Julie Brown v. Google – equals another waste of everyone’s time

Ok folks so recently a group of savvy researchers wanted to take a set of data and make it visual. These researchers ended up finding an amazing amount of cached location information within there iPhone. The information was then turned into a nifty little application and the whole world panicked over something they never really ...

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Your Android is Tracking Itself as Well

Earlier this week the interwebs were a buzz about recently discovered un-encrypted location data that is saving to your iPhone. The iPhone has a consolidated.db file so deeply rooted in its operating system that it is not visible to you on your phone. While this was not surprising in the least and most likely agreed ...

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LG to make Google’s Nexus Tablet

If you’re in the market for a new tablet and the iPad just isn’t your cup of tea well then you have some choices, many choices. There are a slew of Android based tablets entering the market as of lately at any price point imaginable. If you’re looking for an Android tablet you may want ...

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Android Web based Market place becomes a reality.

Android devices have been steadily taking over the mobile industry one user at a time since its inception into the cell phone market. Looking over the operating systems history you can see many user based issued being addressed and ultimately “fixed” with an update to the operating system. Point here is Google listens and adds ...

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The Nexus S is Coming!

With Google’s original Nexus One regulated to developers now, the next device in the series has to be coming out in the near future. Cue the Nexus S from T-Mobile. That’s what the expected name for the Nexus Two. In fact, an advertisement on Best Buy’s website that was later pulled stated “The Nexus S. Available only ...

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PayPal Option Coming to Google’s Android Market

PayPal accidentally leaked that Google’s Android Market will be offering PayPal as a payment option in the very near future. The leaked information came through an accidental post on PayPal’s blog that stated “Today Google announced that you can use PayPal to buy apps on their Android Market.” The post was quickly deleted and Google ...

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‘Gingerbread’ Might Just be Android 2.3

   Google’s coming Android update—‘Gingerbread’—might not the version 3.0 or even version 2.5 like we all thought. Instead, someone from inside the company has mentioned a “major release” with 2.3 as the version number. Hmm. This really shouldn’t be that big of a surprise since so far what has been confirmed in Gingerbread has not been ...

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Fast But No Cigar—the iPhone Keeps its Spot Above Android in Advertisements

Google’s Android OS might be exploding in market share and drastically increasing its ad-based revenue, but Apple iPhone has managed to keep its lead. According to mobile advertisement network Millennial Media, last month Android actually created more revenue than the iPhone did. The iPhone however, has kept its lead in overall advertisement served up to ...

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Apple, Google and RIM May Battle but the Smart Money is in All Three

Smartphone operating system makers want you to buy their smartphones. Not only that, they want you to buy apps for their smartphones. While Apple and Research In Motion (RIM) make their own smartphones and write the operating systems for them, Google only makes its Android OS and then lets manufacturers like Motorola and HTC put ...

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Google TV: Sony versus Logitech

 Google TV has arrived and there are currently two companies who are making products that support it: Sony and Logitech. Both companies are tech experts and have a wide range of successful consumer electronics under their belts. If you are looking to get your hands on some Google TV fun, you’ll have to choose one ...

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Internet on Your Television Returns in Style: Google TV

  There have been a lot of poor attempts to put the internet on a television. The first attempts were limited by dialup internet and the CRT technology televisions used to use. Low bandwidth and low screen resolution never makes a good combo. Attempts after that have not been popular because let’s face it, internet on ...

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A Business Smartphone Running Android: The Motorola Droid Pro

  It was only a matter of time until manufacturers realized that their own, proprietary operating systems couldn't hold a candle to what Google gives away with Android OS. Guess what? The world needs business oriented smartphones and that means Motorola is making one with Android. While Android has not yet managed to get a firm ...

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Take a Look at the LG Optimus S for Sprint

The new LG Optimus S for Sprint's network has gotten its picture snapped. It's a little blurry but better than nothing. We don't have the actual physical dimensions yet, but it looks a tad clunky. Hard to tell just from the front. The Optimus S from LG will be running Android OS 2.2 'Froyo' at ...

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LG Postpones Their Android Tablet

LG has decided to postpone their plans for a tablet at the moment. The reason why? Android 2.2 'Froyo' just does not seem to be up to the task; at least according to LG. So what will LG decide to do? Either wait for the next Android OS release or possibly go with Google Chrome ...

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Need an Android? Google Aggregates all Droids

  Google really wants you to buy an Android smartphone. After all, smartphones are its next big growth industry. It already controls most of the web searches on PCs, and now it wants a big share of the phone market. That's fine, since more competition means we get better phones. To promote its Android OS and ...

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