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Do you like the S Pen idea that they have with the Galaxy Note II phablet, but wish you had a bigger canvas to use? Samsung has expanded the Galaxy Note moniker into the true tablet range with the Galaxy Note 10.1 and now you can get it for $50 off.
Rumors have been abuzz for some time that the next release of Android will be named Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie. Now a Google employee has all-but confirmed that the name Key Lime Pie is official.
While Windows Phone 8 and Nokia Lumia 920 continue to do quite well, that didn't stop a rumor from popping up suggesting that Nokia was considering jumping ship to Android. What started this rumor? One little job posting.
Did you know that 8% of men and about 1% of women have red-green color blindness? Did you know that there are an estimated 10 million Americans living with color vision deficiency (CVD)?
The iPad might currently be on top when it comes to tablets, but things may be shifting quickly, according to a new ABI Research report. Back in 2011 Gartner had suggested that Android would hold a 38% share of the tablet market by 2015, but ABI says that things are now moving much quicker. The latest data suggests that Android accounted for an impressive 44 percent of all tablets shipped during the last quarter.
Google’s huge power across the globe instantly gives them a step up from any other games with similar mechanics, and this along with the fact that Ingress plays on their own operating system, Android, gives them a huge advantage over anyone else who tries to develop a successful multiplayer GPS game.
While few handsets have even received the first taste of Jelly Bean with Android 4.1, the Nexus crowd not only has Android 4.2 but seems to be getting an update in the form of Android 4.2.1 today. The update is said to be arriving for Nexus 4 and Nexus 10 for sure, though there have been reports from Nexus 7 owners that they are getting the update as well.
If you've upgraded your Nexus 7 to Android 4.2 and are experiencing some crushing lag and sluggishness, it seems that the solution is really simple. Blame Google Currents.
When recent Facebook app updates only came to the iPhone, some Android users started asking questions. If you look close enough, it's not hard...
The Google-owned Niantic Project has managed to create quite a fair amount of hype around it’s hushed-up activities, but the company has now spilled the bean. The fruit of the Niantic Project's labors is a new game by the name of Ingress, which has now arrived as a beta on the Google Play store.
The problem with many tablet/phone keyboard and stand combos is that they are generally for only one platform. This is great if you tend to stick with the same ecosystem no matter what, but what if you are platform agnostic and like owning multiple devices from various ecosystems. More than likely, you'll be stuck buying multiple keyboard/stand units, right? Nope, not if you get a ZAGGkeys FLEX tablet keyboard.
Technically, this new camera is still an Android smartphone; it has a 1.5GHz processor, a 4.8 inch top quality HD LCD display, and it’s running on Android Jellybean, with access to the Google Play store, meaning any owners of this device can still download and run apps like a usual smartphone device could.
Android 4.2 Jelly Bean has started to arrive, bringing several new improvements to the table. Unfortunately, any new changes to an OS are bound to be met with a few problems along the way, and Android 4.2 is no exception. It seems that Google Voice is reportedly crashing quite regularly thanks to Android 4.2.
Google is introducing a new feature that allows you to push YouTube videos from your Android phone to your Google TV. Sound familiar? That's because this is basically like what we've already seen with the PS3/Youtube and a smartphone, or even what happens with Apple's Airplay.
Interested in getting your hands on Android 4.2 and the many new core apps that come with it? While it might be a while before the next version of Android comes to your particular device, you don't have to wait for those core apps any longer--- if you own a device running Android 4.1.
A new report from Kaspersky Labs has now surfaced suggesting that if you are still stuck on the aging Android 2.3 Gingerbread, you might want to watch your back carefully when it comes to malware.
A New York Times interview with Google's Android business development director John Lagerling has just surfaced that manages to ask several interesting questions about the Nexus line, particularly why the company is now coming in to the 10-inch tablet space. The answer? According to Langerling, they saw the current 10-inch category as underpriced and underpowered and believed they could bring something big to the table.
Gameloft have got to be one of the biggest and most well-known developers for mobile gaming right now, as they’re constantly bringing out a variety of games spread throughout many different genres. For all you sports fans out there, Gameloft have now released the new Real Football 2013, which follows on from the 2012 version.
Starting with Windows Phone 8 devices, NFC will now come into play on Microsoft's newest mobile platform. While this isn't that surprising, it is interesting to know that the tap+send features in Windows Phone 8 will actually work just fine between WP8 devices and Android phones.
Xbox Smartglass is a way to bring a tablet screen into the Xbox living room media center experience. Basically the app works by connecting your tablet or smartphone up to the screen for pausing, rewinding and even possibly some games going forward. Think of this as a Wii U-type of experience, although not nearly as widely adapted or supported by games-- instead its focus is clearly on movies and other multimedia playback between the two devices.
There’s only a certain amount of times an arcade game can be reproduced, reinvented or emulated by others before the game concept becomes old and boring, but Magma Mobile have managed to squeeze in a title that gamers are still happy to play, and with over 500,000 downloads from Google Play since it’s relatively recent launch, Flying Squirrel has managed to gain a large appeal.
Are you interested in getting a new tablet, but you can't convince yourself to spend the $329 on an iPad Mini or the $199 on a Nexus 7? You can go even cheaper with something like this Pandigital Android Tablet, which happens to be on sale for $66.95.
Dragon Go is on its way out the door. Its successor is the new Dragon Mobile Assistant that expands on its predecessor's voice features and capabilities. The newest version of Naunce's software brings near Siri-quality features over to Android and is certainly competition for Google Now and Samsung S Voice.
What we have here is an Android Mini-PC that is shamelessly close in design to Apple's Mac Mini. The big difference here is that this isn't an Intel-based PC, instead we have the power of ARM and Android inside.
Casual Puzzle games are a great way to relax, and being able to play appealing games straight from our phone adds plenty more opportunities to play relaxing content in a comfortable chair or sofa, Wired is a testament to chilling out while playing a puzzle arcade game.
When it comes to Android, probably one of the best things about the platform is how open it is. That means you can run just about any app, any custom skin or any application store that your heart desires. The newest store to hit Android will soon be Mozilla's Firefox Marketplace, which will actually be part of the Firefox app.
Most people would say that the Retina Display on the iPhone 5 at 326ppi is impressive, but the newly announced HTC J Butterfly blows that out of the water.
Are you in the market for a new Android tablet and want to find the best deal possible? The 7-inch version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 just happens to be on sale for $50 off, bringing the price down to a mere $199.00.
The TransPhone by ExoTablet, a frankestein creation of technology, merging the smartphone and tablet using a sliding dock mechanism. The concept is ingenius, but can it satisfy a road warriors insatiable need to find that all-in-one device?
It's really hard to become fully immersed into the retro gaming experience when using an iPad or Android tablet. Sure, the games look similar to how we remember them. The sound is top notch, too. The only problem is that touch just doesn't give you that same nostalgic feeling.
That's one small step for man, one giant leap for the Nexus One. That's right, the two year old Google Nexus One is making its way into space. No, astronauts aren't taking the phone into space so they can get their Angry Birds Stars Wars on, instead they are basically launching the phone into space as part of the “PhoneSat Program”.
The LG Intuition is the company's attempt to break into the phablet market, which was invented and is ruled by Samsung with the Galaxy Note and upcoming Note 2.
Not long ago we took a look at Wild Blood, back when it launched for iOS. At the time, we knew it was coming to Android but we didn't have an official date. The wait is now over.
Been pondering whether to get one of Samsung’s new Galaxy tablets? Now may be a good time, because the 7-inch Galaxy Tab 2 is now for sale on Amazon for just $248.
If you’re in the UK and are looking for an all-in-one freeview experience for your Android, FilmOnX provides all the popular channels straight to your device with no sign-up fees and no other equipment. There are premium options to unlock more channels, but the bulk of the TV features are offered for free.
The Classic 1989 2D sidescroller Prince of Persia has been remade and re-skinned by the folks at Ubisoft , the game is absolutely stunning on an Android device.
There are many notable choices out there such as the B&N Nook HD, Amazon's Kindle Fire HD and – of course – the Asus-built Google Nexus 7. While all three of these certainly have merit, today's review is going to focus on the Nexus tablet.
When it comes to Android fans, most of them are more than happy to poke fun at Apple's iOS whenever they have the chance. With that in mind, the so-named “Fake iPhone 5 Launcher” might have been made partially as a joke or a prank to tease iPhone 5 users, but it is a very real and working launcher released over at XDA Developers.
While anyone can download the standard app for an Intel tablet, AMD is partnering with BlueStacks to create the preloaded AMD AppZone Player.
If your Android phone is as much as a part of your daily life as mine, then your home screen layout probably means a...
If you're willing to go with a lower-tier brand, and are looking for tablets with Android Ice Cream Sandwich for less than $100, the Coby Kryos, 7.0-inch WVGA with a 1GHz processor and 512MB of RAM might be your best bet.
There’s times in history where reinventing the wheel has been a huge success, and at other times it’s led to complete failure, and this...
Highly popular iOS game "Subway Surfers" is finally making its way over to Android via Google Play.
What do you think of the Netflix app for Android? While many users have learned to live with the smartphone version, not everyone loves it. That being said, the UI is finally getting a change it seems. Several people have spoke up claiming that they now see a new user interface when using Netflix.
While it's far from the only Android game control out there, the PowerA Moga Bluetooth controllers certainly look cool. We've mentioned these controllers in the past, but now they are finally coming on October 21st at a price point that is under $50.
Today Motorola announced the RAZR i, which is essentially the same thing as the RAZR M, except for it switches out the ARM processor for an Intel x86 processor.
A pretty great deal has popped up on the Internet for the Motorola Xoom. It's unlocked and ready to do the 3G thing with your GSM carrier of choice and, better yet, it's selling for just a touch over half price!
Looks like us Android gamers have got our hands on another 3D zombie game! Drive with Zombies reminds me slightly of Mutant Roadkill, the layout and gameplay are easily comparable, but Drive with Zombies gives us an experience unique to its own gameplay as well.
It seems that a new HP device has shown up under the code-name Bender with HP branding as well. This device is a Qualcomm S4 dual-core Android smartphone.
The new CloudBB is specifically targeted at the Chinese market and is described as a “home entertainment terminal”. As you can probably guess, this is a cloud computing device design to replace a PC.