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Live Stream: Watch Samsung’s Unpacked 2013 Event Streaming From Radio City Music Hall

Samsung is ready to reveal “The Next Galaxy” at its event in New York’s famous Radio City Music Hall starting at 7 p.m. EST, but considering the mass interest in the Korea-based company’s Galaxy S smartphone line, Samsung will be live streaming tonight’s event to let the world watch the Galaxy S4 unveiled for the very first time. We have the Galaxy S4 live stream embedded ...

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Samsung Galaxy S4: “Green PHOLED” AMOLED display and Floating Touch Technology

Here we go again folks, the latest batch of rumours and leaked info regarding the Galaxy S4 is in – according to Sammobile’s sources, the Galaxy S4 will sport an AMOLED screen with a new “green PHOLED” material and also come with floating touch technology. The display apparently uses PHOLED – short for phosphorescent organic light-emitting diode – which works on the basis ...

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Alternative way to Unroot Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (Verizon)

Sometimes while installing custom ROMs and Tweaks, the device gets bricked and it doesn’t even turn ON. This is the most painful time an Android user can ever have and the only solution to the issue is flashing the stock firmware. Luckily, for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (Verizon) users, the stock firmware images have become available allowing users to ...

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Google Sound Search. Shazam Knock-off?

This is such awesome news for music lovers around the world. Today Google released their version of Shazam, code name Sound Search which is available for download from the Play Store today. The standalone version of the Sound Search for Google Play has recently been made available to Android 4.0 and up sporting devices. So why should I download this? Well, it is ...

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Google Maps Returns to iOS. Thank God!

iOS users won’t have to put up with the glitches in Apple Maps for too long now, say hello to the real deal from Google. The app, which has been MIA since Apple replaced it with their own not-ready-for-prime-time Maps app with the launch of iOS 6 in September. The feature set is now identical to Apple’s own built-in map app, but ...

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Top grade education apps for Android

Perhaps one of the most promising applications of mobile technology is the growing access to knowledge. Web-connected smartphones put a universe of knowledge in the palm of your hand, and that’s an incredibly powerful thing. Sure, the iPhone seems to get all the attention when it comes to education apps for mobile users, but Android is moving to the head ...

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Google I/O 2013 set for May 15-17

Google has just dropped word that the Google I/O 2013 developer conference will be May 15-17 at Moscone West in San Francisco. While the location is the same, the May date shifts the conference back to earlier in the year than we saw in 2012, which moved the event to the end of June. (It also puts it the week before the spring ...

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Google Maps Indoor? Check.

Google’s Maps team has made fantastic advances in surveying and mapping seemingly every square inch of navigable ground on the planet. But for mobile users, those maps have always stopped just short of indoor spaces — until now. Google Maps 6.0 for Android launched Tuesday with a bold initiative: indoor mapping. Partnering at launch with a selection of businesses and public service structures, the new ...

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