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Apple’s iPhone usually gets the biggest following in terms of accessories. Actually, it’s not even a fair race. It wins hands down. But that doesn’t mean some unique options for non-iOS devices don’t come around every once in a while. Case in point: the EnerPlex battery case for the Galaxy S 4. Sure, it’s a fairly not […]

 

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Despite the immense, far reaching, thorough leaking of the Nexus 5, Google has to say anything official about the device itself. Conversely, the upcoming OS update that will ship on it (Android 4.4 KitKat) has enjoyed a more secretive journey thus far. (Although, Google has at least teased us about KitKat.) But things are finally, finally getting […]

 

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Hangouts was originally touted (in rumors anyway) to be this grand replacement for a number of services. Perhaps replacement isn’t the best word as it is more of an attempt to integrate. Things like SMS/MMS, Google Talk, Google Voice, etc. were said to be features that a revamped Google Talk (formerly known as “Babel” and now known […]

 

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It’s been said several times here already, but for the sake of this article we’ll say it again: The Nexus 5 is one of the most anticipated Android devices ever. It also happens to be one of the most leaked prior to release and even its own announcement. That said, there was only one or two specs […]

 

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The Nexus 5 may very well be the least secretive Android device in recent memory. Literally every few days a new screenshot, photo, video or bit of information is released. Today, the list of (possible) knowns gets longer with Tech Radar claiming an end of the month announcement and release for the Nexus 5, according to a […]

 

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The Nexus 5 is coming, we all know that, but beyond that we don’t know too much. Google recently sold out of their Nexus 4 devices, and we have seen a Google exec using what was believed to be a Nexus 5 already. A new image has surfaced, showing off the back of the device a bit […]

 

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Image Credit: Ars Technica With each Android device that comes out, geeks around the world rush to install the handful of benchmark apps to push the devices to their limits to see where they stand on the global podium. And while they give a general (read: GENERAL) idea of a device’s performance, there are plenty of examples […]

 

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disa

And the Android world gets a little less bright today. Disa, a multi-client chat app currently in development, has been contacted by WhatsApp demanding that any and all traces of WhatsApp wording and logos be removed from the app and accompanying site. For those following Disa, it’s a huge blow. The app was gunning to be the […]

 

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Google’s Nexus line of Android phones has never been “class leading” by the purest sense of the word. Yeah, they’ll have several check boxes for maximum memory, highest clocked CPU or biggest display checked at the time of its release. But truth be told, Google has never really pushed the Nexus as bleeding edge despite what a […]

 

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The Oppo N1 has been leaked a few times prior to its official unveiling today. And while many of the specs are inline with what rumors suggested, it is the rotating 13-megapixel camera that will probably end up being the stand out feature (love it or hate it). Speaking of specs, we’re looking at a quad-core Snapdragon […]

 

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