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Android Retro Game Of The Week: Organ Trail – Director’s Cut

Android Retro Game Of The Week: Organ Trail – Director’s Cut

You know, I probably got my first taste of games as a very young lad playing Oregon Trail on the old Macintosh computers that most schools used to carry back in the early 90s. It was a new type of entertainment for me and I found it uniquely sublime. I would play to my hearts […]

Start Your Weekend Off the Right Way, With the Android Headlines Podcast!

Start Your Weekend Off the Right Way, With the Android Headlines Podcast!

The Android Headlines Show is live (almost) every week on Tuesday at 830pm EDT. This week was a lot of fun, as usual. We talked about a bunch of the latest Android news, hardware, apps and rumors. As you’ve noticed, the cast of the Android Headlines Show will probably rotate. It will usually be myself […]

Official Google Glass App Store on the Way

Official Google Glass App Store on the Way

It looks like Glass is about to get it’s own app store pretty soon. We’ve seen a lot of content on Glass lately and how it’s getting ready for public release in 2014. There’s now a new Google+ post by Glass Developer Advocate Timothy Jordan: As of today, you can submit your Glassware for review. […]

XiaoMi Overtakes HTC to Become the Fifth Most Used Smartphone Brand in China

XiaoMi Overtakes HTC to Become the Fifth Most Used Smartphone Brand in China

Samsung and Apple are the clear leaders when it comes to smartphone manufacturers. They are dominant not just here in the US, but all over the world. Chinese brand XiaoMi is making big moves though. Former Google VP Hugo Barra is now working with the Chinese OEM. They are doing something right, because XiaoMi has […]

Samsung Looking to buy a Stake in Best Buy?

Samsung Looking to buy a Stake in Best Buy?

Samsung has a boat load of money, especially after they just estimated their operating profit for Q3 to be around $9.3 billion. Samsung already has their own “Experience Shops” in many Best Buy locations, but they are looking to make that relationship a bit bigger. Right now the rumor going around, via the Korea Times, […]

Galaxy S4 and Note 3 Won’t Get the Patch that Enables the Full 8-Core Performance

Galaxy S4 and Note 3 Won’t Get the Patch that Enables the Full 8-Core Performance

It’s no secret that Samsung has had some issues with its big.Little processors. Either the two clusters weren’t migrating as well as they should have, which ended up making for a jaggy experience, or it would overheat more easily. The last issue is also why Samsung is saying they can’t enable the full 8-core performance in […]

Ads Starting to Show up in Gmail Promotion’s Tab

Ads Starting to Show up in Gmail Promotion’s Tab

Just as we had reported last week, with the latest Gmail v4.6 release, comes a host of new features, and one of those new features is the ability to place advertising in your Gmail account.  This should come as no surprise, since Google is in the advertising business and that is where they make 95-percent […]

AT&T Moto X Gets Its Camera Update Beginning Today

AT&T Moto X Gets Its Camera Update Beginning Today

The Moto X was a pretty great device. When I reviewed it last week, it was tough to find something bad to say about it. Sure many people thought the camera was bad, but I thought it was alright for a smartphone camera. Although this past week, I received the camera update on the Sprint […]

T-Mobile Makes it Official! Uncarrier Phase 3 Set for October 9th

T-Mobile Makes it Official! Uncarrier Phase 3 Set for October 9th

Next week it looks like we’ll learn more about what Phase 3 of the Uncarrier revolution will be all about. On Friday, T-Mobile sent out a tweet announcing the date. “Welcome International superstar @Shakira to team @TMobile. Get ready, the #UnCarrier Revolution continues 2013.10.09″ That is next Wednesday. There are already plenty of rumors about […]

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