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T-Mobile’s next MyTouch: Huawei Ascend G312 QWERTY hands-on

Published on 03/28/2012 by in Featured, News

First the leaked product shots, then the Mr. Blurrycam pictures, and now the real deal in our own hands! When we spotted this upcoming T-Mobile MyTouch slider, we just so happened to be chilling out at Huawei’s headquarters in Shenzhen where the phone…

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Wallpaper Wednesday’s – Out of Focus, Grass Macro & Industrial Night View

Published on 03/28/2012 by in Featured, News

   Sometimes changing the look at feel of your device is as easy as just simply changing your wallpaper. Whether you are a fan of abstract art, landscape photos or just a simple logo, odds are that we have something for you in our Android W…

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Wallpaper Wednesday’s – Out of Focus, Grass Macro & Industrial Night View

Published on 03/28/2012 by in Featured, News

   Sometimes changing the look at feel of your device is as easy as just simply changing your wallpaper. Whether you are a fan of abstract art, landscape photos or just a simple logo, odds are that we have something for you in our Android W…

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Samsung Rugby Smart review

The Samsung Rugby Smart is not a "superphone." It doesn't pretend to be one, isn't marketed as one, and we're not about to call it one. What it is is a very solid offering from AT&T and Samsung that fills the rugged, life-pro…

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Android Central 90: Galaxy S III rumors, ICS update allegations, and other things left unsaid

Published on 03/23/2012 by in Featured, News

Podcast MP3 URL:  http://traffic.libsyn.com/androidcentral/acpc90.mp3 Thing 1: Samsung Galaxy S III rumors, leaks, and nonsense 'Samsung Galaxy S III' pictured, May 22 London unveiling rumored More Samsung Galaxy S III leaky good…

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Now is the worst time ever to buy an Android phone

Published on 03/22/2012 by in Featured, News

Android phones have never been as impressive as they are today. They have never been as responsive, as slim or as powerful. Their displays have never been more vivid or more stunning. Their data speeds have never been as fast. Competition is now hotter than ever before in the smartphone market and consumers are reaping the benefits. At its core, each and every new smartphone that launches is an engineering feat that simply could not have existed a few short years ago. And yet as amazing as the current crop of smartphones might be, there has probably never been a worse time in Android’s brief but storied history for savvy users to buy a smartphone. A quick glance through the

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Draw Something [Android Game Review]

Published on 03/20/2012 by in Featured, News

YouTube link for mobile viewing Drawing is a really funny thing. Most people fall into one of two categories: excellent or incredibly terrible. What better way to expose people and complicate the matters further than by forcing you to use your chubby …

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Dear Microsoft: You’re doing it right

Published on 03/13/2012 by in Featured, News

Late last summer, I wrote an article titled Dear tablet makers: You’re doing it wrong in which I shared my view on what I believe to be one of the biggest problems currently facing tablet vendors. In this article, I postulated that most Android tablets failed to make a splash because, in a nutshell, they bring nothing new to the table. Of course Android offers a vastly different user interface and user experience as compared to Apple’s market-leading iPad, but in terms of true differentiation — unique and desirable features offered to tablet buyers that cannot be found on the iPad — Android tablets have historically been lacking. This problem, I believe, stems from the early days of Android tablets.

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From the Editor’s Desk: Privacy, Google Play, Nexus tablets and more

Published on 03/11/2012 by in Featured, News

It was a question I knew I'd get this week. Wasn't sure when, and I wasn't exactly sure what the ramifications would be.  "I have 4G now?!?!?!" That was a text from my wife, two days after I updated her iPhone 4S to iOS…

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ITG xpPhone 2 hands-on: Windows 7 on a smartphone

Published on 03/11/2012 by in Featured, News

We got a little worried when ITG missed its January unveiling for the xpPhone 2, but yesterday, this Windows 7-powered smartphone finally made its debut public appearance in Guangzhou, and we happened to be there to scoop up a demo unit. Since we last…

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