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During the 3rd quarter of 2011 HTC was the top selling mobile phone manufacture in the U.S. and had taken 24% of the market even out selling Apple at the time. When the iPhone4 was released HTC basically was shouldered aside and began a steady decline. The reviews are now out and it has been stated by many that the HTC ONE is currently the best sm...Read more
If you lift weights and would like to gain lean muscle mass, you are in the majority as far as weightlifters. Unfortunatly, gaining muscle mass is not always as easy as you might hope. It can take wee...
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innocreativesAndroid OS has nearly doubled its market share over the last three monthsNews Live (blog)Among consumers who own a smartphone survey showed that 7% compared to 4 hours using the shell Android% three months ago. No doubt,The other operating ...Google Is Missing an Android Opportunity on Non-smartphonesGigaOm (blog)Latest Android consume...Read more
USA TodayEight ways Google's Droid fails to impressTechRepublic (blog)It's been several months since Verizon released an Android smartphone, and I was an early adopter of the device. At first, I was blown away by the Droid, ...How Secure are iPhone and Android AppsPhysOrg.comRIM Is Screwed (RIMM)San Francisco ChronicleAndroid may be next be...Read more
ZDNet (blog)More than 30000 Android apps in just three monthsHigh Tech LoungeGoogle has confirmed in an update that the number of Android applications has almost doubled in only three months. By mid-December, there have been 16000 ...App empowers smartphone users to report real-world coverage dataZDNet (blog)Firefox Mobile browser Fennec spotted on...Read more
The GuardianTwo months after the Nexus One, Motorola Droid to get Android 2.1BetaNewsMotorola's Droid has been by far the most popular Android smartphone to hit the US market, ...Google Nexus One Coming to SprintPC MagazineSprint Joins Google's Android StoreinfoSync WorldReport: Nexus One Launch Dismal, Though Droid's Bests iPhone's...Read more
The Guardian3 Mobile to launch six Android mobile phones in three monthsMobile OffersNetwork operator 3 Mobile has revealed plans to launch six handsets in the coming months which are powered by Google's Android operating system (OS). ...3 Networks Bets Big On Android Platforms With Six Handsets In 2010ITProPortalVodafone UK to refresh Android ...Read more
Discover 101 Amazing Ways To Build Happy Lasting Relationships!Dating and marriage is different today than it was twenty years ago. In today's society, more than 50% of all marriages fail for one reas...
Twitter's Periscope Android app is arguably the best live-streaming application yet and it became available for Android users last year, 2 months after it made its debut for iOS devices. Since we're living in the day and age of mobile internet and high tech smartphones with HD cameras, ubiquitous live-streaming was kind of expected and it's al...Read more
The popularity of this OS By the later part of 2003 a group of young computing professionals came together with one purpose and that is to create a software development company. This company would grow at a tremendous pace and eventually have a major impact on the cellular mobile phone as we know it. It soon became very clear that the product whic...Read more
It’s that time of year, and if you’re looking for a multimedia tablet, you have a lot to choose from. More Americans are switching to tablets for computing on the go and eMarketer expects that tablet users will surpass one billion worldwide by the end of 2015. Getting on the bandwagon is easy, there are a lot of tablets out there, but unless yo...Read more
Bias throws any hint of fair assessment out the window. Even with independent reviews in consideration, there’s the suspicion that not all ground has been covered, not enough to justify the verdict at the end of a review. This has been the challenge in comparisons, especially in consumer electronics. For the longest time, Sony and Nintendo were...Read more
Thanks to the new Android app from Inkifi, now available for download for free from the Google Play Store, you will now benefit from the Instagram Printing App from Inkifi directly on your Android running smartphone or tablet. Just click here, download and install the new Android version of the Inkifi app and start printing Instagram photos!...Read more
If you’re a mobile game I’m sure you’ve noticed the lack of ‘quality’ football games out there. There are some decent ones, but nobody has managed to give us a true Madden or Tecmo Bowl experience on a mobile. Enter Gridiron Thunder, a Kickstarter project from MogoTXT that looks to bring a solid football experience to the Ouya and other m...Read more
Google Glass has been around for quite a few months now and, while some people are still wondered by it, there are others who have been busy little bees and didn’t just explore it, but expanded its capabilities. Blaine Bublitz, a developer and co-founder of IcedDev, a coding company, used his extensive knowledge and did what he does best: usi...Read more
According to Bloomberg, the market share for Android tablets is on the rise, while Apple is going down. And this happens on the world's largest market, the Popular Republic of China, where Android OS is becoming increasingly popular. Pretty weird for an open source OS in an authoritarian country where even internet access is censored, don't yo...Read more
I don't know about you but I often find myself playing with my phone, especially when in the bathroom (yeah, too much info, I know) or waiting on a friend somewhere in the city. I usually go and check out my favorite websites or take a look on Facebook, but sometimes I like to play a little, you know, wasting some (un)productive time, like my g...Read more
Several companies have tried to put out e-wallets, but not many have been very successful. Remember Google Wallet? Samsung threw its hat into the ring a few months ago when they released the Beta version of Samsung Wallet in the U.S., and we’re pleased to report its finally left beta and is now available for a few select Samsung Devices. The S...Read more
The latest flagship from the Koreans is now official, as the Optimus branding was abandoned, enters LG G2. Featuring a 5.2 inches wide screen, the LG G2 is a tad bigger than your regular flagship smartphone. But the resolution remained the same, at 1920x1080 pixels. The display panel is an IPS LCD with an impressive brightness measured at ...Read more
And then again, like a wild Snorlax, yet another rumor surfaces over the interwebz, another epic story about the legendary Samsung Galaxy Note 3. This weird half smartphone half tablet thingy was so rumored in the last few months that I'm wondering if it will ever hit the shelves in my life time. Samsung's marketing department is playing wit...Read more
You know the firewall between Google and Motorola that Android VP Hiroshi Lockheimer talked about at MWC ? Well, the wall is there, for now, but it could easily go down in the future. That’s the gist of a report from the Wall Street Journal that quotes “people familiar to the matter” talking about the complicated relationship between Goo...Read more
The first time we saw Jelly Bean in any kind of official capacity was back in August of last year. The new Android iteration (4.1, to be exact) made a subtle appearance, popping up on less than 1% of Android devices. What it represented was an incremental step forward from Ice Cream Sandwich, with a bevy of little tweaks and improvements. The UI w...Read more
It has been a little over six months since Nvidia unveiled its next-gen Tegra 4 processor. While we were genuinely impressed with its performance and especially its monster 72-core GPU, it seems smartphone OEMs were not as impressed, as most of them opted for Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 600 and 800 series. So while we’ve seen a few tablets featuring...Read more
Jelly Bean now used on just under 38% of active Android devices. The latest set of numbers showing which versions of Android are actually being used in the real world have been published by Google. The new data shows that Android 4.x, which includes Ice Cream Sandwich and Jelly bean, runs on over 61 percent of devices, while Jelly Bean itself (Andr...Read more