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Android Phones

Google rumored to launch 32GB Nexus 4 with LTE at I/O

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Two of the chief complaints regarding the LG Nexus 4 is the fact that the largest amount of storage on the Nexus 4 is fixed at 16GB and that it lacks LTE connectivity.  According to a recent rumor, Google I/O may ver…

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Accessories

Pebble Smartwatch should see plenty of apps thanks to API so easy an app can be built in an hour [VIDEO]

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Pebble. By now, that name alone should trigger an involuntary reaction of facts and opinions. It’s the biggest Kickstarter project ever, the ultimate Android companion, and the most overrated/long-…

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Social

Pinterest Android apps hands-on first impressions

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Pinterest is the third best social network, behind Facebook and Twitter, if you let some people tell it. The social bookmarking and sharing service is especially popular among women, and that’s withou…

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Android apps

New update for Hulu Plus brings support for 7 inch devices and other improvements

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A recent update for Hulu Plus just landed in the Google Play Store and the update does bring a few notable improvements, enhancements, and functions.  Arguably, the most important change in the app is the abi…

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Google

Google I/O 2012 extended to 3 days, moved to June 27

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Google I/O is Google’s biggest developer event, and has become the launchpad for some big announcements relevant to consumers each year. I/O has grown beyond what Google can contain in two-days, so the…

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Entertainment

Google Music invites going out to non-Google I/O attendees

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All of the Google I/O 2011 attendees were very excited to hear that Google would give everyone in attendance a guaranteed invite to its new Google Music beta service. Well, all the American attendees at least. N…

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Lifestyle

Seesmic Honeycomb Android app: early preview and impressions [Video]

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Seesmic already delivers a popular Android app for managing social network accounts, but its not optimized for Honeycomb tablets. Yet. I stumbled across someone involved with Seesmic who gave me a tip that th…

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Android

Hey, Android Developers: pay more attention to people outside the United States [Opinion]

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Remember those eye-popping stats from Google I/O day 1? The stats about how billions of Android apps have been downloaded, millions of phones have been activated, and that thousands of apps are in the market? T…

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Android Apps

Android Market will soon allow developers to upload different app versions for different Android devices

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Android fragmentation problems? Poppycock! Google has just confirmed that it is releasing new developer tools that should give developers – and consumers – a way to alleviate some of the stress…

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Health

Lollihop uses Android to find healthy-but-tasty food in your area [Video Demo]

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You probably know all the best Android apps for finding food, but a great deal of those results may be no good for you. Who cares if the hottest restaurant in town comes highly recommended if you can’t eat an…

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Android OS

Google encouraging 18 month update pledge for Android phones – that’s encouraging, not requiring

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Google Android Product Manager Hugo Barra had our hearts a flutter when when he announced that Google is forming a task force to encourage companies to commit to updating their Android phones. “When har…

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Android

Google Music for Android now official. Music app updated now available

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Google Music lives. After keeping android phone owners on the edge of their keyboards for nearly a year, Google has finally confirmed that its cloud-based music streaming service will launch soon in the Unite…

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Google TV

Can apps and a refresh at I/O 2011 save Google TV?

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Google TV has been rather disappointing for Google and its launch partners Logitech and Sony. Recent earnings reports say that Logitech has probably moved about 200,000 units in the past six months, leaving t…

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Uncategorized

Google I/O will have livestream to make it feel like you’re there

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Yes, we were just as disappointed to find out that Google I/O 2011 ticket sales ended in just under an hour. Google wisely realized that’s sort of a problem when the entire aim of a developer conference is t…

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Android News

Last Call for Google I/O to give away 100 passes to the sold-out conference

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Google I/O registration may have sold out in only 59 minutes, but Google is giving developers more chances to get a pass to the sold out conference. Vic Gundotra just posted on the official Google blog that there…

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