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Android 4.3 New Features; Leaked by HTC

Google I/O Logo 2013

So it looks like we won’t be getting Android 5.0 at Google I/O on May 15th, but rather Android 4.3. Which is still all good, since we just want a new version of Android right? HTC has made a meetup posting for an event they are holding on Thursday, May 16th in San Francisco where HTC would provide an overview ... Read More »

Amazon To Make Room For A 10.1 Inch Kindle Fire On It’s Virtual Shelves

KIndle Fire Logo

Rumor has it that when Amazon refreshes their Kindle Fire line of tablets later on in the year there will be an addition to the family. It seems as though Richard Shim, who happens to be an analyst for NPD DisplaySearch, gave the the heads up to CNET that Amazon is planning on coming out with a 10.1 inch tablet ... Read More »

Acer to Release a 8.1″ Windows Tablet; Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire Competition?

Acer 8 Inch Windows Tablet

Acer released a series of new Tablets and Laptops, equipped with screens ranging from 11.6 to 15.6″ during a press conference in New York on Friday. However, some consumers are still complaining that there is no Windows device that is a smaller tablet, such as the iPad Mini and Nexus 7 which are in the 7 to 8″ range. Read More »

Helium Backup Replaces Carbon; Trademark Issues

Helium App Logo (Previously Carbon)

  Helium Backup; Formerly Carbon Backup: Carbon Backup (Helium Backup) is hands down a brilliant app. Koush the developer behind it isn’t a one trick pony either, some of you may know Koush from Apps such as ClockWorkMod and ROM Manager, I’ve personally used all three. His newest inspiration is to provide a simple and efficient way for users to ... Read More »

LG Optimus G2 Leaks; Is this the Nexus 5?


  We recently covered the announcement of the LG Optimus G2 and a picture has now been leaked. As always, the leak comes from Twitter user @evleaks with another quality leaked image. This could be the base of the Nexus 5 as the Optimus G was in-fact the base of the Nexus 4. If you check out the picture above you’ll see ... Read More »

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