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Acer Dishes Out $400 Android All-In-One PC

Acer Dishes Out $400 Android All-In-One PC

Although Android already has a very significant and sizable presence in both the smartphone and tablet markets, the platform is also becoming a prominent player in the PC arena. Acer is now about to announce an all-in-one PC that will be priced at a mere $400 and will come packed with a whole plethora of great features.

By On June 2, 2013 1 Response
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Tim Cook Opens Up, Talks About Android, Future Of iOS And Google Glass

Tim Cook Opens Up, Talks About Android, Future Of iOS And Google Glass

At the AllThingsD D11 conference, Apple’s chief Tim Cook opened up during an interview, talking at length about Android, the future of OS X and iOS, as well as a number of other issues. Given below are few glimpses of his talk and the opinions he cited towards the aforementioned issues.

By On May 29, 2013 Respond
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LG Announces Nexus 4 White, Coming On May 29

LG Announces Nexus 4 White, Coming On May 29

There have been rumors for months that a white version of the Nexus 4 was in the pipeline, but so far nothing has been announced officially either by Google or LG. Today, LG has announced the Nexus 4 White.

By On May 28, 2013 Respond
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Walmart Selling Hisense Sero 7-Inch Android Tablet From $99

Walmart Selling Hisense Sero 7-Inch Android Tablet From $99

Usually the tablets found in the market cost more than $100. But online retailer Walmart has started selling Hisense Sero 7-inch Android tablets from $99!

By On May 26, 2013 1 Response
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Fairphone – World’s First Ethical Smartphone – Is Up For Pre-Order

Fairphone – World’s First Ethical Smartphone – Is Up For Pre-Order

Three years ago, an initiative named Fairphone was launched in Netherlands. It aimed to educate people about the impact of using conflict minerals in mainstream consumer electronics. The project grew far beyond that over the years and gave birth to Fairphone – the world’s first ethical smartphone, named after its creators. This ethical smartphone is now up for pre-order.

By On May 26, 2013 Respond
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Android 4.3 Spotted At Thailand Mobile Expo

Android 4.3 Spotted At Thailand Mobile Expo

Google conventionally takes the occasion of its I/O event to discuss its plans regarding the upcoming Android firmware releases. However, this year, the company had been unusually quiet about these plans, stirring many rumors and speculations. Now, what appears to be Android 4.3, has been spotted running atop Nexus 4.

By On May 26, 2013 Respond
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Android Malware Forwards All Incoming Messages

Android Malware Forwards All Incoming Messages

Android is an open-source platform, which means that although it’s great for developers, it also comes with certain security risks. Every other day, a new Android malware is found which puts millions of users at risk. Now, a new Android malware has been discovered which can forward all incoming messages to a potential hacker.

By On May 24, 2013 Respond
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Samsung Launches $800,000 App Challenge For Galaxy S4

Samsung Launches $800,000 App Challenge For Galaxy S4

Samsung regularly hosts such events which may entice app developers and help the company bring these developers on board for its Android devices. The company has launched $800,000 ‘Smart App Challenge 2013′ focused on getting top-quality apps for Galaxy S4.

By On May 21, 2013 Respond
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Lenovo K900 Starts Selling In China, International Launch In Summer

Lenovo K900 Starts Selling In China, International Launch In Summer

Lenovo unveiled its first Android 4.0 phone, the K900, at CES 2013. The differentiating characteristic of this flagship phone is its Intel Clover Trail+ processor. The Intel-powered Lenovo K900 has started selling in China. Lenovo said the international launch, in unspecified markets, is due this summer.

By On May 20, 2013 Respond
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Google Barely Makes Any Major Announcements At I/O

Google Barely Makes Any Major Announcements At I/O

Google I/O is the key event where the company discusses its future plans and often unveils new offerings. However, this time, Google failed to stir the tech audience by making any major audience. Compared to sheer number of rumors of expected releases, the event turned out to be rather underwhelming.

By On May 16, 2013 Respond
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Users Unsatisfied With Android Apps Ported To BlackBerry

Users Unsatisfied With Android Apps Ported To BlackBerry

In a bid to reach out to the developer community, BlackBerry has accepted many such apps which were ported from the Android platform. Currently, nearly 20 percent of the apps available for BlackBerry 10 are ported. However, users seem unsatisfied with the quality of such BlackBerry apps.

By On May 15, 2013 Respond
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Massive Google Play Update With ‘Games’ Support Rolling Out Slowly

Massive Google Play Update With ‘Games’ Support Rolling Out Slowly

Google has released a new version 3.1.36 of Google Play services and it is very slowly rolling out to devices now. Currently, most of the device sport Google Play services 3.0.27, and it expected the version 3.1.36 will bring massive updates. The most important of these would be changes that will push Google Play Games.

By On May 12, 2013 Respond
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[Rumor] Google Abandons X Phone Project! What Is XFON Then?

[Rumor] Google Abandons X Phone Project! What Is XFON Then?

Have you heard about the Google X Phone? I guess, many of our readers already heard rumors about it. The X Phone was largely speculated to be a flagship device developed by Google with some unique design features like unbreakable screen and double the battery life. Some were also saying that the device will actually come with a Motorola branding, since Motorola is solely owned by Google. After months of speculation, last month we saw a purported image of a device named XFON with the Motorola logo embossed on it. The phone was speculated to be the ‘X Phone’. Seems, some people disagree.

By On May 11, 2013 1 Response
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Earl: A Solar-Powered Android Tablet For Backcountry Survival

Earl: A Solar-Powered Android Tablet For Backcountry Survival

In the race for newer, brighter and faster tablets we’ve lost our touch with the basics. No matter how fast, no matter how bright, no matter how rugged a device is, at the end of the day it has to be running to be of use. If the tablet is meant for outdoor use, then this is felt even more.

By On May 11, 2013 1 Response
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Purported Image Of LG Optimus G2 Leaked

Purported Image Of LG Optimus G2 Leaked

Google’s I/O conference 2013 is just at the door, and we’re regularly hearing a lot rumors related to new Android devices. One of our well-known friend @evleaks has leaked another image of an unnamed LG smartphone, expected to be the LG Optimus G2.

By On May 6, 2013 Respond
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