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Lookout today introduced a new version of its mobile security application for Android, dropping v3.0 in the Google Play Store. Key among the details this time around is a new
We’ve heard plenty these last few days about the alleged details for the upcoming LG Optimus G Nexus, but we’ve yet to see how it appears. That changes tonight as
Alcatel is not the leading mobile phone brand in the world, but they are working to gain a notable position in the market. Of course it’s not an easy task
Barnes & Noble today announced that they’ve recently released an updated version of the free NOOK application for Android. Head to the Google Play store today and look for v3.2
Pocket, perhaps one of our favorite Android apps of all time, has just seen its latest version hit the Google Play store. The big change this time around is the
News360 today announced that they’ve released a refreshed version of its Android tablet application. Available in the Google Play store immediately, the 3.0 client brings new customization and personalization features
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could plug in your own gaming preferences into a system and have it spit out recommendations that actually deliver the right results? The just-debuted
Until yesterday, the argument for low-cost tablets revolved, for the most part, around the Kindle Fire and the Nexus 7. Today, we’re swapping out the Amazon tablet for something a
Lookout Mobile Security has released its latest State of Mobile Security report which looks at the various threats that face mobile users. Not only do we learn what the threats
Verizon Wireless today announced the Samsung Galaxy Stellar, a mid-range Android with an entry-level price. Available in stores and online starting September 6, the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich handset
Archos today announced their next Android-powered device, the 7-inch GampePad. Featuring a dual-core 1.5GHz processor, Mali 400MP quad-core GPU, 8GB internal storage, HDMI, microSD, and Wi-Fi connectivity, the device looks
Mozilla just dropped us a line to advise that there’s a new version of the popular browser in the Google Play Store. Geared more for tablets this time around, the
Android tablets get a new-look interface for the music service.
If you don’t already know, the Google Play Store doesn’t allow ALL countries from around the world the ability to publish paid applications. Carbon was waiting for this year’s Google