Jelly Bean is the safest version of Android yet

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Google made history at this year Google I/O by launching the best version of Android OS so far, which is known as the Jelly Bean a.k.a Android 4.1. The operating system is not only designed to give smooth and best experience, but also to protect users from malicious installations and other such ...

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Samsung reportedly cancels 64GB Galaxy S III [UPDATE: False]

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EDIT: Samsung has responded, and told us they are, in fact, shipping the 64GB units. You can read the full story here. When the GSIII was announced a few months ago, it was supposed to come in 3 different variants: 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB. But the 64GB seems to be removed from the line of great ...

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Sony Xperia Z leaked

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The Sony Xeria Z is looking amazing in the specs department, but we don’t quite now about the looks yet, because there is not a picture out yet. Here are the specs: Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean 13 megapixel rear camera w/ 1080p HD video recording Front Camera has the ability to record in 720p ...

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LG Optimus Vu leaked for Verizon

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We got a look at the LG Optimus Vu when it was announced right before MWC, running Gingerbread at the time. Now an image of the Vu has been leaked, and it’s sporting a Verizon logo. Rumor has it that the Verizon Vu is running Ice Cream Sandwich, which is a relief. We’re not sure... ...

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Meizu MX 4-core is now available globally

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The original (dual-core) Meizu MX is one of the most popular smartphones in China. Shortly after the launch there, it was quietly made available around the world from various retailers. Later, after the huge success of the MX, Meizu announced a quad-core version, the MX 4-core. For a time, the ...

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HTC Vertex tablet showed up in benchmarks, Tegra 3 under the hood

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We recently reported that HTC is planning to come out with a new Android phone which will feature a 1.7 GHz Quad-Core processor, and also there is word on the street that HTC will make a comeback in the tablet market by launching a tablet with a “unique” factor. Now a tablet known ...

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HTC cancels ICS update for Desire HD, blames “poor device performance”

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HTC may be stepping on a few toes with this one, but Telus Canada has just released a document, that shows the Desire HD ICS update has been cancelled. The only reason that’s given was that HTC has cancelled the HTC Desire HD ICS upgrade due to poor device performance during testing. Of ...

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Android powers over 51% of smartphones, continues growing

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  Nielsen has published a report on U.S. smartphones and their operating system. Of course, Android is in the lead, running on 51.8% of all smartphones. iOS came in second with 34.8%, which is a 17.5% difference between the two. It’s interesting that Android and iOS combined make up ...

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Sony officially launches Sony Xperia S, P and U in the U.S

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Sony is one of the leading brands in the world, and they launched a trio of beautiful handsets this year. Though Xperia S, Xperia P and Xperia U are available in the U.S through different retailers but Sony has officially announced that the three beautiful handsets are now available at their ...

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Get the Jelly Bean keyboard for your ICS device running 4.0.3 or higher

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If you’re running ICS, at least version 4.0.3, on your Android device, then you should really check this out. A developer by the name of “Beansoft” has released a beta port of the Jelly Bean keyboard – and its prediction engine – that runs on Android 4.0.3 and ...

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AT&T: Family Data Plans Ready to Roll Out?

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Heads up all you AT&T users! The screenshot above shows “Group Data” usage, so does this mean we will be getting that new Family Data Plan? Back in May, Ralph de la Vega, CEO of AT&T Mobile, said: “The company has a firm hold on what type of plan it will offer and ...

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Google releases official changelog for Jelly Bean

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That’s right, Google has just announced the changelog to their newest Android version, Jelly Bean. We saw most of the Jelly Bean coverage at Google I/O, from the camera enhancements to Project Butter, but now Google has finally given users the full breakdown of what the latest, tastiest ...

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Audiofly AF56 headphones review

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This year at CE Week, we had the good fortune of meeting the faces behind the brand at Audiofly. Audiofly, for those who don’t know, is an Australian-based company specializing in premium audio equipment. Operated by a collective of musicians and audio enthusiasts, Audiofly’s ...

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Boeing 787 Dreamliner jets to have entertainment systems running Android

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  When you’re travelling, especially by plane, the experience has the capacity to be awful. Crying kids (even if they’re yours!), loud / rude passengers, expensive food, or even people burping the whole flight that smells like bologna and Red Hots (hail to our Chief Editor’s ...

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HTC releases kernel source for EVO 4G LTE

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  If you’ve got an EVO 4G LTE and you’re either a dev or a user who loves flashing ROMs, then it’s time to throw your hands in the air. HTC has (finally) released the source code for the kernel on this device, and it’s a great thing. While most users (as in about 99%... ...

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