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Adobe has released a new version of its Flash Player for Android that fixes some critical security bugs. The new version of Flash, which, incidentally, is also available for Windows, Linux and OS X, fixes security vulnerabilities in Flash Player 11.1.115.6 and earlier versions for Android 4.x, and Flash Player 11.1.111.6…

Samsung Galaxy Captivate

Those of us who don’t own the Samsung Galaxy S Captivate – on AT&T – have probably forgotten that Samsung has not yet released an official update to Gingerbread, until today that is. Now I can finally pick up my Captivate off my desk and update it to Android 2.3…

The New HTC Rezound Sounds Extreme

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by on November 14, 2011 6:48 am
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HTC doesn’t have a lot of strong brand phones, like the iPhone or Galaxy S II, or even the Nexus, which is Google’s brand, and I believe that is hurting their potential. That’s especially true lately when they’ve been releasing phone after phone with little similarities between them. The Evo…

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The HTC Thunderbolt has a had a pretty hard time getting the upgrade from Froyo to Gingerbread. We’ve seen leaks, and rumors galore about the update. Not to mention the fact that the official OTA got yanked, which has gotten Thunderbolt users pretty frustrated, and perhaps looking to change to a…

Samsung Galaxy Note vs Amazon Kindle Fire

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by on October 8, 2011 10:16 am
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The Samsung Galaxy Note is a 5.3″ device that should be the biggest, yet still pocketable, Android device once it’s on the market. It blurs the line between a tablet and a smartphone. You could watch videos on it, play games, browse the web and read books, too.  This is…

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When Verizon’s first LTE phone came out (HTC Thunderbolt), people were a little disappointed. It wasn’t because of the speed of LTE, because that surely impressed. It wasn’t even about the specs per se – it didn’t have a dual core processor – because even though many people were expecting…

Netflix-support

That took a while, but better late than never. I actually didn’t expect them to bring the Netflix app to all Android 2.2 and 2.3 devices so quickly, mainly because they’ve said it’s a DRM issue, and they want to protect the content on the behalf of the content owners. Either…