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Netflix Rolls Out Support For More Android Devices

by: glennOctober 24, 2011
Android enthusiasts, particularly users of the Android 3.x (Honeycomb) tablets, now have another reason to rejoice as they can now enjoy Netflix.
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Google Maps Supports Android Beam

by: glennOctober 22, 2011
Just recently, the demo of the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich witnessed the unveiling of an NFC-powered feature called Android Beam. One of the underlying parts in the event is the assumption that Google Maps had been updated to support the feature.
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Ice Cream Sandwich: The Soul of the New Machine

by: glennOctober 21, 2011
Android 4.0 (also known as Ice Cream Sandwich) is the answer to one of the deepest questions posed at Google: what is the soul of the new machine?
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Samsung to Release Thicker LTE Version of Galaxy Nexus

by: glennOctober 21, 2011
As if launching the Ice Cream Sandwich-powered Galaxy Nexus wasn’t enough, Samsung teases us with a little techie Easter egg in their recent event in Hong Kong – a shot of the Nexus with a 4G logo, confirming rumors that the HSPA+ version will soon be followed by an LTE release.
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App Roundup: The Best Web Browsers For Android

by: glennOctober 19, 2011
The built-in browser might suit your needs but you're really missing out on a lot if you're not using one of the browsers we have listed below. Best of all, they're all (mostly) free.
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7 Android Tablets That Won’t Bite Your Budget in 2011

by: glennOctober 15, 2011
If you've been pondering on a tablet purchase for some time now, let us help you out. Here's a list of the best tablets around that are $200 and below.
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Best Android Apps for Managing Your Money

by: glennOctober 10, 2011

If you’re feeling a fiscal squeeze right now, you’re not alone. If you want to keep your financial house in order, your trusted Android phone can help you keep your credit card debt down, streamline your spending and even help you stash some cash for a rainy day.

Here are a few Android apps to help you handle your money better.

1. Mint.com Personal Finance (free)

One of the best tools to use to see the big picture of where and how your money is spent is Mint. View all you accounts under one app, from credit card balances to checking and savings accounts. As you can see from the screenshot, you can even set bill reminders (no more overdue fees!) and even [...]

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Best Racing Games For Android

by: glennOctober 10, 2011

A tight grip and sweat glistening on your brow, you keep your focus on the road. Careening on the asphalt at over 300 km/h, you’re nearing a turn, one that will surely hit you with several G’s as you execute a precision drift. A miscalculated step on the brakes and you suddenly hit the railings, the car crunching into a heap of rubber and steel.

Of course, you would probably be in the hospital right now if you weren’t playing a racing sim. That’s how engrossing some of these Android games are. While you don’t get that sudden rush of adrenaline from an actual performance racing vehicle, hardware for Android phones and tablets these days are now [...]

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The Best Free Android Apps For Grabbing Deals and Discounts

by: glennOctober 9, 2011

There’s a small amount of joy to be had whenever we grab a great deal for an excellent product or service. Discounts and offers have made this extremely accessible, becoming quite the rage these past few years. The nice thing is that you don’t need to be on your desk anymore to grab a deal. Mobile is the way to go when accessing discounts and the retailers know it.

Here are some of the best apps to get your discount on, perfect for the coming holiday season!

AAA Discounts

Are you an AAA member? Then there’s an app for you! Get access to thousands of members discounts from retailers, restaurants and shops around you with this app. Just show them your [...]

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Amazon’s Kindle Fire May Just Kill Google’s Android Market

by: glennOctober 4, 2011

Amazon recently released its own ‘Fire’ Android Tablet, which will run on Google’s mobile OS. Despite using Google’s own program, it does not display the said company’s brand logo. Amazon even went to the extend of making its own browser for users to enjoy mobile web access.

Fire is now branded as the newest ‘iPad killer’. The newest 7-inch tablet device was built by the same group of people who came up with the RIM Playbook. Although it may cause severe impact in iPad sales, experts doubt that it can permanently kill the famous Apple tablet.

The Kindle Fire will be available to the market for 199 USD, meaning other brands of Android tablets such as Samsung, HTC [...]

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