HP introduces Slate 21 all-in-one Android desktop

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The last time we saw something ‘Android’ from HP, it was back in May when they officially unveiled the HP SlateBook x2, a dual-OS device running on Windows 8 and Android. Now HP is back again, and this time, it is just Android. HP introduces their first ever Android powered ...

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Motorola announces Android powered desktop in China

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Motorola loves to come out with interesting Android powered devices, and this time they launched an Android based desktop known as Motorola HMC3260., but in China. It’s an home entertainment computer featuring 18.5-inch LED touchscreen and it can run all the Android apps and games, you ...

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The future of gaming is here: Spacetime Studios becomes first to unite MMOs across desktop and mobile platforms

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One of our favorite developers, SpaceTime Studios, has finally completed their goal of allowing users to play their MMOs together, regardless of platform. I’ve been a strong proponent of platform independent gaming for some time now and have always seen this as the future of gaming. With ...

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Remember the Days When 80MB was a Cavernous Hard Drive?

I sure do.  When my family bought our first computer, the dealer said that we would never need more than that 80MB, boy was he wrong!  As we enter the standard spec of a terrabyte of storage, the same analogy can be made to processors.  Back then, a 486 was FAST, now we use them... Read More

How To: Make Yourself a Crumply, Sketchy Home Screen

One of the great things about Android is the extent to which users can customize the user interface to their taste. With just a couple of readily available apps, you set up your phone to relive the days of doodling in notebooks and passing notes. Install ADW.Launcher, the Paperless System theme ...

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Clean Up Your Android Desktop with ‘Apps Organizer’

Are you finding yourself filling up most or all of your Android desktop screens with shortcuts and widgets?  Those with the “stock” Android experience will tell you it’s pretty easy to clutter three panels.  Most of us hate scrolling through the app drawer so we drop an icon ...

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Mobile Linux Not Supporting the Desktop Version

Just recently, we were tipped off to some exciting and somewhat disappointing news regarding the HTC Dream. I’ve been reading through everyone’s comments and many of them have been rather interesting to say the least. While going through them, something crossed my mind that ...

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