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    Search in private on your Android with Disconnect Search [App of the Day]

    Sometimes it’s nice to be off the grid for awhile. What if you need to look something up, ...

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    Kill time with Shuttle Up

    Looking for a new game to pass time? Shuttle Up is an addictive, tricky game that lets players ...

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    HiRise Muzei brings high resolution images of Mars to your wallpaper [App of the Day]

    Explore Mars, one giant image at a time. In case you haven’t heard. we told you that ...

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    CLIFFHANGER keeps you up to date with your favorite TV shows [App of the Day]

    If you are looking for a TV show tracker that is as elegant as it is useful,  look no further ...

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    MTV Artists connects you to your favorite music artists [App of the Day]

    For a while now it would seem that MTV as a TV channel has all but lost its ties to music ...

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8 things I love about the Nexus 5 & Android 4.4

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Last Thursday, Google announced the LG Nexus 5. I ordered one for myself, and I have some thoughts on some of the key features that Google put into this phone. Sometimes it’s difficult to understand just how much you would use some of these features, especially when you don’t know ...

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LG G2 Review

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Over the last year, we have seen Samsung dominating the Android market with their Galaxy line-up. Just about every other cell phone manufacturer has been sitting back, taking notes, and developing what they think will the “next big thing”. Motorola has since pushed out their flagship, the Moto ...

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Lenovo IdeaTab A1000 tablet review

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Lenovo is one of those interesting hardware makers in that they’ve quietly made plenty of Android devices over the year. I say quietly because it’s very rare that you see one of their tablets in the real world, especially in the United States. This goes doubly for smartphones. As to ...

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16 stray observations about the Moto X

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24 hours in, we share our initial impressions of our custom-designed Moto X.

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Samsung Chromebook review (Series 3)

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As a blogger, I simply love the idea of the Chrome OS, be it in the form of a Chromebook or Chromebox. I’ve spent the better part of the last two years getting more intimately acquainted with the platform and can now work days on end without sitting down at a traditional PC. Starting a... ...

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Moto X Review: Do Specs Matter?

As phones progress, it seems all device manufacturers seem to care about are specs; Processors, RAM, ROM, all words somewhat foreign to the average consumer. But Motorola has a different way of approaching the market, in a world of specs, Motorola is aiming to wow users with features and ...

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Samsung Galaxy S4 review (video)

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  Samsung captivated and fascinated the world with the epic Galaxy S3. With over 40 million units sold, it’s clear that they did something right. Samsung learned that combining high-end hardware and custom software really helps to make a phone successful. Following the success of the ...

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Pantech Marauder review

What we liked:  Its budget-friendly price and software touches make this a great option for first-time smartphone buyers. Room for Improvement: The overall design is thicker and more chunky than others and its keyboard proves to be difficult on occasion.  Might have tough time against ...

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Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE Review

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Samsung has been on a huge roll as of late, and they’re looking to continue that with the Galaxy Victory 4G LTE. The Victory is available at a Sprint store near you for the low price of $99.99 (after $50 mail-in rebate) for new and upgrading customers. While it does boast some decent ...

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X Tablet review

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What we liked:  The stock Android 4.0 experience is always nice as it keeps us from too much bloatware or extra software touches that sometimes get in the way of seasoned users.  The HDMI port, microSD expansion, dual cameras, and pair of mini USB ports should be enough to keep developers or ...

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Samsung Galaxy S III review (Sponsored Post)

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What we liked: The Samsung Galaxy S III is heavy on hardware, but even heavier on experience. The leading-edge specs easily put it at the top of the Android mountain, however its the personal touches that will see this phone selling like hotcakes. Room for improvement: A little slipperier than ...

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Motorola Photon Q 4G LTE review

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When Android first broke onto the main scene with the G1, QWERTY keyboards were all the rage. Device after device was released with a physical keyboard for several years, some good and some bad (cough Moto Backflip cough). We’ve seen a trend over the last year or two, in which QWERTY ...

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iLuv MobiAir review

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We’re undoubtedly swimming in accessories these days and as an Android user, the options are practically endless. Between Bluetooth speakers, Bluetooth headphones, wired speakers, and wired headphones, it’s often difficult to know what’s worth your time and what isn’t. ...

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Review: Motorola Atrix HD

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Motorola is rarely a slouch when it comes to mobile devices. Whether it’s phones or Bluetooths, they typically try to innovate and think outside the box a little, even if those gambles don’t always succeed. The big M (now officially part of the big G) was gracious enough to ship us ...

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Archos 101XS review

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What we liked:  Super thin, lightweight, and sexy in white, the Archos 101XS looks beautiful and feels solid in hand.  It’s the best effort from the company yet and the optional accessories add to the value.  We’re also glad to see the Coverboard included in the box.  Bonus points ...

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