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

The best free RSS Reader apps for Android

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Last week, I took a look at 3 of the top paid RSS reader applications for Android users. The three apps that I covered, were Press, Reader+, and Amber RSS. After much testing, I still couldn’t pick a winner between Press and Reader+. This week, I’m going to take a look at the top ...

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Fleksy keyboard launches Messenger App for Samsung Gear 2 Smartwatch

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One of our long-time favorite keyboards is making it’s way to the Gear 2. Although many would say that a wristwatch is no place for a virtual keyboard, that doesn’t stop Fleksy, one of the most innovative Android keyboard companies to date. Today they’re announcing a new ...

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IN BRIEF: 5 Android related things you might have missed (June 11)

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Welcome back to another IN BRIEF. Today were going to look at some apps, accessories, and a unique device that you may like to know more about. If you are a fan of racing games you may be interested in “DESERT RAGE” produced by developer TIMUZ. In the game you play as a desert ...

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Trove the world anew with Trover’s redesigned app

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Looking for adventure? And whatever comes your way? If you were born to be wild, Trover’s newly refreshed travel app will help you find that instant adventure. The app that lets you explore visually everywhere, has just redesigned its mobile app adding some new great features and giving ...

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Google I/O 2014: What to expect

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Now we’re in June, our attention naturally turns to the event scheduled for the 25-26th of the month, and with Google I/O 2014 only a few weeks away, what has the company got in store for us? We take a look at some of the more likely headlines that we think the rumours have been solid... ...

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Editor’s Picks: 15 of our favorite Android apps and games (May 28)

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Welcome to the Editor’s Picks, where we have filed through various apps and games in an attempt to curate a list of 15 of the best to present to you! We find it to be our duty to help you determine what is worth downloading on to your precious device, and what will just waste... Read More

Crash through buildings and zip line with a cane in Granny Smith [App of the Day]

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Debuting back in 2012, Granny Smith seemed to be one of those breakout games that would climb the app charts.  I thought the game was excellent, and I still do, but I never noticed anyone playing it and none of my friends or family asked about it.  The game has been successful, but has not ...

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Tego Power Grid review

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One thing we’ve seen while reviewing battery packs is the lack of beautiful design. That’s absolutely not the case for the Tego Power Grid, a 4,200mAh battery pack. It offers a very unique design and enough juice to power your device two times over, but is a little pricey for our ...

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