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Remind is group messaging without the social media ties (review)

While you may have choices in creating online group messaging capabilities, most of those require everybody in your group being a member of a...

Huawei MediaPad M3 Tablet: A true mid-level Android option (review)

Introduction Today's tablet world lacks a lot of parity. On one hand you have the premium devices like the iPad lineup, or the Samsung Galaxy...

Save 40% and stream all of your favorite media in Ultra HD with the...

Since many of us are turning into cable-cutters and getting rid of those ridiculous contracts tied to having TV, devices like the Chromecast, Nexus...

High-end Android-based media player funded on Indiegogo

Back when I first got into the world of Android, I still carried my iPod because it was nice to be able to have...

Texture by Next Issue: All you can read magazine subscription [App Review]

You may have heard of Netflix and all you can eat buffets before. If you haven't, come out from under that rock and live...

Nexus Player: Google’s next attempt at conquering the living room

Along with Google's other slew of new products. the Nexus Player has just been announced and is Google's next attempt at bringing the Android...

Moxivo: a multiroom audio system like no other

We always like to see something that's a little bit different, and that's exactly what Moxivo is doing with their Indiegogo campaign.Many homes now...

Amazon Cloud Drive Photos app re-designed

Finding that view pictures or video from your cloud storage isn't that fun? Amazon Cloud Drive Photos app has recently been re-designed with the...

Google Chromecast, a $35 device to stream media, web to any HDTV

Put on your suit and tie, folks, and get ready to meet Chromecast. Google just announced the new device, and what it does is...

Banjo 3.0 brings location-based social media and networking to a new level

If you followed the election coverage this past month, you may know that the media was using a new means of gathering polling data:...

Amazon partners with Epix

Amazon has not had much luck when it comes to competition in the movie-streaming business, but this might be changing in the near future because media-provider...

Google takes on home media with Nexus Q

Google's off to the races today with announcements across a multitude of platforms, some of them expected, some not so much. Falling into the...

Motorola and Best Buy Announce the XOOM Media Edition

We can't say we didn't see this coming after being leaked a while ago, but the exact specifications and details remained a mystery until...

VLC Media Player for Android Finally Enters Private Beta After Months of Push Backs

If you've been waiting for the VLC Media Player to hit Android, chances are you've given up by now. We reported about it coming...

Settle Those Song Lyric Arguments with TuneWiki

I don't know how many times that I have had intense debates/arguments with friends and family over song lyrics. Like many of you, I have the idiot savant ability to retain most of the song lyrics I have ever heard, and will fight to the death when someone questions my recall. Probably the most debated case in point for my family is the "Lollipop Guild" song sang by the Munchkins in the Wizard of Oz. I'm here to tell you, they are not singing "Lollipop Kids", but "Lollipop Guild". And now, being an Android user, there is a tool to prove my case, along with many other lyrics in the form of the new Android App from TuneWiki.
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