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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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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Android 5.0 Lollipop Upgrade Watch

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Wednesday was a big day in the Android world, as Google announced the biggest update to Android ever: Android 5.0 Lollipop. While this is great news for Android enthusiasts, the bad news is this update still has to go through all the phone manufacturers, and even then the carriers before it ...

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The Breathometer Breeze is the industry’s first wearable breathalyzer

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There are plenty of personal breathalyzers out there, but how many can connect to your phone via Bluetooth? How many of them can be clipped on to your clothes, out of sight, so you never lose it? Breathometer’s new Bluetooth-enabled Breeze aims to fix those problems for you, all while ...

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Reviewing Android Kit Kat 4.4.4 for Samsung Galaxy S3 4G (GT-I9305)

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The Galaxy S3 was arguably the best phone of 2012 – it was the first smartphone to have a quad-core SoC, and the 4G variant bumped up the normal Galaxy S3 from 1GB of RAM to 2GB. Yesterday, Samsung finally started to push out the Kit Kat update for the Galaxy S3 4G, mainly in Nordic... ...

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Are the glory days over for Samsung? Shares hit two-year low

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Remember how good things were for Samsung two years ago? Just about everywhere you turned it seemed someone was talking about the Galaxy S3. The worm had turned and people were considering something other than the iPhone.  Fast forward to mid-2014 and we’re looking at a different ...

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Is the new iPhone a threat to Android?

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Every year, when Apple introduce their new iPhone to the world, everyone is asking the same question – Is it good enough to be a threat to Android? It’s one of the most complicated questions, but the answer to it in simple way is that Apple iOS 8 or even the new iPhone 6 and... Read More

Developers deserve the ultimate Nexus phone

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Each annual Nexus phone gives us a refreshed software experience that us Android nerds crave, but the amazing software isn’t usually backed up by the most amazing hardware. Each phone seems to bring us one or two really high-end hardware features, but then sacrifice something important. I ...

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LG annual sales to hit 60 million smartphones worldwide

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When it comes to Android, people often end up thinking about smartphones from Samsung, but there’s another big Asian manufacturer that we are missing. 2014 was probably the best year for LG so far, as it is reported by Kiwoom Securities and Korea Investment that LG is expected to ...

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How I Android (mid-2014)

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The beauty of Android is in the ability to customize it, do whatever you like and use it as such. In other words you’re not nearly as limited as you are in other mobile platforms. Of course there are some limitations on Android as well, but even those disappear once you root the device. ...

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Enable Android screen mirroring to Chromecast on your rooted device

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Google just flipped the switch to allow Android screen mirroring to Chomecast for a few devices, but if you don’t have one currently supported, you’ve been pretty much out of luck. Thanks to r3pwn over at XDA Developers forum, through an experimental app, you can now enable the beta ...

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Netgear ReadyNAS RN102 review

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As someone who spends much of his day working from the Chrome OS, I have become a huge fan of clouds. Be it Dropbox, Google Drive, or something else, I am quite fond of being able to access my files from wherever I happen to be. I recently spent time with the Netgear ReadyNAS RN102,... Read More