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Google Play marketplace App Redesign Unveiled

Google's Android store has undergone a radical transformation on tablets and smartphones. The overhauled Google Play application is being distributed to tablets and smartphones running Android 2.2 and above from today.

The ZTE Grand Xperience at the Stratford Olympic Center

Earlier in the week we took a visit to the Olympic Park, and while we were there we saw the ZTE Grand Xperience showcasing ZTE’s new Android smartphone, the ZTE Grand X.

Hands-on with the ZTE Grand X Android based smartphone

Last night in London ZTE announced their next smartphone, the Android 4.0 based ZTE Grand X and we got some hands-on time with it.

ZTE announce the ZTE Grand X Android based smartphone

Tonight in London ZTE announced their next smartphone, the Android 4.0 based ZTE Grand X and CDW were on hand to cover it.

Archos introduces the Elements range beginning with the Archos 97 Carbon tablet

Archos today introduced the ARCHOS 97 carbon, the first of its new tablet range called “ELEMENTS”, an entry-level line up of 7, 8, and 9.7 inch tablets that combine ARCHOS design and engineering with full access to Google Play and a full suite of Google apps at an affordable price.

Google introduces Android 4.1 codename Jelly Bean

At yesterday’s I/O conference, Google formally introduced the next iteration of it’s operating system. It is version 4.1 and its codenamed Jelly Bean.

Toshiba announces AT300 Tegra 3 tablet

Toshiba UK yesterday announced the launch of the AT300 – a beautifully thin and light tablet that doesn’t compromise on power, connectivity or style.

CyberLink PowerDVD Remote app for Android updated; brings more support for Android 4.0

The CyberLink PowerDVD Remote app for Android has been updated to version 2.0.2902.

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