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Tired of your dull Honeycomb homescreen with the same black and shades of dark blue? There’s nothing better than to stand out from the rest of the crowd by personalizing your own brew of styling up your Android Honeycomb tablet. Since its initial release years ago, Android has been a…

HTC Hero Also Gets ICS Port

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by on November 25, 2011 1:08 am
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The legendary HTC Hero, released way back in 2009, is finally making the cut as one of the first few smartphones to get an unofficial upgrade to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The guys from XDA Developers have done it again and this time around they have come up with…

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If you’re excited about Motorola’s latest offering, the DROID Xyboard, then you’re in for a treat, as the device is heading its way to store shelves in as early as second week of December. According to a MAP (minimum advertised price) list from Verizon leaked to Droid Life, we could…

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With so many customizations that ship together with every Android device in the market, it’s funny to know how users tend to either love or hate the way their devices look with the manufacturer-determined, built-in user interfaces. Companies such as HTC, Sony Ericsson, Samsung, and Motorola have their own style…

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Within just weeks after the NOOK Tablet was officially launched, hackers from the underground community had already found a way through the device which allowed them to root the tablet and install the official Android Market app. Unfortunately, the NOOK Tablet doesn’t have the same one-click procedure that is used…

Galaxy Nexus Aces Initial Benchmark Tests

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by on November 21, 2011 11:28 pm
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Google’s flagship phone, the Galaxy Nexus, went under the spotlight again after a rigorous hardware benchmark test conducted by AnandTech–and came out triumphant in several initial benchmarks. The stellar Galaxy Nexus that comes packed with a pair of 1.2-GHz Cortex A9 processors was put to tests comparing it to some…

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We live in a world of skyrocketing costs of high-speed Internet and mobile data plans that reach through the roof. Fortunately, Android has managed to get around this obstacle by offering a solution for making your life a whole lot easier–Internet connection sharing through tethering on your Honeycomb tablet. If…

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The threat of having a virus on your phone may sound alarming to many consumers considering the irreversible damage it may cause to your device, but according to Google’s Open Source Programs Manager, Chris DiBona, that sort of fear may actually be an unfounded one spread around by “scammers” and…

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One of the hottest devices out there, the Galaxy Note and the NOOK Tablet (formerly codenamed NOOK Color 2) are two exceptional devices heading their way to store shelves for the holiday season. Samsung’s flagship phoneblet (phone-tablet), the Galaxy Note, promises to be a showstopper, considering the device is both…