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Google I/O coverage on Pocketables

Google I/O day 1, part 1: Android 4.1 Jellybean Google’s annual developer conference kicked off today with the announcement of the latest version of Android.

June 27, 2012 Android, Features
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With the Geocaching app on your phone, you always have something to do when you’re somewhere new

Geocaching is a “sport” that has you running around trying to find hidden log containers using GPS. You can think of it like orienteering with

June 27, 2012 Android, Apps
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HTC EVO 4G LTE available for $49.99 to new customers via Amazon Wireless

The HTC EVO 4G LTE is available at Amazon Wireless today for $49.99 for new customers, or $149.99 if you’re an existing customer who is

June 27, 2012 Android, Good and EVO
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Quick review: Fish Bowl Photo Gallery for Android

The Gallery app on Android serves its purpose for the most part, but it quickly becomes a messy place full of “albums” that were accidentally

June 27, 2012 Android, Apps, Reviews
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CM9 Release Candidate 1 released today

As promised last week, CyanogenMod 9 Release Candidate 1 was released for download today. CyanogenMod’s blog states that they have been working on CM9 for

June 26, 2012 Android, Hacks, Tablets
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Are prepaid HTC EVO phones really worth it in the long run?

While the rest of the world has Ice Cream Sandwich and Sense 3.6 on their HTC EVO 3Ds, Sprint customers here in the US are

June 26, 2012 Android, Good and EVO
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Mozilla updates Android Firefox to native app with support for HTML5, Flash

As you all probably know, I’ve been a Firefox user for three weeks now. I’ve been using the OS X version of Firefox 13 in

June 26, 2012 Android, Apps
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Android manufacturers might want to focus more on updates, less on new devices

The vast device choice in the Android world is usually a great thing. In fact, one of the big advantages of Android is that instead

June 26, 2012 Android, Features
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Power button savior Slide2Wake now supports the Galaxy Nexus

Back when I owned the original HTC EVO 4G, I had a unit with a defective power button. This resulted in me sending the phone

June 26, 2012 Android, Apps
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Why do Google apps always lack support for basic Android features?

There are times when I think that Google should change its logo to the double facepalm meme. That meme quite nicely sums up the feelings

June 26, 2012 Android, Apple, Apps
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