Cartoon Network launches first ever Humble Mobile Bundle

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We here at AndroidGuys love Humble Bundle since you can get a bunch of games for cheap and you get to help out Khan Academy and Child’s Play.. Today Cartoon Network announced that it launched it’s first ever Humble Mobile Bundle and you can get up to 11 games that are based on your ...

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Paranoid Android is back to taste Lollipop

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The Paranoid Android team is back with a post on their Google+ page after a long absence since Android 5.0 was debuted. Their #WeAreBackBaby Edition is the nickname for their PA 5.0 Alpha 1 build and is a custom ROM based off of Android 5.0.2 and comes with some subtle but helpful changes, ...

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Google pays AdBlock to unblock their ads

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Most people use some form of ad blocker to remove ads from a site that impede the user experience, but no doubt allow ads here on Android guys thanks to the tasteful layout and efficient use of ads. The most popular is AdBlock Plus, which has some 300 million downloads so perhaps it’s of ...

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HURRY! Register today for up to $140 off Motorola website (Valentine’s Promo)

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Just a last minute reminder to let you all know that today’s the day to register for a promo code through Motorola. As part of a Valentine’s Day promotion, you can head to the website today and sign up for a code. Once you do, you’ll get a discount of $140 on a purchase of ...

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Blade Pico Double-Flip Drone, $49.99

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What’s more exciting than taking the controls of a precision aircraft? Doing stunts with said aircraft, of course! The new Pico QX from Blade is the smallest drone ever released by the manufacturer and with that comes the ability to do all sorts of nifty tricks. Talk about ...

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Samsung Unpacked event slated for March 1; invitation hints at Galaxy S6 Edge

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Samsung is expected to announce its next-gen flagship Android experience on March 1, according to Unpacked invitations being sent out over the last few hours. Touting only “What’s Next” we get teasing glimpse of what figures to be an Edge variant of the presumed Samsung Galaxy ...

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What is fragmentation and how does it affect me?

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Many of you may have read the report by OpenSignal that came out this past August. In it OpenSignal gives a frightening view on just how fragmented the Android ecosystem truly is. As of the published date of the report, there were 18,796 distinct Android devices up from 11,868 of the previous ...

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Accessory of the Day: Jarv NMotion Bluetooth headphones, $29.99

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Looking for a pair of earbuds that won’t tangle and catch on everything imaginable? The Jarv NMotion earbuds are powered by Bluetooth 4.0 technology with built-in microphone and Answer/Disconnect/Play/Pause/Volume controls. You can steal these heaphones for only $29.99 (Prime eligible), ...

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Sony Entertainment Network is merging into the PlayStation Network

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Sony is preparing to launch a new music streaming service called PlayStation Music in collaboration with Spotify that will drop in Spring 2015. Music Unlimited will be shutting down wherever its available by March 29, 2015 will be replaced by PlayStation Music. As a final token of appreciation, ...

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HTC to miss Android Lollipop 90-day deadline update for flagship devices

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When Google announced Android 5.0 Lollipop everyone instantly began to wonder when their device would receive the next version of Android and more importantly how long the carrier or manufacturer would delay it while they applied their layer on the software. HTC were quick off the mark to ...

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Google Now open to third parties

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The time has come:  Google Now has been opened up to third party app developers.  Beginning today, January 30th, the Mountain View search giant will be allowing Google Now integration from 30+ companies.  If have any of these non-google apps installed on your device, you will start seeing cards ...

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ROCKI finally gets Spotify Connect support

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After a long wait, Spotify support has finally come to ROCKI, but not quite how you would have expected. The tiny device that turns your ordinary speakers into DLNA compatible outputs launched with the promise of Spotify integration but it failed to appear in the app. It appears that the reason ...

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Nokia’s Z Launcher adds new features, including support icon pack

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Nokia has released an update for its Z Launcher Beta on the Google Play Store. The launcher adapts to the user’s usage throughout the day. By learning how he or she uses it, the app promotes his or her favorite apps. Another feature known as Scribble allows you to draw a letter in order ...

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Boundless S3: NFC-enabled Bluetooth speaker, $59

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Bluetooth audio units are all the craze lately and rightfully so. They’re convenient, don’t take up much space, and some of the better products actually provide a nice-sized sound. There’s definitely a lot of sub-par stuff floating around the marketplace so it’s ...

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Cricket bulks up data allotments

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Following closely on the heels of last week’s carrier changes, Cricket Wireless on Friday adjusted its own prepaid rate plans. Now, as part of the Basic Plan, customers will receive up to 2.5GB of high speed data, up from the normal allotment of 1 GB per month. Cricket will also provide ...

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