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Back last month Google put in a few new updates to their Google Wallet app. First up was the ability to support all debit and credit cards - a welcome addition. Then the Android app became supported on the Verizon Galaxy Nexus officially. For months the Google Wallet Android app had only been supported on Sprint devices and those with a Galaxy Ne...Read more
Folks, the Google Nexus 7 tablet is officially unveiled and available for pre-order starting today. Literally every facet of the device we leaked over the past couple of weeks turned out to be true as the Google crew took the stage to unveil its first Nexus branded tablet running Android 4.1 out of the box. To recap and confirm the specs, it fe...Read more
In some interesting news today, the Wall Street Journal is reporting that Google "may" work with up to 5 OEM manufacturers to produce the new Nexus line of smart phones and tablets. Most of you are probably familiar with how much and Android devices can vary from carrier to carrier and how much manufactures likes to tinker with things. It’s...Read more
If you spend most of your day web surfing, you probably have tons of articles, news, and other informations to read. That's a good thing if you have the time to read them all. But if you don't have the luxury of time, you can save them for reading later on. That's when Read It Later, a web service for saving web content to view later on - comes...Read more
What started off as a single flagship device has quickly expanded into one happy family full of Galaxy S4 branded devices.Now there there are five different members to the S4 family, how do you know which one is right for you? In the end, it all comes down to the features you want or need. Some folks love stock Android, some don’t. Others need a...Read more
This week on Android Authority On Air we covered the latest and great Android ecosystem rumors to hit the web since Google IO last week. Will we see Android 4.3 announced and a few new devices come June 10th? We’re not sure but, a white Nexus 4 has been spotted again and a new, Google branded media player pass through the FCC.During IO13, a f...Read more
Same as "Net Eye Camera" but without the "native" code so it'll run on odd devices that don't support native code, like Logitech Revue Google TV.Because it does not have native cod...
Now that the first Android Ice Cream Sandwich device has launched in the United States -- the Samsung Galaxy Nexus -- it's time to focus our attention on which smartphones will be lucky enough to receive the coveted update to Android 4.0. According to a Google+ post on the official Android account, the Samsung Nexus S is scheduled to receive the...Read more
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Phone ScoopGarmin's Android phone headed to T-Mobile USAFierceWirelessT-Mobile USA announced it will begin selling Garmin's first Android-powered smartphone--branded as the Garminfone--"later this spring. ...T-Mobile Navigates Way to Garminfone LaunchWireless Weekall 7 news articles »...Read more
SlashGear (blog)Translation fail: Ovi Maps will not be available on AndroidRecombu... Presse suggesting that Greig Williams, GM of Nokia's operations in the Alp regions, had said that Ovi Maps would be available on Android in the future. ...Nokia's Ovi Maps headed to Windows Mobile and Android?Engadget (blog)Nokia Ovi Maps Android/WinMo por...Read more