Sony announces Xperia M2 Aqua

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Sony dove into the mid range phone market with the Xperia M2 Aqua. The M2 Aqua offers up mid range specs with premium features like Sony’s OmniBalance, waterproofing at IP65/68 and Xperia camera apps. The spec list for the M2 Aqua is not overwhelming, but this is a midrange phone. The ...

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Locket returns bringing new life to your lock screen

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The average person checks their phones about 110 times throughout the day. Most of those 110 times, you are just turning your device onto the lock screen to view the notifications bar and will be turning it right back off. Locket is looking to improve that experience by adding some relevance to ...

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The best free RSS Reader apps for Android

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Last week, I took a look at 3 of the top paid RSS reader applications for Android users. The three apps that I covered, were Press, Reader+, and Amber RSS. After much testing, I still couldn’t pick a winner between Press and Reader+. This week, I’m going to take a look at the top ...

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Android L developer preview live now!

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Android L was announced yesterday at Google I/O without a code name and without a version number. What was announced was a developer preview to be released the following day, which is today! The downloads are now available here. The downside is, you must have a developer device meaning you must ...

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Android TV announced by Google

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As you no doubt know by now, Google’s developer conference I/O kicked off yesterday with the keynote address. While I was unable to attend the conference in person I did watch the live stream on my computer. And, as many of you understand, one of the numerous announcements that Google ...

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Yahoo Aviate: Flight out of beta

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Yahoo Aviate, after spending quite some time in beta, is finally ready for the public. Yahoo has removed the invite system and the app no longer requires you to have an invite code for access. They have also added a UI update providing a cleaner launcher than before. For those who aren’t ...

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Our favorite news readers for Android

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After Google Reader died, the poor souls who used RSS feeds for their main source of news were forced to move on. RSS isn’t dead quite yet, and there are tons of really nice apps for Android out there. Here’s a list, in no particular order, of some of the readers we use on our... ...

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SlickLogin acquired by Google for sound-based authentication

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Security is always a topic of hot discussion, and more so with a company like Google who host a lot of your information under one roof when it comes to Google+ and Gmail. It’s also of no secret that passwords are not secure, despite popular belief – every password can be ...

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The Humble Bundle is Back!

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The Humble Bundle is back, and this time every game is compatible with Android. The Humble Bundle is a great way to purchase a few cross-platform games all in one pack. Instead of paying a set price for the set, you actually get to choose your own price and you can even choose how the... Read More

Google Currents now features breaking news, other improvements

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If you’re a fan of Google Currents, then you’ll love this. The app now features breaking news items, rated by Google. The really cool part? The breaking news items can also come from sources that you aren’t subscribed to, keeping you up to date no matter what your interests ...

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Flipboard for Android now officially available in the Play Store for free

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We’ve seen leaks of Flipboard for Android ever since the first dump of the Galaxy S III software. After that, Flipboard was available in limited betas to specific users. Now, however, Flipboard has finally hit the Play Store, and you can head on over and pick up your copy. Flipboard is a ...

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ComScore releases latest results: Samsung and Android still on top; Siri cries in disbelief

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According to ComScore’s latest numbers, Samsung and Android remain on top despite the release of the “revolutionary” iPhone 4S and its side-kick Siri. Samsung remains the top manufacturer, holding onto 25.5 percent of total mobile subscribers (a number that will surely ...

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Periscope, from News360, brings depth to news sites on Chrome and more [PRESS RELEASE]

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News360 Introduces Periscope, Brings Depth and Insight to News Across the Web New Extension for Chrome, Firefox and Safari Brings Popular News App Features to Thousands of News Sites   SUNNYVALE, CA — NOVEMBER 17, 2011 – News360, the popular cross-platform newsreader that delivers ...

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Swissinfo.ch Releases new Android app Complete with Interdevice Romance

The nine-language news and information platform produced by the Swiss public broadcasting corporation announced a new Android app today. While the app features the usual mobile feed of news and weather, it’s a companion video released by swissinfo.ch that has garnered much attention. ...

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AndroidGuys Weekly Wrap Up 9-26-11: HTC Rhyme, Artix 2, and More!

Let’s take a look back at some of the bigger, more newsworthy items from last week, shall we?  There was plenty to talk about in the world of Android, but we’ve narrowed it down to a few items.  Hit the video after the break and join our own Phil Esposito as he runs through some of ...

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