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Google aggressively attempts to wrench control in iOS with Gmail

gmail It is widely known that Google is slowly but surely dominating the markets. Google has recently made a very aggressive move that is a case and point “demonstration” of why this is the case. The iOS is one of Google’s major obstacles on its road to glory. The latest update for iOS Gmail basically insures that Gmail users stay within the Googl...

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Google Does Read Your Emails, According to Its Updated ToS

google   Google Admits to Reading Your Emails The tech giant Google just admitted that it's actually reading your emails. In case you did not know, after the privacy terms and conditions were updated on Monday, it became very clear the fact that all the information submitted via its email system is analyzed. The announcement is part of Google's...

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Can we really trust Google?

google When I'm asked if I trust Google, I have to say that trust doesn't come by default, it has to be earned first. In the beginning, we all trusted the good ol' Google with our private data, because they promised they will keep it secure. Fair warning, it's not only Google in this position, but they are THE tech company, the giant, the alpha and om...

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Guide Peru

0(0)

The exhibition of the Montreal Fine Arts Museum, on which this application is based entitled Peru: Kingdoms of the Sun and Moon contains over 300 artworks and artifacts from private and public collect...

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Chinese IT Giant Lenovo Banned by US State Department

Lenovo You got that right, the US State Department just announced that all Lenovo-made personal computers/laptops/Android running devices, well, you name it, are not allowed anymore inside the secure US networks. Basically, Lenovo cannot supply anymore IT equipment for intelligence agencies in US and worldwide due to very serious concerns regarding...

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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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Leading Volume Widget

3(2)

This leading volume widget can be used to control or manage volume level of alarm, music player, notification, calling and android sound.You can adjust many volume type from your home screen convenien...

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Construction Safety

5(4)

When it comes to the construction environment nothing is as important as safety. It can often represent a barrier of protection for your employees and provide a sense of security in an individual's jo...

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Minnesota Basketball *FREE*

5(2)

Do you love the Minnesota Timberwolves? The Minnesota Basketball Rush is now available to you for FREE but for a *Limited Time*! Now you can catch the Timberwolves games easily! Go Twolves!Features of...

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More Or Less

5(3)

More Or Less : useful application to pass the time.Guess the mystery number in a minimum of attempts.The computer tells you "it's more" or "it's less".3 Levels of difficulty to ad...

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Spring Snowdrop

4.5(2)

Spring Snowdrop is a FREE LIVE WALLPAPER!You can choose from many wonderful live wallpapers in our account, we are sure that you can find the best for you and your phone.TO USE: Home -> Press MENU ...

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Yellow Bird

4.1(120)

Yellow Bird is a FREE LIVE WALLPAPER!You can choose from many wonderful live wallpapers in our account, we are sure that you can find the best for you and your phone.TO USE: Home -> Press MENU ->...

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Sony announces global rollout of my Xperia remote security service

my Xperia Some time earlier this year, Sony started testing its very own remote security service for smartphones, called Sony my Xperia. Fast forward a full five months, and now the company is gearing up to finally launch this service for Xperia smartphone users across the planet. In case you missed it, my Xperia is Sony’s attempt at making sure that ...

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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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Attack of the Spooklings FR...

4.7(23)

Arcade Slashing Action!Cut down hordes of Spooklings in a desperate attempt to save your village!Combining a classic arcade experience with satisfying swiping action, Attack of the Spooklings is the u...

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Bombcats: Special Edition

5(13)

Bombcats explodes onto Android! Help Fuzzball and friends rescue the Bombkittens across a massive world with nearly 200 levels.From Radiangames, creators of the award-winning Slydris, Super Crossfire...

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Samsung’s CEO denies that the Galaxy S4 isn’t selling well

Samsung LogoThe other day we heard that Samsung’s Galaxy S4 sales figures were disappointing some investors, leading to a big stock sell-off which wiped around $12 billion off the value of the technology giant in a single day.A report by J.P. Morgan led the charge, suggesting that sales of high-end smartphones were lagging behind expectations across the boar...

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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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Softbank is considering a bid for T-Mobile if its Sprint offer falls through

SprintSoftbank, one of Japan’s largest telecommunications companies, is still currently engaged in an attempt to secure a $20.1 billion deal which would see the company purchase 70 percent of the US carrier Sprint. But if the offer falls through it seems that SoftBank is prepared to change tack and offer a separate bid to purchase T-Mobile from Deutsch...

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Nuns vs. Zombies in Twin Blades for Android

Twin.Blades-AndroidWe see our share of shooters here at Android-Apps, and there’s usually a few new ones released every day. Twin Blades is the latest shooter to get our attention with its manga style and medieval setting – it also involves a zombie killing nun which is something you don’t see every day. Twin Blades puts you in the shoes of a nun with a knack f...

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Samsung Galaxy S3 Browser Bug Consumes More Data Than It Should

s3 murtazinWill you still love me with a bug inside? Do you love detective stories, or exploits of spies as they attempt to uncover a mystery for the ages? Researchers over at the University of Massachusetts–Amherst must have felt the same sense of triumph after they uncovered a bug in the Samsung Galaxy S3's stock Internet browser, where this bug in...

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Apple loses Dutch court case against Samsung

ipad vs galaxy tab 10.1Samsung has been dealt an impressive win in the Dutch Supreme Court, where their Galaxy tab 10.1 was deemed to not have infringed on the iPad design. This follows another win for Samsung, as The Hague ruled in their favor earlier this year, regarding several tablet lawsuits brought forth last fall by Apple.In regard to the Galaxy Tab 10.1, Apple cl...

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Intel buys ST-Ericsson’s GPS chip division, first acquisition under Intel’s new CEO

Intel-LogoToResizeWith PC sales continuing to decline, the mobile market is becoming increasingly important for Intel. The company already has several Android and Windows-based mobile devices that run on its x86 chips, and could even soon be adding the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 to that list. All of this is certainly a step in the right direction, but if Intel rea...

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Lambda Labs launching facial recognition API for Google Glass

Google Glass VisionDystopian future, here we come! Google Glass is about to receive access to a new facial recognition API, courtesy of Lambda Labs. The new API should be out within a week, provided that all goes as it should.Who is Lambda Labs? They are a small startup that released a non-Glass facial recognition tech API just last year, and currently have over 1,0...

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Hard to break up: Samsung resumes providing LCDs to Apple

AppleYou’ve probably forgotten this already, but there once was a time when Samsung and Apple were best of friends, like two peas in a pod. However, technology is a fast moving market and in a post-2012 world, it would be difficult to get Samsung and Apple into the same room without one taking a bite out of the other (no pun intended).After countless ...

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Rumor: Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 will feature Intel chipset

Samsung Logo aa 600px 2In recent years Intel has pushed hard to roll its x86 processors onto mobile devices running both Windows and Android. Unfortunately, none of these attempts have exactly blown anyone’s socks off – or if they have, they were just too limited in marketing to make any major impact.What Intel needs is a tablet maker that will help them really s...

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The Best New Android Games of the Week – May 25, 2013

best.new.android.games 1. Combo Crew The Combo Crew is a new touch-based brawler from the fine folks known as The Gamebakers. You’ll have to beat down hundreds of bad guys as you attempt to climb to the top of the tower, and you can even get a little help from your friends in using the games asynchronous multiplayer mode. You can read a little more about Combo Cre...

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Google introduces natural language search and machine recognition for photos

You know what photos we're searching for, right? (Image credit: Photographer / Shutterstock) You know what photos we’re searching for, right? (Image credit: Photographer / Shutterstock)Search is increasingly becoming human. While users from my generation have been used to search operators like “and”, “or” and the plus and minus signs, search queries are becoming more and more natural language like. Take for i...

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