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Android Phones

HTC One X vs. Samsung Galaxy S III Camera shootout

Anyone looking to purchase a phone on AT&T has a solid choice from either HTC or Samsung, the two best Android smartphone makers. Both the One X and Galaxy S III feature solid cameras that greatly improve on t…

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Android Phones and Devices

Motorola Atrix HD Review

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The term “midrange smartphone” is becoming a worthless misnomer. It used to be that if a phone lacked the premium features to match high-end phones, but was too powerful to fit the entry-level cla…

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Android App Reviews

OneLouder’s Slices curates and filters Twitter to be more relevant at the moment [App Reviews]

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Slice for Twitter is not your typical Twitter app. Designed by One Louder Apps, the same people who brought you popular Twitter client Tweetcaster, Slice works as a way to filter and discover certain types of pe…

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HTC

HTC One V Review – a smartphone suitable only for smartphone newbies

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The HTC One X and One S are both stellar phones that re-establish HTC’s place as a company capable of great design and focus. But the HTC One V, the smallest of HTC’s 2012 portfolio, is also a testament to that focus…

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Cases

Nexus 7 dock and travel cases launching August 24 according to leaked slides

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Accessory options for the Nexus 7 is so far limited to the official case sold in Google Play and a few third party protectors designed for the similarly sized Amazon Kindle Fire. Google’s co-branded tabl…

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Android Games

Final Fantasy I now available in Google Play

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One of the most revered games in history has found its way to Android. Square Enix has released the original Final Fantasy game for Android, bringing the the famous RPG title to mobile handsets for the price of $6…

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Android Apps

Android Apps Alert #100: The Games are upon us!

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100! Who would have thought that we’d ever get to this point? Finding the best Android apps was hard to do in the early days of the Android Market, which is exactly why we started the Android Apps Alert as a way to hig…

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AT&T

AT&T says Android 4.0 update coming to LG Nitro HD on July 31

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AT&T will add another phone to its Android 4.0 device portfolio when the LG Nitro HD is upgraded starting next Tuesday. The company promises that beginning July 31, customers should start seeing prompts t…

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Samsung

Oops! Samsung restores universal search on international Galaxy S III following mistaken removal

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Samsung is locked in a bitter patent dispute with Apple that requires the company to remove locally-stored data from its search widget on Android devices. The trouble is that the removal was only supposed to ta…

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Android Devices

NVIDIA embraces Miracast for screen mirroring, envisions Tegra 3 gaming on HDTV’s

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NVIDIA announced today that it is throwing its weight behind Miracast, a display standard that allows streaming of video and audio from mobile devices to HDTV’s. Miracast, a standard promoted by the Wi…

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Google

Google Fiber offers ridiculously fast Internet & TV in Kansas City, uses Nexus 7 as a remote

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Kansas City residents have a new home connectivity option in Google Fiber, a new home internet and television service that pushes the limits of what users typically expect from their providers. Google Fiber d…

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Sprint

Sprint promises 4G LTE in four more cities by Labor Day – once the angry birds move

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Sprint recently launched 4G LTE in a handful of cities, but the Now Network already has its eyes on a few more cities. Sprint announced that “before Labor Day,” it will deliver LTE service to the fol…

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AT&T

AT&T 4G LTE launches in South Florida, expands in MA and DC/MD/VA area

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AT&T 4G LTE is taking its talents to South Beach. AT&T announced today that its 4G LTE network has officially launched in Miami, and it has extended the good fortune to residents in Fort Lauderdale an…

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Android

Black Hat hackers show off Android vulnerabilities in NFC and Google Play Store

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Google, like all tech companies, is in a constant battle with hackers to expose and close security holes in products like Android. At the Black Hat conference in Las Vegas, hackers demonstrated multiple ways i…

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Android App Reviews

Instant Upload for Facebook copies one of the best features of Google+

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The only problem with Google+ Instant Upload is that a lot of the people I want to share photos with are still on Facebook. That naturally puts a damper on the ability to automatically upload photos to the cloud. I…

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