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Day One Apps: The first apps we install on every new Android (Volume 3)

As someone who has gone through his fair share of Android phones and tablets over the years, I’ve also installed and reviewed countless apps and games. As such, there some

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Day One Apps: The first apps we install on every new Android (Volume 1)

Whenever I get a new Android device (which is often), there are a few things that I do right off the bat. Obviously, I sign in with my Google account(s),

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Trends Today: the social media world of #hashtags (App Review)

In today’s world of technology, we are able to communicate faster than ever. A simple #hashtag, like, or comment can help keep us informed of all that is happening around

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Google Voice integration with Hangouts is nearly done, debug tool suggests

Google Voice integration with Hangouts is just a matter of time. We wrote about it earlier this year. Hangouts would then be Google’s unified chat client, it would serve all

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Reddit seeks developers for official mobile app

Are you an app developer looking for work in the San Francisco area? Reddit may be the place for you! Reddit is looking to go mobile, and would like to

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HTC announces HTC Advantage: screen replacements, timely updates, and more!

A few days ago, HTC held an AMA (Ask Me Anything) on Reddit, possibly gearing people up for the launch of a new product. During the session, they spilled the

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HTC: New Flagship devices to get major updates for 2 years

Hoping to open up a session to hear what their customers had to think, HTC hosted an Ask Me Anything on Reddit, taking questions on pretty much anything. Something we

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Ask HTC Anything on Reddit today

Have you ever wanted to ask HTC why they stopped making Windows Phones? Or… about why it takes so long for them to issue updates? Or how about why the

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

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

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Review: BaconReader – The Reddit app you’ve always wanted

If you’re like me, you spend a lot of time on Reddit. Huge, copious, generally relationship-ending amounts of time. (I’d like to take this opportunity to thank my wife for

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BaconReader for Reddit Gets Updated with New Features

If you’re a big reddit fan, you need to be using BaconReader. This app is tremendously popular among redditors, both for its functionality and stylish look. Yesterday, its developer OneLouder