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    Amazon Prime signs HBO licensing deal
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    • 23 Apr, 2014

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    Amazon on Wednesday announced the upcoming availability of select HBO programming as part of ...

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    AT&T to relaunch Cricket by end of quarter
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    • 23 Apr, 2014

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    AT&T expects to relaunch Cricket Wireless by the end of this, the second quarter of 2014. ...

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    Google Maps gets time machine-like feature
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    • 23 Apr, 2014

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    One of the more requested Google Maps features has become a reality as Google announces a new ...

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    Samsung details Galaxy Tab 4 availability for U.S.
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    • 23 Apr, 2014

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    Samsung on Wednesday confirmed the pricing and availability of the Galaxy Tab 4 series of ...

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    OnePlus One officially unveiled as “2014 Flagship Killer”

    After all the hype OnePlus has been building up around the OnePlus One, today they have ...

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Updated Dell Streak Root Method Released

Paul O’Brien, the genius behind MoDaCo, has just released an updated “superboot” rooting method for the Dell Streak.  According to Paul, this root method differs a little from what we’re used to seeing, but still gets the job done for those who want superuser access on ...

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Make Online Payments Quickly with the Android Payment Chrome Extension

Merchants and consumers rejoice!  The Google Checkout Blog is reporting this week that merchants can now create a QR code containing the information for the items a customer wants using the Android Payment Chrome Extension.  Customers will then scan the QR code with their scanner and be taken ...

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PhoneWeaver Announced for Android

SBSH Software recently announced that they’re popular Phoneweaver application is now available on the Android platform.  Phoneweaver’s function is to allow the creation of custom “profiles” enabling users to set specific actions to correlate to various times, locations, ...

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New AdMob Report Shows Android Now Holds 33% Market Share in North America

AdMob has just released their May 2010 Mobile Metrics Report, and the results are extremely impressive for the Android OS.  The stats (which are from May 2010, not June) put Android at a 33% share in North America, with iOS holding on to their 54% share. This is good news for Android fanboys ...

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Download This! FIFA 10 (EA Sports)

In the off chance you’ve been living under a rock for the last few weeks, it’s World Cup time and fans are glued to television sets around the world. It’s time you glued yourself to your Android handset and purchased EA Sports’ FIFA 10. Play using real teams and players ...

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Take the Paid App Pledge!

Android users get a bad rap. They say we expect apps to be free, that we won’t pay for apps like users of other platforms will, and that consequently it’s not worth developers’ time to work on Android apps. Let’s prove ‘em wrong. Here’s an example of what ...

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Christopher Nolan’s Inception Gets Android Game (Verizon Exclusive)

Christopher Nolan’s upcoming sci-fi action thriller film, Inception, doesn’t hit theaters for a couple more weeks but Verizon customers can immerse themselves into the world of DiCaprio. Designed as top-down 3D maze game, the object is to get you from A to B in as little time as ...

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Sprint Talks Android Apps in Series of Helpful Videos

Sprint has just released a handful of new YouTube videos to help new Android users get the most of their phone.  Aimed at specific needs, Heather walks you through some excellent titles selected by the carrier.  What apps should you look for if you’re planing a trip or trying to get in ...

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Android Team Updates Platform Versions, Adds Historical Data

The official Android Developers Dashboard has been updated today with new data as well as historical information to aid developers.  Not only do we get to see how each platform stacks up in the Android legacy pie, but now we can find historical distribution for each release.  How fast has ...

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Android Quarterly Report Card (US Carriers)

Welcome the first AndroidGuys quarterly report card.  This post is designed to let you guys and gals know how we think the carriers are doing as it pertains to Android.  We conducted a blind, internal poll with members of our staff deciding how they would grade each US wireless provider on ...

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Apple Has ZERO Idea What Android Is

In today’s Apple address to the nation of the iBrainWashed, the Cupertino-based company flaunted their ignorance for the entire world to read. No, I’m not referring to their illogical explanation of reception problems or blatant denial of facts that point to the hardware defect in ...

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Here’s the Google Voice Desktop App [VIDEO]

The fabled Google Voice desktop application has been spotted on film thanks to TechCrunch’s Michael Arrington.  After asking for pictures of the rumored application, he was sent the actual product to test himself.  What you see below is a few minutes of Arrington testing out the app and ...

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Devs Manage to Get Ubuntu on HTC HD2

Ahh, the wonderful world of hacking, where it seems that nearly anything is possible. It is in this realm of modding and rooting that some talented developers have reached a major breakthrough in their quest to get Android running on HTC’s 4-inch Windows Mobile monster. XDA user dcordes, ...

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PanDigital Novel Rooted, What Next?

SlateDroid Forums user Meth has gained root access to the PanDigital Novel eReader. Meth, claims to have rooted PanDigital’s 7-inch eReader/tablet despite the fact that the device has no physical buttons. “The lack of any buttons sucks“, he says.  Kudos to Mr. Meth for his ...

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Samsung Putting All Chips on Galaxy S Line

Samsung seems to be taking a page out of Verizon and Motorola’s book to help promote its line of Galaxy S phones. Samsung has fallen behind in the mobile market, and is now trying to take the lead with its star device (get it? Galaxy, star?).  All terrible jokes aside, Verizon and Moto ...

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