Nuance Announces Dragon Go! For Android, Throws Its Hat In As A Siri Competitor

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Ever since Siri’s iconic entrance into Apple’s deck of playing cards, there have been a plethora of software entrants vying to usurp Siri’s place of double power: public recognition and actual functionality. There are several alternatives in the Android Market that come ...

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Nik Software announces Snapseed for Android tablets running ICS

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  Today at CES, Nik Software announced their new Snapseed for Android tablets running Android 4.0. Snapseed is a new software that will bring new photography tools to Android tablet loving photographers everywhere. “We’re very pleased to bring Snapseed to the Android tablet market,” said ...

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LTE enabled wireless storage announced by Seagate and Verizon

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  Tired of being tied down by wires when it comes to your external storage? So are Seagate and Verizon, as they have announced a brand new LTE enabled wireless storage device today at CES. According to the press release, the drive can: Expand the storage capacity of your mobile device with ...

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Net Nanny mobile helps keep kids safe and parents’ minds at ease

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  Net Nanny has been a leading provider of safe online experiences for kids for years, and now the company is branching out and going mobile. “Every day, around 150,000 new web pages are created,” said Russ Warner, president and CEO of Net Nanny. “When you couple this with the ...

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Corning officially announces Gorilla Glass 2, keeps phones protected while becoming 20% thinner

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We saw it coming earlier this month, and now it’s official. Corning made their official announcement for Gorilla Glass 2. The new iteration uses a new and different material that not only continues to protect our devices from scratches, cracks, and the like; it does it while reducing the ...

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XBOX Live mobile gaming to come to Android?

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Who wouldn’t love some more mobile gaming options on Android? Well, if we’re to believe what we see (and we do) over at Microsoft Careers, we may be looking at some XBOX Live options on Android sometime in the near future. According to the job listing, they’re looking for ...

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Cobra Electronics Set to Show Off New Mobile Integration Tech at CES 2012

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  If you’re looking for a good company to look to who has done a fantastic job of adapting to changing technologies, Cobra Electronics would be a good one. Mostly known for their radar detectors, the company has made a focus of integration between various mobile technologies and ...

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Boost Mobile announces their first Android for under $100 – Samsung Replenish

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Boost Mobile today announced that they will be offering the Samsung Replenish starting tomorrow with a super-appealing price tag.  Bowing as the first Android smartphone on the carrier’s network for less than $100, the handset helps bolster the no-contract lineup with a low-cost ...

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SugarSync includes video syncing in latest update

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When it comes to preserving those cherished photos and videos taken with your phone, your best bet is always going to be backing up them up in some fashion, and your computer is typically going to be the safest choice, what with the account-hacking paparazzi and all. Still, the steps and time ...

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Distimo: Android Market at 400,000 applications, growing faster

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Distimo has a new blog post this week which provides a handful of interesting Android figures, most notably the total number of applications in the Android Market.  According to their calculation, there are now 400,000 apps from around the world.  Although this is not an officially recognized ...

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Infinite Dreams releases Let’s Create! Christmas and iQuarium

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One of our favorite developers has released another pair of free applications on Android.

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Has Apple gone too far?

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Apparently, Apple not only claims the right to censor what’s available for download onto your iOS devices, but they also reserve the ability to pull it totally off of your device if it slips past their reviewers in the first place. This means no more Quickpick in the Appstore, on iCloud, ...

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Fandango integrates Paypal into Android application

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Purchasing tickets from the mobile device gets even easier, but stays just as secure.

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An artist’s review of Adobe Photoshop Touch

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 If you’re interested in photo editing, even on the most basic scale, and you own a Honeycomb tablet, you owe it to yourself to check out Adobe Photoshop Touch, or “PS Touch” if you’re searching the Android Market. The app is only $9.99, a steal compared to it’s ...

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AT&T accepts defeat, withdraws bid for T-Mobile USA

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Oh, what a glorious day (at least for T-Mobile users) it is! After more than eight months of court hearings, opposition from Sprint and the DOJ, and massive online protesting, AT&T and Deutsche Telekom have decided to drop the merger of AT&T and T-Mobile USA. Cue the celebrations! Now, ...

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