GravityBox, the Xposed module to rule your rooted device – Android customization

by: Jonathan Feist3 hours ago
As we continue playing with our rooted Android device, this Android customization puts the Xposed module GravityBox to work on our clock and data.
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NVIDIA throws Valentine’s Day game discount party for Shield

by: John Dye4 hours ago
To celebrate Valentine’s Day, NVIDIA is having a sale on six different Shield titles from the GeForce Now game streaming service and Google Play.
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Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories hits Android

by: John Dye4 hours ago
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories is currently available in the Google Play Store for the introductory price of $4.99.
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Google allegedly working on stand-alone VR headset

by: John Dye4 hours ago
Google may have a project slated to bring a complete VR headset to the market that won’t require a computer, smartphone, or game console.
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Facebook Messenger may soon get some new features including one potential game-changer

by: John Dye6 hours ago
The Facebook Messenger team is playing around with several new features, but only a handful of test users are seeing the changes right now.

Samsung Galaxy A9 review

by: Krystal Lora7 hours ago
What does the latest addition to the refreshed Galaxy A series bring to the table? We find out, in this in-depth Samsung Galaxy A9 review!
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Samsung launching Korean LTE network for public safety

by: John Dye8 hours ago
Samsung is rolling out the "first live PS-LTE network in the world using the 3GPP telecommunications standard."
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New Android ‘People API’ seeks to make managing contact data a snap for devs

by: John Dye8 hours ago
Android developers announced the introduction of the People API, which will seek to replace the current Contacts API.
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Qualcomm unveils first gigabit LTE modem and three new mid-range SoCs

by: Jimmy Westenberg8 hours ago
Qualcomm has just unveiled the mobile industry's first gigabit LTE modem, as well as the new mid- to low-end Snapdragon 625, 435 and 425 SoCs.

The dark side of encryption is also the light side

by: Kris Carlon8 hours ago
Encryption may protect your privacy but it also protects terrorist communications, according to the FBI. So which is more important? Privacy or protection? Personal security or national security?
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