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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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Acer Kicks off New “Liquid” Series with Snapdragon Android Phone

There’s some big Android news coming out of the Acer camp today!  The first Android phone out of the gate with a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor will belong to their new “Liquid” series of handsets.  With a High Definition, Wide-VGA capacitive touchscreen, a 5MP camera, and ...

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March of the Droids

On my morning commute today, I happened to be catching up on podcasts from last week.  Engadget’s podcast is a must for tech geeks and AndroidGuys alike.  I was astounded to hear out of twenty-one topics that eight of them were Android focused.  Now mind you, this is a broadly focused ...

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Android Beyond Java, Part One

Want to develop for Android, but Java isn't your thing? Learn more about alternative Android programming options in this this week's series of posts on Building 'Droids!

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Preorder Acer’s Android-Based Aspire One D250 Netbook on Amazon

The first Android-based netbook is now officially available for pre-sale at Amazon.com. To be completely up-front, the Aspire One D250 is actually a dual-boot device with Android and Windows XP Home. So what’s in the box?  For $349.99, you get a 10.1″ screen, 1.66GHz Intel N280 ...

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The Brewing Storm

I count myself incredibly fortunate and blessed to have been at the heart of a perfect tech storm in the early 90′s.  I was a data entry clerk when someone asked me if I knew anything about data networks, I replied that I did not.  “Do you want to?” I was asked.  I said, ...

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Tattoo Your Tattoo

A new site has gone live today that should be of interest to owners of the new HTC Tattoo.  Customers have the ability to customize the look of the hottest new handset from HTC with pre-designed or unique images.  The price for a ready-made designis 11.99 Euros ($17.75 US) and 14.99 Euros ...

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Samsung’s Customized Keyboard

The first images of Samsung’s on-screen keyboard have made their way online thanks to Android.hdblog.it.  As you can see, there is just only so much you can do to customize the QWERTY keyboard.  What Samsung has done is give the end user more options for entry.  The pictures show ...

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No More InvisiDroid

Ask yourself these questions … Despite your enthusiasm for the the little green robot, do only your closest friends know you own an Android device? Do you worry that most tech-indifferent people STILL don’t know what Android is? Do you feel left out when the water-cooler talk turns ...

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The Great Debate

Sprint has finally unveiled details about its upcoming “Instinct Q,” which we now know to be the “Moment.” Now, I pose a question. So do you go ahead and get the highly anticipated, much touted, HTC Hero, or, do you wait until the beginning of November and get the ...

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Developers Can Now Target By Carrier in Android Market

Up until recently, developers using the Android Market had the ability to target distribution of their apps by specific countries.  A recent email sent to developers indicates that they now have the freedom to select a particular wireless provider if they feel so inclined. First, we have added ...

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Gaming the “New” Android Market

One of the more well-known features of Android 1.6 (Donut) is the improved Android Market.  One of the enhancements to the content portal is the ability to sort apps by titles consideredt be “Just In”.  This is designed to bring up only the most recent apps available to users.  ...

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The Great Equalizer

HTC, Samsung, Motorola, LG, the list is growing.  Manufacturers are opening their eyes to something you and I embraced long ago, Android is the NOW mobile platform.  I’m excited to see the hardware that evolves around the best mobile platform.  Heck, I even wrote an article about what ...

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Gartner says The Future is About Green Robots

Gartner’s about page says that “Gartner, Inc. is the world’s leading information technology research and advisory company. We deliver the technology-related insights necessary for our clients to make the right decisions, every day.” Based on recent projections by Gartner ...

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Preliminary Thoughts on the Archos 5 Tablet

Here are some stream-of-consciousness thoughts on the Archos 5 Internet Tablet that arrived today at CommonsWare‘s secret mountain lair. Pros: It looks slick. The 800MHz CPU makes this device rather snappy for many operations. Flipping between settings activities and launching the Browser ...

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DoS Denied

Computerworld recently reported that two vulnerabilities in Android have been patched by Google. The issues dealt with how Android handled SMS messages as well as the API in Android’s Dalvik virtual machine. Left unpatched, an Android device was susceptible to temporary loss of ...

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