Paranoid Android 4.1 beta released with reworked PIE controls for KitKat

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There are plenty of options when looking to run a custom ROM on your Android device and one of the most popular, besides CyanogenMod, is Paranoid Android. Official PA ROMs only support Nexus devices, so if you don’t see your device in the downloads, it’s not supported by the main ...

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T-Mobile now rolling out Android 4.4.2 update for LG G2

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A few days ago we told you that in March, LG will start rolling Android 4.4.2 update for LG G2 owners in UK, but it seems they are not the only one who will be getting blessings by LG. T-Mobile has announced that beginning March 3, they will start rolling out the update for LG... Read More

Samsung announces next-generation Chromebook 2 devices

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Samsung have today announced the launch of their Chromebook 2 devices – a new lineup of laptop running Chrome OS, available in 11.6-inches and 13.3-inches with a faux leather lid. The 13.3-inch version will feature a full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution, and both models feature Samsung’s ...

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Verizon reboots prepaid options with Allset plans

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Verizon Wireless on Monday announced a new set of prepaid plans for smartphones and more traditional feature phones. Called Allset, smartphones plans are $45 per month and include unlimited voice, text, and 500MB data. The feature phone rate plans include $35 for 500 voice, messaging, and 500MB ...

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Tip: Disable S Voice to speed up Galaxy S4 Home button response

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If you’re not a big user of the S Voice personal assistant bundled into the Samsung Galaxy S4, then disabling it from being activated using the home button could greatly speed up the response of it and make your device seem faster. We’ve already covered removing the screen ...

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Samsung Galaxy S5 versus LG Nexus 5

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The Samsung Galaxy S5, introduced at Mobile World Congress 2014, will likely go on to become one of the top-selling Android smartphones of the year. And why not? It’s the latest in Samsung’s flagship line of devices and it’s better than ever. But, how does it fare when you ...

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Flappy bird craze is still alive: 1 in 3 Games is a Flappy Bird Clone

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The original Flappy Bird game is long gone, with the developer pulling it for unknown reasons. Some speculate that it was a legal threat, whilst others state it was simply a personal action. Regardless of the reason, Flappy Bird created a shockwave through the mobile gaming industry, showing ...

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Gartner: Android is now top tablet OS

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After its dominance in the smartphone world, Google’s mobile platform now tops the tablet industry as well. According to a research conducted by Gartner last month, Android tablets reached 121 million sales, holding 61.9 percent of market share. Android-powered tablets market share grew ...

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Blackberry updating BBM to allow for larger file sharing

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If you are one of the users who are still using BBM then there’s a big update coming your way which will offer larger file sharing and new features for group chats. Bringing BBM in line with most other cross-platform messaging services, users will now be able to share photos in group ...

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HTC stopping its HTC Watch movie sales and rental service

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HTC have just announced that as of March 31st 2014, HTC will be ceasing their HTC Watch movie sales and rental store. The service had been slowly closing across a variety of countries including Spain, Italy, Sweden, Norway, the Netherlands, and Denmark, and now the United States of America, and ...

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Project Ara modular phone size and costings revealed [VIDEO]

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It’s no secret that Google is working on a modular phone which they are calling Project Ara, and attention has turned to establishing details about just how it will work. Google has scheduled a developer conference on April 15-16th in Mountain View, California to discuss the alpha version ...

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Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 review

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When you think about the things we look for in tablets, it’s always the same stuff that comes to mind. We want a light device that’s gorgeous, powerful, and lasts days on end. Some of us also have preferences in regards to storage capacities, speakers, and cameras. Seasoned Android ...

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Bay Area residents can score a Chromecast for as low as $13.33

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If you find yourself living in the San Francisco area saying, “boy, I could really go for a new Chromecast this weekend”, we’ve got a deal for you. Head over to Google’s Shopping Express website and add one to your cart. Google will shave some money off the order if this ...

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Nokia X gets rooted bringing custom ROM and Google Services

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One of the best things about Android is the customisation options available. So when the Nokia X was announced only for it to be confirmed there would be no Google services integration, developers everywhere simply took that as a challenge. Nokia still make arguably the best hardware out of all ...

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Google brings restaurant menus to search

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It’s always been a pain when you wanted to see a restaurant menu and you had to search several websites just to find it, if there even was one available. Today, Google is doing what it does best, bring added functionality to its search functionality, allowing people to see restaurant ...

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