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Learn How to Return to Stock on the AT&T/Rogers Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket

September 3, 20120 Comments

Getting rooted is great. It allows for a great number of things, including flashing custom ROMs, running root-only applications, flashing custom recoveries, and a whole lot more. In a sense, it’s really like opening up your device to allow you to do whatever it is you want to do. However, if something goes wrong with [...]

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Benchmark Scores Leaked for the Sony Xperia TX, T and V

September 2, 20120 Comments

The Sony Xperia 2011 was immensely successful. Not only were they popular devices worldwide, but Sony did a relatively good job keeping up with important updates and making sure they remained competitive. Well, they at least did better than most OEMs at keeping their devices up to date. Additionally, the developer support for the Xperia [...]

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Ice Cream Sandwich Official Update Rolling Out For Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9

September 2, 20120 Comments

Getting an official update is, in many ways, better than getting a leak or an unofficial update via ROM development. For one, you don’t need to be rooted to use it. Simply update the device like you normally would and go. However, perhaps more importantly, is that ROM developers get a stable new base with [...]

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FastOCR Brings Privacy and Built-In OCR Scanning

September 1, 20120 Comments

For those who don’t know, OCR stands for Optical Character Recognition. In essence, the function of OCR is to take a picture of text and turn it into machine encoded text. This means that you can scan a document and then have the capacity to to read it and do what you need with it. [...]

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Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Announced

September 1, 20120 Comments

It can be said with no falsehood that the Samsung Galaxy Note was a huge success. With a reported 10 million sales worldwide, Samsung has proved that the world loves cell phones with gigantic screens and great specs. It is with this in mind that Samsung has gone back to the drawing boards to make [...]

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Learn to Control Your Android Phone From Your Computer

August 30, 20120 Comments

Technology is amazing. You can control just about anything with anything these days and the only real challenge is figuring out how it works. You can control computers with other computers, you can turn computers into servers, you can control your house with your phone, and emerging technologies will eventually allow you to control your [...]

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Get Google Now on the Motorola Atrix 2

August 30, 20120 Comments

For those who are unaware, Google Now is a predictive application that tells you the info you need to know before you actually need it. It will learn your daily routines such as going to work, learn your calender, and even learn your favorite sports teams. Once it learns something, it’ll put cards into your [...]

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Finger Exploder Tests Your Finger Speed and Concentration

August 29, 20120 Comments

While Android gaming has come a very long way since it was first introduced, gaming on Android still consists of two main parts. The first is puzzle games where players roam around the interface solving puzzles to get to the next level. An example of a popular puzzle game is the Angry Birds series, wherein [...]

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Return Your Nexus S to Stock Using A One-Click Method

August 29, 20120 Comments

Rooting a device can be a lot of fun. Once rooted, you can flash any number of custom ROMs, themes, optimizations, mods, and pretty much anything else you can think of. Sometimes, however, something goes wrong and you need a quick way to get back to stock. Whether it’s turning your phone back into Samsung [...]

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Root and Unlock the HTC Explorer

August 28, 20122 Comments

The HTC Explorer slipped under a lot of radars upon its first release, but has recently gotten some buzz as a cheap Android phone with a unique version of HTC’s Sense UI. The specs are on par for last year’s smart phone, including a 600MHz processor, 512MB RAM, and a 3.2 inch touch screen. So [...]

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