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SiriusXM app adds new controls, tries to compete with slacker and others

SiriusXM, a name that used to be synonymous with great programming and extra change in your pocket, has fallen short as of late when it comes to keeping up with

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Kelley Blue Book Android app hits 1 million downloads

If someone is looking to buy or sell a car, chances are some research will need to be done for pricing and reviews to make sure they’re getting the most

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Toyota introduces fuel efficiency app for forklift fleet managers

As technology is evolving, smart companies are taking advantage of the new tools available to make themselves more and more efficient. Toyota’s Material Handling division has demonstrated a good example

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Official Wikipedia Android App Now Available

Wikipedia is the free encyclopedia containing more than 20 million articles in 280 languages, and is the most comprehensive and widely used reference work humans have ever compiled. The WikiMedia

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New Slacker app for Android Tablets comes complete with great new features

  Slacker, one of our favorite Android radio apps, is getting an overhaul today at CES. The new update has been optimized for tablets and features superior graphics and album

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Vimeo Launches Android Application at CES2012

Vimeo is the “home for videos you create” and they are finally releasing an Android application that will be free on the Android Market and Amazon App Store for Android.

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TiVo announces Android app at CES 2012

  Today at CES, TiVo announced that the TiVo App for Android is now available, and includes support for the Amazon Kindle Fire. According to TiVo PR reps: The free

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Box for Android updates to version 1.5, brings some new enhancements

If you’re a user of Box, you know how handy cloud storage can be. Box recently got an update to version 1.5, bringing with it the following enhancements: Use the

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Brisk Iced Tea brings Brisksaber app to Android, gives geeks a Yoda vs. Darth Maul showdown

Hey, all you Star Wars geeks! (I’m raising my own hand here, don’t be ashamed) In today’s awesome nerd news, Brisk Iced Tea is bringing Android users a new game

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Avast Free Mobile Security is here!

Avast, a popular PC security service, has just announced an Android app, and it’s packed full of features. Android users can now take advantage of a host of services, like:

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UPDATED: Get 50GB of free Box cloud storage without rooting

Want to get 50GB of free storage in the cloud? Thanks to a deal between Box and LG, anyone with one of several LG phones, including the Xperia Play, said

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Zoomingo Launches App “Shopping Discovery,” Aims to Help Users Find Sales on Fashion, Beauty, and More

With the economy being what it is today, who isn’t starving for a deal? Well, the folks over at Zoomingo have heard the cries of “I want cheaper stuff” from

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Google+ Announces New Features for Mobile Apps

Google have just taken to their blog to announce some new features for their social networking site Google+. The majority of these new features are aimed at the mobile apps

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AppDev Hackathon and Bootcamp

Calling all developers! There will be a day-long App Development Hackathon and Bootcamp session taking place during the App Developers Conference on Oct. 26, 2011 at the Santa Clara Convention

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Localicious Proving That Some devs Experiencing Less Friction With Android

There is interesting news this morning concerning the new app that WhitePages has released, called Localicious. The app in itself is not ground shattering for sure, but what is interesting is that the company is launching on Android first, with no release date for an iOS launch. A first for the company as a whole, as they have done what most companies out there have been doing. Launch on iOS, then port over to Android. Not this time! Read on for their reasons.