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The InkCase Plus gives your device a nifty e-ink, second screen
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Kogan is now reporting that the Nexus 6 in Australia won’t appear till January 12th
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SHIELD Tablet LTE's Android 5.0 Update Rolling Out Now In The U.S.
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The InkCase Plus gives your device a nifty e-ink, second screen
There have been a lot of cool products to pass through the halls of Kickstarter success and the InkCase Plus is one of the more recent ones. The premise of the InkCase Plus is to essentially give you a second screen which uses an e-ink display, giving the device great battery power and readability. This makes it […] The post The InkCase Plus gives your device a nifty e-ink, second screen appeared first on AndroidSPIN.

27-11-2014, 02:46 By Stephen Yuen
Kogan is now reporting that the Nexus 6 in Australia won’t appear till January 12th
We reported two weeks ago that Australian online retailer, Kogan, had started taken preorders for the Nexus 6, saying shipping would happen on December 5th. That seemed almost too good to be true, and apparently, it is. Ausdroid is reporting that Kogan has changed their tune, sending out emails to customers who pre-ordered the Nexus […] The post Kogan is now reporting that the Nexus 6 in Australia won’t appear till January 12th appeared first on AndroidSPIN.

27-11-2014, 00:46 By Stephen Yuen
SHIELD Tablet LTE's Android 5.0 Update Rolling Out Now In The U.S.
SHIELD Tablet LTE owners in the US who are ready to kick off the holiday weekend have a little something extra to be thankful for this year - their version of NVIDIA's eight-inch tablet is getting Lollipop as of now. The Wi-Fi version of the tablet started getting the update a little over a week ago, and it was announced at that time that NVIDIA was waiting on carrier approval (probably AT&T) before Android 5.0 could be pushed to the LTE model. SHIELD Tablet LTE's Android 5.0 Update Rol...

26-11-2014, 22:03 By Cameron Summerson
Moto 360 leather and metal bands arrive in Motorola’s online store
The Moto 360 has been available in several varieties for a while now, including versions with leather and metal bands. If you bought one model but wish that you could have the bands that came with the other versions, well, now you can. Motorola is now selling leather and metal bands for ...

26-11-2014, 20:18 By Alex Wagner
Moto 360 Watch Bands Now Available from Motorola
For those of you enjoying that beautiful piece of technology on your wrist that is the Moto 360, you will be happy to know that Motorola is finally selling individual watch bands for the popular smartwatch. Took them a little while to start doing this, but that didn’t stop us tech enthusiasts who resorted to […] The post Moto 360 Watch Bands Now Available from Motorola appeared first on AndroidSPIN.

26-11-2014, 20:09 By David Pena
NVIDIA starts rolling out Android 5.0 Lollipop for the Shield Tablet LTE
When some think about Thanksgiving they think about food, beverages and family that they probably can’t stand but are forced to spend time with. There are those rare families that genuinely do like each other, but more often than not, you aren’t always thrilled for the holiday’s. How does one get through it? Gaming is […] The post NVIDIA starts rolling out Android 5.0 Lollipop for the Shield Tablet LTE appeared first on AndroidSPIN.

26-11-2014, 19:27 By Stormy Beach
NVIDIA: SHIELD tablet LTE now getting its own Android 5.0 update
Last week, NVIDIA began pushing Android 5.0 to the Wi-Fi-only version of the SHIELD tablet, promising that the LTE model would be updated to Lollipop “soon.” Looks like NVIDIA wasn’t kidding. The 32GB LTE version of the NVIDIA SHIELD tablet is <a rel="nofollow" title="NVIDIA SHIELD tablet LTE ...

26-11-2014, 19:24 By Alex Wagner
QuizSomething – join the challenge to create one million quizzes in 100 days
What is the “1.000.000 Quizzes in 100 Days Challenge” (#1MillionQuizzes)? QuizSomething is challenging all the Android users to create 1.000.000 Quizzes in 100 Days! In QuizSomething it takes only a few seconds to create a Quiz! Quiz about what you like, do, see, watch, read, listen, eat! Quiz about where you are! Quiz about yourself…... View Article QuizSomething – join the challenge to create one million quizzes in 100 days is a post from: AndroidTapp The post Quiz...

26-11-2014, 19:23 By Antonio Wells
Help preserve humanity in new Android game Help Me Jack: Atomic Adventure
With the recent rise in the post-apocalyptic genre, Help Me Jack comes right in time to help sate your desire for survival. The game takes place in a version of our lovely blue marble of a planet, where nuclear fallout has all but extinguished life and created some dastardly mutated animals. You are given the... Read more » The post Help preserve humanity in new Android game Help Me Jack: Atomic Adventure appeared first on AndroidGuys. Related posts: New Game for Android: LEGO® Creatio...

26-11-2014, 18:00 By Juan Vega
Twitter’s creepy new feature will catalogue all the apps you have installed on your phone
Twitter is free, but the company needs to start making more money on the service. And you know what they say: if you’re not paying for the product, you are the product. In an update coming to Twitter for Android in the next couple weeks, the company has announced it will begin cataloging the ...

26-11-2014, 16:20 By Dustin Earley
Android Lollipop for the Sprint Samsung Galaxy S5 makes an early, unofficial appearance
We’ve had several looks at leaked software for the Samsung Galaxy S5, but users have been left high and dry in terms of builds that can be flashed to their own devices. Well, the teasing might be over, for a few users at least, as Android Lollipop for the Sprint Samsung Galaxy S5 has apparently made […] The post Android Lollipop for the Sprint Samsung Galaxy S5 makes an early, unofficial appearance appeared first on AndroidSPIN.

26-11-2014, 16:19 By Stephen Yuen
Google Play running Cyber Week deals, discounting a ton of content
Google is in on the shopping fun this week with deals to be had in the Play Store. The Cyber Week deals include discounts on applications, movies, albums, and books as well as highlighting apps that will enhance shopping productivity. There are more than 80 titles listed, so be sure to read through them all […] Come comment on this article: Google Play running Cyber Week deals, discounting a ton of content Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

26-11-2014, 15:59 By Justin Herrick
[Lollipop Feature Spotlight] VPN Clients Can Now Limit Access To Select Apps, Leaving Others To Connect To The Internet Directly
People regularly rely on Virtual Private Networks (VPN) to hide their activities from nosy governments, circumvent geographically restricted and region-locked services, and to increase security on untrusted Wi-Fi networks. But the big problem with piping your communications through a secure digital tunnel is that it's an all-or-nothing deal – web browsing, IM chats, and email are all going over the wire to the same place. That can become a really serious issue for people that use an employer...

26-11-2014, 15:42 By Cody Toombs
How to add Qi wireless charging to any Android smartphone or tablet
Wireless charging is one of our favorite smartphone features. Simply drop a wireless charging-equipped smartphone on a compatible charger and you’ll never have to fumble around with another microUSB cable again. The problem is that there are very few Android devices that have wireless charging abilities right out of the box. Samsung and LG ...

26-11-2014, 15:29 By Nick Gray
Amazon deals start today, big bundle promised for Thanksgiving Day
Like so many retailers, Amazon is slowly expanding the start of the holiday shopping specials, historically starting on “Black Friday,” to span the entire week of Thanksgiving. Amazon has already been selling physical goods this week as part of a week long Black Friday Deals Week promotion. Now the Amazon digital stores are getting into […] Come comment on this article: Amazon deals start today, big bundle promised for Thanksgiving Day Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, An...

26-11-2014, 15:25 By Jeff Causey
Kenu Airframe+ Review: A Car Mount for Phablets
I have been looking for a quality car mount for my smartphone for a while and have spent close to $100 on mounts that would either break or not work. I had to have one that fit on an air vent, but it could not be too bulky. After using the Kenu Airframe+ for a... Read more » The post Kenu Airframe+ Review: A Car Mount for Phablets appeared first on AndroidGuys. Related posts: Satechi Universal Smartphone Dashboard Mount review Motorola Command One Bluetooth Headset Review Review: Cob...

26-11-2014, 14:59 By Henry Wiygul
Android and Me holiday gift guide: wrap up and extras
For the last week now we’ve been bringing you our favorite gift ideas for the 2014 holiday season. We looked at wearables, tablets, phones and more. For the final segment of the Android and Me 2014 holiday gift guide, we’ve gathered up all the guides we’ve published so far along with a quick list of ...

26-11-2014, 14:57 By Dustin Earley
Black Friday Weekend Sales Roundup: The Best Deals On Apps And Games (Updating Continuously)
The stores are about to be packed, and those flash online sales are not much better. Apps sales, on the other hand, are not limited in quantity. There's always enough to go around. But the longer you wait, the less time you can spend playing games—get going. We'll keep loading this post up with deals as we come across them. Apps SwiftKey Theme packs – Up to 66% off ($2.99 from $0.99) Servers Ultimate Pro – $1.99 from $3.99 PeakFinder Earth – $1.03 from $3.99 PhotoSui...

26-11-2014, 14:56 By Ryan Whitwam
[Deal] Staples taking 25% off (almost) everything in-store only, includes Moto 360 for $187
The best deal a retailer can offer is a discount on everything in the store. Today only, Staples is doing just that with an in-store coupon that takes 25% off any item; however, “any item” is not exactly eligible. Immediately, everyone is going to want to use the coupon for an electronic because of the […] Come comment on this article: [Deal] Staples taking 25% off (almost) everything in-store only, includes Moto 360 for $187 Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guid...

26-11-2014, 14:54 By Justin Herrick
C Spire Wireless now offering rollover data
Do you remember rollover minutes back in the day? If you didn’t use all of your minutes one month, the unused minutes would carry over to your next billing cycle to help protect you from going over your limit. It was really nice to have that safety buffer for months of high use. Now, <a ...

26-11-2014, 14:31 By Dima Aryeh

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