Both LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live are now available at BestBuy

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LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live are the only 2 available Android Wear smartwatches at the moment. Some of you are eagerly awaiting Moto 360, are content with your current smartwatch in form of a Pebble or something similar and others don’t want a smartwatch at all. There are though those of ...

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Alleged Sony Xperia Z3 sized up next to the original Samsung Galaxy Note

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In past few weeks, we have seen the Sony Xperia Z3 a few times, and according to the information we have so far, it looks like a worthy successor to the Sony Z series. Xperia Z3 will be running a Snapdragon 801 chip with the latest version of Android. However, folks over at XperiaBlog managed ...

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Motorola talks Android 4.4.4 updates; plans a Google+ AMA

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Motorola has provided a bit of insight into the Android 4.4.4 KitKat software update and how it pertains to its line of smartphones. This latest update includes all of the goodies of 4.4.3—such a new dialer, the ability to pause during video recording, and enhanced camera image quality—and ...

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Microsoft looking for beta testers for Android version of OneNote

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Microsoft have announced a new feedback program that will allow Beta testers to try out upcoming versions of its note-taking app OneNote on Android. To get involved, you just need to join the Google+ Community Page for OneNote and click ‘Become a tester’. Allowing the community to ...

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Icon packs that you must have on your Android device…Round Three

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I’m an icon addict to the point of where I really need some serious intervention. But don’t call anyone quite yet, because you might just enjoy what I’m fixing to show you. Once you see what I have to show off, then you can decide if a phone call is warranted or not. ...

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Samsung may hand KNOX Security over to Google, report suggests

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During Google I/O, Sundar Pichai surprisingly was heard touting Samsung’s Knox security platform, despite market adoption of the technology sitting at less than 2%. Samsung is ‘giving’ Knox to Google, who will now take the lead on Android security, and with Knox obtaining US ...

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Android L’s quick settings might be customizable once the OS gets released

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The beauty of Android si the ability to customize it. Even without rooting the phone you have an incredible level of customization that you can apply on your device, unlike some other platforms which allow you to do very little when ti comes to this *cough* WP and iOS *cough*. Non-rooted ...

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Google Play Games 2.0 rolling out now carrying features and improvements [Download]

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New update to Google Play Games is rolling out as we speak. It is bringing a number of features and improvements, let’s see what we get in this 2.0 update. As far as new features go we get level-up notifications and XP ranking, along with that you might notice a few UI tweaks in the... ...

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A proper Nokia Lumia device running Android is coming our way, report says

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We’ve all heard this rumor before, we’ve heard it numerous times in fact. All that hope and then we get Nokia X which is an abomination of sorts, not an Android device, hence the use of “proper” in the title. Abomination might be a strong word, but Nokia X is neither a ...

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Floatify – Stacked expandable notification center for your Android device

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Despite Android having arguably the best way to handle the notifications out of the mobile platforms, there is always room for improvement when it comes to how notifications are displayed and interacted with. An app that has caught our attention to offer an alternative to the way in which ...

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TimePIN: Keep your device secure

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TimePIN is a security app for android devices, with the concept being that every minute, you have a new passcode. The application uses your system clock to change your passcode. There are four options in this app. Offset PIN, Double PIN, Mirror PIN and Reverse PIN. Each one modifies the time to ...

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Samsung’s premium Galaxy F leaks yet again, gives us the best look at the phone thus far

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Here we go again. We’ve seen this device leak many times before. Galaxy F is allegedly going to be Samsung’s premium offering, metal chassis and all. Let’s get down to it. Last time this device leaked we’ve seen a part of the phone itself in a render, courtesy of ...

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Samsung announces pricing for new budget Galaxy smartphones

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Samsung introduced 4 new Galaxy budget devices yesterday. These devices are running KitKat OS with a TouchWiz Essence UI on top, which is a lightweight version of TouchWiz. They’ll probably target emerging markets. Samsung didn’t announce pricing for these devices yesterday, but ...

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Google and MediaTek to work together on Android One project

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During the Google I/O 2014, Google introduced the Android One series. The devices under it will be released in developing nations, and this is actually Google’s move to take a huge chunk out of the low-end smartphone market. There was a time when Nokia conquered it, now as Google Android ...

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Download and install Android L’s “Heads up!” notifications on any Android 4.3+ device

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It’s quite obvious Google I/O is Google’s biggest event of the year and one of the biggest tech events in general. This year Google had lots to say, they announced a bunch of stuff, but Andorid “L” preview was one of the biggest, definitely. Developers are apparently ...

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