Messenger is introduced while Hangouts is hanging on

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When new devices are officially announced, the Android fans go wild. It doesn’t matter which manufacturer they like the most, or what they can afford. Any device announcement is met with open and embracing arms. While most enthusiasts just look at the form of the device, there are those ...

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Smartphones in one year: Project Ara (Opinion)

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Smartphones have come a long way since their inception; though the idea of a portable device with internet connectivity and calling features has been around since the 1980s, it was not well received until 2006, with Blackberry’s new devices such as the Curve and Pearl. It revolutionised ...

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The Breathometer Breeze is the industry’s first wearable breathalyzer

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There are plenty of personal breathalyzers out there, but how many can connect to your phone via Bluetooth? How many of them can be clipped on to your clothes, out of sight, so you never lose it? Breathometer’s new Bluetooth-enabled Breeze aims to fix those problems for you, all while ...

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The verykool SL5000 is a steal at $229

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Looking for a cheap replacement for your broken cell? Perhaps you just need a device that won’t break the bank for your tweens. Hot on the review I did just a few weeks ago on the S505 Spark, verykool has just released their first 4G LTE device called the verykool SL5000. Before I get ...

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Race as your favorite characters in Cars: Fast as Lightning

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Ever wanted to play a Cars racing game with your favorite characters, all while building your own Radiator Springs? Well, now you can with Disney – Pixar’s newest game. Race as 20 different characters, change your paint job, and add loops, straightaways, and lightning-fast turns to ...

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Google+ are adding the ability to add polls to your posts

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It seems Google has been listening to the community and are in the process of adding a long asked for feature to Google+. Finally users will be able to add polls to their posts, meaning you no longer have to link to an external poll site to gauge your friends’ opinion on important ...

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HTC streches beyond smartphones with $200 RE Camera

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New camera signals a wider move to embrace the Android and iOS platforms As part of yesterday’s announcement of the Desire EYE, HTC also introduced its portable camera, the RE Camera. Sporting a form factor that closely resembles an asthma inhaler and periscope hybrid, the device features ...

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Super BoxMan App Review

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Super BoxMan is a game from BigMoth Studios that puts you as a small box that has to dodge walls that come down at you from above by moving left and right across the screen to make it through the space in the walls. A good concept with an addictive quality, unfortunately there are a... Read More

Facebook now lets you put a Like button in your app

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A huge number of people who visit Facebook are on a smartphone or tablet, using the official Facebook app. Because of the quantity of people using the mobile versions, it would be crazy of Facebook not to enable the “Like” button on mobile applications. That’s why ...

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The Elite Android Hacker Bundle: Lifetime access to developer mastery courses 92% off [Deal of the Day]

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With its rapid proliferation and global popularity, most developers would be wise to add Android programming to their repertoire. Considering the time and financial constraints of everyday life, not everyone has access to the resources necessary to develop an expertise in the craft. The Elite ...

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Leaks point towards a 5.5″ Samsung Galaxy A7

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For those of you looking for premium build on a mid-range device, the Samsung Galaxy Alpha was probably music to your ears. However, for some people 4.7″ is not a big enough screen size. It appears that Samsung is coming to the rescue for those users thanks to a new leak from SamMobile. ...

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Popular podcast app Pocket Casts is headed to the browser

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Shifty Jelly, the developer of the Podcast app Pocket Casts, had a surprise on Twitter last night. The company is finally bringing the app to desktop browsers. We will soon have access to all of our favorite podcasts on all of our devices. This app was recently featured on our sister site, ...

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Get 30GB free OneDrive storage in limited time promotion

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Recently, we have seen cloud storage costs dropping significantly, and it has become extremely affordable. However, companies are still increasing the amount of free storage they are offering, and Microsoft has joined in. A post on the OneDrive blog explains that Microsoft is giving away 30GB ...

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Findery now on Android to Help Travelers Discover the World Around Them

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For the folks who love to travel and explore, this news is for you. Discovery service Findery has officially launched their Android app, making “the Findery family” complete. Starting on the web, then launching an app on iOS in March, Android users now have access from their ...

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PayPal’s Here credit card reader finally works on Android tablets

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PayPal has long been one of the most popular ways to make and receive payments on Android, but with one major drawback. The PayPal Here, PayPal’s mobile card reader, has never been compatible with Android tablets, for some reason. Today is the day that it changes! With the Android app ...

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