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Half a billion low-cost smartphones to be in use by the end of the year, according to Deloitte report

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Every December or January, we are used to all kinds of companies and firms conducting surveys or releasing studies and, while most of the time these are boring as heck, we have for you today a pretty interesting r…

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Google: 39% of smartphones used in bathroom, 79% for shopping; ads are everywhere

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No one needs a study to know that smartphones have become must-have devices at all times. There have been plenty of times that I’ve left home without my wallet, but I honestly don’t remember the las…

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Survey shows one in four Americans want Android tablets

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With the coming of the Galaxy Tab and possible releases of a number of Android tablets at the end of the year, the question still remains: do most consumers really want or need a tablet device? We have seen the suc…

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Android’s gesture unlock screen is suceptible to “smudge attacks”

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Ever since my 10-year-old cousin was able to get onto my G1 without my permission, I’ve known that the Android gesture unlock screen wasn’t as secure as most would like. The little runt was able to g…

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Top 10 Android apps appear on 34% to 99% of phones using AppBrain

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Whether the Android Market has 70,000 or 100,000 apps, there are more Android apps than any one device will ever be able to hold. AppBrain argues that “Quality, not quantity” is what matters most i…

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