Xposed Framework for Lollipop released [alpha build]


Customization is one of the key features of the entire Android ecosystem. The way that user’s are empowered to change their own environments, within the bounds of a given Android powered device, has been crucial to Android’s overall adoption rate. Historically custom ROMS were needed to ...

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How to fix Android Lollipop memory leak bug


The memory leak bug is considered Lollipop’s biggest bug yet, and one of Android’s most annoying bugs in general, and while Google has yet to push out an update to fix it, XDA Developer Arter has posted a solution to fix this issue only if your phone is rooted. It’s as simple ...

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AT&T blesses Go Phone rate plans with more data and unlimited calling to Mexico


AT&T on Tuesday that its Go Phone rate plans will now have additional data allotments as well as unlimited calling to Mexico. Available immediately, the $45 plan offers 1.5GB of data while the $60 option gives users 4GB of data. Additionally, AT&T says both will also have unlimited ...

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Accessory of the Day: Micro NFC Bluetooth speaker, $24.99


If you’ve ever wanted an extremely portable Bluetooth speaker that has a tiny form factor and can withstand the elements, the TDK A12 TREK is right in your wheelhouse. You can steal this deal for just $24.99 (Prime), carabiner clip included. Join Prime and get this deal with FREE two-day ...

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LG outs the ‘Watch Urbane’ for Mobile World Congress

Already onto their third-generation of smartwatch, LG have just announced the Watch Urbane, an all-metal luxury Android Wear device. Aimed at “sophisticated and cosmopolitan” wearers (that’s me out), LG are marketing this smartwatch as the perfect accessory for those who want ...

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Monday Makeover: An extensive look at Themer


There is a plethora of apps out there that allow you to customize just about every single thing on your android smartphone without even rooting. That is why we have started the weekly series “Monday Makeover.” Each week we will take one of these customization apps and talk about setting it up, ...

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HTC One M9 vs Samsung Galaxy S6 – concepts compared


With the next two flagship devices just around the corner from HTC and Samsung, inevitably the renders of what fans believe the next devices will look like start to surface; so let’s compare them. The concepts represent what the HTC One M9 and the Samsung Galaxy S6 could look like, as ...

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Android Lollipop coming to Lenovo phones next quarter


Technology giant Lenovo has decided to upgrade a bunch of their smartphones to the latest Android 5.0. They have announced that they will release the Lollipop update in the second quarter of 2015 and it will be available on 7 devices which are mentioned below. Lenovo A5000 Lenovo A6000 Lenovo ...

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Peak – Brain Training: keep your wits about you with daily training

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Sometimes as we get older, we feel our brains are slowly losing their sponge-like qualities they had in elementary school. Or, we aren’t as quick with a comeback as we could back in high school. Peak – Brain Training is an app that hopes to provide with daily games and exercises to ...

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Review: PULSE LED Speaker by Sengled


Back when Thomas Edison invented light bulb, I am sure he never thought a day would come when people would be able to control lights remotely.  Like with the help of their smartphone. Oh, and also use those bulbs may some day be used as speakers! Growing up, even I never thought I will see ...

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Accessory of the Day: Flash drives, memory cards, and mobile power from PNY, 50% off


For a limited time, Amazon has slashed prices on a variety of select products from PNY including USB flash drives, MicroSD and SD memory cards, portable power packs, and even SSD hard drives. If you’re quick enough on the draw, you’ll be able to snag some heavy discounts — up ...

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UnlockUnit Giveaway Winners


I am happy to announce the five winners from the UnlockUnit Giveaway! William Peterson Kelsea Nixon Larry Jenkins Ryuki Belami Thomas Schuster I still believe that paying to unlock your device is the easiest way to go, but you might have more luck now that the rules are changing. More on that later.

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Helpouts by Google Shutting Down.


So long farewell. It’s time to say adieu to another Google experiment. If you were one of a few people using the service, after Monday, 20 April, 2015 it will be no more. According to Google about Helpouts, “it wasn’t growing at the pace they (Google) needed it (Helpouts) to.” Since 2013, ...

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AT&T announces limited time 7GB shared data plan

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AT&T is providing a great deal for a limited time with a 7 GB shared data plan across 3 lines and unlimited talk and text, all for $120 a month! In the announcement, AT&T highlights some of the benefits of being with them, including texting in other countries and no contracts. Plus, if ...

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Google intros Carboard-based View-Master

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On Friday, Google and Mattel announced the fruit of a new partnership: a View-Master that uses Google’s Cardboard technology. Cardboard is Google’s virtual-reality platform, and Mattel hopes to use it in a product that will allow kids to explore famous places, landmarks, planets, ...

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