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Google Play 25 Billion Downloads Sale – Day 5

It’s Sunday which marks the end of the week and the end of Google’s 25 Billion Download .25 cent sale. As sad as the occasion is, Google is putting up 14 more solid Android games & apps to enjoy and including one game that’s a bit of surprise. There aren’t many apps today, but there are a few good ones with Nova Launcher Prime, Smart...

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Google Play 25 Billion Downloads Sale – Day 4

The 25 Billion downloads sale is slowly winding down, but the great deals are still rolling out. Google just released its next batch of .25 cent deals and while there are some good picks it’s a bit of a mixed bag today. Today’s games include Madden NFL 12, Where’s My Perry?, Ski Safari, Order & Chaos Online, Farm Invasion USA Premium, Po...

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Google Play 25 Billion Downloads Sale – Day 3

Day three of the Google Play 25 Billion Downloads sale is upon us, and we're back to tell you about the new games & apps you can snag for a quarter. Today's selection has a little something for everyone from hungry monsters, and amazing kids to pdf readers, and radio apps. First up we’ve got the apps which include TuneIn Radio Pro, HD Widg...

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Google Play 25 Billion Downloads Sale – Day 2

As we mentioned yesterday, Google Play hit 25 Billion downloads and Google is throwing a little celebration to show their appreciation. Today is the second day of the 25 Billion .25 cent sale, and as promised Google changed things up by adding some new games to the sale. The games up for grabs in sale today are Cut the Rope: Experiments, World o...

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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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Call Recorder Total Recall 2, Back With a Vengeance

Call Recorder Total Recall 2, Back With a Vengeance Say hello to the latest version of Killer Mobile's recording app for Android smartphones, Call Recorder Total Recall 2. Call Recorder Total Recall 2 is by far one of the most user friendly and secure ways to record your phone calls, both in and out, using the built in microphone in your Android running device. First things first, the app is ...

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Sony Reveals 2 New Android Walkman Players :the ZX 1 and the F880

android walkman Whenever you think that your iPod is cool, the alfa and omega like, you're forgetting one basic fact : before Apple and the iPod "revolution", the Sony Walkman ruled the world! I remember those cassette player Sony Walkmans since the 90's, yes, I am that old folks. And the first Walkman was invented back in 1978, when Steve Jobs was still th...

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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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Google, Facebook and Twitter are “Snooping” Through Your Private Emails Test Finds

facebook According to a confidentiality test result performed by High Tech Bridge, big corporations like Google, Facebook or Twitter failed to understand that Internet users are not very happy with their private emails being intercepted and scanned. High Tech Bridge is a cyber security company based in Switzerland and decided to test the confidential...

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New App Allows Piloting A Drone With Google Glass Using Head Movements

google glass 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...

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Contra: Evolution now available for Android

contra evolutionIt’s no secret that Android games usually come after their iOS counterpart has been out for a spell, and that’s the case with Contra: Evolution for Android. The old-school arcade shooter dropped yesterday morning, and while it looks like the game you grew up with quite a few things have changed. Contra: Evolution was originally released back...

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Google Glass Gets Police and Firefighters App

google glass   The Google Glass just got cooler, with a Police/Firefighters/First Responders App, courtesy of Mutualink. This proves the fact that Google Glass has lots of beneficial applications in real life scenarios, besides making your Facebook available when driving. Mutualink presented its Police app for Google Glass at APCO yesterday. APCO...

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Google Says NO to Gmail Privacy

google If you're a Gmail user, the free webmail service from the tech giant, you should know one thing : you have zero privacy when you're sending or receiving emails, and that's what Google said officially. After the NSA whistle blower Edward Snowden explained how wide spread and how deep is the State's electronic surveillance in everything we do,...

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25 000 Smartphones Infected With Android Malware From Google Play

android malware Dr. Web, a Russian based internet security company just announced that over 25 000 smartphones got exposed to Android  malware after downloading infected apps from Google Play, and that's pretty sad folks. This is becoming the new trend in hacking, the creation of malware infected Android apps which are then uploaded to Google Play. The sch...

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Google Glass Will Be Available for $299 According To Analyst

google glass The Google Glass is one of the most sought after devices by geeks everywhere but unfortunately, even if you're one of the few chosen "Explorers", you will have to pay a hefty price tag of $1500 for one pair of Google's finest. Google's policy was to release the Glass in the wild in the hand of a few carefully selected "Explorers", who had to...

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Droid World London 2013 Needs You!

droid world london Droid World London 2013 is an Android related Conference which will take place  at Earls Court 2,  between October 22-23 2013. This is where leading Android developers, along with  Android representatives and industry giants  like Google and Twitter will meet and discuss the challenges facing the Android  ecosystem. Even if Android is...

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Chrome for Android updated, introduces full-screen tablet browsing and automatic page translation

ChromeChrome for Android received a new update today, adding Google Translate functionality and full-screen tablet browsing to the mix. While these two features are the meat of the update, Chrome 28.0.1500.64 also brings us a new UI for RTL languages such as Arabic, Farsi and Hebrew. According to the Chrome team, you can also expect minor bug fixes an...

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Opera for Android version 15 now available for download from Google Play

Opera for Android If you are among the many people who use Opera as your preferred mobile Web browser for Android, then we’ve got some great news for you. Today, Opera announced the release of Opera for Android version 15, only a few weeks after the earlier release of its predecessor, Opera for Android version 14. This new version of the Web browser offers se...

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Google Maps update with new offline maps option pushed out after public backlash

Offline Maps Update Less than a couple of days after the most recent Google Maps update for Android comes yet another software revision, this time to re-add an old feature that was found to be “cleverly hidden” and only accessible via a mildly interesting easter egg. Users were outraged when it was discovered that the latest version of Google Maps for And...

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Win 730 Galaxy S4 units with T-Mobile’s JUMP #Hate2Wait campaign

T-Mobile JUMP Galaxy S4After announcing its new JUMP program, T-Mobile has started a #Hate2Wait online promotion campaign that has 730 Galaxy S4s as prizes.Short for “just upgrade my phone,” JUMP is a very interesting T-Mobile initiative that goes to show the carrier is willing to go to great lengths to distance itself from the others.In addition from waiving contrac...

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The wall between Google and Motorola could go down in the future – WSJ

new motorola logoYou 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...

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Korean report: “Nexus 5” to be based on LG G2, to come in early October with Android 5

Google LG Nexus 4 Logo aa 1 1600It’s looking more and more likely that the next Nexus smartphone will be manufactured by LG. The latest report that supports this prediction emerged today on the Korean tech site Daum.If the report is accurate, the successor to the Nexus 4 is currently being developed based on the hardware platform of the LG G2, the follow up to the Optimus G.The...

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Google updates Hangouts, allowing us to make phone calls

google-hangoutsAre you one of those Google Talk users who didn’t make the switch to Hangouts in Gmail because you like making calls? Yeah, me too. I like the updated interface of Hangouts, but the inability to make calls was a Gmail deal breaker.Google has heard our cries, and blessed Hangouts with the ability to make calls! Inside of Gmail, much like we curren...

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Android Jelly Bean: A look at how it became the champion we all wanted

Jelly Bean fragmentation 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...

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Google Edition Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One handsets are now shipping

HTC One Galaxy S4 Google Play Edition Here’s some good news if you’ve been eagerly awaiting the arrival of your new smartphone, the Google Edition Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One handsets have begun shipping out from Google, right on schedule. If you pre-ordered one, then you should receive an email with a tracking number sometime today. As you probably already know, the Google Edit...

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Jelly Bean overtakes Gingerbread to become most popular Android version in use today

Google Lawn Statues of Android versionsJelly 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...

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Do You Use AdBlock Plus? Well, Google Doesn't Care!

Adblock Plus If you're an Internet enthusiast like I am, you must know about Adblock Plus, an excellent tool for blocking unwanted scripts, pop-ups and annoying commercials running on your favorite websites. To me, a web addict, Adblock Plus is the best invention, since baby wipes. And being a free app is even better ! I was ready to use that "sliced bread"...

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