Guinness World Record for fast texting is broken by Fleksy Keyboard

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One of our favorite keyboards announces new Guinness World Record, new updates, and extended trial At AndroidGuys, Fleksy is one of our favorite keyboards to use on our mobile devices. It’s one of the fastest growing keyboards out there, and their progress is absolutely getting recognized ...

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Motorola Moto G with “Universal 4G LTE” available for pre-order on Amazon

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When the Moto G was first announced, it was widely received as a super affordable Android handset with decent specs.  However, the biggest drawback was not having 4G LTE compatability. After yesterday’s release of the Moto E, we have now seen the Moto G get a much needed update of LTE and ...

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New hints of Nexus 6, Nexus 8 emerge

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New hints have shown up recently concerning the Nexus 6 and Nexus 8.  Now remember these are just snippets of code from Chromium Code Reviews, but they could be leading up to some soon, say Google I/O?!? The first snippet below shows the “Nexus 8″:   The second snippet below ...

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Adaptxt Legal Keyboard for Law Professionals

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Law Professionals Can Now Eliminate Embarrassing Typos with Android Legal Dictionary Guest Contribution Post By: Sumit Goswami, CEO, Keypoint Technologies   We’ve all probably experienced embarrassing auto-corrections when emailing and texting friends and family on our mobile ...

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New Nexus tablet shows up on a Chromium tracker?

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Rumors regarding Google’s new Nexus tablet are all over the place. The rumors were initially pointing at LG as the manufacturer of the device and afterwards that spot was taken by HTC. Most rumors point to the fact that the device’s name will be Nexus 8 and that the screen will be ...

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Get the best phones of 2013 for a penny on Amazon

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Technology is great.  Every year devices get stronger and more powerful.  To me, last year was a breakthrough year in regards for smartphone development because we had finally reached a point where we had enough RAM and processing power to run most apps seemingly effortlessly. In 2013, the ...

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NYNE Bass review

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Face it, there’s a ton of portable and wireless speaker options out there. And, with prices ranging from $40-$400 it’s easy to find something that fits your budget. But, as you’ve likely heard elsewhere or in other aspects of life, there’s something to be said about ...

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Get Samsung’s Pro line of tablets for $50 to $100 off at Amazon

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Deals are always good, and this one is no slouch.  Right now, Amazon is taking $50 to $100 off Samsung’s Pro Tablets.  This includes all Tab Pros and Note Pros.  This sale also includes the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition with a $70 price reduction for all models (excluding the LTE ...

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How to navigate through your Android device [Android 101]

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Picking up an Android device for the very first time? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! Here’s out brief guide on how to navigate through your Android. KEEP IN MIND: Not all Android phones are the same. Some will have more steps required to complete each task, others will ...

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Frequently used terms [Android 101]

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0-9 2G – Refers to the second-generation of cellular telephone technology. 2G networks offer digitally encrypted phone conversations, while being the first to offer SMS messaging. The Internet speed one would receive on 2G has since been surpassed by its predecessors. 3G – Refers to ...

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Google’s precious Nexus line may soon be replaced by Android Silver

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Could the Nexus line really be replaced? A few months ago, Google was rumored to launch something called ‘Android Silver’. It’s basically a line of premium smartphones that could be closely controlled and monitored by Google, much like the Nexus line. These phones would be ...

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Sprint Rolling out KitKat 4.4.3 update to Nexus 5

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A new update is out today for the Nexus 5 on Sprint.  This update version (KTU84F) brings about various bug fixes, and also enables the device to work on Sprint’s Spark LTE bands 26 and 41.  Sprint’s update page states that the update will be released over-the-air in stages and may ...

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HTC One (M8) Review: The best just got better

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Today we have gotten our hands on the all new HTC One M8, T-Mobile variant.  The phone is based upon it’s predecessor, the One M7, which was voted “Best Smartphone” by GSMA at Mobile World Congress back in February, talk about a lot of shoes to fill.  However, HTC’s new ...

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EasyAcc leather flip case for Nexus 5 review

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Flip cases serve a decent purpose in the smartphone world, offering more functionality than protection. They certainly aren’t for users that have a habit of dropping their devices often. But if you’re looking for a durable, well-built flip case for your Nexus 5, look no further. ...

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Span concept is perfect marriage of analog, digital, and smart notifications

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As many of you know, the Moto 360 and LG G Watch will usher in the Android Wear era over the next few months. Smartwatches, around a while now, haven’t really taken off yet. At least not like we expect them to. We’ve seen a few great real-world devices spring up over the last few... Read More