High-End Samsung QWERTY slider pictured sporting a 720p display

  All the Motorola Droids aside, there are really no high-end Qwerty Androids available… in this writer’s opinion. However, that fact might change very soon, according to Pocketnow. Well, alright – a 720p screen doesn’t necessarily mean a high-end processor, but it ...

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LG LS970 ‘Eclipse’ leaks with quadcore Krait chipset

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  LG is known for its scoops: They were the first with a dualcore phone, the first with a 3D phone and they’ve done it yet again. Although the software leaves us wanting something better most of the times, we have to say: Using a quad core krait processor promises some pretty darn ...

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Android 4.0 starts rolling out for German Galaxy Notes

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Owners of a German Galaxy Note, rejoice! Samsung has quietly started the roll-out of Android 4.0, dubbed version number LPY, to German branded Galaxy Notes. Although you don’t necessarily have to own a German Note, your model number should be N7000 in order to install the update. We ...

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A hint of carriers to support the Galaxy S III?

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The new Galaxy S III may be cool and all, but I’m sure we all remember the enormous amount of time it took to introduce the Galaxy S II in the US. Samsung’s new sign-up site for information hints at a relatively soon release of its new flagship in the US. In order to complete... Read More

Draw Something loses 5 million daily users in a month

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The higher they climb, the harder they fall, as is the case with OMGPOP’s most popular game, Draw Something. About a month ago, it had over 15 million users. A month ago, that is. App Data reports that the number of daily users signing in through Facebook, by far the most popular method, ...

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Galaxy S III announced, ‘inspired by nature’

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Well, it looks like the cat is out of the bag. After months of mock-ups, fakes and leaks, Samsung has announced its new flagship: The Galaxy S III. Packing a whopping 720p HD Super AMOLED screen and a home-made quad-core Exynos processor (unless you’re on Verizon), this device is at least ...

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JobsDB.com releases Android app

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Live in Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore or Thailand? Looking for a job on the go? It looks like we’ve got just the app for you. JobsDB.com, one of the major recruitment sites has just released an Android app with the following features: Search and browse through ...

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Eldar Murtazin claims Galaxy S III is complete, touts monster specs

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By now, you might consider the Samsung Galaxy S III to be vaporware, but there is still hope, according to Eldar Murtazin. If the rumors are true, it will be worth the wait. The ceramic housing Murtazin speaks of is only one of the awesome features on the GSIII. Other rumored specs include one ...

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DoubleTwist updated, brings some improvements

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If you’re familiar with using substitutes for the stock Android apps, you’ve probably at least heard of DoubleTwist. It already was one of the best players on the Android Market — especially since it was free — and now it’s even better. The most significant new ...

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Picture of Asus TF300T leaks, Transformer Prime successor?

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Asus hasn’t even got rid of all the bugs in the Transformer Prime and yet there’s another Transformer on the way bearing the codename TF300T. Given the fact that the Tranformer Prime is still quite new and it would be unwise to release yet another Android tablet this soon, this ...

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Google Docs updates tablet UI, adds offline support

Let’s face it, Google Docs never was the prettiest nor most functional app on Android and that’s quite a shame. Being an official Google app, you’d at least expect it to follow the design guidelines the very same developer stated. Another major drawback was the lack of offline ...

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Kernel source released for AT&T Galaxy Note

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Samsung is releasing the source code for the Galaxy Note on AT&T but there’s a catch. As you can see from the picture above, there are three different versions of the source. A clever reader from AndroidPolice found out that the only difference is just one line of code, but ...

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Touch Clockworkmod Recovery released for a number of devices, courtesy of Koush

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Clockworkmod is without doubt the most useful tool for rooters and ROM installers, providing detailed functions like backup and restore, wiping options, and of course installing ROMs. As awesome as it may be, it can be a bit of a pain to navigate around all those options, as you have to do it ...

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I’m Circle is your central processing device

Have you every imagined a device so powerful it treats all other device like ‘periphals?’ Meet i’m Core. i’m Core made by the same company that produces i’m Watch, powering all your devices integrated into a ‘i’m Circle’. i’m Core powers all ...

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The London Android Workshop happening on November 24th and 25th at Techhub

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The London Android Workshop is, as the organizers describe it, ‘a two day workshop designed to provide a practical introduction to Android development fundamentals’.  The event will be hosted by Richard Legett, an experienced developer with enough know-how to teach you all the ...

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