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    Humble Bundle 5 brings slew of top Android games for cheap, includes The Cave, The Room Two and more

    The next best thing to free games are game sales and for the next 12 days, you can get a bundle ...

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    DoggCatcher now casting in latest release
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    DoggCatcher, one of the first, and still among the best, podcast apps for Android, just got a ...

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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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    Google releases standalone camera app to the Play Store
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    • 16 Apr, 2014

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    It has been a trend for companies to put their standalone apps in the Play Store for quick ...

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    Google+ for Android Redesign Leaks
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    • 16 Apr, 2014

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    Suspected to be announced at Google I/O, Google+ is expected to get a redesign and it seems ...

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Kyocera Zio M6000 Smartphone

Following the saying “The more the merrier,” I am pleased to announce that Kyocera revealed the launch of a new Kyocera (and Sanyo) branded Android device at CTIA 2010 today. The Kyocera Zio M6000 will be released in Q2. There are not many details yet on the Zio (pronounced Zī -O), ...

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Motorola i1: Sprint’s Push-to-Talk Android Tough Guy

Sprint and Motorola announced the i1 today, a new Android phone featuring push-to-talk functionality on Sprint’s iDEN network, “military spec” toughness and a few interesting extras. Besides its rugged good looks, the i1 includes a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash, a 3.1 inch ...

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You Might Be An Android Fanboy If…

It's no secret that I'm a huge Android fanboy. Heck, my first story on AndroidGuys was about me being exactly that, and I've even shared my doll memorabilia collection with you guys. In last weeks poll we asked you to complete the following sentence, "You might be an Android fanboy if..."

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Is the HTC Supersonic the Subject of Sprint’s “Groundbreaking” Announcement?

Rumors have been swirling that Sprint would be announcing the WiMax-powered HTC Supersonic at CTIA this week, and it looks like another sign is pointing in that direction. Sprint Premier customers report receiving an alert that the carrier will make “an exciting announcement about a ...

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Why an AndroidGal?

With all of the choices of different smartphone platforms out there why would I choose Android? All of the platforms have offer access to applications that the user can choose to install. They all provide access to email and internet, what sets Android apart from the pack? The answer lies in ...

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Dropbox Android App Coming Soon!

Dropbox just announced that a Dropbox Android App is coming very, very soon. From the looks of the screenshots, it all seem true. This is the app I’ve been waiting for since I bought my first Android phone. Here are some of the features they’re highlighting: Access your Dropbox on ...

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Android Isn’t The Most Popular… Yet.

No matter when you got into Android, whether it was since the beginning of time (November 5, 2007) or since a week ago, you have seen Android grow in some way. The latest growth we hear about is from Canalys, a research firm, that says Android will have a growth rate of 169.2% this year.... Read More

Dell Aero – Android Never Looked So Good

Besides the status bar, you wouldn’t know this was Android. This in my opinion could be the best looking Android UI we have seen since HTC Sense. The phone I talk about is soon to be released by AT&T called the Dell Aero; a version of the Dell Mini 3i. I can not say much... Read More

Reasons for Root: Report

A couple of weeks ago, I requested input from people for business reasons why a device manufacturer would want to allow replacement firmware and/or root access on their devices. A report summarizing those ideas and others is now available -- learn more in today's very special episode of ...

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Verizon Advertises The HTC Desire, But Not Really.

Verizon was just caught by an anonymous tipster advertising the Droid Eris as having an HTC Desire in the box! Everyone, get to Verizon Wireless and demand your Droid Eris with a side of HTC Desire! Ok… So obviously this is a mistake and actually one with a valid reason. In the past HTC ...

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Gesture Search: An Open Letter To Google

By now many of you have discovered that Gesture Search is available to all Android 1.6+ devices from the Market. Now question is… is it useful? Most people I have spoken to have given me something along the lines of, “Sort of, but it’s not as accessible as I’d ...

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Rogers MyAccount for Android

Rogers has shown their devotion to Android and that they see it as a serious competitor in the mobile industry. How? Approximately a week ago Rogers released a much awaited application for Rogers users that allows one to natively access some of the most used account information. Up until a week ...

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Download This! Replica Island

Fans of classic side-scrolling classics like Super Mario Brothers, Mega Man, and Sonic the Hedgehog should checkout a new game for Android called Replica Island.  Using everyone’s favorite green robot, players fly around and try to vanquish enemies and dodge trouble in search of the ...

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AndroidGals: Google Buzz from My Perspective

While geo-location applications have become increasingly popular, there are those that still feel uncomfortable broadcasting their every movement to everyone around them.  Sometimes, you just don’t want everyone to know exactly where you are. The new Google Buzz widget allows you to Buzz ...

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What Does The Google Apps Marketplace Mean For Android?

Just a few hours ago, Google launched their Google App Marketplace with over 50 vendors ready to serve up a host of applications that integrate directly with Google services. A bold move for sure, but one that may have a larger impact on Android than at first glance. Obviously the App ...

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