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Android 4.4 KitKat Might Arrive In October

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Nestle has revealed that October is the release date of Android KitKat. Excited yet?

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HP Unveils 4 New Android Tablets

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Today the HP makes it clear that Android will be a big part of their game plan from now on, with the release of four new tablets running Android.

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Jolla’s SailFish OS Will Support Android Apps – And Even Hardware

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On the downside, Sailfish might be a unique, gesture-powered OS, but it also has a major limitations: lack of apps. The good news is that Jolla is working to address this issue by allowing Android apps to work seamlessly with the Sailfish OS.

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HTC One Android 4.3 Update Might Arrive Soon

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According to a new rumor, HTC is planning to release an update which will bring Android 4.3 along with the latest Sense 5 UI to the One.

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Newkia Android Smartphone Might Arrive Within A Year

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Singapore-based Newkia is planning to make the Android phones that Nokia wasn’t interested in making. The company expects to release an Android phone within a year.

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IFA 2013: LG G Pad 8.3 Android Tablet

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Over in Berlin at IFA, LG is showcasing the LG G Pad 8.3 tablet. This is the first 8-inch tablet to offer a full HD display, boasting a resolution of 1920x1200 pixels. To put that in perspective, the Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 is 1280x800.

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Refreshed ASUS Fonepad 7 Rocks Intel Atom and Android

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ASUS is going through its lineup and doing some updates, just like we saw with the recent launch of the new Nexus 7. If you're looking for a 7-inch tablet that can also make phone calls, though, you may be more interested in the updated ASUS Fonepad 7.

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Pressy Adds a Convenient Multi-Function Button to Any Android Device

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While most folks are looking for smartphone with less buttons on them, what if you want one more multi-function button on your device? That's where Pressy comes in.

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CheapCast: Convert An Android Device Into A Chromecast Receiver (Video)

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The CheapCast application will bring Chromecast functionality to almost any Android device.

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Daily Deals: Hisense Android Tablets For $79 And $129

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Hisense Android tablets, the Sero 7 Lite and Sero 7 Pro, are getting a price cut. The tablets are now available for $79 and $129 respectively.

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Amazon Android Gaming Console Might Arrive Soon

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We know how popular the Ouya is and therefore it won’t be a surprise when we hear that more companies are interested in bringing out their own Android based gaming console. We earlier told you that Google could be working on one, and now it appears that Amazon might have something up it's sleeves as well.

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Android 4.3 Jelly Bean Coming to Moto X “Soon” Via Carriers

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As you know, the Moto X should become available toward the end of this month, but it will ship initially with Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. That being said, the Motorola Mobility CEO says that the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update is almost ready for primetime and it should be pushed out soon.

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Square Enix’s Guardian Cross Available On Android For Free (Video)

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Square Enix’s trading card role-playing game Guardian Cross is now available on Android for free.

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80% Of Smartphones Shipped In Q2 2013 Run Android

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According to the latest data, 80 percent of smartphones shipped in the second quarter of 2013 were running Android.

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Panasonic’s Android Powered Cordless Home Phone

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Smartphones, tablets, gaming console, and an even exercise bike, we are seeing Android all around us. If you are still feeling that there is something missing maybe this Android powered cordless home phone from Panasonic might cheer you up, provided you haven’t already abandoned your landline.

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