Future versions of Draw Something to include chat, picture saving

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The guys over at TechCrunch were recently able to spend some time chatting up  OMGPOP chief executive Dan Porter and Zynga’s chief mobile officer David Ko.  In case you haven’t heard, Porter’s runaway hit game Draw Something has been nothing short viral on Android and iOS devices ...

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Flud News aims to change the way we look at news sharing

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There are a lot of news apps on the Google Play Store, each with its own level of sharing options. Most of us (myself included) simply read an article or watch a video, and then share it to our preferred social network. That’s all well and good, but what if the news that we shared... Read More

Sprint Galaxy Nexus confirmed for April 15th?

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The guys over at S4Gru.com say they have Sprint sources that confirm the release of the Sprint Galaxy Nexus to be on April 15th, which is a Sunday. Sources are reporting that it’s unlikely the device would actually be released on a Sunday, but it’s more likely that we’ll see a ...

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Track all of your online orders, shipments with Slice for Android

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Slice this week announced the general availability of an Android edition of their popular online shopping and tracking service. After more than 10 million downloads on iOS we can imagine this app will see more than a few on Android. What exactly does it do?  Pretty much everything, as it ...

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TazTag to be first phone with both NFC and ZigBee at MWC

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Much hoopla has been made over the magical synergistic qualities of NFC, from payment options to data transfer on Google’s Android 4.0 ICS. ZigBee might be new to most people, but it’s basically a much more advanced and efficient wireless network than anything currently in place, ...

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SwiftKey offers SDK up to handset and tablet makers

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SwiftKey is in Barcelona this week, chatting up their uber-smart keyboard alternative with handset and tablet makers.  To take things even further, the guys have announced that they are now allowing smartphone and other device makers the opportunity to utilize their technology by way of an SDK. ...

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Shazam shows what it can do with Android Beam, World’s fastest tagging and instant sharing

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Today in Barecelona, at the Mobile World Congress, Shazam let everyone in on their latest development. Striving to be the fastest ID content experience on the Android platform, Shazam is leading the way. With improvements to their already fast service, we can expect to ID songs in a little as ...

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Gameloft bringing its most popular HD games to Intel smartphones and tablets

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One of the dangers of entering the tech market with a new product is the necessary adaptation that other manufacturers or developers will have to make to support your product. This is especially true in the processor market, where many software and firmware companies of entrenched themselves in ...

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Millenial Media releases 2011 year in review report, Android takes home the gold

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2011 was certainly a big year for Android, so it’s not really a surprise to us that Millenial Media’s Mobile Mix year in review report shows Android on the top in nearly every aspect of the mobile world. The most notable facts include: In 2010, iOS held the market share with 41%, ...

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New T-Mobile strategy structured to bring LTE in 2013

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What’s 4 billion dollars get you these days? At T-Mobile, that sum of dinero will buy you a new network. A little over a month ago, T-Mobile said they weren’t too concerned with deploying LTE as they claim it provides little benefit over the existing HSPA+ 4G they use now. Perhaps a ...

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Samsung R920 turns out to be the Galaxy S Lightray 4G for MetroPCS

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A month ago, we showed you the first leaked shots of an upcoming 4G device, the Samsung R920, for MetroPCS. The device, as we have just learned, was actually the Samsung Conquer 4G, which is available in the U.S. on Sprint. Now MetroPCS is planning to launch it as the Samsung Galaxy S Lightray ...

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ZTE to Launch two Ice Cream Sandwich powered phones at MWC

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It seems that Chinese companies are planning to rock at MWC 2012. First Huawei announced that they are gearing up to launch new tablet and smartphone at MWC, and now ZTE has announced that they will launch two new Android devices at the Mobile World Congress. The good news is that both will be ...

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U.S. Cellular offers sweet deals for new customers

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When people are searching for a new smart phone they usually head to one of the four major carriers (Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile). Oftentimes the smaller regional carriers are forgotten, even though in some scenarios they may be the better choice. Many factors should go into deciding ...

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Gartner: Android accounts for more than half of smartphones in Q4

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According to research firm Gartner, Android captured 50.9 percent of all smartphone sales in the fourth quarter of 2011.  Pulling just over half of all sales in the final three months of the year, it’s enough to double Apple’s iOS 23.8 percent share.  Symbian, for its part slid from ...

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Samsung Galaxy Mini 2 Shows up at FCC

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We have seen Samsung’s high end phones like the Galaxy S II, Galaxy Nexus and Galaxy Note, but for some people they cost an arm or a leg. For such people, Samsung has a special phone known as the Galaxy Mini, which was launched last year. A few days ago, we showed you its successor,... ...

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