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Nexus 6P first impressions (P is for Premium); the best phone of 2015

It is really difficult to tell how great a phone is at a press event. As a writer, we literally get a few hours...

5 reasons you should be excited about Android 5.0

You may be under the impression that Android 5.0 Lollipop is just another software update from Google. And, to the undiscerning eye, that might...

I paid to unlock my phone and you should too

Recently, I became the new owner of a Moto X; however, here was a giant hoop I had to get over first before I could...

Last minute gift ideas for dads and grads

Question... You love your dad, right? That's cool, we love him, too. He's a pretty stand-up dude and he's always got our back. Ok,...

Google Play edition devices might not be a big seller [Guest Blog]

The smartphone market has completely revolutionized the mobile phone phenomena. These days it is understood that throughout the year we are going to have...

5 signs your Android could be infected

A guest post from Bitdefender Mobile Security.

What Android Licensing Means for Developers [Guest Post]

The following is a guest post from Mahshad Koohgoli, CEO of Protecode, Inc. a Canadian-based provider of open source license management solutions.  Koohgoli holds several...

War On Your Android Home Screen: The New Battleground Is Personalization

There is a shift happening, with people demanding that they want to move beyond what the manufacturer provides in a standard smartphone, away from content and media personalization, and moving toward the ability to personalize the entire mobile experience. Android is the best phone for enabling people to do this, but it poses a threat to OEMs and Carriers who are losing control, and seeing their branded identity disappear from view. The Home Screen is the only way to retain branded identity, and is becoming the key differentiator in today's market. That’s why HipLogic has developed a new app called *Spark to meet this demand,

Samsung debuts Star Wars edition of Galaxy Note 10+

Samsung introduces a Galaxy Note 10+ bundle that's themed for the latest Star Wars film. Unlocked, it will run $1,300 when it launches December 13.
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