UI Performance test between the Nexus 5 and Samsung Galaxy S5

[VIDEO] UI Performance test between the Nexus 5 and Samsung Galaxy S5 shows stock Android still wins Out

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The Samsung Galaxy S5 is one the first Android devices on the market right now with the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, boasted updated efficiencies over its predecessor, the Snapdragon 800. So which is faster? It’s obvious that the 801 is faster on paper, however there is...
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Samsung Galaxy Note 4

[RUMOUR] Could the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 be using the Youm wraparound Display?

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Last week, we heard from Yoon Han-kil, Samsung’s Senior Vice President of Product Strategy, that Samsung would be looking to give the next Galaxy Note device a “new form factor”. The device, which would most likely be called the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, plans to breath new...
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app-multitasking

‘Multitasking’ Brings its Own Unique Way to Multitask – APP OF THE WEEK

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Multitasking is an essential part of the Android ecosystem. It has been there since the very beginning, and finally other operating systems have adopted the much needed feature. Now when it comes to the stock experience of multitasking in Android, some are okay with how it works. It’s...
Top 3 Ways to Save on Google Play

[GUIDE] The Top 3 Ways to Save on Google Play

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Being a cheapskate does not come easy; it takes hard work and dedication to save every possible dollar. For me being a gamer, every dollar that I can save is one I can use to spend on another game. Anyone can say they want to save money but it takes drive and more often lack of funds...
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Google Now inspired wallpapers

More Google Now inspired wallpapers, this time from Stormfly for Android and Spiderfly Studios

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Yesterday, we featured some Google Now inspired wallpapers courtesy of Alex Pasquarella, which a lot of you seemed to like. Today, we’ve got a few more Google Now inspired wallpapers, but from a slightly different source. That source is the Stormfly for Android app, developed...
Moto G LTE and Moto G Ferrari

Moto G LTE and Moto G Ferrari variants look like they’re on their way Soon

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One of the primary pitfalls of the Moto G despite being the best budget Android smartphone on the market is the fact that it doesn’t have 4G LTE support. While this isn’t particularly an issue in some regions, or even for some customers, it’s undeniable that having 4G...
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htc desire 310

Entry-level HTC Desire 210 to be revealed soon in India

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In spite of releasing a great high-end smartphone last year, HTC is still in a financial trouble. The main reason for this is that they focussed only on the high-end market with the HTC One, HTC One Max and the HTC One Mini. They lost focus of the entry-level and mid-range market which...
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Motorola Moto E Specifications

Motorola Moto E specifications leaked, to be priced similar to the Moto G

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After being acquired by Google, Motorola feels like a completely different smartphone brand. Its past few releases such as the Moto X and the Moto G have been very well received. The Moto X was a high-end smartphone with a twist, while the Moto G was solidly performing a mid-range smartphone...
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GOogle Now Tahoe Wallpaper

Series of Beautifully Crafted Google Now Inspired Wallpapers by Alex Pasquarella

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Wallpapers are always a fast and simple way to update the look on your device. Most themes and icon packs come with a set of their very own walls that help you achieve an overall look and feel. While we all appreciate the efforts that the creators put into them, there are plenty of other...
Filed in: Customize, Wallpapers
mandroid-galaxy-note-4

Galaxy Note 4 Gets Talked About! Amazon Phone Actually Looking to be Real! – The ManDroid SHow

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It’s Friday…or Saturday! Time to talk about some of that Android stuff we all love to talk about. The Galaxy Note 4 gets mentioned, as well as the Amazon phone that I guess is going to be a thing. If it’s at all like they claim it will be, then maybe it is something...
Filed in: The ManDroid Show
r.i.p. nike fuelband

R.I.P Nike Fuelband?: Nike could be killing off their fitness wearable, instead focus on fitness Software

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R.I.P Nike Fuelband. Here lies Nike’s fitness wearable, probably. According to sources who spoke with CNET, Nike has laid off 55 of the 70 strong Nike Fuelband hardware team, prompting the rumour that Nike may be shuttering development of its only fitness wearable. This is likely...
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