SugarSync includes video syncing in latest update

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When it comes to preserving those cherished photos and videos taken with your phone, your best bet is always going to be backing up them up in some fashion, and your computer is typically going to be the safest choice, what with the account-hacking paparazzi and all. Still, the steps and time ...

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Sony Ericsson teases us with pending handset announcement

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It seems that Sony Ericsson is teasing us with something identical to the Xperia Arc, as you can see from the photo, on which the caption read ”just a few more days until we can reveal some interesting news.” So we’ll no doubt know what this device is by CES. This could be one ...

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Pantech to release sub $300 waterproof Pantech Tablet next week

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Some exciting news for AT&T customers that we can’t wait to get our hands on as well. We’ve just learned from BGR about the announcement of the Pantech Element, which should be released on January 8th at $299.99 with a 2 year LTE data contract, or $449.99 without a contract. As ...

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Google: Gingerbread leads all Android versions at 55.5% as Ice Cream Sandwich scratches surface

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Android 4.0 has started to make a dent in the platform versions chart, but Gingerbread leads all.

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LG Quietly releases Optimus 2

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LG has pulled a fast one on us. Just a week before CES in Las Vegas, they’ve slipper the Optimus 2 (AS680) under the radar with a discreet launch. The Optimus successor will be packing: 3.2″ capacitive display 800MHz processor Video Recording and Playback 1,500 mAh battery Android ...

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Intel partners with LG, Intel-powered phones coming in March

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Intel is finally going to start mass producing chips for the mobile phone market. The chips are set to be out in some LG phones in March of 2012 at the earliest. Intel is said to be gearing up for a major marketing campaign for the new processors as it competes with more established (in... Read More

Clockwork Mod developing a wired tether app for Android

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ClockWork Mod, well known for CWM Recovery on rooted devices, now has a wired tether app in the alpha stages. Most tethering apps require root, or for users to pay carriers for such a service. Clockwork Mod Tether works on unrooted Android phones, and uses a hard-to-detect method along with ...

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LG Revolution, Droid 3, and all Verizon 4G hotspots to be discontinued this month?

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There’s some end-of life rumors floating around the internet today, and one of them has us concerned. The list of devices is: Motorola Droid 3 LG Revolution All Verizon 4G hotspots While the news of the LG revolution and hotspots don’t concern us all to much (The Revolution is part ...

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INQ Mobile scraps plans for Facebook-heavy Cloud Q

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INQ Mobile, after a less-than-stellar year, has decided to shelve the upcoming and unofficial Facebook phone, the Cloud Q.  The handset which made its debut all the way back in February 2011 was set to run Android 2.2 and feature a 2.6-inch display and a QWERTY keyboard. Electricpig has learned ...

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All Things D interviews Motorola’s Christy Wyatt on their upcoming plans for Android

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Back in December, All Things D had the opportunity to sit down with Christy Wyatt, corporate vice president and general manager for mobile devices at Motorola. They discussed how Motorola plans to stand out from the rest of the manufacturers involved with Android in 2012 and beyond. Christy ...

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T-Mobile to hold “New Year, New Phone Sale” this weekend

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The carrier kicks off the new year with a return to one of their more popular sales.

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Sony Tablet S drops to $399

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Sony’s Tablet S, which never saw a lot of marketing to begin with, has just been cut by $100, so the 16GB model can now be had for just $399 (previously $499). The 32GB model was also reduced, and is available for $499 (previously $599). This follows Sony’s “temporary” ...

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Swype updated, now includes Dragon Dictation

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Swype Beta has been updated, and the new version brings Nuance’s popular Dragon Dictation to the already revolutionary keyboard. Dragon Dictation has been incorporated into other Android keyboards in the past, such as FlexT9. Swype’s intuitive context word choices are working to ...

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AT&T poised to offer 4.55-inch Sony Ericsson LT28at

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The details are starting to fall into place for one of Sony Ericsson’s next U.S.-bound Android smartphones, the LT28at.  A listing on the Bluetooth SIG website has shed some new light on what may ultimately be one of AT&T’s top devices in the first half of 2012.  Specifications ...

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Sprint deploys Honeycomb update to Evo View 4G

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Android 3.2 comes to the U.S. edition of HTC's first Android tablet.

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