SLG Mobile, Inc. Announces an Upcoming Release of BeamReader for Android (PRESS RELEASE)

Fairfax, Virginia – February 9, 2009 – SLG Mobile, Inc. announced today an upcoming release of BeamReader for Android, a full fidelity (original quality) native PDF reader for the Android platform. All document rendering will be completely native to the Android device without the ...

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Ailing Sprint Needs Android Now More Than Ever

The third largest carrier in the US is hurting.  Bad.  They’re watching customers jump ship left and right and they are almost unable to do anything about it.  Even their Simply Everything plan can’t stave off the exodus, with nearly 3 million subscribers leaving this year alone. ...

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LG Unveils World’s First LTE Chipset

LG Electronics, a founding member of the Open Handset Alliance, announced today that it has independently developed the first handset chip based on Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology standards. In theory, the modem chip can support download speeds of 100Mbps with upload speeds of 50Mbps. ...

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A brief history of Android releases

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With Android 4.4 KitKat now officially outed by Google we are looking ahead to learning about the details and intricacies of the next release of the platform. We expect the build to debut with the Nexus 5 in the coming weeks, however previous Nexus products should also see the Hershey-inspired ...

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Google Maps Navigation Navigates To Canada

Oh ya, it’s true. If “YOU ARE CANADIAN!”, then you now have access to Google Maps Navigation. Google Maps Navigation is a free turn-by-turn navigation service which was released with the Motorola Droid last year in October and has since become available to all devices running ...

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Rogers Social View – What’s In A Name

Most recent Canadian Mobile news has rumoured a new service called Social View from Rogers Wireless. Up until now, no one could figure out what it was, although we all could safely assume it had something to do with amalgamation of social networking services. Here is the official description: a ...

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Mystique – Android’s Most Horrifying Puzzle

Mystique is a 3D RPG puzzle game that is available in 3 versions on the Android Market. I have seen this game in the Featured Apps section hundreds of times and only today was I curious enough to want to download it. On my brand new Nexus One this game blew me away. The 3D... Read More

Reader Feedback: What Phone Are You Most Excited About?

In preparation for tonight’s show, we’d like to get your feedback regarding upcoming Android phones. Of all the handsets rumored or expected, which excites you most… and why?

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More HTC Fiesta Details – AT&T Bound?

CellPassion is getting pretty good at digging up details surrounding upcoming Android phones.  Last time it was the LG Eve – this time it’s the HTC Fiesta.  We first reported a little rumbling back in April, but today we’re back with more information to pass along. The specs ...

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Avast Battery Saver promises to extend Android battery life by 7 hours

Mobile World Congress, Barcelona, Spain, March 3, 2015 – Avast Software, maker of the most trusted mobile and PC security in the world, today announced the availability of Avast Battery Saver, the first intelligent battery-saver app for Android that increases battery life, on average, by 7 ...

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7 reasons why your next smartphone should be from Samsung

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I’ve been fortunate and used almost all of the Android flagships from last year.  What that means is I’ve been able to test features for myself, rather than going on the words of other writers.  I also can say I paid for every single device I used, and all of them were brand new.  They... ...

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Crabby Digital microUSB cable review

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Today our phones are integral to our daily lives, however battery life can be a problem for a lot of us.  No matter if you use your phone for work, school or other things you can find your phone dead before the day is out.  Battery tech is improving, but still has a ways to... Read More

Micromax Yu Yureka review: A new benchmark for budget smartphones?

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This phone has been making waves since the day its specifications were leaked. Running on the much talked about CyanogenMod OS, Micromax’s budget smartphone comes packed with hardware that can send many mid-rangers running for cover. But is the performance of the Yu Yureka worth its hype, let’s ...

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6 reasons your next phone should be from OnePlus

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We are approaching the dawn of a new wave of flagship phones from major manufacturers around the world, and there’s no better time to be looking for a brand new smartphone. Samsung is already hyping everybody up for their Galaxy S6, HTC is preparing to pull the curtains on its next One ...

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T-Mobile users can track Android updates with new website

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T-Mobile customers worried about receiving the latest version of Android can now track the status in an official capacity. A newly launched Software Updates page helps subscribers pin down the update for their respective device. Broken into three categories, the tool lets interested parties see ...

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