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CM11S 44S update rolling out now for the OnePlus One with some major bug fixes

| November 8, 2014
CM11S 44S update rolling out now for the OnePlus One with some major bug fixes

By Jonathan Feist Owners of the OnePlus One should be receiving an OTA to CyanogenMod’s CM11S build number 44S starting any time now. The update addresses a handful of major glitches and bugs that have been plaguing users, including touchscreen issue, screen artifacts and worse. The 44S update will push out to your device over-the-air, […]

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Lenovo N20 Chromebook Review

| November 8, 2014
Lenovo N20 Chromebook Review

By Lanh Nguyen The Bottom LineA Chromebook with a few tricks up its sleeve PROS Thin and lightweightGreat battery lifeSmooth performanceEase of use CONS Sub-par displayPoor touchscreen responsiveness 8.0The Lenovo N20 is like most other Chromebooks out there, but boasts the additional benefit of a 300 degree rotating hinge and touchscreen capabilities, all at the […]

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Civilization Revolution 2 makes its way to Android

| November 7, 2014
Civilization Revolution 2 makes its way to Android

By Jimmy Westenberg Android users have been missing out on Civilization games for quite some time now. When Civilization Revolution 2, the first mobile-optimized game in the Civilization series, first came out, it was unfortunately an iOS exclusive. Now Android fans can play the game on their mobile devices as well. If you aren’t already […]

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Asus Zenwatch will be available in the U.S. for $199, starting November 9th

| November 7, 2014
Asus Zenwatch will be available in the U.S. for $199, starting November 9th

By Jimmy Westenberg Android Wear has been around for a few months now, and we’ve already seen quite a few devices from major manufacturers. Back at Google I/O this year, we heard a bit about Asus‘ first take on the platform, the Zenwatch. Then, at IFA 2014, we got to see it in person. After […]

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The Football Leather Moto X (2014) is now available exclusively at Verizon

| November 7, 2014
The Football Leather Moto X (2014) is now available exclusively at Verizon

By Jimmy Westenberg Customization has always been a huge selling point for Motorola‘s Moto X line, especially with the newest option, Horween leather. Users can customize their phone through Moto Maker, and a few days later, receive a phone that’s specifically tailored to them. But what if premium Horween leather isn’t good enough? Somewhere out […]

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5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week! – Google Play Weekly

| November 7, 2014
5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week! – Google Play Weekly

By Joe Hindy Welcome back to another episode of Google Play Weekly! Here are the headlines: Microsoft has announced some preview builds for MS Office on Android tablets which means a full release isn’t far off! They also added Dropbox support. Google seems to be preparing for the launch of Google Copresence, a service that […]

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DietRadar – Indie app of the day

| November 7, 2014
DietRadar – Indie app of the day

By Joe Hindy What is DietRader? DietRadar is an application that helps you quickly read the ingredients list on products to see if they coincide with whatever diet you follow. It uses your camera, AR, and OCR technology to scan labels and read out the ingredients for you. It’s currently free in the Google Play […]

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Customize the look of your Moto 360 with the SteelConnect M

| November 7, 2014
Customize the look of your Moto 360 with the SteelConnect M

By Rob Triggs The Moto 360 features a small selection of straps to customize your smartwatch, but it’s hardly an extensive set of choices for the fashion concious. If you’re looking for a wider variety of options you might be interested in SteelConnect. The company already has a product ready for the Pebble smartwatch and […]

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Material Design: like it, love it or find yourself somewhere in between?

| November 7, 2014
Material Design: like it, love it or find yourself somewhere in between?

By Andrew Grush Last summer we first learned about Google’s Material Design language, since then we’ve slowly but surely seen traces of it roll out to various Google and 3rd-party apps. And now with Lollipop rolling out, Google has been pushing hard to bring Material Design to as many apps as possible, while also encouraging […]

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Vsenn is a mystery modular smartphone project that promises 4 years of Android updates

| November 7, 2014
Vsenn is a mystery modular smartphone project that promises 4 years of Android updates

By Matthew Benson (Preface: All images featured in this article are taken from Google’s Project Ara. The device in question here has yet to be unveiled). Modular mobiles are of a somewhat contentious nature. On the one hand, the ability to customize and replace specific parts of your phone is the perfect panacea to damage, […]

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Samsung Galaxy Nexus gets an early taste of Android 5.0 Lollipop

| November 7, 2014
Samsung Galaxy Nexus gets an early taste of Android 5.0 Lollipop

By Andrew Grush Last year Google essentially abandoned the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, citing RAM and TI driver limitations as just a few of the reasons why the device would never officially see Android 4.4 KitKat. Since then however, the Android community has stepped up to the plate to deliver quite stable builds of Android 4.4 […]

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Video: Android 5.0 Lollipop running on Samsung’s Galaxy S4

| November 7, 2014
Video: Android 5.0 Lollipop running on Samsung’s Galaxy S4

By Rob Triggs We’ve already seen early builds of Android 5.0 Lollipop running on the Samsung Galaxy S5 and now it is the turn of the handset’s older Galaxy S4 sibling to receive the same treatment. As per earlier reports, the video shows the Korean (Exynos SoC) version of the Galaxy S4 running Lollipop. The […]

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