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Right from the get go, please be informed this isn’t a watch that’s got Android OS on it. Nuh-uh. That’s best left to the near future. The MetaWatch from Fossil Meta is supposed to be a super accessory for Android phones, meaning vital info on your favorite gadget gets displayed…

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Sideloading isn’t exactly the optimal method to install your apps. After all, that’s what the Android Market’s for. Unfortunately sometimes you really need to install the app without purchasing it again – after all, if you’ve bought it via alternate legal means, you probably won’t be able to fire up…

The Best Android Apps of the Week

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by on May 17, 2011 3:49 am
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Android is exploding! With over 200,000 apps currently available, and with Android having the most free apps in the world, it can be daunting to find relevant, awesome new apps for your Android phone or tablet. Well, fear not friends, for we’ve got you covered. Check out these fresh new…

The DS File: A Cloudless Dropbox

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by on May 16, 2011 11:52 pm
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In a nutshell, it is simply Dropbox reinvented to suit the growing needs of the Synology NAS (Network Attached Storage) community. You can now seamlessly (and remotely) manage and access all of your DS Audio, DS Photo+ and DS Cam app files even when you’re on the go, thanks to…

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Lately, an unofficial Google News Regional app popped up in the Android Market. Now, Google has introduced a location-based content filter for Google News on mobile devices, called “News near you”. Google News for mobile will enable you to keep up with the latest local news, wherever you are.  The…

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At the Google I/O conference recently held in San Francisco, Google unveiled their new music delivery service called Google Music. It’s a still-in-beta cloud-based server for music across various platforms, chief of which would be Google’s own Android smartphones and tablets. If you’re a stranger to Cloud Computing, it is…

Android Flash Player Gets 10.3 Update

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by on May 14, 2011 11:26 am
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Adobe recently released the update to their Flash Player to 10.3 – bringing with it performance fixes, extra stability, and user privacy protection. Users of Android smartphones and tablets as well as Windows, MacOS and Linux desktops can now download the updated multimedia player for their devices. Adobe’s Flash Player…

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While Android is indeed becoming more and more popular by the minute, it still isn’t the platform businesses rely on for their mobile needs. BlackBerry, because of their robust security services, remains the top dog in this arena. Google is slowly but surely changing that though, and it’s been busy…

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Now, you can have easy access to Google News’ Regional editions! Google News Regional is now available on the Android Market but the app is limited to some extent since you will still be using the browser to see the news, but it can find out your location automatically and…

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Google I/O has kept the hype coming, with its constant attention-grabbing, and we are getting more and more thrilling news as the day goes on. Since yesterday, they were slightly hesitant to discuss the changes to the Android market. But now, we already know the reason why they are a…