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Reports are now coming in the Samsung had a huge day in sales for the Galaxy S 5. The handset is said to exceed the Galaxy S 4 sales by more than double in some regions. I picked up two on launch day along with the new HTC One and while at the T-Mobile store, a family came in and purchased 5 and there was a couple already there getting two when I walked in. the salesman across the counter told me it’s been like that all day and he himself can’t wait until the employees can purchase one because he plans on buying a few for his family. This news isn’t a surprise to me or anyone who managed to get their hands on the handset at launch. There was a few mini lines inside stores in my area and there was even longer lines at Samsung Experience Stores. The device is great and I can see even eclipsing the Galaxy S 4 sales sooner than expected. Read the rest of this entry »


Dailymotion has just pushed out a new version to their beta testers that have Chromecast support. Dailymotion is a huge video source and they have finally decided to join in on the Chromecast party. If you’re not a part of the beta program, click here to find out how you can be included and download the app from the Google Play Store. There are still a few more video streaming services for Android that hasn’t added support; hopefully they will all be onboard soon. Read the rest of this entry »


Motorola said there would be a new version of the Moto X launching soon. So far not much is known about this device but it will be highly customizable like the original. Today, EVLeaks got a hold of what could be a list of back plate options for the handset. The list includes 25 options and different materials including wood and leather. The name Moto X+1 have been thrown around a few times, we’ll see if that sticks when the handset becomes official. Read the rest of this entry »

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LG has finally sent out the update for Sprints LG G2. The d=handset has already been updated to Android 4.4.2 on T-Mobile and AT&T. Sprint customers should be able to pull the update now. It adds full screen immersive mode along with the latest version of Android. The usual bug and security fixes are included as well. Make sure your running a stock device to safely update. Verizon G2 owners are still on the clock and there’s no official word on when the update will arrive. Read the rest of this entry »


We still don’t know what the device looks like but we now have our first look at the OS on the OnePlus One. The handset runs Cyanogenmod OS 11S, the “S” could likely mean that the build is exclusive to the OnePlus One or it could just be a codename for the test build that’s running on the device. An about screen and the lock screen image has leaked and you can see them above. The lock screen has a clean new look with a few important items on the screen. We still can’t wait to see how it looks but the device is powered by a Snapdragon 801 processor and has a 5.5 inch display. Read the rest of this entry »


Tomorrow T-Mobile will be ending its discount for corporate customers. T-Mobile is said to make this move because even without the discount they feel they have the best deal in town. They go on to say that the corporate discount was implemented by carriers to entice large corporations to bring their services to the carrier. T-Mobile feels this discount is no longer valid and you’d pay less with them regardless and have better features from the carrier. Time will tell how this plays out for them; the initial reaction isn’t a good one. Read the rest of this entry »


Motorola just updated its Boot Services for Android devices. The new message when you start up your handset will now display the Powered by Android message. This puts the compatible device in compliance with the new requirement from Google to Android OEM’s. It also removes the message from the handsets that says that Motorola is a Google company. If you haven’t updated your Boot services yet, click here to do so. Read the rest of this entry »


Today Philips introduced a few more televisions that run Android and feature 4K UHD resolution. These are the first televisions we’ve seen with this feature since Hisense announced theirs back at CES. Philips offering is powered by a quad core processor, comes in either 48 or 55 inches and has a dual tuner that allows you to watch a show and record another. Philips will launch these televisions in the second half of this year in Europe and Russia. There’s no word on if we will see these units here in the US. Click here to take a look at the full specs of the television and there’s a video promo with more information below. Read the rest of this entry »


ZeptoLab just launched Cut the Rope 2 for Android. The game is free to download and to play but it does feature a good amount of in-app purchase options. Cut the Rope 2 is a fun and entertaining game just like the first. ZeptoLab also released download figures for the Cut the Rope franchise and there have been over 500 million downloads of the games in the series. You can click here to download the game now and there’s a video demo of the gameplay after the jump. Read the rest of this entry »


Microsoft has finally made their Office app for Android totally free. In the past you would need a subscription to Office 365 to edit documents on your Android device. Now you can view and edit documents to your hearts content. It might have taken Microsoft to long to implement this change as most Android users that need Office already use apps like QuickOffice to complete these tasks. For now, this feature is only available for home use. Business users with Android devices still need an Office 365 subscription. Read the rest of this entry »

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