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Kelvin Servigon

Kelvin Servigon is a typical young gadget-lover, with simple writing skills and passion about trending technology and awesome video games. His currently writing for Android Authority and has his own gadget/gaming blog and loves beers and pizzas very much.

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Get discounted Android games through the “Because We May” promo

For many people, me included, one of the best ways to spend quality time with an Android device is to put it through a nice gaming session. Some of the titles that I really ...
by Kelvin ServigonMay 28, 2012

Sony Xperia S Ice Cream Sandwich update to start rolling out in “latter part of Q2”

Sony’s current flagship phone, the Xperia S, was initially reported to receive the much anticipated Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update this coming end of May. But in a ...
by Kelvin ServigonMay 23, 201211

XDA brings back the S Voice, working again on non-Galaxy S3 devices

Droid-Life On Monday, we reported that a leaked Samsung Galaxy S3 ROM became available for download for all, packed with all the goodness of the smartphone’s great features. ...
by Kelvin ServigonMay 23, 201227

HTC Android 4.0 ICS updates for HTC devices to arrive this late summer

HTC, the makers of the One X, still the best Android smartphone around, have just revealed the complete schedule for the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich updates for their ...
by Kelvin ServigonMay 23, 20122

Verizon’s Rezound, DROID 4 and RAZR turning into global devices?

You loved your Android phone back home, but what if it won’t work when you head to Europe for a two-week vacation? What if you’re in Japan for a business trip and your Android ...
by Kelvin ServigonMay 20, 20125
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