David Gonzales(285 posts)

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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Asus Qube finally landing on April 23 with $130 price tag

by David GonzalesApril 12, 2013
According to new information from the guys over at GTVSource.com, the Asus Qube will finally be released to the market this month.
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LG Optimus G Pro software features showcased in Value Pack Upgrade video

by David GonzalesApril 11, 2013
The LG Optimus G Pro, which is scheduled to get a special “Value Pack Upgrade” for software this month, will soon have a number of new features, such as Smart Video, Dual Camera and Pause and Resume Recording.
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Chrome Beta for Android update brings users much-needed new features

by David GonzalesApril 11, 2013
The latest iteration of Chrome Beta for Android, which currently sits at version 27, offers a few new features that stand to improve the overall user-experience greatly.
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Sony adding native DUALSHOCK 3 controller support to Xperia handsets

by David GonzalesApril 8, 2013
Sony is planning to equip its Xperia-branded Android smartphones with native support for controllers originally meant to be used on the Sony PS3.
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Tumblr for Android updated with new Holo-inspired user-interface

by David GonzalesApril 8, 2013
Today, there's a new version of Tumblr for Android out on the Google Play store with a completely redesigned and Holo-inspired user-interface plus a couple of new features.
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Google Play lists new Nexus 4 accessories up for sale

by David GonzalesApril 4, 2013
Google has just put a few new Nexus 4 accessories up for sale on Google Play, including a headset, a USB cable, and a power adapter.
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If the Google ‘Androidbook’ comes out this year, would you buy one?

by David GonzalesApril 2, 2013
DigiTimes Research estimates that Google might release the first Androidbook before the end of this year. The question is, who would buy it?
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Why Samsung holds the lion’s share of the smartphone market

by David GonzalesMarch 31, 2013
Why does Samsung own the lion's share of the smartphone market? Because it operates with a constant sense of danger all the time.
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Do programmers “loathe” developing mobile games for Android?

by David GonzalesMarch 30, 2013
Android is just not good for graphics at all is because Google "doesn’t put enough love into it," according to Geomerics founder and COO Chris Doran.
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Microsoft Lync 2013 for Android now available for download

by David GonzalesMarch 30, 2013

When Microsoft Lync for Android was first released back in 2011, it was still stuck in the 2010 era of user-interface design. As you can imagine, it looks severely outdated now when compared with Microsoft’s other mobile applications. Fortunately, a much needed updated has finally been released by Microsoft. Today, Android users can finally download Lync 2013.

Lync 2013 for Android still works the same way as the original. Users are required to have a Lync account before using it, and some of its features might need an update to Lync server in order to work. If everything is in place, Lync 2013 will allow users to take advantage of quick and easy Exchange collaboration [...]

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