Absolute Software Releases Theft Recovery Suite for Android Tablets

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It doesn’t need to be stated that Android tablets are becoming increasingly popular. They’re stylish, they’re sexy (most of the time), and they’re more convenient than hauling a several pound laptop around, Win/WIN all around. Of course, with this appeal comes the threat ...

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New Slacker app for Android Tablets comes complete with great new features

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  Slacker, one of our favorite Android radio apps, is getting an overhaul today at CES. The new update has been optimized for tablets and features superior graphics and album art that’s been made for a 4G LTE network. According to Jonathan Sasse, senior VP of marketing for Slacker: Our ...

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Verizon and Motorola launch Droid Razr Maxx, Droid Razr to get a purple paint job

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Verizon and Motorola released the Droid Razr just a few months ago, praising it as the thinnest smartphone in the world (until today, that is). They’ve just announced a successor in some respects to the Razr, and they’re dubbing it the Razr Maxx. If you remember, the Maxx popped up ...

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Qualcomm’s GameCommand ready for Android Market debut

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Qualcomm has all but wrapped up work on their answer to NVIDIA’s TegraZone and expect to open the doors next week.  Dropping in the Android Market on January 10th (first day of CES), Snapdragon GameCommand will give consumers and gamers a quick way to find Snapdragon optimized, featured ...

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Verizon Buyer’s Guide

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In the hunt for a new smartphone from Verizon? Regardless of whether you’re buying your first Android or upgrading for the fourth time there’s something for everyone. And, as you might suspect, Big Red has plenty to choose from. In fact, counting variations, there are roughly two dozen models ...

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T-Mobile Buyer’s Guide

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In the hunt for a new smartphone from T-Mobile? Regardless of whether you’re buying your first Android or upgrading for the fourth time there’s something for everyone. And, as you might suspect, Ma Bell has plenty to choose from. In fact, counting variations, there are roughly two dozen models ...

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Sprint Buyer’s Guide

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In the hunt for a new smartphone from Sprint? Regardless of whether you’re buying your first Android or upgrading for the fourth time there’s something for everyone. And, as you might suspect, Ma Bell has plenty to choose from. In fact, counting variations, there are roughly two dozen models to ...

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10 of the most popular apps this week (December 12)

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Welcome back to the regular series aimed at helping Android users get more from their devices. If you’re looking for some new Android apps or games check it out: we have a handful of popular new titles to get you started. What you’ll find below are some of the hottest trending apps of the ...

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Lollipop for the Holidays: Android’s New OS

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When it comes to holiday shopping, the majority of “must have” items of the year are in the tech sector. Whether you want to tuck a LeapFrog learning tablet into your toddler’s stocking, or the newest Samsung smartphone into your own, there’s no doubt that tech is where it’s at this holiday ...

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Samsung mulling over management changes at the top

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Samsung Electronics is considering a major change with upper management according to a recent article in the Wall Street Journal.    According to the article, Samsung would move out the current CEO of the mobile division(Samsung currently has 3 co-CEO’s), J.K. Shin, while moving in the ...

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Noom Coach Integrates with Google Fit

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Since 2012, Noom Coach has been the #1 grossing health and fitness app available on Google Play. This app allows users to track their workouts and diet all in one place. Recently the developers at Noom, Inc. have updated their app with Google Fit integration. This is a huge gain for Noom Coach ...

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Google debuts all-new Messenger app for SMS and MMS on the Google Play Store

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With Lollipop fever in full-swing, Google is tossing out treats left and right. Late last night, the factory image for the Nexus 7 became available, the official roll-out for the Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 has begun today, and apps such as the Google Keyboard have been updated.. With the official ...

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Nexus Player vs Apple TV : The battle for your TV

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It’s round two for Google in the battle to get into your living room and with the failed first attempt a distant memory, the soon to be released Nexus Player will be the company’s newest weapon in this escalating war to get us onboard with streaming media. Google’s ...

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5G: 10 things we know about the next generation of mobile networks

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Speculation is flying about 5G, the fifth generation of mobile networks. Will it be accessible anywhere? Will it infinitely expand bandwidth? First the 3G connection, then the 4G revolutionized how we connect on our mobile devices. So what sort of revolution will 5G bring? Amidst milling ...

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A look at current mobile display technologies

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In the smartphone industry, the display is a large part of what makes or breaks a device. I mean, without the display how would we use a smartphone? So often when manufacturers release their device, they throw around terms like “Super AMOLED” and “Retina Display”. What ...

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