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  • How to: Use your USB flash drives with the Nexus 7 [root]

    One of the few negative points with the Nexus 7 for some, is the lack of any sizable on-board storage. Indeed, looking at a couple of the latest big name game titles such as Max Payne or the Amazing Spider...

    2012-08-02 00:48:38
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  • iOS developer says 'Android designed for piracy'

    Matt Gemmell, iOS developer and author on Apple-centric sites and publications such as MacFormat and Tap!, has written a post on his blog about how "Android was designed for piracy from the ground up"...

    2012-08-02 00:43:58
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  • HTC to build another Facebook phone in 2013, says Bloomberg

    Despite failing to set the world alight with 2011's ChaCha and Salsa, HTC and Facebook will collaborate once again to bring another Facebook phone to market next year, according to reports from Bloomberg...

    2012-08-02 00:38:14
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  • Samsung launches Olympic flip cover for Galaxy S3

    The Samsung Galaxy S3 (S III) is the official phone of the Olympic Games, so it stands to reason that that device would get some love as the 30th Olympiad gets underway.

    2012-08-02 00:33:46
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  • Samsung Conquer 4G (Sprint) review

    The Samsung Conquer 4G (Sprint) made a name of itself last summer by being Sprint's first budget WiMAX 4G device. And considering the low asking price, what it brought to the table was surprisingly compete...

    2012-08-02 00:21:22
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  • Watch The Oppo Finder Pound Nails Into A Board Without Break

    The Oppo Finder may not hold the title of the world’s thinnest smartphone for very much longer — the leaked ZTE Athena could beat it by mere .03mm — but for now, it’s enjoying its 15 minutes of...

    2012-08-01 23:30:19
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  • 2012 London Olympics Limited Edition of the Galaxy S3 launch

    Taiwanese residents are set to get one of the more interesting Samsung Galaxy S3 packages currently available. Samsung has released a special edition of the device to commemorate the 2012 Olympics set...

    2012-08-01 23:17:12
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  • Beats and HTC start going in separate directions

    Last year’s HTC investment in Beats Audio was one of the biggest moves we have seen the Taiwanese manufacturer make. Bundling Beats Audio software along with some of the best headphones in the market...

    2012-08-01 23:10:50
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  • What can we expect from the next Nexus smartphone?

    With the Nexus 7 and Nexus Q released and out of the way, we can’t help but think about a certain topic we have been very quiet about for quite some time. Let me break the ice and say it, because I am...

    2012-08-01 23:03:46
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  • Jelly Bean: is it really as smooth as butter? [Poll]

    When Google announced Android 4.1 they introduced a very intriguing feature. That feature would be called Project Butter and it would attempt to bring the smoothest experience we’ve had for Android ...

    2012-08-01 22:58:36
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  • Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro (APQ8064) MDP benchmarks blow awa

    As mentioned earlier, we've just gotten our hands on Qualcomm's latest development platform to see how its first quad core chipset fares. And boy, that APQ8064 really doesn't disappoint, but it should...

    2012-08-01 22:41:40
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  • Official Ice Cream Sandwich Update Leaks For Motorola's Atri

    Users of Motorola's Atrix 2 who have been yearning for a taste of Ice Cream Sandwich on their devices have something to be excited about today – earlier this morning, an official ICS OTA update was leake...

    2012-08-01 21:26:18
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  • ASUS Announces Its Jelly Bean Plans For Transformer Pad,Prim

    You might remember ASUS as the company that manufactured the overwhelmingly popular Nexus 7 tablet. Did you know that ASUS makes other tablets as well? It's true! Among them are the Transformer Pad, Transf...

    2012-08-01 21:18:15
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  • Security expert shows that Android and Nokia NFC can be hack

    A research consultant has revealed to Ars Technica that he can force NFC-equipped Android and Nokia phones to run malicious code in several ways -- but only with specific devices and constraints. The first...

    2012-08-01 19:48:40
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  • Microsoft vs. Motorola decision sees Droids banned in German

    The latest development in our neverending saga of worldwide patent warfare is a decision by a Mannheim judge banning Motorola's Android devices on the basis that they violate a FAT storage patent owned...

    2012-08-01 19:39:22
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  • ZTE Grand X reaches UK shops a tad early through Phones4U

    Virgin Mobile had originally promised the UK version of the ZTE Grand X for early August. The carrier just can't contain its enthusiasm: it's letting retail partner Phones4U sell the budget smartphone...

    2012-08-01 19:32:58
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  • Meizu MX 4-Core Review: It's Like Sticking A V10 In A Ford P

    The Meizu MX 4-Core is a truly interesting phone. And as an extention of that, Meizu itself is an interesting company. Founded by Jack Wong, it gained international notoriety when its M8 smartphone drew...

    2012-08-01 19:20:26
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  • Motorola RAZR HD Passes Through The FCC, Confirms NFC Suppor

    When last we heard from the RAZR HD, it was posing for blurry cam shots. The new Motorola device, which is rumored to be packing a 13MP camera, LTE, and a mega 3,300 mAh battery, has gone through the FCC...

    2012-08-01 19:03:57
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  • Galaxy Note 10.1 Unboxed In Korea,Uncovers 1.4GHz Quad-Core

    The waiting game for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 has been going on for several months now, but signs that the release is quickly approaching just keep pouring in. The latest of the bunch is probably the...

    2012-08-01 18:55:19
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  • Android to get support for multiple users

    It looks like Google is slowly adding specific code to Android that will eventually be used to enable multi-user support in the operating system. That was found out by AndroidPolice, with a bit of help...

    2012-08-01 18:45:10
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