First unofficial Lollipop build shows up for Oneplus One

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So far several OEMs have surprised many by releasing Android Lollipop for their respective devices at a significantly faster rate than what we have come to expect. In particular Motorola released their build for the Moto X 2014 earlier than Google released the official build for the Nexus ...

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Accessory of the Day: Fitbit Flex, $83.99

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Now’s a great time to start tracking your physical activity with the power of wearable tech. The Fitbit Flex is a highly renowned tracker that comfortably fits on the wrist and monitors your steps, calories, and sleep patterns. With terrific reviews and a savings of 16%, it’s a ...

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Sprint considering acquisition of FreedomPop, report says

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Sprint has been really working hard to change its game and, to keep it with its competitors. According to USA Today, Sprint’s newest attempt of doing so consists of buying a virtual carrier company that operates on its network. The FreedomPop start-up might just be Sprint’s newest ...

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Google debuts all-new Messenger app for SMS and MMS on the Google Play Store

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With Lollipop fever in full-swing, Google is tossing out treats left and right. Late last night, the factory image for the Nexus 7 became available, the official roll-out for the Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 has begun today, and apps such as the Google Keyboard have been updated.. With the official ...

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Google readies YouTube Music Key streaming service

For months now it’s been rumored that YouTube is going to release some form of a music streaming service. We haven’t really understood what it is, and what is different about it from Google Play Music All Access. Well today some of those questions has been answered. YouTube Music ...

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Nexus devices to start receiving Android 5.0 Lollipop update

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Nexus device owners have overall been in quite the uproar, because the Moto X (2nd Gen) and Moto G (2nd Gen) started rolling out Lollipop earlier today, and LG has announced it is beginning to roll out Lollipop to the LG G3 in selected regions, all before any Nexus devices. While I think this ...

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Motorola announces Android 5.0 Lollipop for Moto X and G (2nd Gen)

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Great news Moto X (2nd Gen) and Moto G (2nd Gen) owners, Motorola is rolling out Lollipop to your devices! “It’s time to unwrap: Android 5.0, Lollipop is here” I went to write an article on users reporting their Moto G’s (2nd Gen) receiving Lollipop, when Motorola went ...

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Google releases Android Lollipop Quick Start Guide

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The latest update to Android, titled 5.0 Lollipop, is the biggest overhaul to Android to-date. While not much as changed, the operating system can look daunting to new users. Earlier, we posted that Google had made a guide to help up-start developers titled The Secret to App Success on Google ...

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FreedomPop now offering 100 free minutes of international calls each month

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FreedomPop has quite the knack for making headlines with their free mobile calling service. Well, they’re doing so again, and those who make frequent calls internationally will really enjoy this news. FreedomPop offers 100 free minutes of international calls FreedomPop is giving 100 free ...

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Sprint lowers data pricing on $80 and $90 Family Share Plans

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Sprint, in an attempt to defeat competitors, has reduced the data price for the $80 and $90 Family Share Plans. Starting Friday November 14th, $15/month data option will occur. According to the carrier the price reduction means more users will be able to access data, and of higher value than ...

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Accessory of the Day: Democracy DEG100B Bluetooth speaker, $14.99

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Here’s a great little deal. The Democracy DEGB100B is a hands-free Bluetooth speaker/speakerphone with a 33 foot connectivity range. Its rechargeable battery keeps the sound pumping for up to 8 hours and at a price of just $14.99 (Prime eligible), this is quite the deal. Join Prime and ...

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Get the Android 5.0 factory image for your Nexus 7 2012 NOW

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It's late, but the night owls never stop working. The factory image for Android 5.0 Lollipop for the Nexus 7 2012 has leaked and you can download it now.

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Android tablets make up ground in business activations

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With iOS continuing to dominate the mobile space on the business side, many will be surprised to see Android gain market share amongst business users in the tablet space. According to a recent quarterly report by Good Technology, Android tablets made up 11% of business activations in Q3 2014. ...

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T-Mobile delays Nexus 6 launch until November 19th

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For those of you who were hoping to grab a Nexus 6 tomorrow from T-Mobile, will have to think again. T-Mobile just announced via Twitter that they are delaying the release of Google’s newest flagship device another week. T-Mobile customers will now have to wait until November 19th to pick ...

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LG Aka smartphones have personalities, names, and eyes

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The smartphone market is starving for innovation. Except for the recent release of the feature-filled Android Lollipop, arguably nothing truly innovative has come from smartphones for a couple of years. New phones these days means more pixels (on the screen and on the camera), a newer chip, and ...

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