Duolingo – Comprehensive language-learning in your pocket

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Duolingo finally brought their web-favorite language-learning software to Android, and it is easily the best way to start learning a new language on the go.  Duolingo brings all its web features to our smartphones including broken hearts, trophies, and a sleek interface. It is no secret that ...

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WSJ: Google working on Android-based game console

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Google is in the process of developing an Android-based gaming console, reports the Wall Street Journal. Presumably tied to the Google Play Games announced at Google I/O, the console is said to be one of multiple pieces of hardware slated for Google’s roadmap. The others? An Android-based ...

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Google introduces new Android device management features for BYOD crowd

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Google this week announced new features for Google Apps for Business, Government, and Education which provide admins with additional tools in the “bring your own device” (BYOD) environment. Available immediately, these features are some of the most top requested items from ...

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Rumored Motorola DVX created for emerging markets

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According to recent rumors, Google and Motorola may have a brand new device in the works. The mystery device has been code-named the DVX, which is slated to follow the Moto X and be an extremely cheap device aimed at emerging markets. This means no Snapdragon 800 CPU with a 4k screen, however ...

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Motorola, now Holo-themed!

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It looks as though Google is making some much needed changes to the Motorola logo, bringing their Holo colors to surround the Original “M” symbol and updating the font and case of the company name. The now all lower-case will be followed by the new tag-line “a Google ...

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Google rumored to be preparing a new service to help you get organized

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According to an unofficial Google blog, Google is preparing a new service called Google Mine. It looks to be integrated with Google+ and offers a way to keep track of the items you own (or you’d like to own) and share them with your circles. According to rumors you will be able to: ...

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Auralux – The trench warfare of RTS games

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Auralux offers a slight deviation from the standard RTS fare.  The background music is out of this world, and it differs depending on the way you play the game.  Aside from the dazzling light show, Auralux can set up monumental battles that can last for hours. You can compare Auralux most ...

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Second generation of Nexus 7 coming in July?

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Sources claim the tablet will focus more on mid-range price point this time around.

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Reddit Illustrated – A quicker way to enjoy /r/aww and /r/WTF

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Reddit Illustrated brings a different look to Reddit.  Instead of a simple article list of stories and images, Reddit Illustrated brings a card-style UI to show a quick heading or an picture straight to the front of your screen.  Though it lacks a few key features (Post-edit:  A few of these ...

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Printing from an Android device is a breeze with new Google Cloud Print app

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Until today, printing from an Android device proved to be a chore. Sure, some printer companies have their own apps to print to specific models, but it’s not a simple process. That changes with the release of Google’s official Cloud Print app for Android. You are using Cloud Print, ...

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Google Glass gets a full teardown, and it’s built to impress

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So, you get a new pair of Google Glasses. What’s the first thing you do? Tear it apart piece by piece, of course. Well, that’s what the folks over at catwig have done, anyway. Catwig took apart Google Glass, and laid out all the hardware: everything from the optics (which use a ...

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A2Z – Multiple modes of A-to-Z finger frolicking

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A2Z is an awesome and quick game that makes you tap from A to Z as fast as you can.  There are plenty of similar games that can make your fingers fly, but A2Z delivers multiple modes and difficulties to have you playing for dozens of minutes at a time.  It also has Google Play... Read More

Years later, Gingerbread still leads all versions of Android

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Ice Cream Sandwich and Jelly Bean gain traction but Android 2.3 still heads the pack.

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Google adds nutrition info cards to Google Now

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Whether you’re trying to lose some weight for the beach months, or have some dietary restrictions, or just plain trying to eat healthier, nutritional information is your friend when it comes to being healthy. Google has now added cards to Google Now to give nutrition information, and ...

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Ice Rage – A bear walks into a hockey rink…

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Ice Rage brings hockey to your Android device in the form of bears, brawls, and general mayhem.  It does not necessarily deliver these all the time, but the makers of WWII: Strategy and Tactics have created a fun, fast-paced, arcade-style hockey game so that you can deliver all the bumps and ...

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