HURRY! Back the Une Bobine before Kickstarter project ends

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Make your Android happy with one of these multi-function chargers.

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Samsung TecTiles could usher in real demand for NFC

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Samsung's new tech proves that NFC does not mean mobile payments.

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Mod to Android OS helps protect your privacy by giving your apps false information

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We’re always, as users, on the lookout for more mobile security. The Technology Review from MIT just did a piece on programs that are designed to keep your personal data away from mobile apps that want to access contacts. In that list comes a full rewrite of Android by developer Plamen ...

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Apple’s request for early injunction against Samsung denied, Galaxy S III will launch on time

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Score one for Samsung, folks. Apple’s attempt to hold back the Galaxy S III failed, as the request for an early injunction by Apple was denied by Lucy Koh, u.S. District Judge from San Jose. Basically, she was too busy to hear the case before June 21st, which is when the Galaxy S III ...

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HTC not allowed to use patents it does not own, says ITC

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The International Trade Commission has refused to let HTC use the patents it has on loan from Google in its current battle with Apple for patent infringement. Google loaned 5 patents to the Taiwanese manufacturer in September of last year with the specific purpose of fighting off Apple’s ...

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Songkick brings concert calendar, band alerts, and more to Android

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Startup music service Songkick has released its Android application today, bringing a host of live music features to your smartphone.   Thanks to integration with a user’s Google Music account, Last.fm, Pandora, and music library, Songkick provides live music information, local concert ...

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Verizon outlines Share Everything data plans

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Consumers will have a half dozen options to choose from beginning June 28.

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Apple drops Google maps, opts for an in-house alternative

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  It was only a matter of time, folks. Apple has officially announced that they’re dropping Google Maps on their iDevices and going for something cooked up within their own walled garden walls. Big loss? That stands for debate, as Google Maps has never really run terrifically on iOS. ...

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Sony set to launch a new Xperia device soon

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Andy Rubin just confirmed that more than 900,000 Android devices are activated every day, telling us that Android OS is improving everyday, thanks to all the manufacturers out there. Sony is one of them, and this year Sony brought a lot of good devices, and now they are planning to come up with ...

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iHome iC50 FM Stereo Alarm Clock review

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The iC50 makes a great bedside companion, just don't kiss it more than your wife.

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E FUN debuts $170 8-inch Android 4.0 tablet

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Priced to sell, the Premium 8 SE falls in between e-readers and offerings from companies like Samsung.

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Some HTC One X phones having Wifi antenna problems, fix involves partial teardown

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The HTC One X is currently one of the most popular (and powerful) Android devices on the market. Now, however, we’re seeing some reports surface from users that there may be a very specific WiFi problem on the device, which adds to the reports of very bad lag while playing games. XDA user ...

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Sandisk 64GB Mobile Ultra microSDXC card review

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Need more space on your Android phone or tablet?  Of course you do.  Even with the number of apps and services moving users to the cloud, nothing beats having a bunch of local storage for pictures, videos, games, and apps.  Assuming your Android device allows for microSD expansion, you’ll ...

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FixYa debuts slick HTML5-based product support site

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Community answers to everyday questions - now with HTML5 optimization.

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Pricing revealed for U.S. Cellular’s Galaxy S III

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U.S. Cellular has revealed the pricing for their version(s) of the Samsung Galaxy S III, and, unsurprisingly,  they’re not any different than the other carriers.  Consumers looking to grab the 16GB model will pay $199.99 while those seeking the 32GB model will part with $249.99 both after ...

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