MatchFuel recommends the best games for Android users

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The Android Market  Google Play has a host of awesome games for Android users, and some not-so-awesome games as well. The question is often asked, “how do we sort out the bad games from the good ones?” Enter MatchFuel. MatchFuel is a game recommendation app, that rates games based ...

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Earn coupons, rewards, buy Blurays and more with Fox Movie Mall

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A new application recently landed in the Google Play store which lets users scan billboards, 2D/QR barcodes, or snap pictures to learn more about movies and shows by Fox.   Called Fox Movie Mall, the app works with interactive ads and images and essentially opens the door to all things Fox. ...

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SportCaster 4.0 arrives just in time for March Madness tipoff

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OneLouder, one of our favorite Android developers, has today released a brand new version of their SportCaster application.  Hitting the Google Play store today, it adds support for the NCAA March Madness tournament as well as a few other sport leagues.  In the event you are not familiar with ...

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Virgin Mobile adds $99 Venture to Android lineup

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Virgin Mobile has begun taking preorders for their next Android handset, the Gingerbread-powered (PCD) Venture, with expected shipping to begin March 15.  At $99 it’s pretty much all the Android you might hope to see out of a no-contract carrier, if not a little more.  Hardware is a blend ...

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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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Microsoft Garage brings new Android app alternatives

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Microsoft seemingly cannot decide whether it is for Google or against Google. Nevertheless, for those wanting some Microsoft love on their Android devices can get it through Microsoft Garage. Microsoft Garage is a project by Microsoft looking to bring projects to reality from hackers, interns, ...

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Android 5.0 will be made available to the public on November 3

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Google has confirmed in a note to developers asking them to ready their apps for the public release of Android 5.0 Lollipop scheduled for a November 3rd launch. Requesting “we recommend that you test your apps and publish any needed updates to the Play Store”, Google wants to ensure that ...

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Android 5.0 Lollipop’s “kill switch” only maims, not kill

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It’s fairly safe to say that we’ve all got smartphones now. Perhaps more accurately, we can say that if you are reading this, it is very likely you own a smartphone. Though many of us cycle through mobile phones more often than we change wardrobes, we like to be the one to decide ...

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Nexus 9 due October 15, report says

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As we get closer to the time Google announces Android L, more and more rumors and reports come out about the upcoming Nexus devices, or the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9. Earlier this morning we reported about an article from WSJ confirming rumors of the Nexus 6. A couple of days ago, an HTC rep... Read More

Smarty Tiles: A colorful brain game

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I’m not much of a gamer. In fact, Smarty Tiles was the first game I downloaded on my Moto X (2013) since I bought the smartphone last October (2013). As a result, I won’t make any comparisons between Smarty Tiles and other games. Instead, I’ve put together a panel of expert ...

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The Spree SmartCap: All the benefits of a hat, plus a fitness tracker

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Spree Wearables is taking on the chest strap with the creation of the Spree Pod. The small device can fit inside Spree wearables. Currently, they offer a headband and the Spree SmartCap. The Spree SmartCap is probably exactly what you imagine it to be. It is a baseball cap with a small pouch to ...

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Moto 360 review: The watch you’ve been waiting for

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From the time Motorola first announced they were working on a smartwatch, they had everybody watching them. Unlike the LG G Watch or the Samsung Gear Live, the Moto 360 was different, and everyone could see that. It took smartwatch design to a whole new level – not only with the circular ...

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Baidu Browser review

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When I think about browsing from a mobile device, my main concerns are reliability and speed. Can I access all of the content that I’ll come across given my traditional browsing routines? Trusting that I’ll be able to click links and know that my browser is capable of interpreting ...

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Reviewing Android Kit Kat 4.4.4 for Samsung Galaxy S3 4G (GT-I9305)

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The Galaxy S3 was arguably the best phone of 2012 – it was the first smartphone to have a quad-core SoC, and the 4G variant bumped up the normal Galaxy S3 from 1GB of RAM to 2GB. Yesterday, Samsung finally started to push out the Kit Kat update for the Galaxy S3 4G, mainly in Nordic... ...

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Project Ara to run a modified version of Android L

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Phonebloks began as a college project. It was an idea more than it ever was a business. It was an idea Phonebloks hoped would spread across the internet and someone would grab it and run with it. In the last year or so, the idea has spread, and now multiple companies are using this idea to... ...

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