Archive for the ‘Android’ Category

Want to use WhatsApp Messages app from your Windows PC or Mac? Here’s a complete tutorial on how to do just that with a few easy steps.

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After all the speculation and reports, a device believed to be the Galaxy S6 has been spotted, boasting its hardware info in the database of the popular AnTuTu benchmarking app.

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Updated: You can now download the latest version 5.1.11 of Google Play Store APK which brings with it a bunch of changes and bug fixes that users have been facing for quite a while.

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Spotify is among the major players in the streaming music game, and in spite of its significant user base, the company remains squarely focused on driving up membership numbers. In its latest promotion push, Spotify is offering its ‘Premium’ service to users for three months for just $0.99, which costs $9.99 regularly for one full month.

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Android 5.0 Lollipop download for Samsung Galaxy S5 is released. Here’s how you can download and install official Lollipop update on Samsung Galaxy S5 (G900F) right now.

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Google’s firsts attempt at giving the world a wearable computer that lives on your forehead has suffered plenty of cynicism and criticism since it arrived on the noggins of Google’s intrepid ‘Explorers’ but that clearly isn’t going to stop the technology giant from pushing forward with new iterations of Glass. A new patent, recently made public but having actually been submitted back in January, appears to show what could be the next version of Glass to come out of Google’s design labs.

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So what do you do when your favorite IM app decides to pull the ‘Read Receipts’ feature on you? If you’re a security researcher, you figure out how to crash it for others. WhatsApp may have added the ability to turn that feature off, but a group of security research students in India have demonstrated how a simple text message can be used to crash the app at the receiver’s end, pretty much ending the “message seen” dramas.

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Android 5.0.1 Lollipop factory image download files have been released for Nexus 7, 9, and Nexus 10. Here are the direct download links for the update.

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Cyber Monday is a day when even after masses of Thanksgiving and Black Friday deals, retailers regain their composure for one last sales push, and with the start of this week having seen the annual online-only deals roll out en masse, a new report has shone light on some very interesting stats relating to the ensuing spike in online traffic.

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HTC One M9 features and specs have been leaked, and it is going to be an insane powerhouse. More details can be found right here.

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Bloatware is the bane of many mobile users’ lives, and in fact, you’d be hard-pushed to find anybody who is in favor of having immovable, mandatory apps taking up precious storage space even if they’re not wanted nor needed. But in a story that will surely be the subject of a massive backlash across the Android community, a newly rolled-out service will begin to allow both device manufacturers and network operators to “post-load” apps without the permission of the owner.

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New Samsung Galaxy S6 leak touts device with a brand new design and features and will be accompanied by a Galaxy S6 Edge variant akin to Galaxy Note Edge.

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Google Glass has been in some hot waters lately, with the search giant not having the easiest run with its futuristic gadget. Say what you may, but Google isn’t letting its wearable wash away just yet, and is reportedly planning on a next-generation of the wearable with support from Intel.

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2015 is inching closer each day, and as this year draws to an end you will find the best of ‘everything’ of 2014 – be it apps, cars, cosmetics, movies etc. – on the Internet. As websites try and wrap up their best efforts of this year, Google is not going to wait for any acknowledgement as the search engine giant has released its own “Best Apps of 2014″ list.

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Motorola is running a Cyber Monday 2014 deal on its flagship smartphone of this year, the Moto X second-generation. Moto X is widely regarded as one of the best smartphones around, and while it was great at full price, it’s about to become even better.

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Before I dare utter another word, I’d like to make it known that when it comes to the battle of the mobile ecosystems, I’m completely impartial. I love iOS, iPhone, and Apple products in general, but there’s something about Android, namely Android smartphones, that always has me flirting with the likes of HTC One, among others. There’s no doubt, at least, to my mind, that Tim Cook and his team have pushed a pivotal piece of software in iOS 8, adding a number of features that many have long since pined for, but there are still some features that I really miss whenever I’m using an iPhone.

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With $130 worth of free Android apps floating about at the moment courtesy of Amazon, it’s a great time to own a device running Google’s mobile software. As it transpires, the Black Friday bonanza also means that it’s a pretty decent time to upgrade your hardware, and if you want to snap up a new Android smartphone, we’ve scoured the Web to source some of the very best deals going.

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So, with Thanksgiving now upon us, it’s likely that many of you have already spent a great deal on new smartphones, tablets, and of course, food and drink. But app devs are also joining in the shenanigans of today and the rest of the weekend, making huge price cuts that allow app shoppers to snap up some incredible bargains, and having just brought you a long list of paid iOS apps gone free, we’re back with another run-down of Android apps to be had at no cost.

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Here’s a complete guide on how to stop Twitter from tracking which apps you have installed on your iPhone or Android device.

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The White House has announced that President Obama has signed the E-Label Act which will now allow all electronics manufacturers to place digital stamps of certification labels on their devices as required by the FCC, instead of the usual physical etching on the product itself.

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