Ten apps add Chromecast support including some with locally stored content

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If you’re a Chromecast owner, then you just got a little present from some hardworking Android developers. Make that, a big present since 10 new apps have been added to the “Chromecast family.” According to Google, starting today you can enjoy more photos, videos and music on ...

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Eric Schmidt pens guide to converting from iPhone to Android

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Google’s Eric Schmidt took to his Google+ account yesterday to write up a rather lengthy guide on how to convert from iPhone to Android. As he notes, many of his friends are switch from Apple’s device to something that runs Android. His unofficial tutorial spans setting up your ...

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Aerb Bluetooth Keyboard w/ Touchpad + IR Blaster Review

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The Aerb Ultrathin Bluetooth Keyboard w/ Trackpad (Model Number: IBK-02) is a multi-OS capable mini Bluetooth Keyboard. AT FIRST GLANCE At first glance, this device looks to be the product you wished most external wireless keyboards would be, but never were lucky enough to find. This accessory ...

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ToyMail: Stay connected to the kids you love

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ToyMail on Kickstarter A recent Kickstarter campaign lets you stay connected to your kids, grandchildren, and more with ToyMail – We send Mail with Toys! So how does it work? ToyMail is a toy mailbox for your kids, you can send voice messages to their toys. When you, as a parent, ...

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Google Play downloads look to overtake Apple by this fall

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We talk a lot of smack about Apple around here, and this time I’m going to try and be a little kinder. Let me begin by saying congrats to Apple as they recently celebrated their 50-billionth app download. Ok, the ability to be nice stops there as it has been announced that Android users ...

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Android now powers almost 60% of mobile devices – about 3 times the amount of iOS devices

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During the first quarter of 2013, Android continued to surge forward. Google’s mobile platform powered an impressive 59.9% of all “smart” mobile devices sold, with a total shipment level of 308.7 million units. in comparison, Apple’s iOS powered only 19.3% of devices ...

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Google: We want Glass hacked

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...Not only that, Google plans to show you how.

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Jelly Bean is the safest version of Android yet

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Google made history at this year Google I/O by launching the best version of Android OS so far, which is known as the Jelly Bean a.k.a Android 4.1. The operating system is not only designed to give smooth and best experience, but also to protect users from malicious installations and other such ...

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Google may be accelerating development of their own voice assistant program

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It goes without saying: Apple’s Siri is one of the main selling points of iOS. It just works, and it just works well. We know also that Google has been working on their own voice assistant in the Google X Lab. Now, according to the Wall Street Journal, Google is speeding up their ...

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Apple’s request for early injunction against Samsung denied, Galaxy S III will launch on time

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Score one for Samsung, folks. Apple’s attempt to hold back the Galaxy S III failed, as the request for an early injunction by Apple was denied by Lucy Koh, u.S. District Judge from San Jose. Basically, she was too busy to hear the case before June 21st, which is when the Galaxy S III ...

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Apple drops Google maps, opts for an in-house alternative

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  It was only a matter of time, folks. Apple has officially announced that they’re dropping Google Maps on their iDevices and going for something cooked up within their own walled garden walls. Big loss? That stands for debate, as Google Maps has never really run terrifically on iOS. ...

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TomTom to launch Android application this summer – again

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If you are a big fan of GPS applications, then I am sure you are familiar with TomTom. TomTom is one of the leading applications and it’s been around for a long time – but it’s still not available for Android, yet is for iOS. Back in 2009, TomTom made it clear that they are... ...

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Digital Harmony Games Takes Cross Platform Multiplayer to a New Level with Dragons vs. Unicorns

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  While mobile gaming continues to grow at a practically exponential level, game development company Digital Harmony knows what players want, and plans to give it to them… soon. The company is slating their first title as “Dragons Vs. Unicorns,” and is using the game to show ...

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Factoring in Tablets, Android Has a Long Way to Go to Beat iOS

Comscore released a report earlier this week which covered mobile traffic over the last few months. One of the more interesting facts in this report is that although Android owns the majority of the smartphone market, iOS has a considerably larger share of internet traffic (measured in ...

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According to Nielsen Research, Games Most Popular Mobile App Category in US

All your smartphone are belong to us! Apparently no one is using their smartphone to be productive, they just want to play games! According to Nielsen research, games continue to be the most popular app category while productivity apps find themselves on the lower rungs of the ladder. This ...

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