angry-birds-space

Angry Birds Space Teaser #2. Teasing us just a Little More

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I am getting just a little anxious to see what Angry Birds Space is going to be all about. At first, I did not really care so much simply because I got kind of  burnt out by those little birds. It was WAY to addicting and I had to go to rehab for it. Now these teasers and the hype...
Filed in: Games
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Is LG working with Google to become next Nexus Partner?

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Apparently LG is looking to make waves and possibly gain a little street credit in the smartphone game by “lobbying Google” to become the next Nexus partner. In an interview with CNET, Ramchan Woo, head of LG’s smartphone division said “We’re having discussions....
Filed in: Rumor
Root

Need root on your Asus Eee Pad Transformer after ICS update? Here’s How!

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Owners of the Asus Eee Pad Transformer have had quite the week. After all was said and done, Asus made good on their promise to roll out Ice Cream Sandwich and even managed to surprise the world by doing so in February. As a new owner of the tablet, I was quite pleased with the performance...
Filed in: Root
ATT

AT&T looking to charge developers instead of its customers for data Usage

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This one is rather interesting to say the least. According to the Wall Street Journal, AT&T may start testing a new service that would allow app developers to pay AT&T for the data that their app could use on the network. Did we just say that? Sure did. One more time, slightly...
Filed in: Networks, News
808-13

ROM – @Br1cK-d Ice Cream Zenwich for Samsung Galaxy S/ T-Mobile Vibrant

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Br1cK-d has released an update to Ice Cream Zenwich. The latest version is now RC1. This release is supported on the following Device(s):- Samsung Galaxy S: T-Mobile Vibrant Change Log RC1-Rebuilt from official aokp.vibrantmtd.build25 base-Incorportaed fixes and mods from the Beta builds-Fixed...
Filed in: Device ROM
Toshiba 7.7

Tegra 3 chipped Toshiba 7.7 prototype makes an Appearance at MWC

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At CES in January, we saw a few tablet designs that Toshiba had locked up behind glass. They were designs with varying degrees of resolution and sizes. With them behind glass, all we could see was the video that was playing as a loop to see the screens. While that was cool, it  didn’t...
Filed in: MWC 2012, News, Tablets
Transformer Pad 300

ASUS keeps on swinging with Transformer Pad 300 series, OG Transformer Replacement

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ASUS sure is stealing the show in Barcelona today. We already got a great look at the new Padfone, which is set to be available in April. Now we have the Transformer Pad 300 series. Oh and the Infinity series too, but that will be shown a bit later. It features a quad-core Tegra 3 processor...
Filed in: MWC 2012, News, Tablets
Samsung Galaxy NOte 10.1

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 gets hands-on video treatment, looks Promising

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The original Galaxy Note is a spectacular device. Giving you ample screen space to take notes, do some doodling and even is a phone. Many say that 5.3-inches is the sweet spot between function as a phone and screen size for work. Others really love it, but want more screen. Samsung thought...
Filed in: MWC 2012, News, Tablets
Asus Padfone all

Keep your eyes peeled in April, ASUS Padfone 3-in-1 set to finally Launch

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We have seen various prototypes of the ASUS Padfone over the last year or so, but nothing ever became concrete. More than likely due to limitations of the Android OS versions that were currently available. Now that Ice Cream Sandwich is out and compatible with both phones and tablets,...
Samsung Beam

Samsung Beam gets hands-on time, check out how good the projection Looks

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Yesterday we heard from Samsung about a few new and improved devices that were being showcased at MWC 2012. While we were sadly not able to attend the event our selves, we are scouring the web to bring as much coverage from it as possible. One of the two most notable devices from Samsung...
Filed in: Hardware, MWC 2012, News, Phones
Jelly Bean

Jelly Bean spotted in Android booth at MWC, Literally

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Android fragmentation is a huge debate. Many blame Google, others blame the carriers and other blame the manufacturers. Where you place the blame is up to you, but the simple fact is that Google will continue to reinvent Android and continue moving forward. Even with Ice Cream Sandwich...
Filed in: News, Rumor, Software
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