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Android Market Share (More) In-Depth; Samsung Dominating

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  Android Market Share (In-Depth): Tapjoy, the mobile ad network recently began allowing their advertisers to target specific Android devices. Besides this being a pretty cool tool for marketing managers around the world, this new capability also allowed Tapjoy to gather some very interesting data that gives us a big-picture view of the Android ecosystem and namely how the Android ... Read More »

Sony’s Water and Dust Proof Galaxy S IV “Active” Gets Bluetooth Certification


There are a lot of smartphone consumers out there who need a device that can stand up to the natural elements. Currently if you need something capable of taking a Bear Grylls type beating, you are pretty much limited to just the mid/low end military standard grade Kyocera Torque on Sprint. Read More »

Nexus 5, Nexus 8 and Nexus 11 Renders; Drooling for the Real Thing?

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Nexus Renders: There’s some new renders out for the Nexus 5, Nexus 8, and Nexus 11. These are supposedly going to be the next generation of the Nexus 4, Nexus 7, and Nexus 10 devices. These are not real, but man do they look nice, not to mention the proposed specs of the devices. We’ve been hearing lots of rumors ... Read More »

Facebook Home Support Expanded: HTC One, Samsung Galaxy S4 and More


Facebook Home Support Expansion: Many called Facebook a dying fad when the site went public and didn’t turn out to be the big moneymaking product everyone expected it to be. As one of the big pioneers in social media, the company turned to the drawing board only to come back with it’s newest free app, Facebook Home. Facebook Home has ... Read More »

32GB Galaxy S4 Black Mist Now Available AT&T

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  32GB Galaxy S4 (Black Mist): It seems that there’s been something we’ve all been waiting for, and it’s the 32GB version of the Galaxy S 4. Wait, you were just going to use an SD card? Oh, well, this won’t interest you one bit then, right? The Galaxy S 4 took a little fire due to the fact that ... Read More »

Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 from Samsung; Appears In Benchmarks?

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Galaxy Tab 3 8.0: One of the things that we deal with while writing about Android devices is trying to sift through all the rumors, leaks, and tips that flood the internet on a daily basis. For every correct “inside source” who gives out solid information on upcoming device specifications or even better a blurry photo, there are just as ... Read More »

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Hits FCC; On It’s way to the US


Samsung Galaxy Tab 3: It’s not been long since Samsung announced their latest Galaxy Tab and it’s already gone for a tour around the FCC, albeit with just WiFi radios. There’s no LTE or voice-enabled radios in the report, which is a little disappointing to hear but realistically, the carriers themselves will more than likely offer their own versions. Read More »

Best Smartphone Camera; Samsung Releasing 16.1 MP Smartphone Camera

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Last year, we saw the release of Samsung’s Galaxy Camera and it seems that while the fusion of Android and high-end camera gear worked well, the pricing and performance of said high-end camera gear held it back. I myself was also pleasantly surprised to see that Camera’s are now receiving some much needed innovation as far as user interface is concerned. Read More »

Samsung Comment on S4 Storage; Accept it; There’s an SD Slot

We recently heard that the Samsung Galaxy S4 is plagued with a lot of bloatware, at least that’s the only real explanation for how much internal storage is used up. In the 16GB Galaxy S4 model, there’s only about 9GB of usable space left. Samsung’s TouchWiz system and its related apps take up nearly 7GB of space. Some people are okay ... Read More »

AT&T Galaxy S4 Bootloader Unlocked; Developer not Sharing until Later this Month


A lot of companies seem to think that people wishing to unlock their phone’s bootloaders have some ulterior motive for doing so, but more often than not this is untrue. Usually, they are just people looking to explore the true capabilities of their devices and to see what sort of software (ROM’s/Kernels) the developing community has produced. HTC has been ... Read More »

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