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Instagram privacy bug fixed, many users wary of app

by: nathanAugust 18, 2012
Yesterday when we brought you news on Instagram's newest version, we had no idea what was about to break open. At the time of this writing, Instagram has successfully repaired a serious privacy glitch with the service. The bug apparently was only apparent on the Android version of the app.
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New training document reveals the Blaze Q is now the Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G

by: Andrew GrushAugust 17, 2012
August 15th was to be the day the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze Q made its way to store shelves, or at least that's what the rumors alluded to. Yesterday, Android Authority wrote about the delay and the new rumor suggesting that the name of the phone was getting a change- this time to the Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G. A new set of leaked training documents now back up this name change, pretty much guaranteeing that the name change isn't just a rumor.
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Dead Trigger version 1.5.0 out on Google Play, paying customers compensated

by: Bams SadewoAugust 17, 2012
Just when you thought it’s safe to roam the street once more, Madfinger has unleashed an update of its dead popular (tee-hee) Zombie-themed FPS game, Dead Trigger. Aside from the usual bug fixes and gameplay improvement, the updated Dead Trigger also introduces new arenas to play in, new stories, and some new items.
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64GB black Samsung Galaxy S3 to come in October, according to UK’s Clove

by: Bams SadewoAugust 17, 2012
Not one to miss out on the black Samsung Galaxy S3 excitement, UK mobile retailer Clove has come forward with more details on the new variant. Will owner of the upcoming phone get something more than just a new wardrobe?
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Lenovo preparing high-end K860 ‘Music Phone’ phablet for Chinese market

by: Andrew GrushAugust 17, 2012
The phablet world is growing, with devices like the Galaxy Note and Optimus Vu leading the way. Now it seems that Lenovo is also interested in pushing forward into phablet territory with another phablet from the company aimed at the higher-end Chinese market.
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Apple, Samsung, Microsoft, Google might collaborate to acquire Kodak patents

by: J. Angelo RacomaAugust 17, 2012
Technology companies are trying to avoid aggressively bidding for Eastman Kodak's imaging-related patents. Google, Apple, Samsung and other firms in the smartphone business are likely to form a consortium or partnership in an effort to keep the price down.
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Second Galaxy Note 2 image leaks, is it the press photo of the new phablet?

by: Chris SmithAugust 17, 2012

Just a few hours ago, we saw a new Galaxy Note 2 leaked image, a rather blurry photo that seemed to be quite similar to yesterday’s front panel leak. Now we have a second leak for you, and this time around we’re looking at what seems to be the press photo of the device.

In addition to the front side, which was featured in today’s earlier leak, we can also see the back of the device which reveals the camera placement and the slot for the S-Pen stylus.

The front side features a large touchscreen 5.5-inch display, a Galaxy S3-like Home button and camera/speaker arrangement. In fact, the Galaxy Note 2 seems to be a bigger version of the [...]

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Apple vs Samsung Judge: Apple lawyers ‘smoking crack,’ Samsung’s trial strategy questioned

by: Chris SmithAugust 17, 2012

The U.S. Apple vs Samsung trial, now in its third week of proceedings, is a very interesting source of information related to the mobile ecosystem that we follow closely here at Android Authority. We’ve seen Apple and Samsung make their cases, with each party trying to prove that the other is violating its patents with various products and that any infringement claims against its own products are unfounded.

So far Apple seems to have the edge on Samsung, as the iPhone and iPad maker has been able to submit some interesting evidence that suggests its iOS products were definitely inspirational for Samsung execs, designers and engineers, [...]

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ICS update for Galaxy R accidentally leaked by Samsung

by: Bams SadewoAugust 17, 2012
When it comes to subject of Android 4.0 ICS upgrade, the lesser known (compared to the flagship S) Samsung Galaxy R has not been forgotten by Samsung. Released last year as the more affordable alternative to the Galaxy S2, the Galaxy R is scheduled to receive the new firmware in August, though no specific date was given. By a stroke of luck, a Galaxy R owner has received Ice Cream Sandwich on his phone ahead of everyone else, thanks to the company’s mishap.
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Skyhook brings GPS-like capabilities to the Barnes & Noble Nook series

by: Mike AndriciAugust 17, 2012
SkyHook has recently announced that they have partnered with Barnes & Noble for developing GPS-like capabilities for the latter’s otherwise GPS radio lacking NOOK series.
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