Nexus 4 available again through T-Mobile website

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T-Mobile is once again selling the Nexus 4 on their website. The carrier quickly ran out after putting it up on their page just days ago, but is now back, hopefully with a bit more supply. The device is still $199 on a new 2-year contract. The device is also heading back up for sale... Read More

Android 4.2.1 OTA update rolling out for Nexus 4 and Nexus 10

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Thank goodness for the folks over at XDA. According to 2 separate (yet equal?) threads, we’re seeing OTA updates coming to both the Nexus 10 and the Nexus 4. The update comes just in time, as we will be seeing the Nexus 4 on sale in the states again here in just about an hour... Read More

New benchmarks uncover Samsung GT-I9400, GT-I9525

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Could either of these device end up as the Samsung Galaxy S4?

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CYBER MONDAY: Score a $100 gift card with a Sonos Wireless HiFi System

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Thinking of picking up a Sonos Wireless HiFi System for your home or office? First of all, congrats on that – you’re gonna love it. Second, you’re in luck today as you can pick up a $100 gift card to either Best Buy or Target if you purchase yours on Cyber Monday (November ...

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Eight 8-Bit Android games we love

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Take a trip down memory lane with these old-school looking Android games

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LG Optimus G2 rumors starting up already?

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Details include a quad-core 2GHz CPU, 5-inch 1080p HD display, and Android 5.0.

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Samsung moves 5 million Galaxy Note II’s around the world

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Samsung today announced that the Galaxy Note II has topped 5 million units, barely two months into its life cycle  It’s not clear where this global figure is the for retail sales or overall shipments, however it’s a commendable figure nonetheless. Assuming Samsung uses the same ...

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Comparison: Sony Odin, Sony Yuga, HTC Droid DNA, Galaxy S III – benchmark showdown

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In the ever-changing world of Android devices, the blogosphere is always looking to lets the world know which devices are worth their time – and their money. Now, we’ve got a look at a comparison of not only size, but of benchmarks, for 4 of the biggest devices around. The Sony ...

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G5 Games discounts nearly two dozen games for Black Friday weekend

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G5 Games is celebrating Black Friday weekend with a giant sale, chopping the prices of nearly two dozen games. Whether you own an Android phone or tablet, Kindle, Nook, or an Apple device, you ought to check out the deals. What kind of deals? How about discounts of up to 40% for some of ...

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Verizon gets its 4G LTE version of Galaxy Tab 2 10.1

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Verizon has become the latest wireless provider (Sprint, AT&T) to announce its version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1. A press release from today advises that the 10.1-inch tablet is available for $499 where can be paired with a month-month data plan. Should you have one of the ...

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T-Mobile ‘Samsung Holiday Sale’ starts Black Friday

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T-Mobile’s holiday sales are getting ready to kick off on Friday, November 23 and are expected to run through December 20. Like the stuff that the carrier did last week, these promotions revolve around Samsung 4G devices.  There are a number of deals to choose from, some phone, and some ...

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Black Friday app savings from Gameloft, 10tons, and HeroCraft

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Because Black Friday doesn’t have to be all about retail stores, products, or electronics, we’ve got some app and game savings to share. Some of our favorite developers have discounted their Android offerings and we’ve collected a few here. While we know there are likely other ...

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Get this look for your Android smartphone: Bicycle

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One of our absolute favorite things about Android is the fact that you can bend and tweak the platform to your needs.  Sure, there’s rooting and modding for deep level personalization, but that stuff does not always concern the everyman user. Some of just like to change the home screen ...

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Gree to shutter OpenFeint in December as developers consider alternatives

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It doesn’t seem all that long ago that we were talking about all the major games being released with OpenFeint integration. As one of the bigger and better options for Android developers, users enjoyed its features such as leaderboards, achievements, friend lists, and cross-platform ...

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New Play Store APK teardown reveals app reviews require G+ account, pre-order support, and more

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The guys over at Android Police have torn down the new Play Store APK, and they’ve found some pretty cool stuff lurking on the inside. According to AP: …App reviews in the Play Store will soon require a Google+ account, and future reviews will be posted showing your full Google+ ...

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