Archive for August, 2012

List of Top Free Games for Nexus 7 Tablet

August 5, 20120 Comments

The Google Nexus 7 is among the greatest tablets ever released. It has everything you could ask for in a tablet. A decent sized screen with a fantastic resolution, a quad core processor, decent RAM, decent storage—if you get the 16GB model—and pretty much anything else you need in terms of a tablet. With such [...]

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Give Your Device a New Friend With 360 Battery Saver Application

August 5, 20120 Comments

Getting every last minute out of your battery has been a battle that has raged as long as Android has been around. While battery technology has improved dramatically since the olden days of the HTC G1, battery life continues to be a struggle in the lives of many Android users. This is also considering that [...]

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Triangle Away for Galaxy Note Removes Yellow Triangle

August 5, 20120 Comments

When rooting any Samsung device, there’s a very high likelihood that you’ll end up using a flash program like Odin or Heimdall. While this is all well and good, using these softwares to flash unsigned firmware—which is required to root many Samsung devices—do have an effect on the phone that you can only see sometimes. [...]

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Slices, A New Way To Use Twitter and manage it

August 4, 20120 Comments

OneLouder applications is a well known application developer team. Responsible for such popular social networking applications such as Tweetcaster for Twitter and Friendcaster for Facebook, they have accrued millions of downloads. Now, OneLouder has outdone themselves with a new Twitter application called Slices that brings a whole new element to Twitter. With the number one [...]

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AT&T HTC One X Update released, Rooted and Unrooted Users Can Upgrade

August 4, 20120 Comments

The HTC One X is one of the most popular Android devices HTC has ever released. With various versions of the One series on at least 3 US carriers and a larger number of carriers worldwide, anyone can experience the One Series. Recently, HTC made a statement about keeping their devices up to date and [...]

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Learn how to Unbrick Nexus 7 tablet and Return It To Stock

August 4, 20121 Comment

The newest Android tablet out there also happens to be one of the hottest and highest selling Android tablets of all time. The Google Nexus 7, made by ASUS, has the specs, price, and respect to take a lot of market share from Apple. In fact, there’s many testimonials out there on why many Apple [...]

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Raspberry Pi to Get A La Mode as Ice Cream Sandwich Becomes Available

August 3, 20121 Comment

For those who don’t know, Raspberry Pi is a very, very unique little device. Created by the Raspberry Pi Foundation, it is literally a little Linux computer that you can buy for $35. Included comes a 700MHz processor, 256MB of RAM, and is literally nothing more than an open board with all the pieces connected. [...]

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Jelly Bean Code Reveals Ability to Switch Users

August 3, 20120 Comments

Android Jelly Bean seems to be the Android OS that just keeps on giving. Not only have there been unofficial releases, but we’ve also brought you news of eventual official releases to come. Even with all that along with all the features that have been discovered in Jelly Bean, there’s still at least one more [...]

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SwitchMe Application now available for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

August 2, 20120 Comments

Some reports have shown that Jelly Bean actually comes equipped with the ability to switch users. Much like on a computer, multiple profiles can be made for multiple users and then those users can switch out their individual profiles. While not in fruition yet, it’s definitely an exciting feature for Android. Especially Android tablets. Given [...]

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Sony Xperia S Home Application can be used by Rooted Xperia users

August 2, 20120 Comments

As we’ve mentioned before, the Sony Xperia line up is legendary when it comes to sharing software. Practically everything you can have on any given Xperia device can be ported to any other Xperia device. The only restriction is whether or not developers actually want to do it. Even so, there isn’t much out there [...]

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