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Google has a Sweeter Tooth for KitKat Now

Today Google made a big surprise announcement that the next version of Android will be called KitKat after there favourite sweet treat. Quote from Google "It's...

First Look and Unboxing of the Xtreamer JoyZ (Exclusive in English)

Have a First Look and Unboxing of the Xtreamer JoyZ, a android based phone measuring 4.7 inches with a 1280 by 720 display with a 312...

BlackBerry Bringing BBM for iOS and Android This Summer

Just announced that BlackBerry is being its BBM messenger platform is going multi-platform. It will be released for Android and iOS as a free app this summer. BBM will...

Mobile Xtreamer Android ICS Smartphone coming soon

Xtreamer have announced their new Mobile Xtreamer 5” smartphone running Android Ice Cream Sandwich.

App Update: Spotify for Android updated to version 0.5.3.56, brings NFC support

The Spotify app for Android has been updated bringing with it NFC support on ICS, amongst other things.

App Update: Plex for Android 2.2.1.6 Available Now

Plex for Android, version 2.2.1.6 has been released bringing with it improvements and various fixes.

App Update: Plex for Android 2.2.1.2 Available Now

Plex for Android, version 2.2.1.2 has been released bringing with it improvements and various fixes.

Review of the HTC One S Android smartphone

Over the last few weeks I have had the opportunity to test a few different smartphones, and so it’s time to the review the HTC One S Android Ice Cream Sandwich powered smartphone.

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