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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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Opera for Android version 15 now available for download from Google Play

Opera announced the release of Opera 15 for Android today, only weeks after the earlier release of Opera 14, with an improved download manager and more.
by David GonzalesJuly 11, 20131

Google Maps update with new offline maps option pushed out after public backlash

Less than a couple of days after the latest Google Maps update for Android comes yet another software revision, this time to re-add offline maps - somewhat.
by David GonzalesJuly 11, 201325

HTC One mini listing shows up on GFXBench web site, confirms long-rumored specs

The rumored HTC One mini recently showed up on the GFXBench benchmark web site, and the listed specs matches what we already know about the phone.
by David GonzalesJuly 8, 20132

Don’t be a victim: How to spot a fake Samsung Galaxy S4 (or any other name brand smartphone)

Buying an phone like the Samsung Galaxy S4 should be fairly straightforward. But the fact that there are fake handsets floating around makes things slightly more difficult.
by David GonzalesJuly 5, 201393

Sony announces global rollout of my Xperia remote security service

Sony is now gearing up to fully launch its remote security service for all Sony smartphone users, called my Xperia, across the entire planet.
by David GonzalesJuly 5, 20137

Sony ‘Honami’ camera app ported to Xperia Z and other Sony devices unofficially

One of the most talked about features of the upcoming Sony “Honami” smartphone is its camera. How could something with the ability to capture 20-megapixel photos and ...
by David GonzalesJuly 2, 20132

Google receives FCC approval for public TV whitespace database

As part of its drive to offer Internet access to more and more people in the U.S., Google has been working closely with the FCC to make a public TV whitespace database available to ...
by David GonzalesJune 30, 2013

Sony ‘Honami’ 20MP camera with 4K video recording, updated UI, and more outed through System Dump

The Sony Honami is one of the most hotly-anticipated Android phones from Sony this year. We now get a closer look at its specs through a recent system dump.
by David GonzalesJune 30, 201328

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 with swings by FCC with rare form of 4G LTE

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 managed to pass through the FCC with nary a hitch. However, its version of 4G LTE won't work in the U.S.
by David GonzalesJune 30, 2013

Report: Android’s malware problem is getting worse, and only users of the latest version are safe from harm

Earlier this year, a research report said the number of malware-infected Android devices rose 163% in 2012. A new report now says things are much worse.
by David GonzalesJune 28, 201318
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