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Kernel source for AT&T HTC One X is finally released

Back in the beginning of May, HTC released the kernel source code for every single HTC One X device, except for AT&T’s version here in

July 26, 2012 Android
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Google Talk is down, and the fix is taking a while [Updated: It’s back up]

If you’ve tried accessing Google Talk lately on your phone, tablet, or computer, you’ve probably noticed that it’s not quite working right – or at

July 26, 2012 Android, Apps, Good and EVO
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Adobe Flash Player still works on Android 4.1 and the Nexus 7

With the release of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, many features were added to the OS, but at least one was removed. That was Adobe Flash

July 25, 2012 Android
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What did you buy with your free $10 Google Wallet credit on the HTC EVO 4G LTE?

Last night I actually used Google Wallet on my HTC EVO 4G LTE for the first time: at a local grocery store, I had previously

July 25, 2012 Android, Good and EVO
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T-Mobile will carry the HTC One X+ this fall

T-Mobile customers who have eyeing AT&T and Sprint customers with envy will now have some bragging rights of their own: in addition to the HTC

July 25, 2012 Android
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I gave up on Astrid and made my own todo list system

There’s something to be said for the idiom “if you want something done right, do it yourself.” In the world of software, “right” is perhaps

July 25, 2012 Android
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How to use Google Groups from the Gmail app (iOS/Android)

Google Groups is a peculiar concept of Google’s that most people haven’t dealt with. It’s sort of like a forum, but not really, and the

July 25, 2012 Android, Apple, Tablets
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Install SuperNote on your HTC EVO 4G LTE

As we all know by now, the HTC EVO 4G LTE lacks any type of note-taking software out of the box. To most people, that

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Apple gets EU injunction on Galaxy Tab 7.7, wants $2.5 billion in damages from US case

What a surprise, there’s more patent shenanigans going on, and once again they are related to Apple. Today’s case is a continuation of the long

July 24, 2012 Android, Apple
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Pushover allows you to send notifications to iOS and Android, now supports IFTTT.com

A week ago I wrote about Notify My Android, an app that allows you to send notifications from outside sources to an Android device. Little

July 24, 2012 Android, Apple, Apps
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