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    CyanogenMod 11S – OnePlus One UI showcased
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    • 19 Apr, 2014

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    Carl Pei of OnePlus took to the official OnePlus forums to put a bit of clarity around all the ...

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    Samsung to start charging about the price of a gallon for “Milk”
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    • 18 Apr, 2014

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    Were you one of the many enjoying your free “Milk”? Well, Milk Music is having a ...

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    AT&T bolsters GoPhone offerings with more data, new option
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    • 18 Apr, 2014

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    AT&T on Friday announced that its no-cotnract  GoPhone plans will receive extra data ...

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    Republic Wireless calls on $149 Moto G
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    • 18 Apr, 2014

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    Republic Wireless yesterday added the Moto G smartphone to its portfolio of smartphones. ...

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    Amazon’s Easter Egg deals offer scores of free and discounted games

    Amazon on Friday announced a little Easter Egg hunt for this weekend which results in a bunch ...

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Picture of Sprint’s Galaxy S Pro Surfaces, Confirms Sliding QWERTY

The first picture of Sprint’s version of the Galaxy S handset made its way into the hands of Android Community today.  Called the Galaxy S Pro, it looks every bit of a standard Galaxy S save for the sliding 5-row QWERTY hiding below.  This confirms the news we broke just over a month ...

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PSA: Sign up for SlingPlayer Mobile for Android (UK)

Android owners living in the UK are now able to sign up for SlingPlayer Mobile news direct from the official source.  Add your email address to the list to ensure you are one of the first to learn know when SlingPlayer Mobile for Android becomes available in the UK.   Sounds to us like they ...

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Motorola Droid X Rivals EVO in Size, Beauty

Verizon and Motorola are gearing up to drop not one, but two Droid handsets over the course of the next few weeks.  While the Droid 2 closely resembles its predecessor, the Droid X (Droid Xtreme) is unlike anything Motorola has released yet. Like HTC’s EVO 4G, the touch only device boasts ...

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Cyberlink Announces MediaStory App, On the Fly Slideshow Maker.

With more and more people using their smartphones as their main camera, the ability to be able to display those images on the fly has become a major need. Media Story understands this and is doing what they can to address the situation.  Media Story is an app that allows users to create ...

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More Samsung Tablet Details Trickle Out

The more we hear about the upcoming Samsung tablet, the more we like it.  Previously known as the Tab, Vietnamese site Tinhte (translated) is now referring to it as the Tape.  Poor name aside the tablet is shaping up to be our most desired device yet.  Check out the rumored hardware for this ...

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Android In-App Billing Launched by Boku Mobile Payments

TechCrunch is reporting that Mobile Payment startup, Boku, has widened their marketing strategy by launching an Android library to allow devs to build micro-payments right into their applications.  Boku is unique in mobile billing in the fact that it does not require a user to have a credit ...

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AT&T Announces $129.99 HTC Aria for June 20

AT&T has announced via Facebook that their next Android handset, the HTC Aria, will be available June 20th.  If you’ve been following along for the last few weeks then you’ll not be surprised by the form factor. Dropping at $129.99 (after $100 mail-in rebate), the pocket-sized ...

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Enterprising Geek Wants to Send an EVO Into Space. No, Really.

So how many of you got brand new shiny EVO handsets this week and have had a ton of fun experiencing the awesomeness that is EVO? Great, now how many of you are planning on sending your shiny new toy into the upper atmosphere on a weather balloon until said balloon pops and it floats... Read More

Galaxy Apollo Confirmed as i5801

The Galaxy Apollo was spotted online late last week on Samsung’s UK site for smart phones.  At the time we suggested it could be a variant of the M100S (Galaxy A) which launched in Korea earlier this year.  Wireless provider Orange has confirmed it as the i5801 and is now listing the ...

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FTC Will Investigate Apple

The war between Google and Apple took another turn over the last few days.  Recent tweaks to the App Store rules prohibit developers from certain development tools that enable them to create apps that run on multiple devices. Some of the new tweaks also seem to effectively block third-party ...

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HTC Wildfire Available Through Vodafone

It seems like we are getting an HTC announcement once a week lately!  PRlog.com is reporting that the HTC Wildfire will be available on Vodafone and 3 other carriers with various rate plans. The Wildfire is nothing spectacular as far as a handset goes, with a 5mp camera, 3.2 inch screen, 364mb ...

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Android Market: Hiccups Continue

On the Android Market forums there is an uproar: many apps significantly suddenly dropped their counts. We already covered Market issues twice in the past week and Google even apologized to developers. However last night the first thing I noticed was that my “Credit Card” app ...

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Junaio “Glue” Augmented Reality Browser Released for Android

Augmented Reality developer Junaio recently announced that they have released an Android version of their Augmented Reality (AR) browser, Glue. We have seen AR Browsers before in Layar and others, but what makes this browser unique is that it “glues” images to objects scanned by the ...

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New Independent App Store, AndSpot Enters Fray to Take On Google Market

Back when I was a kid, I used to love to watch the WWE Royal Rumble, with every major player in the group going at each other.  It seems that we may have the same sort of situation shaping up in the Android app world, as another independent app store has popped up, this time... Read More

Google Now Offering Sources for Trivia Wars Everywhere

So for all you know-it-alls–I mean trivia buffs, Google has implemented a new feature in mobile searches to help you answer questions and source your arguments for the year that the Fonz jumped the shark. Pictured to the left you see the new feature, which recognizes queries with terms ...

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