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David Gonzales

David is a mobile computer geek who firmly believes that in order to stay healthy, one needs to eat daily doses of gadgets for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Join him as he indulges his passion for technology and fascination with all things Android.

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Amazon opens own app store for Android users in China

Amazon has just successfully launched its very own Android app store in China, where both free and paid apps are now available for all.
by David GonzalesMay 6, 20131

Acer Iconia B1 tablet updated with new design, better internals, and optional 3G

Hot on the heels of the brand new Acer Iconia A1, which was just announced a few days ago, comes the second-generation Acer Iconia B1 with an updated design, improved specs, and ...
by David GonzalesMay 5, 20134

Samsung Galaxy S Advance update to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean now available through Kies

The official Android 4.1.2 I9070XXLQE build update has reportedly been released for users of the phone in Germany, Poland, and Ukraine already, following the first release of the same ...
by David GonzalesMay 3, 20134

Samsung responds to Galaxy S4 storage woes, says current setup is for the greater good

Samsung has responded to all those who have expressed concerns over user-available storage on the Galaxy S4, explaining that the system uses up storage space for all the extra features.
by David GonzalesMay 3, 201345

LG working on ‘unbreakable’ display as part of new OLED-based focus

LG's plan to create flexible displays is coming along nicely, and the first phase involves crafting displays that can be described simply as "unbreakable." Will these be part of the ...
by David GonzalesMay 3, 20131

MediaTek MT6572 chip outed to give entry-level smartphones much-needed boost

The MediaTek MT6572 dual-core chip is sure to give entry-level smartphones the much-needed -- and fairly inexpensive -- boost. Read on to find out why.
by David GonzalesMay 2, 20133

Samsung and Apple set to gain Pentagon security approval soon, BlackBerry to follow suit

Both Samsung and Apple are set to receive security approval from the U.S. Department of Defense very soon, according to a new report. Could this be the end for BlackBerry?
by David GonzalesMay 1, 20134

Android’s bloatware problem: just how big is too big?

Android bloatware has become a pressing concern for users, who are burdened by the clutter and storage issues caused by bundled apps. Will it ever end?
by David GonzalesMay 1, 201352

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 benchmark results show improved graphics performance

Though it hasn't been tested fully yet, the Galaxy Tab 3 has shown that it has some notable improvements over its predecessor so far. Could it be the perfect excuse to upgrade from the ...
by David GonzalesApril 30, 201314

Nook e-readers and tablets get major price cut in UK

The 7-inch Nook HD is currently available for only £129 instead of the usual £159. And as for the Nook HD+, it can be bought for only £179 instead of £229.
by David GonzalesApril 30, 2013
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