Mozilla Firefox native version hit Android in beta, comes with mouth-watering features

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Right now the browsing war is going on between Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Opera. Mostly people consider Mozilla and Google as the top competitors, and no doubt they are. Recently, Google launched the Google Chrome beta version for their very own Android OS, and now it seems Mozilla ...

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Verizon says “No” to HTC One Series

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In past few years, Verizon brought a lot of devices to horizon and all of them were no doubt impressive devices. Like if we talk about Droid Incredible series, which is a very successful series, and they recently launched the successor which is known as Droid Incredible 4G LTE. But Verizon ...

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Huawei Ascend D1 hits FCC, coming soon?

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No one can forget the showcasing of the amazing Android devices by Huawei at the Mobile World Congress, which actually includes three devices. One of them is the Huawei Ascend D1 which is rocking a dual-core processor but it wasn’t the centre of attention. However, it seems the device ...

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Last Minute Mother’s Day Android Sale at Cricket Communications

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If it wasn’t for procrastination there would be less and less sales every year. With Mother’s Day creeping around the corner, Cricket is fully aware of our male ability to “put things off.” That being said, Guys you have less than a weekend to figure it out! 

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HTC Golf appears in Wild, will be out later this year

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HTC amazed us at the Mobile World Congress by introducing a bunch of new Android powered phones, like the HTC One X, S and V. All of them are undoubtedly brilliant devices, but it seems HTC still got some stuff in their bag. Almost 2 months ago, an Android powered HTC device was leaked as HTC ...

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Samsung SPH-L300 leaked, headed to Sprint?

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Samsung Galaxy S III was launched a few days ago and we know that it will be coming to the States soon, and they are chances that Sprint will be carrying it, but that’s not the only device Sprint is planning to launch. Sprint is also planning to launch Samsung SPH-L300, which is an ...

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LG LS970 ‘Eclipse’ leaks with quadcore Krait chipset

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  LG is known for its scoops: They were the first with a dualcore phone, the first with a 3D phone and they’ve done it yet again. Although the software leaves us wanting something better most of the times, we have to say: Using a quad core krait processor promises some pretty darn ...

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Android 4.0 starts rolling out for German Galaxy Notes

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Owners of a German Galaxy Note, rejoice! Samsung has quietly started the roll-out of Android 4.0, dubbed version number LPY, to German branded Galaxy Notes. Although you don’t necessarily have to own a German Note, your model number should be N7000 in order to install the update. We ...

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CyanogenMod v7 not forgotten, may get weekly builds instead of nightly builds

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Again, no real need for introduction of CyanogenMod is required. Nearly 2 million unique installs should tell the tale. The largest series of custom ROM’s for various Android devices released a status update of its super popular CM7.

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Purchase your new EVO 4G LTE by July 7th and get $50 Best Buy gift card

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I love to see deals before launch and this one might make the decision to get the new Evo, just a little easier. If you are coming from an og Evo on Sprint, you can combine this new deal with their ongoing trade-in program and get an additional $50  gift card until June 2nd. So if... Read More

Kyocera officially introduces Kyocera Hydro and Rise

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Kyocera is a brand trying their best to somehow make a strong place in the smartphone market, like Samsung or Huawei, but they are still trying their very best. They brought the Kyocera Echo, a dual-screen phone to Sprint, which was actually not a success. Anyway, today at the CTIA, Kyocera ...

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Stick It! Sorry Samsung, your Pop-up Play is not ground breaking we are already doing it

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Wah Wah Wah… Samsung your already un-impressive performance at the “Next Galaxy” event earlier this month has been proved even less impressive. 

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A quick look at the first two CyanogenMod v9 themes available in the Google Play Store

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As many of you may be aware, the Theme Engine has made it’s way back into the CM9. The theme engine is one of the best features of CyanogenMod in my opinion, as it allows for quick and easy theme changes. With over 300+ themes available for CM7, we’re all looking forward to this ...

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TrueCaller the global social phonebook now available on Android

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What TrueCaller is TrueCaller offers a worldwide name and number lookup functionality for your Android for free! It enables you to match phone numbers to names, addresses, social networks, and even pictures! This looks pretty cool, a worldwide caller id/social networking/phonebook for your ...

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3LM announces Android v4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich compatibility for it’s Mobile Device and Application Management System

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3LM or “Three Laws of Mobility” makes Android enterprise-friendly by providing a host of features to protect data on the device and while in transit to the enterprise. Kicking off CTIA2012, 3LM announces is latest and greatest Mobile Device and Application Management (MDAM) which ...

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