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CheapCast Can Turn Android Devices Into Chromecast Dongles

CheapCast Can Turn Android Devices Into Chromecast Dongles

Google recently released Chromecast, it’s new and tiny TV dongle which costs a very affordable $35. However, a new app called ‘Cheapcast’ claims that you can have Chromecast for free! The Android app essentially makes your Android handset act like a Chromecast dongle, saving you the $35.

By On September 1, 2013 Respond
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Mozilla Previews New UI In Firefox For Android

Mozilla Previews New UI In Firefox For Android

Mozilla team has been working on redesigning the Firefox for Android app. Now, the initial changes that will be added to the app can be previewed in the Nightly build of the app. The new changes bring a new, clean look to the browser.

By On August 22, 2013 Respond
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CyanogenMod Offers Secure Device-Tracking With Device Finder

CyanogenMod Offers Secure Device-Tracking With Device Finder

Currently, there are a number of services which let you recover your lost Android device. However, most of these services, offered as apps, are not very secure. The CyanogenMod team has offered a new Device Finder service which, it claims, will be absolutely secure to use.

By On August 21, 2013 Respond
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10 Must-Have Apps For This Summer

10 Must-Have Apps For This Summer

Here we have put together a short list of must-have apps which will help enhance your summer as well as your weekends. You deserve to make your vacation even better by checking out this list of 10 must-have apps for the hottest time of 2013.

By On August 17, 2013 Respond
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Android Exploit Forces Bitcoin Applications To Upgrade Wallets

Android Exploit Forces Bitcoin Applications To Upgrade Wallets

Recently, a serious cryptography problem was discovered in Android. The exploit, when used by hackers to break into Bitcoin wallets, would’ve enabled them to steal the currency. In view of the security loophole, several Bitcoin applications have upgraded their wallets.

By On August 14, 2013 Respond
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Amazon May Bring An Android Game Console This year

Amazon May Bring An Android Game Console This year

According to rumors, Amazon is working on an Android game console. The console, along with a dedicated controller, is expected to ship this holiday season. Amazon will also offer digital games, sold through its online store, for the console.

By On August 10, 2013 Respond
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Instagram Video Finally Lands On Android Devices

Instagram Video Finally Lands On Android Devices

It has been a while since Instagram introduced the feature of recording videos on its iOS app. The popular photo-sharing service has now released an update to its Android app. The update allows Android users to update their 15-second videos.

By On August 8, 2013 Respond
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AT&T Decides To Abandon Unlocked Bootloader Support

AT&T Decides To Abandon Unlocked Bootloader Support

AT&T has been offering unlocked bootloader support for a number of devices in the past. Now, however, the wireless carrier has decided to stop lending the unlocked bootloaders, apparently in view of the fact that Verizon has stuck to its locked bootloaders across all devices.

By On August 6, 2013 1 Response
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HTC To Bring 5.9-Inch HTC One Max Phablet [Rumor]

HTC To Bring 5.9-Inch HTC One Max Phablet [Rumor]

Taiwanese website ePrice has published a photo of a device larger than and similar to HTC One. The device is speculated to be the HTC One Max Phablet. HTC’s phablet will probably compete with Samsung’s Galaxy Note series. The smartphone-tablet hybrid is codenamed T6, and packs a 5.9-inch, 1080p display.

By On August 5, 2013 Respond
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Ouya CEO Offers Store Credit To Compensate Early Backers

Ouya CEO Offers Store Credit To Compensate Early Backers

Ouya’s KicksStarter campaign was a roaring success, bringing in tens of millions of dollars for the company. Since then, the team behind the console had been working hard on creating and shipping out to early backers of the campaign. But the schedule suffered many delays. Now, Ouya CEO aims to make up for that.

By On August 4, 2013 Respond
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Google Announces App To Help You Track Lost Android Handsets

Google Announces App To Help You Track Lost Android Handsets

Apple has long extended support to its customers in the form of services which help them locate their lost iOS devices. A similar service has been long due on the Android platform and now, Google has finally announced an app which will help Android users locate their lost handsets.

By On August 3, 2013 1 Response
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Android Malware Industry In Russia Uncovered At DEFCON

Android Malware Industry In Russia Uncovered At DEFCON

A recent report dished out by the mobile security company, Lookout, has revealed that there is a massive Android malware industry in Russia. So huge is the overall size of this industry that it accounts for the bulk of total SMS-based malware.

By On August 3, 2013 Respond
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Android Jelly Bean Run On More Than 40% Android Devices Now

Android Jelly Bean Run On More Than 40% Android Devices Now

For long, Android Gingerbread has held a steady dominion in the world of Android devices. It was run on the highest number of Android devices until recently. However, Jelly Bean has been steadily gaining ground and in light of the latest numbers, Jelly Bean now runs atop more than 40% devices.

By On August 2, 2013 Respond
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Panasonic To Bring Android-Powered Home Phone KX-PRX120

Panasonic To Bring Android-Powered Home Phone KX-PRX120

Panasonic is going to bring an Android home phone called the KX-PRX120. The phone runs on Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and offers an advanced telephone experience at home with new touch panel models.

By On July 31, 2013 Respond
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Sony Honami Smartphone Spotted At FCC

Sony Honami Smartphone Spotted At FCC

Another new smartphone from Sony, codenamed Honami, has been spotted at the FCC. The filling was submitted for approval on July 23rd. The handset has passed through the FCC, with the documents showing the Honami codename littered throughout. There was also a confidentiality request to be effective through September 30, 2013. According to the leaked shots, the handset is likely to arrive before the end of the third quarter.

By On July 29, 2013 Respond
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