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HTC J Butterfly impresses with 5″ 1080p display, Japan-only for now

This week HTC and KDDI au announced their first 1080p smartphone, the HTC J Butterfly. The J Butterfly has a massively pixel-dense 1920 x 1080p display that measures just five inches across. This is enough to put it barely into phablet territory, but the massive increase in display makes it one-of-a-kind. The new display can [...]

The Ways In Which A Dedicated Seo Service Helps

The stiff competition on the vast online arena is reason enough to hire the services of a dedicated SEO for your website. Everyday hundreds of websites are making their mark on this huge platform and constantly trying to create a niche for themselves. This is where a dedicated SEO is so instrumental. They are professionals [...]

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Pinterest app finally released on Android

Pinterest is one of the newest social networks that’s gotten a lot of people very excited. At its core it’s quite simple - a community of people sharing images that have been ‘pinned’ from across the internet. You’re encouraged to pin images that you’re interested in (hence the name) and following these instructions you build [...]

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Google Plus is finally letting users have custom URLs for pages and profiles

Google is finally rolling out the most awaited update to Google+, the ability to have custom URLs to pages and profiles. But this is not going to happen right away, there is still a wait.

Android Users: Beware of Android Phone Malware

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Android Users: Beware of Android Phone Malware

According to Trend Micro, a security firm which specializes in mobile security, the amount of malware and other harmful software that there currently is for Android device’s, is increasing at a very fast pace. This statement is based on a number of facts which were published by the anti virus developer earlier. For instance it [...]

Google Nexus 7: Top 5 accessories

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Google Nexus 7: Top 5 accessories

In this article, we’ll be examing the five best accessories available for the budget-priced Google Nexus 7. Let’s get right to it! 5. Momax iPower Pro 8000 mAh Universal Portable Battery Pack The Momax iPower Pro is a super-charged portable battery for the Google Nexus 7, that provides 8000 mAh of charge on top of [...]

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Google Nexus 7 announced at I/O event

As expected, Google unveiled the Nexus 7 at their developer event yesterday, which will be the first reference tablet for Android. The device, whose hardware is produced by Asus, will be the first device to use the next version of Google’s mobile operating system, 4.1 codename Jelly Bean. The tablet is aimed squarely at the [...]

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Google releases 3 new TV ads for Google+ with celebrities

Its not a secret that Google is trying very hard to promote its social network, Google+, very seriously. There have been a lot of ads on the TV and on the internet since the release of the social network. Two main features of the network which Google is using in most of the ads are the Circles and the Hangout. There is no doubt these are really awesome features, Hangout being the best, but still people are not really very eager to come on to Google+ from Facebook.

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Google is building its own Android tablet

If you are already confused which tablet to buy, here is another one coming in the next six months. Google is all ready to take on the tablet industry all by itself. We are not talking about another version of Android or something, but a whole new Android tablet, Google-branded Android tablet. The search giant’s Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt said this in a statement to an Italian newspaper.

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British Telecom suing Google over more than just Android

Earlier this week we saw British Telecom suing Google over its mobile operating system, Android, and parts of its software package. But today, there is a new that British Telecom is suing Google for more patent infringements, including Google products such as Gmail, Google+, and Google Docs. According to British Telecom, Google has infringed six of its patent.