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Android Developers team joins Google+

To compliment the generic Android Google+ page, Google’s Android Developer’s team has just joined Google+. The new page is of course aimed at those that develop apps and other Android related projects. The team has promised to provide updated ...
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[How To] Update your GSM Nexus S to Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich manually

  Itching for the Ice Cream Sandwich update on your Nexus S and don’t want to wait for the update? The OTA is being pushed out now, but some users may have to wait weeks for it to hit their device. If you want to update manually, the process ...
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Samsung Galaxy S II tips and tricks

  There are currently 3 different models of the Samsung Galaxy S II available in the US, from T-Mobile, Sprint and AT&T. Aside from tiny differences in screen size and processors, they’re all essentially the same hardware, and run the ...
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Google’s Android team joins Twitter

  For a while the only official Android presence on the web was via the Developer’s Blog and the YouTube channel. Yes, there is the @GoogleNexus Twitter account, but that is pretty much just Nexus phone specific and isn’t that active. ...
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Onavo arrives on Android, find out which of your apps are using the most data

  With more and more carriers going to tiered and limited data plans, smartphone owners have to keep a closer eye on how they use their mobile data. Thankfully there are applications that can help you out. Onavo Lite is an Android application that ...
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T-Mobile prepares for Hurricane Irene and offers tips for customers

  Hurricanes are serious business, and some of us take it for granted that our smartphones should just work. T-Mobile has released a statement detailing the carrier’s preparedness plans for the storm this weekend, as well as throwing in a ...

Ben Heck builds a wind up USB charger for his Android phone, and you can win it

If you’re not familiar with Ben Heck, he’s probably mostly known for his gaming console modifications. But he’s an all around tinkerer and DIY kinda guy. Noticing a problem many of us have probably experienced, he created a solution. ...

Bathroom reading: 101 Android tips and tricks

While not the most technical manual out there by any means, 101 Google Android Tips, Tricks and Tweaks is a Kindle ebook that offers more than a few useful tips and tricks. More oriented towards the new Android user than the seasoned Android owner. Tips ...

Keep your hands warm while using your phone with Freehands gloves [Accesories]

There are more than a few types of gloves out there with special fingertips that allow you to use your capacitive touchscreen phone while keeping your hands warm. But some people prefer to actually touch their phone. New York based company Freehands ...

Google shares some (mostly Gingerbread) tips, keyboard shortcuts, and favorite apps

Google decided to collect some of their team’s favorite tips and tricks for Android, some apply just to Gingerbread, some are universal. As well as some favorite apps among Googlers. Some highlights include: Notification bar icons (Wi-Fi, network ...
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