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Paranoid Android’s HALO project is now open source

HALOIntrigued by HALO but not exactly interested in moving over to the Paranoid Android ROM to try it? We have good news for you. Taking to Google+, the folks behind Halo and the Paranoid ROM have announced that they are going open source with the HALO project. This means that Android developers can now poke through the HALO code and incorporate it in...

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Mad Catz CEO announces new Android gaming console dubbed “Project M.O.J.O.” coming at E3

OuyaOuya gaming consoleE3 is nearly upon us, and of course, a lot of gaming news is expected. We’ll be hearing more about PlayJam’s Android-powered plug-and-play GameStick, but they aren’t going to be the only guys at the expo showing off the Android gaming experience, as Mad Catz CEO Darren Richardson announced Project M.O.J.O., anot...

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Guardian Project To Secure Android Phones – UberGizmo (blog)

UberGizmo (blog)Guardian Project To Secure Android PhonesUberGizmo (blog)While there aren't many (if any) cryptographically secure phones for you to buy off the shelves, but Android phones might just become able to fulfill that ...Guardian Project planning secure Android smartphonesSlashGear (blog)Guardian Project has secure Android smartphones...

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How to Turn Your Android Smartphone Into a Microscope With The Microphone Lens

microphone lens I don't know about you, but I think that turning your Android running smartphone into a microscope is the coolest idea ever and now it can become reality, thanks to the Microphone Lens. I love to take macro pictures of insects and stuff, especially with a nice auto-focus camera (I always use my smartphone, I never owned a dedicated camera), ...

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Nokia Still Working on the Mountain View Android Prototype

mountain view After the last week article from the New York Times, in which Nokia was revealed to be working on an Android device(the Mountain View project), as an alternative to their Microsoft running line of Lumia smartphones, now we just found out that Nokia didn't completely dropped the Android project, even if Microsoft's acquisition of their mobile busi...

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Nokia Was Working on a Lumia Android Smartphone Before Selling to Microsoft

android If you're an Android fan, this may be shocking to you, but as I already suspected a long time ago, Nokia really intended to launch an Android running smartphone, before selling its mobile business to Microsoft. There were rumors and speculation since 2012 that Nokia is considering an Android device, now we know for a fact that it was a reali...

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Amazon Preparing His Own Android Gaming Console?

amazon According to anonymous sources (I just love this kind) cited by the Game Informer magazine, the retail giant Amazon is preparing for entering combat in the increasingly competitive market of Android gaming consoles with its own brand. So, those mysterious sources told Game Informer that Amazon Inc is working hard in developing its own Androi...

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Quick Review: Juicy Hunt for Android

Quick Review: Juicy Hunt for Android Physics-based fruit games became popular with Fruit Ninja, and many a developer has taken a crack at the winning formula behind the fruit slicing game. Juicy Hunt is the latest Android game to let you play with fruit, and if flinging flip flops is your thing it’s a game you may want to check out.Juicy Hunt is a game about two friends on a quest f...

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Pet Shop by Pet Project

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Pet Shop by Pet Project is a cross platform (Android, iOS) application aimed at being your one stop shop for pet products. New inventory is added frequently.From buying your first leash, to remodeling...

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ASUS Wi-Fi Projection

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*Wirelessly project content through your ASUS wireless-ready projector!!ASUS Wi-Fi Projection is an easy-to-use app which enables you to project whatever is on your mobile device display through an AS...

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Android-powered Peloton Exercise Bike surpasses Kickstarter goal of $250,000

peloton-bikeWant an ultra high-end exercise bike with a built-in tablet running Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean? The folks at exercise equipment company Peloton think some people do, and their first product’s performance on Kickstarter has proven them right. At the time of this writing, the Peloton Exercise Bike project has accumulated more than $260,000 in funding...

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Android bug that affects 99% of devices detailed

computer-hacker The specifics of the widespread Android bug we previously reported on have, since security firm Bluebox revealed its existence to the developer community earlier this week, remained mired in mystery. It was understood that a malicious application could abuse Android’s signing mechanism – the operating system’s safeguard against infectiou...

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Paul O’Brien working on one click Switch between stock Android and Sense 5 for HTC One

HTC One Google Edition Famed Android developer Paul O’Brien is working on a project called Switch, which would allow HTC One users to quickly switch from AOSP Android to Sense 5, and back. Dual booting, or having two separate operating systems on one device, has been the dream of many users torn between the clean and stylish interface of stock Android and the extra fe...

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The Android-killer that wasn’t? Tizen is “almost dead”, says industry insider

Tizen Logo genie Yesterday, news broke that Samsung would delay the release of the first smartphone running Tizen, a Linux-based operating system that the Korean company has been developing together with Intel and other partners. According to the Korean website iNews, the reason for the delay of the device, widely thought to bear the GT-I8800 code number, would be...

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Android 4.3 to sort apps and widgets by usage amount, new code apparently suggests

Android A look at recently discovered code seems to reveal that Android 4.3 Jelly Bean will automatically sort apps and widgets by usage amount rather than alphabetically, as it’s currently done. Myce – the publication that first mentioned details about the Chromebook Pixel – discovered the new bits of code pointing to this particular features in th...

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How did NVIDIA get Project Shield noticed at E3?

Project Shield at E3Since Project Shield was unveiled at CES this January, the Android gaming world has been eagerly anticipating its arrival. A handheld gaming platform, with enough power to run a PlayStation 3 game, is perfect for mobile game fans. The dedicated gaming device also has a physical controller, which solves another little issue we have with mobile gamin...

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The Best New Android Apps of the Week – June 16, 2013

pngbest.new_.android.apps_1This weeks list of the Best New Android Apps has a little something for everyone, including a few new Android Games. We've consolidated our "best new" lists, and hope you enjoy our picks for the past week... 1. Google Cloud Print If you’ve ever wanted to print something on the fly from your mobile device today’s your lucky day. Google relea...

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Google Reveals Project Loon, Internet from Balloon

Project Loon Yeah, you got that right, Google goes high tech with the Project Loon, providing internet for the people with a little help from a balloon. It sounds like a bad joke, I know, but the idea is not so looney after all. Since the Hindenburg disaster, balloons don't have such a good press, but now, Google X Labs reinvented the wheel sort of speak, as ...

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Google reveals “Project Loon”, set to bring balloon-powered Internet to the world

Google logo aaGoogle on Friday has taken its quest to bring the Internet to the entire world one step closer with the unveiling of “Project Loon”. Project Loon is another idea that comes from the Google X labs, and is designed to connect even people in the most remote regions of the globe to the Internet, via giant balloons that circle the globe at 60,000 fe...

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CyanogenMod founder wants to help protect your data with incognito mode for Android

CyanogenMod In light of the recent NSA data spying scandal, it’d be remiss if I didn’t bring you this news. CyanogenMod founder Steve Kondik has announced on Google+ that he’s working on a new “Run in Incognito Mode” feature for Android.The function will act as a master controller for all your personal data, only allowing access to it to the apps w...

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Mad Catz Reveals the M.O.J.O. Android Micro Console at E3

M.O.J.O. Mad Catz just announced at the E3 gaming event in Los Angeles their new Android micro-console named M.O.J.O. This new contender on the market will make Microsoft's Xbox One and Sony's PlayStation 4 to tremble with excitement. Not. Or at least, I'm not sure. Yet. Actually, the M.O.J.O.will be competing with other Android consoles, like the Ouya a...

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Picasso: the ''painter'' for Android developers

picassoFor those of you who have been following the latest developments in the Android world you might know that Square Inc. launched some open source projects the week before Google I/O 2013. Since they rely heavily on open source software, it was a way to give back to the community. Today I'll write about one of those Android libraries, Picasso, that...

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The Best New Android Apps of the Week – June 9, 2013

pngbest.new_.android.apps_ It was a slow week for releases, but we still managed to scrounge up 7 new Android Apps for our list of the Best New Android Apps of the Week. 1. Vine for Android Vine for Android finally arrived last week, and it’s pretty safe to say it was well worth the wait. It also quickly became a lock for the top spot on our list of the Best New Andr...

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Acer announces 5.7-inch Liquid S1 with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean

Acer Liquid S1 Acer is venturing into new device territory with the announcement of its latest Android-powered smartphone called the Liquid S1. It’s the Taiwan-based company’s first proper “phablet” in that it features a 5.7-inch 720p HD touchscreen display. Between that and its attractive exterior, it’s sure to get a lot of attenti...

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Huck Gee’s Battle Tails is headed to Android

battleBattle Tails is a side-scrolling TD game that puts you to work defending your village against waves of enemy troops. It’s a mechanic we’re all familiar with, and it’s a blast when handled properly. What makes Battle Tails unique are the characters and settings which come straight from the mind of Huck Gee. If you know anything about designer ...

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DARPA develops Android-based sensor for future use in UAVs and more

DARPA ADAPT sensor DARPA, the U.S. Department of Defense’s famous research agency, put out a call for developers a few years back for help on a new mobile-oriented project that it started called the ADAPT program. ADAPT — which stands for Adaptable Sensor System — was said to be a way of seeking “novel techniques and processes to rapidly deve...

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Is Samsung’s success a problem for Android? Not according to Sundar Pichai

Sundar Pichai and Walt MossbergWe opine about Samsung’s grip on Android quite a bit. Is it healthy for Android? What about TIzen? There are so many issues we concern ourselves with.It comes from a good place, though. We love Android, and would really like to see a little levelling in the market. HTC makes fantastic devices, and the LG Nexus 4 is brilliant. Those two are, u...

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Hit the Streets and Wreak some Havoc with Carmageddon for Android

Carmageddon-Android If you were gaming in the late 90s chances are you’ve heard of Carmageddon as it made quite the splash when it was released for the PC in 1997. The folks at Stainless Games wanted to bring the retro racer to a new generation, and last night that happened as Carmageddon for Android was unleashed on the masses. If you’re unfamiliar with the ga...

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