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Review of HTC Rhyme – More Style than Power [Video]

by: Will G.October 28, 2011

The HTC Rhyme is a new device, designed for the more stylish and fashionable Android user. This device packs a sleek punch with a nice purple detailed casing and strong durability. We found the phone to be very durable, using metals instead of most plastics. It also has a removable battery, which an increasing number of phones are starting to phase out, ever aspiring to be thinner and thinner.

Through an unboxing, HTC has provided an impressive purple box, with a ribbon to pull the device out. There are definite elements that are more feminine than say, a DROID branded device.

Opening the Android “diva” box left us with a nice set of earbuds and a charm, [...]

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Have You Fallen into an Input Hole in Android and Can You Get Out of It?

by: Alvin YbañezOctober 26, 2011
Is input technology up to speed with the steady rise of processor technology, form factors, and messaging applications for Android? KeyPoint Technologies doesn't think so. In fact, the company has found that there is an "input gap," and the company intends to change all that.
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Dual Core Comparison – nVidia’s Tegra 2 vs. TI’s OMAP 4

by: Edmund ApostolOctober 25, 2011

Go through the lists of hardware specifications of the various popular dual-core Android devices, and you’ll likely notice two processors frequently come up. These would be nVidia’s Tegra 2 and Texas Instrument’s OMAP 4. And while the former was a little more favored by the earlier models such as the Motorola Atrix, lately it seems that the 4th generation of TI’s OMAP (Open Multimedia Application Platform) is gaining ground with the mobile device manufacturers. A good example here would be the Droid Bionic, a smart phone initially reported to be powered by a Tegra 2 processor but eventually reached store shelves with an OMAP 4 under the hood.

The two system-on-chips [...]

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Lemon App Review – “Receipts Refreshed”

by: Will G.October 24, 2011
Lemon is a new way of accessing your portfolio of receipts at your fingertips. This new app lets you scan receipts from a multitude of stores, and saves them on your personal database. Just about any store you can think of, Lemon can scan. Is it a good app to help you and your money stay organized? Read on and watch our app review to find out!
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LG’s AH-IPS-LCD vs Samsung’s Super HD AMOLED – Fight!

by: Darcy LaCouveeOctober 24, 2011

As you might remember, LG recently launched a new Android phone in Korea, called the Optimus LTE. What makes this phone special, at least from our perspective, is the fact that it is sporting to the world’s first 4.5 inch True HD IPS display, which quite a few industry pundits are saying is more advanced than Samsung’s latest Super HD AMOLED 720p 4.65 inch panel, featured in the upcoming Galaxy Nexus. How do they compare?

Galaxy S2 on the left, Optimus LTE HD on the right

LG recently introduced its True HD IPS display, and the company recently held an event in Seoul dedicated to hyping its new screen. [...]

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How to Sync iTunes Library with Your Android Device Wirelessly

by: Matthew SabatiniOctober 21, 2011

Has Android’s poor music integration got you down? Say hello to Google Music Beta and other iTunes syncing software. Below, we have put together 3 of the best programs that will allow you to sync your iTunes library to your Android phone regardless of your computer’s operating system.

Google Music Beta

Google Music offers the ability to stream your music to your phone, but also to keep your song files on your phone for offline use. Google Music is for Mac and Windows.


So, let’s walk through the process that has been made public by Phandroid.

First we got sent an email:


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iOS 5’s Top 6 Features That Android Users Already or Can Also Enjoy

by: Alvin YbañezOctober 20, 2011


The recently released iPhone 4S–bearing the latest iOS 5–has brought fascinating features that will truly entertain iPhone users, leaving many non-Apple users drooling.

Android users, however, are fortunate enough to be able to enjoy some of iOS 5’s lovely features–not necessarily in an exactly similar experience, but in a similar experience of functionality.

And, so, in this post, we discuss six of the “most-coveted” iOS 5 functionalities that many Android users don’t know are already within their reach.

Rather than arguing about which operating system is better, this post instead alerts Android users to the presence of [...]

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Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich vs Apple iOS 5

by: Matthew SabatiniOctober 20, 2011

Just two weeks after Apple released iOS 5 and the iPhone 4S, Google and Samsung took center stage with their Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and the Galaxy Nexus–both of which can potentially make Apple’s goods turn Android-green with envy.

The Galaxy Nexus packs a 4.65-inch HD Super AMOLED screen with an amazing 1280×720 resolution, a 1.2-GHz dual-core processor, a Near Field Communication (NFC) chip, and a 5-MP camera with Full HD (1080p) video recording.  The device will be the pioneer in using Google’s latest operating system, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, a completely redesigned operating system offering incredible new features packaged in [...]

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Camera Wars: iPhone 4S vs the Android Elite

by: Ken EastOctober 18, 2011
A recently posted article in PCWorld discusses the reality as to whether the the new iPhone 4s can capture still images and videos better than the latest and best Android smartphones. The iPhone 4S was put to the test against the Samsung Galaxy S II, the T-Mobile myTouch 4G Slide, the Motorola DROID Bionic, the HTC Sensation 4G, and the Nikon Coolpix P300. How do they stack up?
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Lithium Ion vs. Lithium Polymer – What’s the Difference?

by: Matthew SabatiniOctober 18, 2011
Did you ever think about why your phone works at all? Probably not. But, if you think about it, all portable gadgets rely on a battery to keep ticking - and some have better battery life than others. That's why we're going to take a peek at what keeps your phone ticking and why some battery's do better than others.
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