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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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If can’t wait to get your hands on the new HTC One or just want a small taste of the media he devices offers, you can now download the official wallpapers from the device. There are 18 in total and if you own a variant of the original HTC One, these might come to your device at some point. But, why wait to download them when you can have the collection now. Click here to download the set. Read the rest of this entry »

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We first saw the “Powered by Android” logo back when the Samsung Galaxy S 5 was announced. The same logo has made an appearance on pretty much all versions of the new HTC One, with the exception of Verizon’s model for now. It looks like Google is requiring this in an effort to help promote the Android brand. The move is a good one for customers who may not know what OS the phone they want runs. Manufacturers who want to take advantage of Google Services will have to comply with the new logo. Read the rest of this entry »

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All high-end devices are treated to their very own teardown and now it’s time for the new HTC One. As expected, the metal casing on the device makes it’s a tough repair and you might not want to tackle it yourself. If you do, click this link to find out how you can open it up and replace parts on your own. There’s also a video of the teardown after the break. Read the rest of this entry »

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NVIDIA has finally decided to drop the price of Shield to $199. At this price, it makes it more competitive with traditional handheld gaming units from Nintendo and Sony. The Shield is easily the best Android gaming platform and its one of the few Tegra 4 devices available today. Android 4.4 is on the way along with a new UI and other upgrades to the unit. That update is coming soon so if you purchase the device now you’ll have a nice surprise waiting for in a few weeks. You can click here find out where you can pick yours up now. Read the rest of this entry »

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It’s almost time for Google’s annual developer’s conference. This year you won’t have to try and get in when registration opens as Google will be using a new random selection method. You can register to attend I/O 2014 on April 8th through the 10th. Google will then select individuals at random and they will be emailed information on how they can purchase tickets. The tickets cost $900 for general admission and $300 of academic admission. Normally tickets sell out in a matter of minutes so it’ll be interesting to see how this new system works. Google I/O will be held in San Francisco on June 25-26. Read the rest of this entry »

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HTC is making easier for fans of their UI to get a taste of what their device owners enjoy. Blinkfeed news streaming service will be available for non-HTC devices soon. You can actually see the app in the Google Play Store now but it says it’s only available for the HTC One (M8). That will change soon and HTC could also release its other apps to any Android device as well. HTC plans to put their apps in the Play Store so they can be updated independent of a system update. Keep an eye out for this, HTC says it will happen soon. Read the rest of this entry »

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HTC has officially unveiled the new One and if you’re not into being tied to a carrier, there are a few options available for you to order now. HTC is accepting orders for the Developer Edition of the device which ships without carrier bloat and unlocked. This version is also has an unlockable bootloader and its available in either gray or gold. The unlocked version is available in those same colors and silver as well. The unlocked HTC One ships SIM-free and it’s based off the AT&T version of the device. Both handsets costs $649 and you can grab them here. Read the rest of this entry »

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LG has finally released a few more images of the G Watch. This watch runs Android Wear and it will be releasing in the second half of this year. It features a rectangular shape and it looks like it should be much more affordable than the Moto 360. Information on the G Watch is still scares at the moment but these images gives a good look at the watch and it doesn’t look bad. Read the rest of this entry »

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Google has just announced that they have partnered up with the Luxottica Group. This is the company behind Oakley and Ray-Ban glasses. This new alliance will surely lead to more stylish versions of Google Glass and the company has a strong retail presence. You can find their products in virtually all locations that sell sunglasses and frames. Hopefully the retail version of glass will be announced and released soon. We’re thinking that could happen at this year’s I/O. Read the rest of this entry »

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