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Tom Wyatt

Android is undoubtedly the most flexible phone operating system out there, and I write to give the users of Android the latest news, app reviews and walkthroughs of today's technology.

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Angry Birds Toons animated web series set to debut March 16

After six months of teasing a new phenomenon, Rovio has finally revealed it will debut the new web-based cartoon series, Angry Birds Toons, on March 16
by Tom WyattFebruary 27, 20131

Nexus 7 expected to sell 8 million units by release of second-generation model

The Nexus 7 is expected to sell 2 million more units by the time the second generation Nexus 7 is released in June 2013. That's an accumulative estimated total of 8 million units sold ...
by Tom WyattFebruary 20, 201321

HTC One SIM-free available to pre-order in the UK

The HTC One has been the dominant subject in the technology spotlight today, shaping up to be one of the most aesthetically pleasing and powerhouse ready devices to date.
by Tom WyattFebruary 19, 20138

3G Intel-based Asus Fonepad confirmed

The Global Certification Forum confirmed that Asus will be soon distributing the first Asus tablet to use an Intel processor, and that it will be called the Asus Fonepad.
by Tom WyattFebruary 19, 2013

$110 in savings when you buy the Sony Xperia Tablet S directly from Sony

Sony has revealed that you can grab its Xperia Tablet S for $50 less than its original price, providing you buy it from Sony directly. In addition to this, you can get their 'casual ...
by Tom WyattFebruary 17, 20132

Most Gameloft Android games drop to $0.99 for Christmas

With Christmas just around the corner, Gameloft has jumped on the bargain bandwagon, offering the majority of its usually $6.99 Android games for just $0.99.
by Tom WyattDecember 24, 20122

XDA member discovers alleged fix to Nexus 7 lag issue after 4.2 update

XDA developers forum member has discovered an alleged fix to the recent Nexus 7 lag issue affecting the tablet after the Android 4.2 update.
by Tom WyattNovember 26, 201218

Amazon stops its monthly Amazon Prime subscription test

After just days of running the Amazon Prime monthly subscription tests, Amazon brings its scheme to a halt without disclosing the results of their experiment.
by Tom WyattNovember 18, 2012

Google releases Android 4.2 Jelly Bean SDK to developers

In addition to the Google Nexus 10 and Nexus 4 devices that were launched earlier today, Google has also released the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean SDK to developers.
by Tom WyattNovember 13, 20122

Sony Xperia TX gets new firmware update, quadrant benchmark score improved by 18%

Sony Mobile Hong Kong has recently published information on its Facebook page regarding an improved benchmark for their Sony Xperia TX handset running the new software update, v7.0.A.3.197.
by Tom WyattNovember 12, 2012
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