Google’s (Not So) Secret Strategy

Let’s say you’re an average 20 billion dollar company, with a sparse webpage and a search box. And since you’re swimming in money and ideas, you like dreaming up different ways to revolutionize the Internet. For instance, maybe one day you got tired of typing “Mapquest”, so you ...

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Christmas in July: This power user’s Android wishlist

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Do you wish stock Android would do a little bit more? Tired of relying on third party developers or manufacturers to add the features you feel should be standard in Android? I could not agree more. As great as Android is, there are some shortcomings in the system. Do not take me the wrong way, ...

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Thoughts…in brief: Contract, no contract, or screw it all?

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If you have read my bio, you know I am a mother, wife, writer, and low-grade tech junkie. I’m no expert when it comes to technology, but I easily learn from experiences and thoroughly enjoy listening to what others have to say.  With that in mind I was sitting in my office last week ...

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Smarten up your TV with the $50 FAVI Android SmartStick

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If you picked up a new television over the last couple of years the chances are good that you weighed the option of a “smart” TV. Thanks to HDMI and a growing assortment of add-on products, those who opted for a standard model can now smarten their TV up. One such device ...

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APPTEASERS: 15 Android games and apps you should know about (March 7)

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A weekly collection of Android apps and games you should be aware of.

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50 Android apps you must install before the world ends

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Get the most out of your Android phone or tablet with these essential apps and games.

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Android Jellybean 4.1 Announced, coming in July: Here’s what comes with it

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Finally, Google has announced Android 4.1 Jelly Bean (That’s two words, not one!) at Google I/O, with a release in July. So now, you’re thinking, what comes with it? Lets take a look: Expanded Notifications Notifications in the pull-down menu will now give out more information, and ...

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Vonage on forefront of a revolution with new mobile app [Sponsored Post]

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As much as I love Google Voice and the ability to use one account across multiple smartphones,  I can’t help but imagine a better scenario.  Since I spend most of my day connected to a Wi-Fi network, I imagine that there has to be a “better way”.  If I can text and read ...

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Sprint Nexus S 4G Ice Cream Sandwich build leaked, then removed

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Good news for all the Sprint Nexus S users: an internal Ice Cream Sandwich ROM has been leaked for the NS4G, and word on the street is that it’s the final version, and sooner or later, Sprint will officially launch the update via an OTA for the Nexus S 4G. So far, the ROM is... Read More

Samsung Galaxy Nexus [Review]

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gal·ax·y/ˈgaləksē/ Noun: A system of millions or billions of stars, together with gas and dust, held together by gravitational attraction. The galaxy of which the solar system is a part; the Milky Way.  nexus plural of nex·us (Noun) Noun: A connection or series of connections linking two or ...

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Sprint announces $99 Motorola Admiral for October 23

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Features include military ruggedness and Direct Connect.

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Samsung, Best Buy Announce $99 Nexus S for AT&T

Samsung and Best Buy Mobile have announced today that the Pure Google phone that is the Nexus S will soon be available for AT&T customers, in an exclusive retail offering.  The Android 2.3-powered handset will run subscribers a very attractive $99 with qualifying two year service agreement ...

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Sprint-Branded Galaxy S II (Within) Spied in Wild

A pair of images surfaced over the weekend showing the Sprint version of the Galaxy S II might be ready for production.  The team over at This Is My Next obtained the two pictures which confirm the Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread OS and 8-megapixel camera.  Of course, we’re also expecting a ...

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Sony-Ericsson launches XPERIA Branded Ray and Active

Pictured to the left are the two newly announced Sony-Ericsson Android devices named the Ray and the Active respectively. The Ray being the newest "luxury" model of the XPERIA line, and the Active being a rugged dust-proof and water resistant handset.

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Good Sign That the LTE Version of the XOOM is Coming Soon

Some good news for those of you who have been either waiting to buy a XOOM, or be able to trade your current device in to get the 4G upgrade from Verizon. Droid Life is reporting that they were given the image pictured to the left, talking about the LTE version of the XOOM being put into the ...

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