Dual-core Samsung GT-i9300 Galaxy M expected in May

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While all eyes are focused on the Galaxy SIII, it seems that it’s not the only device Samsung will be launching. A new Samsung device has been leaked by PhoneArena, and they’re calling it the Samsung GT-i9300. The device was actually leaked back in February with some minor details, ...

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Hasbro forced to share Autobots’ name with Asus Transformer Prime

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The announcement of the Asus Transformer Prime sparked a fond memory in most of us, as the name is shockingly similar to that of Transformer Optimus Prime, leader of the Autobots. As most of us expected, Hasbro did not stay quiet about this one, and filed a lawsuit against the Taiwanese ...

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HTC planning to launch iPod Touch competitor?

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Competition between Android OEMs and Apple has always been tough, and that’s not likely to change for some time. Samsung took the competition to the next level by launching the Samsung Galaxy Player 70, a media player with a dual-core processor, to go face-to-face with Apple’s iPod ...

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Evernote gets update, new features included

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Evernote has been the popular note-taking option in the electronic medium for some time, offering apps on multiple platforms and seamless syncing between them all, and plenty of other features to boot. Things like picture, audio, and web link integration make it a handy catch all for all of the ...

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Google Maps 6.5 enhanced for Android 4.0, high-res displays

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Google today released a new version of their Google Maps for Android application.  Available in the Google Play Store immediately, version 6.5 sees enhancements for both Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich devices as well as those with high-resolution displays.  Or, if the case of the Galaxy Nexus, ...

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Endomondo adds much-requested features into latest release

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Endomondo today announced a new release to their popular fitness application which introduces a number of highly-requested features.  Thanks to feedback from their active and vocal community, both free and paid versions now include multi-platform sync, full online settings, and support for Sony ...

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Epson Moverio: World’s first wearable Android display

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Available immediately, the $699 glasses project a virtual 80" display that lets you play Angry Birds!

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Rumor: Google Drive to be released “sometime during the first week of April”

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After many false alarms, Google’s cloud storage service has been coming for multiple years. The latest rumors came almost two months ago, when we found that a Dropbox-like service would be offered by the search giant. But today’s unofficial news is a bit more exciting, as it states ...

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Coby’s budget-friendly ICS tablets now shipping

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We’ve never known Coby to be a major player in the Android world, but that’s not stopping them from releasing five ICS-powered tablets. They’re all packing the same basic specs, which we’ll get to in a moment. Going from smallest to largest, there’s the 7-inch ...

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Temple Run debuts in Google Play Store

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Wildly popular for iOS (45 million downloads!), the game should do quite well for Android

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Officially licensed Phase 10 arrives in Google Play Store

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The world's second most popular card game makes its way to Android with this official version.

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Yet Another Motorola Android device leaked, looks familiar

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Recently, a Motorola device was leaked under the name Droid Fighter, which we expect will be hitting Verizon sooner or later. Now another Motorola device has been leaked out somewhere in China, and it looks a lot like the Fighter, but it’s being called the  “Blade”. Something ...

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AT&T HTC One X benchmarked, results are surprising

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If there’s an Android phone that I can’t wait to get my hands on, then it’s none other than the HTC One X. It was announced last month at MWC as a flagship device for HTC, and now some benchmark results are out proving yet again that the One X is no ordinary device. The... Read More

Android 4.0 build leaked for AT&T’s Galaxy S II Skyrocket

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Just few days ago, AT&T confirmed that an Android 4.0 update is coming for some more recent Android devices, including the Samsung Galaxy S II SkyRocket. However, AT&T didn’t tell us when they are planning to bring the update to the devices, as usual. But fret not, because if you ...

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Pair of unannounced mid-range Motorola handsets emerge in leaks

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Powered by Android 2.3 Gingerbread, the MT680 and XT760 could be international successors or siblings to the Motoluxe.

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