Google Announces a Vanilla Samsung Galaxy S4!

Google Galaxy S4

Google introduces a vanilla Nexus flavored Galaxy S4! Yesterday Google made the Masconi center in San Francisco theirs and announced some awesome new products and features. Google’s yearly I/O event has in recent memory come to be known as the place where Google announces new hardware. The conference however was born for developers. The company ...

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Blackberry Dev Alpha C Set to Give App’s Back to the QWERTY

A new Blackberry Dev Alpha C give’s developers the keyboard they dream of! If you have been following the recent Blackberry saga, (we forgive you if not) then you would know that the first glimpse of what ultimately became the Z10 was initially a developer only handset. The handset was introduced last year and was ...

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The Galaxy Nexus 7 Tablet Get’s Official

  The Google Nexus 7 tablet is official, amazing and ready for the future. Since the dawn of Android, Google has teamed up with the best manufacturers in the world to produce amazing handsets that go by the name Nexus. The Nexus devices are ideally made for Android developers to get their applications in perfect working ...

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Windows Phone 7 Now Has Visual Basic, Does It Matter?

Microsoft is betting that its new Windows Phone 7 operating system for smartphones will help the company become a player again in a market that has mostly passed it by. Its newest tool to recruit interest in its WP7 smartphone operating system? Visual Basic. Yeah, this one of the first smartphone operating systems to officially ...

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Angry Birds Wins $100,000 from Palm

The insanely popular app ‘Angry Birds’ has won the top spot in Palm’s PDK Hot Apps Competition and the $100K prize money that goes with the accolades. That’s a pretty hefty chunk of change but not really a surprise when you consider how Angry Birds has become so popular lately. Palm and HP featured the ...

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Legends never die: Google’s Nexus One still alive, at least for developers that is

A few weeks back Google announced they would be removing there legendary Nexus One off of the consumer market. This was a sad day indeed. The announcement came out basically saying, hey when the next shipment is gone, the N1 will be no more. The turnaround on that last shipment was like hot cakes on ...

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