Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini details and pictures leaked

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Thanks to an insider for SamMobile, leaked images show that Samsung may be getting ready to release another phone- this one a sibling of the Samsung Galaxy S3 mini. These photos show a device with the same design layout as the Galaxy S4 but in a much smaller form, just as the S3 mini was a... ...

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Samsung rumored to be prepping Galaxy Tab 10.1 or 11.6 with full HD AMOLED display

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It seems every day we hear something new from the Samsung camp, and yesterday was no different. We reported that Samsung will most likely announce an array of tablets coming soon to compete with the Xperia Z and other high-end options at IFA 2013. Well, there is more to the story than we ...

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In Brief: 9 Android related things you should know (March 22, 2013)

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In Brief is a compilation of notifications, rumors, photos, videos, infographics, and Android-related news tidbits which, for whatever reason, did not end up with a post of its own on AndroidGuys. These are things that we still feel are worth knowing, even if in a passing manner. Consider it a ...

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Google Play 4.0 leak shows off cleaner design

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Google Play may be getting a face lift soon. The team over at Droid Life published photos yesterday of what they say is Google Play, 4.0. The new version, which is a lot more than the minimal tweaks they have done since 2011, seems to provide an updated interface with larger icons and a more ...

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Is Amazon working on a $99 7-inch Kindle Fire HD?

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Amazon seems to be on a tablet price slashing spree lately, and the latest news seems to continue the trend. According to techcrunch.com, it is rumored that a $99 Kindle Fire 7″ tablet is in production, and will be shipping this year. The new Kindle Fire HD will still have a TI processor like ...

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Remember moments in Google+ Hangouts with new Hangouts Capture

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We all know what Google+ Hangouts is right? Just in case you don’t, it is the free video chat service that can do one-on-one chats or group chats with up to nine of your friends (or colleagues) at a time. Thanks to all of the interesting stories people have shared after a Hangout, Google ...

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Google to unify messaging and name it Babble, report indicates

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As a huge Google fan, I am quite excited at the news that Google is looking to unify all of their messaging platforms under one name. Google Voice, Talk, Google+ Messenger, Chat for Drive, and Hangouts are all great products on their own, but they really don’t interact with each other ...

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New Gmail app for Android lets users do much more in notifications

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Google released a new Gmail app for Android this afternoon which helps you reply, archive, and search quickly from the notifications bar. (Note, this is available to users running Android 4.1 or higher.) Another nice addition to the app, it complements the ability to configure different sounds ...

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Unofficial ‘pre-list’ of Android updates for Samsung devices surfaces

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According to an insider for SamMobile, the pre-list of upcoming Android updates from Samsung has been leaked. It looks like they will update the Galaxy S2 and Note to Android 4.2.2, but that will be the end of the road for those devices. Here’s the real news, according to the first ...

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T-Mobile announces LTE is on the way, updates Galaxy Note 2

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Many T-Mobile customers have been patiently waiting for the arrival of LTE, and the time is quickly approaching.  After months of testing in Las Vegas and Kansas City, T-Mobile has announced that it will be slowly rolling out by the end of this month. It’s all a part of a system-wide ...

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In Brief: 8 Android-related things you should know (March 15, 2013)

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In Brief is a compilation of notifications, rumors, photos, videos, infographics, and Android-related news tidbits which, for whatever reason, did not end up with a post of its own on AndroidGuys. These are things that we still feel are worth knowing, even if in a passing manner. Consider it a ...

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Google’s Project Glass gets SXSW demo

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As a child I remember watching The Terminator with my family, thinking how cool it would be to literally wear a computer that delivers real-time information. Well, if you have been following the news, this dream is almost a reality with the upcoming  Google Glass. Rumors have been floating ...

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Lookout Mobile Security releases patch for Samsung Galaxy S3, Note 2

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Thanks to some guys who have way too much time on their hands, a vulnerability that bypasses the Samsung Galaxy S3 lock screen was found last week. Before that, it was the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 that fell prey to the workaround. In a nutshell, the breaches allows access to the devices regardless ...

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Gmail updates look for mobile web and offline

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Last December Google launched a redesigned Gmail app for the iPhone and iPad. It went over so well with users that Google decided to roll out a similar look to the Gmail mobile web app and Gmail Offline on Monday. The new UI freshens up features such as improved search and integration with ...

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Google files a patent for backside controls on future devices

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The US Patent & Trademark Office recently published a patent application from Google that shows their intentions to bring backside controls to future Android devices. These controls could possibly turn the page of an ebook, flip through photos, and even change music albums in a playlist. ...

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