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Nexus 9 gets an October 16 release date


The anticipated HTC Nexus 9, dubbed Volantis, has been in “rumored” stage for quite a while now, with rumors saying it might show up at HTC’s Double Exposure event on October 8. New information has surfaced, though, and the long-awaited Nexus 9 tablet has a new rumored October 16 release date. If the Nexus 9 is indeed released on October ...

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OnePlus One available for pre-order for a limited time

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Many of you have probably heard about the OnePlus One flagship, since it has become a quite popular device among Android enthusiasts this year. One of the main back-draws of the OnePlus One is that you can only get it by invite, meaning that you would need to get an invitation from someone who already has the phone. Many have ...

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Nexus 6 vs iPhone 6 – flagships head to head


The iPhone 6 was one of the most anticipated phones of the year until it was released recently, whilst the Nexus 6 continues to be one of the most awaited new Google devices of the year. Since the two phones are among the most popular topics among tech enthusiasts and each phone represents the top-notch example of its respective OS, ...

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Android One will sell 2 million units according to MediaTek


The Android One program has just taken its first few steps in India with a great launch involving three new $100 devices. The Android One program is Google’s initiative to offer pure Android mid-range phones for small prices to emerging markets like India. The new Android One line included the Karbonn Sparkle V, Micromax Canvas A1 and Spice Dream Uno. ...

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iOS 8 – what’s new?


iOS 8 has just been launched by Apple earlier, after being teased at the Flint Center show where the company announced the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, Apple Watch, Apple Pay and gave a little inside information on Apple’s HealthKit and fitness monitoring features incorporated in the new devices. iOS 8 was pretty anticipated among Apple mobile device users because ...

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ZTE ZMAX mid-range cheap and powerful phablet


ZTE has just unveiled the ZMAX, a mid-range phablet that can compete with many new mid-range phones from Lenovo, HTC, Lumia, Alcatel and even Sony. The ZMAX promises to be a powerful and cheap device which will fit right into the mid-range category phablet-sized smartphone. With all the new releases from various OEMs this fall, ZTE felt that it cannot ...

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Cosmos for Android allows internet browsing via SMS


Cosmos for Android is an application that was designed with markets that don’t have widespread access to LTE and 3G in mind. Cosmos is essentially a browser which bypasses the need for 3G or LTE and uses SMS messages to help you browse the web. Supposedly, Cosmos will be released on the Google Play Store in less than a month, ...

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Android Silver might be cut

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Rumors about Android Silver overpowering the Nexus line were heard at the beginning of Summer, but Google has stated that the Nexus line is alive and kicking, reinforcing speculations about a new Nexus 6 smartphone joining Google’s Nexus portfolio. Android Silver has been absent from the news ever since, with no mention from Google about what it’s planning for the ...

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CyanogenMod 11 M10 released today

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The CyanogenMod monthly update began rolling out today, with the promise of a few new features and a lot of bug fixes. CyanogenMod is an open source Android firmware many are keen on because it offers a lot of customization compared to stock Android or other ROMs. The only issue with CyanogenMod is that on most devices, you need to ...

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Android productivity apps – must have


Many of us, myself included, chose to get a smartphone not because we like seeing caller ID replaced with photos and messages with bubbles, but to use our phones as devices that help us be punctual, productive and organized. The smartphone has become a device that encompasses all your daily needs starting from to-do lists to meals, schedules, notes, books, ...

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