Facebook working with HTC on a new device, launch in 2013?

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The rumors about Facebook phone never stops, and who can stop rumors, right? We heard a long time ago that Facebook is getting together with HTC to make a Facebook phone, again. And then we heard a different rumor, that Facebook might make their “own” phone, means their own hardware ...

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Sony Mint rumored for IFA announcement in August

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Sony's next big Android could rival the Galaxy S III and HTC One X.

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Motorola DROID RAZR HD passes through FCC, coming soon?

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Motorola Droid RAZR is right now the sexiest Motorola device you can grab from Verizon Wireless, but let’s face the fact that it’s time for the successor of it to come out and outshine devices like Galaxy S III and One X, right? And it seems the time is near when we will see it.... ...

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Samsung Stellar headed to Verizon Wireless?

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Verizon and Samsung are always coming out with some good and impressive devices, like the Galaxy S III, which is the best Galaxy device so far. Now it seems that Verizon is planning to carry yet another Samsung device, and it will be launched as Verizon Samsung Stellar. Also it will come with ...

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ZTE N880E, company’s first Jelly Bean handset lands in China

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ZTE is the fourth largest mobile phone manufacturer in the world, I am sure that people in States are not familiar with that because ZTE is actually more powerful in China and other Asian markets, although they are slowly moving towards the Europe and US markets. If you were expecting that top ...

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Verizon Galaxy Nexus now available for $99

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Samsung Galaxy Nexus is right now the successor of Google’s smartphone line, and without any doubt it’s an excellent device. Verizon is also offering the Galaxy Nexus, and it comes with LTE as well. Now the good news is that Verizon is offering it for only $99, which is an amazing ...

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Two Popular LG Android phones show up again

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Sprint hasn’t announced the LG Cayenne LS860 yet, but it has appeared in yet another leaked photo! We might be hearing something soon from Sprint themselves. The photo doesn’t bring us new details about the smartphone, but it confirms the existence of three Android Ice Cream Sandwich ...

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Five for Friday: Android apps for NPR fans

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Here are five apps to keep you close to NPR programming, including a pair of titles from two very awesome radio stations.

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Asus advises Android 4.1 for Transformer line due in “coming months”

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Jelly Bean is expected to come to at least three Transformer products over the next few months.

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Samsung to unveil newest Galaxy device on August 15

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The handset maker is sending out "save the date" emails, teasing a major announcement.

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Samsung reportedly set to deliver 4.1 for Galaxy S III as early as August

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Samsung's flagship handset may see Jelly Bean as soon as August.

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Analyst cuts Kindle Fire forecast in wake of Nexus 7

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Amazon's Kindle Fire is already feeling the heat from the Nexus 7.

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HTC reportedly readying 4.1 Jelly Bean for One XL, One S

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An Australian carrier is among the first to make noise around the Jelly Bean update for two of HTC's 2012 handsets.

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Win $275 in RadioShack goodies from AndroidGuys!

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Win a free Android screen replacement kit from AndroidGuys and RadioShack!

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HondaLink makes your Android smartphone to do more in the car

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Without any doubts, Honda is one of the leading car brands in the world and they are actually one of the brands that believes in innovation. Honda is planning to introduce HondaLink in their new 2013 Honda Accord, and it comes with a lot of surprises for all the Android users out there. Honda ...

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