HTC announces flagship device for 2013, the HTC One

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HTC today officially announced the new flagship Android experience for 2013, unveiling the HTC One. The specs are pretty much everything we’ve seen leaked on the internet over the last few months; nary a surprise for those watching the Android space closely. Details include Android 4.1.2 ...

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NVIDIA announces Tegra 4i processor with integrated LTE, i500 LTE modem

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Today, NVIDIA has announced their newest hardware, the Tegra 4i processor with LTE integrated on-board, as well as some specifics for their i500 LTE modem. The project was formerly known as Project Grey. The Tegra 4i is said to bring to the table the highest performance of any single chip CPU ...

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Samsung announces Wi-Fi version of GALAXY Camera

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Samsung today announced a Wi-Fi version of the Samsung Galaxy Camera will be offered in the coming weeks. Stopping short of giving a price or exact launch time frame, the hardware maker indicates that the camera is the exact same as the 3G/4G model. This means the same Android 4.1 Jelly Bean ...

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Factory Android 4.2.2 images now available for Nexus devices

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Been dying for that update to Android 4.2.2? Over at Google Developers, they’ve released the factory images for: Nexus 4 Nexus 7 (Wfi and 3G) Nexus 10 GSM Galaxy Nexus (yakju and takju only) The images, as always, flash everything back to stock, vanilla Android, so be aware of that fact. ...

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Archos introduces wallet-friendly trio of ‘Platinum’ Android tablets

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Archos today introduced a threesome of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean tablet known as the Platinum series. Available in 8-inch, 9.7-inch and 11.6-inch options, each comes with high definition IPS displays, quad-core processors, and 2GB RAM. Additional details include front-HDMI, microSD ports, Google ...

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Google introduces Nexus 4 store locator

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In the market for a new Android smartphone but really need the “Pure Google” experience? Have you thought about picking up a Nexus 4 from the Google Play Store?  Oh, you want to see it in person and play with a demo first?  No problem, just check out the new Nexus 4 store locator, ...

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Fitbit Android app will now sync in real time with select Samsung devices

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Fitbit has updated its Android activity tracking app for Android, adding in a major new feature for select Samsung devices.  Available immediately, the new app connects via Bluetooth 4.0 (the first for Android) and can sync real time with the Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II. With additional ...

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Samsung’s ‘Project J’ may be a series of 3 new devices

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While it’s been known for awhile the Project J is a Samsung thing, the rumors were that it was the codename for the Galaxy S IV. However, once that name was actually revelaed as Altius, the rumor mill went quiet on project J – until now. While details are still being thrown around, ...

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Android 4.2.2 update rolling out for Nexus 7, 10, and GSM Galaxy Nexus devices

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If you’ve got one of the more recent Nexus devices, chances are you’ll want to hit up the update menu in your settings. The rollout for 4.2.2 to Nexus 10, Nexus 7, and GSM Galaxy nexus phones has started. While the update doesn’t seem to include the Nexus 4 (strangely), we can ...

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HTC One press render surfaces

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The first press render of the HTC One has surfaced roughly one week ahead of the formal unveiling. The source of the image, Unwired View (@evleaks) has nothing to add to the story at this time, simply giving us the photo. Perhaps this is because we pretty much know everything there is to expect ...

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Amazon announces ‘Amazon Coins’ virtual currency

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Amazon today announced a new virtual currency, Amazon Coins, to be used for purchasing apps, games or other in-app items on Kindle Fire.  Set to arrive in May, Amazon Coins are touted as an easy way for Kindle Fire customers to spend revenue on apps in the Amazon Appstore.  Once enabled, the ...

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Temple Run 2 races to 50 million installs in under two weeks

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The endless runner has become the fastest game to hit 50 million installs, outpacing Angry Birds Space.

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Android 4.2.1 now pushing to Sprint Galaxy Nexus devices

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If you’ve got a Sprint Galaxy Nexus, you might want to run it through an update check. The latest update,  JRO03U.L700GA02), is pushing out, and it includes: Redesigned camera interface and new Photo Sphere feature (a 360-degree panorama mode) Notifications Shade accessible by swiping top ...

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Verizon, AT&T consider monthly installments for devices

Verizon and A&T are both considering the switch to full-priced cell phones, according to a recent Reuters report. The two carriers are are weighing whether to follow T-Mobile into the non-subsidized smartphones territory and offer monthly installments. “That’s something we’ve looked ...

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Are NVIDIA’s plans even bigger than what we saw at CES?

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According to the Russian tech site Mobile Review, NVIDIA may have some bigger plans up their sleeves than they let on to at CES this year. While we already saw Project Shield and the Tegra 4, MR says that NVIDIA is looking to really dive into designing and making their own devices. The company ...

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