My week with Swype: the end of my search for the perfect keyboard

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I remember when Swype was the biggest thing to hit the market. Everyone was so used to simple single-letter typing that the concept blew us all away at first. Swype was a closed beta for awhile, and everyone scrambled to sign up for it. Even when it was released to the public, Swype was a... ...

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Eldar Murtazin: GSIII design finalized, everyone wants a piece of the pie

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With all the rumors about the next flagship member of Samsung’s popular Galaxy line, the lines between reality and fantasy, at times, become blurred as our desire for something bigger, faster, and more powerful outweighs any thought of overall practicality. But according to Eldar ...

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Google+ Hangouts gain Docs integration, business users rejoice

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Google’s Hangouts feature on Google+ has been much lauded, bringing the first video conference integration with social networking (Facebook jumped on the bandwagon soon after, of course). The service has been used by celebrities to talk to fans, business users to collaborate, and friends ...

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Sprint Galaxy Nexus confirmed for April 15th?

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The guys over at S4Gru.com say they have Sprint sources that confirm the release of the Sprint Galaxy Nexus to be on April 15th, which is a Sunday. Sources are reporting that it’s unlikely the device would actually be released on a Sunday, but it’s more likely that we’ll see a ...

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MetroPCS and ZTE announce Score M, obviously not aiming for powerhouse

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ZTE and MetroPCS are poised to launch the ZTE Score M. The device will be the regional carrier’s first ZTE Android device, and will come with some low-end specs that include Gingerbread, a 3.2MP rear camera, 3.5-inch HVGA TFT screen, 600 MHz processor, 4GB of internal memory, MicroSD ...

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How young is too young for an Android phone? #androidfeedback

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We’re going to go out on a limb and assume that most of you readers already own at least one Android device.  Be it a smartphone, tablet, or both, we’re willing to bet that you’ve got something in your pocket or on the desk, right now.  Chances are that some of you are reading ...

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New Samsung Galaxy trademarks hint at upcoming device names

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Our interest is piqued with names like Galaxy Thunder, Galaxy Accelerate, and Galaxy Express.

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Dual-core Nexus tablet reportedly $149, ready to go

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New details have emerged for the ‘is-it-real-or-not’ Nexus tablet which add weight to the argument that it’s actually happening.  According to a “senior employee at a supply chain company” the tablet is already finished up and ready to roll.  Given that rumors have ...

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EA Sports drops FIFA 12, NBA Jam into Google Play Store

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Basketball and football (soccer) fans brace yourself, EA Sports has hit us with a 1-2 punch this week, releasing FIFA 12 and NBA Jam in the Google Play Store.  While some of you may be too young to remember sitting around a Super Nintendo to play the basketball game, we ...

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Get inspired and motivated with official TED Talks app for Android

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The official TED Talks application recently arrived in the Google Play store, giving users an easy way to catch their favorite speeches and ideas.  Available for free on both smartphone and tablet, TED provides both audio and video formats of more than 1,100 of the most inspiring talks ...

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Amazon celebrates Appstore anniversary with discounts and free Kindle Fire tablets

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One year and 31,000 titles later, Amazon has become one of the trusted sources for Android apps and games.

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Archos G10 xs series ready to compete on price and hardware

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With a super-thin design, low price, and keyboard dock, Archos is ready to be taken seriously.

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Google Earth update adds real time flights, earthquakes, and more

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The official Google Earth application was updated today and it’s quite a fun one to play with.  If you have not tried out Google Earth on your Android yet be sure to start with this 6.2 version.  Not only do you get all the great stuff that you’ve come to expect to out of the... Read More

Earn coupons, rewards, buy Blurays and more with Fox Movie Mall

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A new application recently landed in the Google Play store which lets users scan billboards, 2D/QR barcodes, or snap pictures to learn more about movies and shows by Fox.   Called Fox Movie Mall, the app works with interactive ads and images and essentially opens the door to all things Fox. ...

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Office Depot now offering $199 Lenovo IdeaPad Tablet A1

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Office Depot has grown their Android tablet lineup by at least one more this week, adding the Lenovo IdeaPad Tablet A1 to the roster.  Available online and in stores around the country, the Android 2.3 Gingerbread tablet sells with a $199.99 retail price.  Features include a 7-inch ...

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