CyanogenMod 11.0 M8 begins rolling out to select devices

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For avid followers of CyanogenMod you’ll be pleased to hear that version 11.0 M8 that moves to the Android 4.4.4 KitKat codebase has hit download servers today for a select few devices. The devices that will have CyanogeMod 11.0 M8 available to them include: OnePlus One, Oppo Find 7a, ...

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Moto G with LTE now available

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Motorola are offering up the Moto G with LTE support on their website for $219 in both black and white. The budget smartphone is a great little device, and now you can now grab it with 4G. It is available with 8GB of internal storage but the LTE variant of the Moto G comes with... Read More

How To: Stream Spotify, Pandora, and Rdio to your ROCKI with AirAudio

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ROCKI has finally finished its Kickstarter campaign having completely nailed their target and units are beginning to find their way to the backers of the project. The kind team over at ROCKI have provided AndroidGuys with a review unit so be sure to look out for that in the near future. ...

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Intel unveils 64-bit kernel for Android 4.4 KitKat

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Intel has officially announced that they have completed early work on an Android 4.4 KitKat kernel that support a 64-bit architecture. With this release, the company ported, validated and tested the Android Open Source code on [Intel Architecture], taking on the work that developers typically ...

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Google VP dishes on future of Chromecast

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Google’s Chromecast device has started off modestly, with approved service providers slowly being added since it’s launch earlier this year. According to an interview of Google VP of Product Management Mario Queiroz on Gigaom, 2014 is going to be the year for Chromecast to grow. The ...

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Google updates shipping status for remaining Nexus 7 orders

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Over at the Google Play support page for the Nexus 7, Google has finally given some solid shipping dates. If you’re still waiting for your Nexus 7 tablet, you’ll want to give this a read. According to the site; In the US: We’ve shipped all standalone Nexus 7 8GB orders (e.g.: those ...

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Adobe will not support Flash for Jelly Bean Devices, ends Flash for Android completely on August 15

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We Android users have had the advantage of using flash on our devices for a very long time. However, Adobe has come out and announced two things. First off, they will not be supporting Flash on any Jelly Bean devices, which brings us to the second announcement: Installs of Flash for Android ...

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Hulu Rep Speaks Out on GoogleTV

It seems that I have a problem. Whenever something comes out with the Google logo on it, I am drawn to it in a way that has been described as "reason enough for scientists to rethink motion based physics". I am a happy beta supporter, and feel that my opinion in those arenas help in some small ...

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Where Do We Stand in the Tech Ecosystem? [OPNION]

Fanboys, Enthusiasts, Enablers, Advocates, Supporters, Promoters, or whatever you decide to call yourself today. You are the tech guy (or gal). Those around you look to you for advice, support, and the inside scoop on what’s next. Everyone that fits this description does a variant of what ...

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Samsung Continuum – A Sinking Ship Without Developers

Last night Samsung unveiled their next Galaxy S phone, the Samsung Continuum. The handset offers many exclusive features that have the potential to offer some really new features to anyone who would want this kind of phone. Unfortunately I think that list is getting smaller and smaller, given ...

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Google Seeking Customer Support Professionals for Nexus One

If there’s one area where Google could improve the Nexus One experience, it would be in how support is handled.  Thankfully, things look to be headed in a positive direction.  A posting has been found on a Google’s job board that shows the company seeking a “Phone Support ...

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Forceclose.com Helps Those in Need of Android Advice

Sometimes sites have a catchy name but lose out when it comes to content. Forceclose.com wins points on both fronts. Foreclose is a question and answer site dedicated exclusively to Android. The questions posted vary from the simple “How do I delete an icon from my homescreen” to ...

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Mobile Linux Not Supporting the Desktop Version

Just recently, we were tipped off to some exciting and somewhat disappointing news regarding the HTC Dream. I’ve been reading through everyone’s comments and many of them have been rather interesting to say the least. While going through them, something crossed my mind that ...

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