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    Facebook’s Nearby Friends announced for mobile
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    • 17 Apr, 2014

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    Facebook on Thursday announced a new feature that will allow mobile device users to share ...

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    Sony schedules multiple Xperia Z models for 4.4.2 updates
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    • 17 Apr, 2014

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    Sony expects to deliver Android 4.4.2 updates to a number of Xperia Z devices in May, according ...

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    Google dangles $100k carrot for Project Ara developers
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    • 17 Apr, 2014

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    Project Ara, Google’s modular smartphone endeavor, will be here before you know it. Just ...

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    Looking for the longest lasting battery experience for your smartphone? Here’s the top devices

    A smartphone that doesn’t last a day in the 21st century isn’t a smartphone worth ...

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    Toshiba envisions Project Ara as wearables, too
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    • 17 Apr, 2014

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    There’s no denying that Project Ara is an exciting project and one that will undoubtedly change ...

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LG Shows Off GW620 – Plenty of Pictures and Video to Go ‘Round

We’re finally learning a little bit more in terms of what LG is doing with Android.  The fellas at Le Journal du Geek (translated) were in attendance at a show where LG was showing off the GW620 handset.  Thankfully for us, they were able to film a few minutes with the phone. ...

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Why Cyanogate Was an Epic Win for Android Fans

I was waiting for something like this to pop.  It really was only a matter of time before Google decided to clamp down in some way on the whole modding scene.  While it was not a huge ban hammer like Apple does with jail-breaking on it’s platform, it certainly was enough to send out ...

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10 Things I Love About You (and Why)

Here is a list of the apps I tend to use on a near-daily basis and why.

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Hey G1ers…Don’t Wait – Grab Donut For Yourself!

For those of you out there waiting on Android 1.6 (Donut) to arrive on your G1′s, we have but one word for you… STOP.  Forget waiting on the man, take that pastry for yourself!  A direct link to the updated release has been sent our way. Here’s the tricky part.  We’re ...

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Vringo Brings Social Caller Id & Video Ringtones to Android

Vringo, the “next-generation ringtone pioneer,” has announced the beta release of their social caller ID and video ringtone app.  As the first and only app of its kind, Vringo allows users find, create and share video ringtones with their Android handsets. In this era of ...

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Acer Seeing the Light, Shifting Focus to Android

After jumping into the handset game earlier this year with Windows Mobile, Acer looks to be changing their game plan a bit.  DigiTimes is reporting that Acer’s development strategy will see them putting Android on at least half of their 2010 models. At least, that is what “industry ...

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A Day in the “Android” Life

“Woke up, fell out of bed, dragged a comb across my head” - Lennon/McCartney With apologies to the Beatles (and with the sincere hope that their team of lawyers have no issue with me adding “Android” to the title of the final track on the Sgt. Pepper album) I set out today to discover ...

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LG-GW620 available early November in France

LG announced the GW620 early in September without carrier specific information.  Today we’re learning it is going to be released in France in early November. The price for the unlocked version will be around €450.00 ($660 USD).  It’s a bit expensive compared to other devices ...

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I Really Want a Swiss Army Phone

This article is a guest-blogger response to a previously posted opinion piece entitled “Do I Really Want a Swiss Army Phone?” written by one of our staff members. Not that many years ago, when I went on business trips I used to carry a whole host of devices. Cell phone, media ...

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New Mobile Search Features from Google

Google rolled out a couple of handy new features on its mobile-optimized site late yesterday, making it easier to access search results on your phone that you generated previously on your desktop or laptop. The first is Local Search for Mobile. When you visit Google on your phone and tap the ...

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Geeks’Phone Gets Overhaul, Full Hardware Details

GeeksPhone, or as we refer to them, “the little start-up that could,” has retooled their Android handset and announced the official hardware specifications of the “ONE.” What was once considered “just another Android wanna-be” has evolved into a device worthy ...

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Me, Myself, and Android

This past week I submitted an article on the highs and lows of traveling with Android so from a suggestion for the AndroidGuys editor-in-chief, we have decided to make this a regular editorial.  So why write a column that sounds so obvious for a mobile operating system?  Because we can all  ...

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First Look at NFL Mobile Live for HTC Hero

Wanna see what you prospective HTC Hero owners have to look forward to?  I’ve been using the phone for the better part of a week now and have  found the NFL Mobile App to be a lot more involved and feature-rich than I expected.  It has mass appeal -  From casual football fans down ...

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Are We on Eve of Donut Rollout?

You smell that?  We’re beginning to detect a hint of donut essence.  We get the feeling that we’re going to be seeing the 1.6 rollout any day now. We received an email from one of our readers pointing out a recent update to the T-Mobile MyAccount application.  He noticed that the ...

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Motorola (Tao) Sholes in the Wild [UPDATED]

New images have emerged showing the Motorola Tao (Sholes) running around somewhere in Georgia.  The pictures don’t do the handset justice as most of them are focused on the screen’s images and not the phone.  We can tell from the pictures that it has Android 1.6 (or higher) by the ...

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