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    Fresh Meat: 10 new Android apps worth checking out

    New apps need lovin’ too, right? Every day there are thousands of additions to the Google Play Store, but many go unnoticed and never receive the attention they deserve. We’ve shown in the past that this community can discover great apps and propel them to new heights. Our weekly Fresh Meat column highlights new apps ... Read More »

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    Another Google App redesign leaked, this time it’s Google+

    We’ve seen a few Google app redesigns leak lately, including Calendar and Gmail. I can’t say I love the new looks — in fact, I kinda hate them — but they seem to appeal to quite a few others. Now another ... Read More »

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    Android and Me podcast 020: what’s an Ara?

    This week’s episode dives into new details of Project Ara’s modular phone, the sale of Google Glass to the public, a quick hands-on review of the Samsung Galaxy S5 and why 4K video capture is a must-have (yes, you read that right) requirement for every high-end smartphone. Be sure to subscribe to the RSS feed to ... Read More »

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    Another Samsung device is getting KitKat, this time it’s the AT&T Galaxy S4 Active

    Samsung has been doing pretty well with updates recently, updating its more obscure devices as well as flagship models like the Galaxy S4 and Note 3. Today Samsung and AT&T are rolling out the KitKat update for the Galaxy S4 Active, a variant of the Galaxy S4 that was made waterproof and dustproof at the ... Read More »

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    Access your desktop on Android with Chrome Remote Desktop

    Have you ever been using your Android device and thought, “I wish there were a dead simple way to access my desktop computer from this thing that was free and only took five minutes to set up?” Cloud services like Google Drive have helped to make accessing all your files everywhere easy, and products like ... Read More »

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    HTC releases Dual Lens SDK for developers to take advantage of the second sensor

    HTC’s new Duo Lens camera on the HTC One (M8) is a strange feature. Some claim it’s awesome, allowing you to adjust focus on shots after they’ve already been taken, and some think it’s incredibly gimmicky, pretty much on Samsung’s level (that would be me). HTC’s implementation of the two sensors doesn’t seem to be ... Read More »

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    LG G3 packaging leaked, golden color to match the phone

    Now that the two most anticipated Android flagships have been released, we wait for the smaller players to show us what they are really capable of. With both the HTC One (M8) and Samsung Galaxy S5 being solid devices, we need something amazing to blow us away. We’re currently waiting to see offerings from LG, ... Read More »

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    Google launches standalone ‘Google Camera’ app in Play Store

    Remember that rumor that claimed that Google was planning to release a new, standalone camera app into the Play Store? Looks like it was the real deal, because a new “Google Camera” app has just appeared on the Play Store’s virtual shelves.

    Google Camera features an “updated UI that ... Read More »

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    OnePlus One to launch in 16 countries around the globe

    We’re just one week away from the official unveiling of the OnePlus One, and today the folks at OnePlus have announced the list of 16 countries in which the One will initially be available in. Included in the launch group is Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, ... Read More »

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    Google I/O 2014 registration now open

    Today is a big day for Google. In addition to opening up its Glass Explorer Program to all U.S. residents and kicking off the Project Ara Developers Conference, Google has opened registration for the 2014 edition of its I/O developer ... Read More »

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