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Get Google Now with voice recognition for any Ice Cream Sandwich device

One of the cooler features in Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is Google’s new search interface, Siri competitor, and product all its own, Google Now. This

July 19, 2012 Android, Hacks
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NVIDIA is getting closer to quad-core LTE Tegra chips

One of the only downfalls (to some) of both the HTC EVO 4G LTE on Sprint and the HTC One X on AT&T is that both

July 19, 2012 Android, Good and EVO
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Could the black HTC One S make an appearance at T-Mobile US?

The HTC One S has been available in black internationally since the device was first released, but T-Mobile customers here in the US have been

July 19, 2012 Android
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HTC is prepping Jelly Bean for HTC One Series, but no mention (yet) of HTC EVO 4G LTE

While Jelly Bean was just unveiled a few weeks ago, and the Samsung Galaxy Nexus has gotten its update, users of other Android phones have

July 19, 2012 Android, Good and EVO
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My preferred browser: Dolphin HD (Android)

One of the hands down biggest differences between iOS and Android for me is Dolphin Browser – not browsers in general, and despite the fact

July 19, 2012 Android, Apps
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Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus ICS update available

After months of waiting, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is popping up for the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus. The 7.0 Plus came out at the

July 19, 2012 Android
8 Review: AT&T HTC One X Overall Score

Review: AT&T HTC One X

Aside from the original HTC EVO 4G, the HTC One X is HTC’s first smartphone to induce such a massive response from consumers. And rightly

July 18, 2012 Android, Reviews
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Poll: How is your Google Nexus 7’s build quality?

The Nexus 7 tablet, the device developed from a partnership by Google and Asus, has started shipping to eager customers this week. Initial impressions of

July 18, 2012 Android, Tablets
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HTC One X is finally available on TELUS

After a short “coming soon” period, the HTC One X is finally available on TELUS in Canada, officially ending a short period of Rogers exclusivity.

July 18, 2012 Android
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The difference between “uninstall” and “deactivate” on Android

When visiting the Google Play page of an installed app, you’re likely to see buttons labeled Open, Update, and/or Uninstall. In some cases, however, the

July 18, 2012 Android, Apps
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