system hooked up ...

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Samsung trademarks ‘Galaxy Wear’

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It looked like Samsung were done with Android powered smartwatches after they announced that their very own Tizen would be OS of choice from now on, but it seems they could still be in the game for Android wearables after a recent trademark filing was made by the company. Samsung had mentioned ...

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Android TV to debut at Google IO – report says

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It wasn’t that long ago that Google had plans get a place in your living room with a TV service , unfortunately that didn’t pan out quite as well as hoped with Google TV becoming a bit of a flop, mainly due to the half-baked integration of trying to combine apps and Pay TV ...

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Galaxy Note 8.0 (WiFi) getting Android 4.4 KitKat upgrade

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An update to Android 4.4 KitKat is being pushed out to the WiFi only version of the Galaxy Note 8 and follows on from the update of the 3G equipped Note 8 that Samsung started last week. Only UK owners of the Samsung Note are currently seeing this KitKat update rolling out to their devices... ...

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HTC One mini 2 gets its official launch

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HTC UK have today officially announced the launch of the much rumoured One Mini 2, the little brother of their extremely popular flagship HTC One (M8) Android smartphone. With the covers finally taken off, the One Mini 2 is very similar to rumoured design and specs that have been doing the ...

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Google Glass can be bought by anyone in US for $1500

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It looks like Google’s recent one day only sale of Glass was a massive success for the company as they have now announced that Glass has moved into an open beta and can be brought by anyone on the US for $1500 without an invite. The announcement that the Glass Explorer Edition is now up ...

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Details uncovered for Samsung’s 13.3-inch tablet, and Super AMOLED tablets

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More info has surfaced on the rumours that Samsung are developing three new Tablet devices, two of which have AMLOED screens but all three will have a WQXGA (2,560 x 1,600) screen resolution with 3G and WiFi versions in the pipe line. Codenamed “Chagall”, this first device could be ...

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