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    Samsung to offer Android Wear-powered smartwatch this year
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    • 16 Apr, 2014

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    Samsung will deliver its first Android Wear-based smartwatch later this year, reports Reuters. ...

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    Aio Wireless debuts its own ‘Framily’ plans with ‘Group Save’
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    • 16 Apr, 2014

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    Aio Wireless, a prepaid arm of AT&T, today rolled out new service plans designed to attract ...

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    Google intros Chrome Remote Desktop for Android
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    • 16 Apr, 2014

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    Google on Wednesday announced the availability of a new Chrome Remote Desktop app for Android. ...

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    Smartphone kill switch will be flipped on July 2015
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    • 16 Apr, 2014

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    Have you ever lost your phone either by theft or pure forgetfulness? Does just the thought of ...

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    Fleksy Keyboard version 2.1 rolling out with 6 new languages, bug fixes, and more!
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    • 16 Apr, 2014

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    For those of you who use the quick-typing giant Fleksy Keyboard, you should be receiving a ...

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Nexus One Car Dock On Its Way!

We have heard several stories over the last couple of weeks about new things appearing on theGoogle phone store, but each time the page is quickly returned to normal. Today one of our readers spotted the highly anticipated official car dock listed for $55, but he was unable to order it because ...

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Rhapsody Arrives in Android Market

Rhapsody has taken their music service out of beta and released it into the Android Market.  Starting today, users can install the app and check out favorite songs or listen to the latest releases over their Android phone.   Although the app is free to download, it does require a subscription ...

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Samsung Galaxy S to Offer Font Downloads via Monotype’s FlipFont

It was announced earlier today that the Samsung Galaxy S will be the first mobile phone to come preloaded with Monotype Imaging’s FlipFont application.  Expected to ship later this summer, the Galaxy S will present users  with the ability customize and enhance their user experience by ...

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ComScore Report Indicates Android Momentum in Full Swing

According to yesterday’s comScore findings, Android posted a 5.2 percent gain in markest share in the November 2009 – February 2010 time frame, considerably better than the likes of Apple and Research in Motion. The growth is obviously  a result of the Motorola Droid and Nexus One ...

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LG LU2300 Details Emerging

Details are starting to emerge (translated) about a forthcoming Android-based smart phone from South Korean handset maker LG.  From the sounds of it, the LU2300 will fit well with some of the newer “super” phones like the Nexus One and Motorola Droid. Considering they were a ...

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Hey Verizon, Just Announce the Incredible Already!

Anyone following Android can tell you that current holder of worst kept secret is Verizon’s forthcoming handset, the HTC Incredible.  The tiny bits of information hitting the internet have gone from a slow trickle into a downpour.  Late last week, the Incredible was found in the ...

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Nexus One Accessories Arriving at T-Mobile Stores

According to a TmoToday tipster, accessories for the Nexus One handset have started arriving at T-Mobile retail stores.  The picture above shows gel skins and protective covers designed to fit the handset with official T-Mobile branding on the packaging.  Does this hint at an the Nexus One ...

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People of Lava’s Android-Based TV

The first Android-based television set has been unearthed and it comes from an unknown Swedish hardware maker. The company is called People of Lava and the TV will be in beta testing later this summer. Available in 42, 47, and 55-inch models, the sets will be internet-connected and loaded with ...

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Android for Non-geeks

If you’re anything like me then all this talk about Android development, source code, root, version, etc., is all completely over your head. If you don’t know who Cyanogen is, it’s okay. Well, for now. So, what’s the real deal about Android phones? So far, only the ...

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Conquer Your Lists With Remember The Milk

Keeping track of items throughout all aspects of life can be an overwhelming task. Whether those items be groceries that need to be picked up, bills that need to be paid, or gift ideas for those special people in your life, Remember the Milk can help you stay on top of it all. If you... Read More

Cooking Capsules Releases Long-Awaited Brunch Recipes

The team over at Cooking Capsules has released their much anticipated followup application. After taking a top 20 spot in the first Android Developers Challenge with Cooking Capsules Taster, this weekend finds Cooking Capsules Brunch landing in the Android Market.  Like its predecessor, Brunch ...

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Android fans: “Apple, Thank you for the iPad!”

As you might have heard, today lots of early adopters are going to get their hands on the new Apple iPad. As Android fans we should not care about it but if you think about it, it is a great news for Android. A while back (late 2007), Apple released a new type of phone... Read More

Report Shows More Planning to Buy Android over iPhone

For the first time, more people are considering Android than iPhone.  ChangeWave conducted a recent study for people who are considering purchasing a smart phone over the next 90 days.  According to the results, 30% of those polled  are considering Android as opposed to 29% for the iPhone.  ...

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Get Your Rogers Xperia X10, April 15 2010

We talked about the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 coming to Rogers a while back but we were missing a key piece of information. The X10 is now slated for April 15th, 2010 release according to inside sources. As you may recall the phone was set with a worthy line-up of qulity specifications. The only ...

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“Sloof Lirpa” Source Code Released

On April Fool’s Day we released an app on the Android Market that claimed to be a World War 2 First Person Shooter which ended up actually being a humorous self-destruct button. While it was a dirty mean trick we have released the source code of our April Fool’s Day app after we got ...

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