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Google Android Pay made official during Google I/O 2015 | It's a Gadget - 0 views

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    Google have collaborated with mobile carriers, payment networks, banks and retailers to design Android Pay. Android Pay is a way to make payments using your Android smartphone with a tap in stores or online. It's an open platform that Google wants to keep developing to deliver more choice and flexibility to users.
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Security researchers developed a method to automatically track Android shady apps | It&... - 0 views

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    Anyone who has owned any kind of Android run device, from their phones to their Chromebooks, is well aware that their apps can be a crapshoot. But now a new method for auto tracking apps that connect to data mining or ad sites could offer a potential solution.
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HTC releases heavy hitting Desire 820 smartphone - It's a Gadget - 2 views

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    The new Desire 820 smartphone from HTC is making waves thanks to an advanced bit of hardware that puts it beyond most high end models.
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    The new Desire 820 smartphone from HTC is making waves thanks to an advanced bit of hardware that puts it beyond most high end models.
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The most popular running apps for iOS, Android, Windows Phone and BlackBerry - 1 views

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    Earlier this week we highlighted the best running apps on Windows Phone, iOS, Android and BlackBerry. All month we'll be looking at the top apps across a variety of categories related to fitness
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Microsoft targets Android, makes Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 free on all sub-9-inch d... - 0 views

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    Microsoft hasn't seen much success with phones or tablets in the last few years, so now it's trying something new. ...
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Nokia rumoured to release Normandy, an Android smartphone - 0 views

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    Reports are coming in that Nokia plans to release an Android run phone that uses a "forked" version of the operating system. The handset, called Normandy, is a low end model that could allow Nokia to compete with Chinese manufacturers.
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Android 4.4 KitKat and Google Nexus 5 were finally released - 0 views

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    After weeks of rumors and speculations one of the latest important release of the year was made official: Google announced the newest Android 4.4 KitKat and Nexus 5 smartphone.
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The end has come for Google TV - 0 views

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    After the project was an abject failure, Google is reportedly ending Google TV. However, the service itself is going nowhere, just the name and the focus. It appears Android TV will take over once Android 4.4 KitKat will be officially released.
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Google confirms Android 4.4 KitKat as the name of the next OS - 0 views

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    There has been a lot of guess work when it comes to the newest version of Android. One of the favorite speculations for the product is what it will be named. We got our answer today, as Google has chosen the surprising title of Android KitKat. This will be the 4.4 version and not 5.0 as everybody expected.
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Voice Recognition 'Dragon' Android app adds new Features - 0 views

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    The popular mobile assistant app Dragon has been updated with a number of new features, including voice composition for email, and audio notifications that can read you incoming messages.
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Android overtakes iOS in the latest IDC tablet shipments report - 1 views

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    After they revealed last week how mobile phone shipments did in the first semester of 2013, IDC released this week the estimates for tablet shipments.
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Facebook Home, an interface made for social enthusiasts - 0 views

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    Last week Facebook announced HTC First, a phone made for 'people, not apps'. During the announcement event, Mark Zuckerberg took the stage, as usual, to speak about Facebook's new achievement: a suite of apps "disguised" under Home brand.
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Google announces Keep, a simple cloud based Note service - 0 views

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    Google announced a new service today, called Keep. It's a simple Note service that allows you to safely save your Notes in the cloud and access them from an Android device or from the web. Google says this should help us get rid of the usual sticky notes we all used in the past
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Android can survive even if Samsung would adopt Tizen - 0 views

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    Last Friday in an interview with Bloomberg, Samsung gave us more details about it upcoming Tizen smartphone. Surprisingly or not Samsung said that "the Tizen phone will be out in August or September, and this will be in the high-end category". For those who don't know, Tizen is an open source project formed from Nokia and Intel's MeeGo and Samsung's Bada
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Samsung announces Galaxy S4 with a bundle of new Software features - 0 views

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    Samsung Galaxy S4Samsung had just unveiled Galaxy S4 and we should talk about it. Don't be too excited because frankly Galaxy S4 is all about software. You'll see what I mean in a split second
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Contribute - Street View - Google Maps - 0 views

  • Share Your photo spheres on Google Maps
  • Photo spheres are 360 degree panoramas which you can easily create, share, and even upload to Google Maps for the world to see. You can also explore the many photo spheres people have taken all over the world.
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    " Maps Street View"
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HTC One and the attempt to matter - 0 views

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    After a lot of rumours HTC finally announced One, their newest Android phone. Although One is right now among the hottest phones available, will this be able to stand out and claim its celebrity ?
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