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These were your favorite apps for 2015

It’s already the beginning of a brand new year, and we’re excited to see what 2016 has in store for us. Last year, 2015, was an eventful year in the Android

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What if the iPhone ran Android, and Google didn’t allow iOS users to use Google Search, Gmail and YouTube?

I finally got back to San Diego, after a ten day holiday vacation with my family. I had a great time celebrating and feasting with the ones I love. Being

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Google will not use Java APIs in Android N

Google has announced that it will move away from Java application programming interfaces (APIs) in favor of OpenJDK from Android N onwards. It is noteworthy that OpenJDK is an open-source version of Oracle’s Java

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Get these 36 Android games at a great price

It’s Christmas time, and it is no surprise to see a whole truck-load of apps and games go on discount in the Play Store. In fact, here’s a list including

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Force Awakens edition of Droid Turbo 2 hits shelves today

Verizon has always had a close relationship with Lucasfilm – the name of their famed DROID series of smartphones has been licensed from them since the original Motorola DROID was

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[Update: It’s Back!]Cricket offers $100 credit for switchers in Black Friday deal

This morning Cricket Wireless announced their Black Friday deals for this year and one of them in particular is a doozy! Customers who bring their number to Cricket anytime between now

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BlueStacks 2.0 is launching: What you need to know

Mobile company BlueStacks yesterday announced a new iteration of their popular Android Emulator “BlueStacks 2”. After hitting multiple major milestones with the original version, the platform has now counted 109 million

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Verizon offering “free 2GB for life” to XL and XXL subscribers

Verizon isn’t usually known for being very generous with their data but lately they have been doling it out like it’s month-old Halloween candy. Today they announced that customers who

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Android Pay: What is it and how to use it

Just a couple of months ago Google rolled out Android Pay which is a simple and secure way to make payments in a store and within apps. It really did

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A very cool review of the verykool Jet SL5009

A while back I wrote an article about Why low to mid level phones are the “Next Big Thing”. I recently received an entry-level phone from a company named verykool. In

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Is Android fragmentation really a problem?

Ever since the early days of Android, one of the biggest arguments against it has been fragmentation. I don’t think anyone can argue that fragmentation doesn’t exist, but the question

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Pre-orders for Nexus 5X may begin October 13th

Another day, another Nexus rumor – this time it’s about when the world can finally do something to get their hands on the Nexus 5X as it’s known. That’s not

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1byone portable stereo turntable (review)

With today’s technology we all have access to music pretty much anywhere we go, from our cars, computers, tablets and smartphones. With Google Play Music, Pandora, and the likes, we

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Niantic Labs, makers of Ingress, being spun off into an independent company

Niantic Labs, the division behind the super popular augmented reality game Ingress will be spun off into a new company. They’re currently a division within Google but will soon become independent

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Get your Android Bugdroid fix with these wallpapers

Google’s official mascot doesn’t have a real name but is commonly referred to as Bugdroid by the folks over at Google.   I’ve gathered a bunch of wallpapers for you