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Five Steps: Choosing Between iOS and Android

By DailyAndroidNews | On Mon, Aug 25th, 2014 - No Comments »
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When you go to a store-and it’s online or in a store established-looking for a smart phone or a tablet, the obvious question is: should choose a model with the Apple iOS (iPhone / iPad) or one provided the Google Android system? Here are some clues to answer. 1 Compatibility and control apps The iOS devices are generally provided or can be upgraded to the newest version of the. 

BLU Announces The Studio C Mini And Studio 5.0 C HD To Compete With The Moto E And Moto G [Hands-On]

By AndroidPress | On Wed, Aug 6th, 2014 - No Comments »
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Studio C Mini Studio 5.0 C HD Conclusion Comments (4) When it comes to affordable, off-contract handsets, BLU is one of my favorite phone manufacturers on the market. The company offers a myriad of devices to fit a wide range of budgets, and today’s release features a couple of new handsets for those looking to pick up a smartphone for around $150 or less. As always with BLU,. 

Amazon Fire Phone Review: It’s Not Terrible, It’s Just Pointless

By AndroidPress | On Fri, Aug 1st, 2014 - No Comments »
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Hardware Build Quality and Design Display Speakers and Call Quality Camera Storage Battery Life Software Fire OS Dynamic Perspective Firefly Performance Conclusion Comments (15) By now, you’ve probably heard a lot about Amazon‘s Fire Phone. I figure that most people aren’t really curious about what the overall phone is like – if you’ve used a Kindle Fire/HD/HDX. 

Satechi CD Slot Mount Review: It’s Time To Give Your Car’s CD Player A Purpose Again

By AndroidPress | On Tue, Jul 29th, 2014 - No Comments »
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How It Works Drawbacks Should You Buy It? Comments (35) The Satechi CD slot mount is well worth a buy (oops, I was supposed to save that for the end, wasn’t I?). Last week I went hands-on the Kenu Airframe+, an AC vent mount that I absolutely loved. But some readers pointed us in the direction of CD mounts, a category I hadn’t yet considered, and one that gives purpose to. 

Samsung Level Over, On, In, And Box Review: Samsung May Finally Be Getting Sound Right

By AndroidPress | On Tue, Jul 29th, 2014 - No Comments »
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Level Over ($350) Level On ($180) Level In ($150) Level Box On The Level Comments (5) Samsung’s finally getting into the premium personal audio market with its Level line of products, but can they just walk into this increasingly crowded space, one that is, frankly, dominated by the oft-maligned Beats Audio? Two pairs of headphones, one pair of earbuds, and a portable Bluetooth. 

NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet Review: It’s Hard To Overstate My Satisfaction

By AndroidPress | On Tue, Jul 29th, 2014 - No Comments »
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Hardware Build Quality and Design Display Speakers Cameras Storage SHIELD Controller SHIELD Tablet Cover Stylus Battery Life Software NVIDIA Add-ons DirectStylus and NVIDIA Dabbler GameStream Gamepad Mapper ShadowPlay and Native Screencasting Console Mode Games Performance Conclusion Comments (12) It’s no big secret that I’m a huge fan of NVIDIA’s SHIELD. In fact,. 

Modern Combat 5 Review: A Mobile Shooter Loaded With An Extended Magazine Of Caveats

By AndroidPress | On Mon, Jul 28th, 2014 - No Comments »
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Gameplay Controls Graphics Conclusion Comments (18) Like a great many developers, Gameloft has resorted to rolling in-app purchases into most of its games. One notable exception to that de facto rule is the new installment of the Modern Combat series. These games have much more production value than any other mobile first-person shooter, but this is a genre that’s notoriously hard. 

LG G3 with 3 GB RAM pops up at T-Mobile

By AndroidPress | On Fri, Jul 25th, 2014 - No Comments »
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When LG announced the LG G3, the matter of memory wasn’t exactly a done deal. Now T-Mobile is letting everyone know that those buying LG’s newest flagship from it will be faced with nothing less than 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage. During the G3′s rumor phase, two conflicting RAM sizes persistently surfaced, the 2 GB common to most high-end devices and the 3 GB that. 

Google Maps 8.1 update adds Terrain View to features

By AndroidPress | On Fri, Jul 25th, 2014 - No Comments »
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Coming up a bit behind schedule, Google has pushed out one last app to update this week. Google Maps, which now goes by the version number 8.1, now sports an old but new feature, the 3D Terrain View. Terrain View isn’t exactly new as far as Google Maps goes, since it’s been there for quite some time on the browser version of Google Maps. However, it was noticeably missing from. 

OnePlus One plus TWRP equals possibilities

By AndroidPress | On Fri, Jul 25th, 2014 - No Comments »

OnePlus’ first smartphone caused a bit of a sensation, both in a good and in a bad way, but its utility has so far been quite limited. But now with an official TWRP recovery image available for the OnePlus One, the Android community will be able to gird their loins and finally put the smartphone to the custom ROM test.   The OnePlus One might be, on the surface, just like any other.