Razer announces Android TV console for fall

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Razer are creating a micro-console that will be powered by Android TV, allowing users to stream movies, music, and other apps for entertainment on the large-screen, the company announced today. Android TV was announced at Google I/O and Razer have jumped straight on the ship with their Razer ...

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Download and Install Android L’s Google Play Services version 5.0 and Google Play Store Velvet [APK]

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With the new version of Android L receiving a developer preview, it has enabled the community to un-pack the contents and extract various components from the new Android update. Having already been treated to the entire library of Android L wallpapers to download, you can now also download and ...

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Google released a promo video showing off Android “L” on various devices and situation as a part of Google I/O

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Google really had lots to say at this year’s Google I/O. We definitely expected a promo video for it and Google delivered. Video runtime is around 2 minutes and it shows most of what Google has been talking about, or better, presenting at Google I/O this year. This promo video is tracking ...

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Google announces Android One

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Google has just announced that they will release Android One for developing nations. Android One devices will be updated directly from Google just like Nexus devices. The first Android one device is coming from Micromax and will feature a 4.5 screen, FM radio, dual sim, and a SD card port. The ...

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Nexus 7 from Google Play gets 3-month All Access

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Google’s Nexus 7 (2013) may be just a month shy of turning a year old, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t still a great device. If you’ve been in the market for a new 7-inch tablet, Google is currently offering a deal for anyone who buys a new Nexus 7 from their online ...

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Sprint now offering 30 day risk-free trial of services, expanded LTE coverage, and more

Sprint, having a busy day to kick off the week, has announced the expansion of 4G LTE to another 28 markets. What’s more, the tri-band Spark service is getting three more areas of its own. While the former eclipses the 470 market threshold, the much faster Spark LTE now reaches 27 cities. ...

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Sell your broken and damaged mobile devices through the Swappa Boneyard

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Swappa, one of our favorite destinations for buying and selling smartphones, has opened up a brand new section. Called Boneyard, it’s a place for you to help get rid of your broken and damaged mobile goods. Got a water damaged device, old feature phone or something with a cracked display? ...

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Access your important stuff quicker with Nokia’s new Z Launcher [App of the Day]

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Introducing Z Launcher from Nokia Z Launcher on Vimeo. Samsung is not the only hardware maker to debut a new launcher for Android this week. Indeed, Nokia has thrown their best effort at us, introducing its new Z Launcher app. Designed with the premises of helping users more quickly get to the ...

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Parallels Access now available on the Android OS

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Parallels Access is a very popular app on iOS that allows you to run Windows and Mac apps on your iOS device. Using your PC or Mac as a server, your iOS device would be able to run desktop apps with Parallels Access, and with control your PC or Mac using your iOS device, as... Read More

Samsung Galaxy Tab S accessories gallery

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Check out some of the official accessories from Samsung for its upcoming line of Galaxy Tab S tablets.

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World Cup 2014 starts today, ready your Android and Chromecast devices

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With the World Cup starting today, you may want to tune in, but may not be close to a TV with a cable or satellite connection. Don’t fret, as this year you can tune in with your Android device with the WatchESPN app. The WatchESPN app can even stream to your Chromecast, so that’s ...

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Three sources to consider for buying unbranded Android phones

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Since day one, Google has made its wondrous Android OS to be open-source. This means that any company or person can manufacture a smartphone or device and install the platform at virtually no cost. As a result of this, many upstart companies and entrepreneurs have made their own Android ...

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Alleged list of LG G Watch specs surfaces

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As the inevitably that is Android Wear gets closer with Google I/O looming, we anxiously await any details of the upcoming smartwatches that will see Android Wear infancy support. The latest revelation comes from a leaked spec sheet of the LG G Watch, providing a glimpse of what we might expect ...

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T-Mobile unveils ‘Underground’ portal with limited-stock devices for true enthusiasts

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Are you the type of smartphone enthusiast that likes to hunt down rare and unique models? Maybe you were one of the first people on the block to have a white smartphone – back when that was tough to come by. T-Mobile knows there are plenty of folks like you so that’s why they ...

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NVIDIA Shield successor spied at FCC

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A successor to the NVIDIA Shield could soon find its way into the hands of gamers and multimedia entertainment lovers, according to new findings. A filing from the FCC for a very Shield-like device known as the P2570 has been spotted, leading many to assume the second-gen portable console is ...

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