Leaked screens show LG’s take on Android 5.0 Lollipop

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Screenshots have leaked showing LG's take on Android 5.0 Lollipop which is expected to come to the LG G3 and the LG G2 some time this year.

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Carrier details on the Nexus 6 “When is my carrier getting the Nexus 6?

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Today Google announced Android Lollipop, and with it a round of new devices including the Nexus 9, Nexus Player, and Nexus 6. While they announced information on when you can preorder the Nexus 9 and Nexus player, they didn’t have any firm information regarding the Nexus 6. However, it ...

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Consumer Cellular now offers Moto G, upgrades 750 retail locations [Edited]

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With ‘no contract’ options becoming increasingly popular, we’re starting to see quite a bit of growth in the no-contract carrier market. Let’s take Consumer Cellular, for example, who is now upgrading their in-store customer experience at their 750 retail locations ...

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Glove fits users with the best carrier based on coverage needs [App of the Day]

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So your contract is up and you’re ready to switch to a new carrier, eh? Or, maybe you’ve gotten so aggravated with your providers data speeds that you’re ready to call it quits.  Before you sign any long-term agreements or commit to a particular wireless carrier, try out ...

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Carrier IQ issues 19 page document detailing usage

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Carrier IQ released a new 19-page PDF document on their website this week which details all the stuff that they do as well as the stuff that they don’t do.  Staying clear of naming any specific wireless provider, the file does tell us that the intention of Carrier IQ has always been to ...

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AT&T Confirms Plans to Throttle Data Effective October 1

You can’t say you didn’t see this one coming.  AT&T has confirmed their plans to throttle data speeds for their heaviest users come October 1st.  The good news here is that it doesn’t affect everyone, only the top 5% users.  Why?  Because they clog the tubes for everyone ...

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Samsung Insider Takes to XDA to Explain How Updates Work, It’s “Largely Political”

Picture a snowball rolling down a hill, getting bigger by the moment and you'll have an image of the growing hostility over the situation. Just what the heck is going on over at Samsung? Someone reporting to be from the inside of the handset maker has taken to XDA to share a few details. As ...

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What Will You Ask Santa For?

Let’s have some fun this weekend, shall we?  We’re looking to see what you guys and gals want from Santa as it relates to Android.  Maybe you’re really asking your loved ones to get you a Galaxy Tab. Perhaps you’d like to see a specific phone/tablet released by the end ...

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Sprint’s ‘Lights’ TV Commercial Brings Holiday Awkwardness [VIDEO]

If you haven't been watching TV lately, Sprint's recent television commercials have been providing bite sized, 30-second clips of awkward situations worthy of The Office. Touting their rate plans and features, the ads don't mention any specific phone, rather they focus on the carrier's ...

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Android Quarterly Report Card (US Carriers)

Welcome the first AndroidGuys quarterly report card.  This post is designed to let you guys and gals know how we think the carriers are doing as it pertains to Android.  We conducted a blind, internal poll with members of our staff deciding how they would grade each US wireless provider on ...

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Open Up! T-Mobile Readying Their Version of Any App, Any Handset

T-Mobile USA is gearing up to offer their own version of the App Store. Rather than offering programs for one device only, T-Mobile is making it so that developers can create one program that can span the entire product line. This would mean that you’d see the same applications available ...

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Would it be Too Much to Ask for Some Answers?

We’re coming up on the second half of 2008 and now only months away from the first Android handsets. So why do we know so little? There are 4 handset manufacturers considered to be founding members of the Open Handset Alliance. These companies (HTC, LG, Motorola, and Samsung) are no ...

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