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Samsung today announced that select models of their Galaxy smartphones will come with 90-day licenses of Norton Mobile Security. Available as full-featured sample of the standalone client, the app protects
TurboTax today announced that they have released the ‘first and only native tax app’ coded with Android tablets in mind. Available immediately in the Android Market as a free download,
Although pricing and carriers were not part of the announcement, we are expecting Gingerbread on the cheap.
Today is a monumental day for Android developers as Google announced a pretty tasty treat last night. Google has increased application size limits to 4GB each, up considerably from 50MB.
Qualcomm today announced that four new titles are joining their Snapdragon GamePack. Designed as a bundle of games optimized for the Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset, the collection has grown to more
It’s not the first time we’ve heard whispers about the supposed Google Nexus tablet. Recently, we heard that Google is cooking up a 7-Inch tablet that’ll run ICS and will be a proud
A long time ago, when Android was a newborn baby and was growing rapidly, HTC launched their very own user interface, Sense UI to run along with Android. First launched
Samsung today announced a successor to last year’s Galaxy Player 50 personal media player, unveiling the dual-core Galaxy Player 70 Plus. Arriving as the company’s first media player to boast
If you’re like me, you use your device heavily, which tends to drain the battery. Extended batteries are always an option, but they typically add noticeable thickness to a device.
After what started out as an exclusive relationship between HTC and T-Mobile USA, the myTouch series has evolved to include LG. Looking ahead a bit it appears that Huawei is
Developers have new tools to take advantage of Beats Audio, lockscreen intregration, and more.
Word on the street today is that Samsung’s much-anticipated Galaxy S III is slated for a March announcement followed by an April launch. The news of this comes from ZDNet Korea who
OnLive released a new Android application into the market today which should appeal to business users and students alike. Called OnLive Desktop, it’s premise that somewhat resembles their gaming app
Skitch, the recently acquired Evernote property, just keeps getting better with each incremental Android update. This week’s release sees the ability to mark up maps with notes, arrows, pins, and