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Sprint selling LG G3 early, available today
If you’re waiting to pick up an LG G3, AT&T was your best bet at getting the device soonest. AT&T is now selling the G3 online and in stores as expected, with the other carriers set to lag behind. But it looks like Sprint didn’t really feel like keeping to its schedule. Previously planning to ...

11-07-2014, 14:46 By Dima Aryeh
Microsoft opening beta program for OneNote users on Android
Microsoft is opening a beta-testing program for its OneNote app on Android — any user can join, all you have to do is sign up with Microsoft’s new beta program. After you sign up, Microsoft will push out an update to you for OneNote. You’ll get a whole bunch of new features — just make […] Come comment on this article: Microsoft opening beta program for OneNote users on Android Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

11-07-2014, 14:44 By Harrison Kaminsky
Photos of Sony’s Xperia Z3 leak on Digi-Wo and Weibo
Photos of what are probably Sony’s upcoming Xperia Z3 flagship have leaked on Chinese sites Digi-Wo and Weibo, with the Chinese model number of the device, L55t. Rumored specs include a Qualcomm 2.5 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 801 CPU, and Adreno 330 GPU. Based on the pictures in the gallery after the break, it will also […] Come comment on this article: Photos of Sony’s Xperia Z3 leak on Digi-Wo and Weibo Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

11-07-2014, 14:37 By Harrison Kaminsky
[Rumor] Is This The Xperia Z3? Maybe Possibly
Given that Sony chosen IFA last year as its debut venue for the Xperia Z1 smartphone, then MWC for the Z2, it would make sense that a new device is well underway for this year's IFA, which will be happening just two short months from now. Perhaps it's just Sony's rapid iteration cycle, but the Z3 looks largely similar to the Z2, at least from the pictures we have of it so far in this alleged leak, which has a model number of L55t to the Z2's L50t, strongly suggesting its successor status. [R...

11-07-2014, 14:26 By David Ruddock
Adobe Photoshop Express v2.3 Brings Filter Intensity Control, Blemish Removal, RAW Photo Import, And More
Adobe has multiple Photoshop apps on the Play Store, and the simplest of the bunch has received an update to version 2.3 bringing in a number of new features. Adobe Photoshop Express now expands on the basic editing options it provides. For starters, the latest release lets users vary the intensity of filters. Blemish removal is another standard photo editing feature introduced in version 2.3. Using the tool is as simple as poking on the spot you want to remove and tapping it again if the fi...

11-07-2014, 14:06 By Bertel King, Jr.
Microsoft OneNote Gets Official Play Store Beta, If You're Into That Sort Of Thing
If you're a heavy user of Microsoft's cultishly-beloved OneNote application, good news: the company has just announced that it will be publicly testing a beta version of the Android app via Google's Play Store beta program. Yay! To sign up, just join the OneNote Google+ community and then head to this page to opt-in to the beta. While Microsoft hasn't announced any new OneNote Beta features just yet, they're saying a new beta version of the app should be going live "soon," so testers will ...

11-07-2014, 14:05 By David Ruddock
In Rare Moment Of Clarity, Congress Wants To Remove Useless FCC Labels From The Back Of Your Electronics, Go Digital
In what has become modernly an exceedingly rare circumstance, the US's highest lawmaking body today introduced a bill that would do something moderately useful: remove utterly useless FCC etchings from the back of electronics. The bill is known as the E-Label Act, and the bill was introduced by two US Senators, Deb Fischer and Jay Rockefeller. The act, as written, would allow manufacturers of goods requiring FCC certifications to "stamp" their FCC approval digitally, rather than physical etc...

11-07-2014, 13:57 By David Ruddock
Motorola starts rolling out Android 4.4.4 to some devices and regions
Despite there being very few differences between Android 4.4.2 and 4.4.4, Motorola is determined to keep its devices on the latest version of Android. Not only was there a limited rollout of Android 4.4.3 for a few devices, now some devices are getting Android 4.4.4. That’s the absolute latest version of Android available. According ...

11-07-2014, 13:57 By Dima Aryeh
[New Game] Halfbrick's Fish Out Of Water Comes To Android, Judged Best Game Ever By A Panel Of Crabs
Throwing fish doesn't usually come up much as a game mechanic, but that's essentially the entire premise in Fish Out Of Water from Halfbrick Studios. You might remember Halfbrick as the developer behind Fruit Ninja and Jetpack Joyride, but now it has moved on to fish. All you have to do is throw fish across the screen, but it's strangely addictive. You have a small school of fishy friends in Fish Out Of Water, each one with a different set of behaviors when tossed. [New Game] Halfbrick's F...

11-07-2014, 13:46 By Ryan Whitwam
[Deal Alert] Best Buy Has AT&T, Verizon, And Sprint's G3 For $99 ($100 Off) On Contract, Or A $100 Gift Card If You Finance
Looking to pick up a G3 on a US carrier of the non-magenta variety, and looking to do so on the cheap(-ish)? Best Buy may have the deal just for you - they're offering LG's latest flagship for $100 off the normal 2-year agreement price of $199, meaning you'll be paying half of what the carriers are asking if you walk into one of their stores today. Granted, this probably means we'll be seeing the G3 at a discount a good amount over the course of its life, but if you just can't wait, this Be...

11-07-2014, 13:45 By David Ruddock
Invaders from Androidia – play classic ‘Space Invaders’ on Android
Invaders from Androidia is an exact clone of the classic arcade game Space Invaders. Bring back the nostalgia of the retro game on your Android! Price: Free, $0.99 Tested on: Samsung Galaxy S4 Content Rating: Everyone Android Game Review: Pros & Cons: Pros Play Space Invaders on your Android! Cons Unoriginal… not much extra added. Features:... View Article Invaders from Androidia – play classic ‘Space Invaders’ on Android is a post from...

11-07-2014, 13:26 By Antonio Wells
Amazon sued by FTC for lack of safeguards against unauthorized purchases in Appstore
You’ve probably heard of Apple’s trouble with App Store billing. Kids have purchased hundreds or even thousands of dollars worth of apps and in-app purchases trying to play those pesky pay-to-play games. This resulted in the FTC forcing Apple into making some changes to the billing process, making it more resistant to unauthorized purchases. ...

11-07-2014, 13:20 By Dima Aryeh
Mad Catz C.T.R.L.R. Review: MOJO's Kick Ass Controller Comes To All Android Devices
A few months ago, I reviewed Mad Catz's first console, MOJO. While I came away with mixed feelings about stock Android with nothing more than controller input, C.T.R.L.R. itself left me impressed (the name, on the other hand, is terrible). It's packed with useful buttons a-plenty, including full navigation, media, and volume controls. Now, Mad Catz has released a standalone version of CTRLR that can be used on any Android device (or Windows PC) over Bluetooth. Mad Catz C.T.R.L.R. Review: MO...

11-07-2014, 13:17 By Cameron Summerson
Angry Birds Star Wars 2 picks up 30 new levels in ‘Master Your Destiny’ Update
Rovio has a new update awaiting your download. 30 new levels have been added to Angry Birds Star Wars 2, 15 for the bird side and 15 for the pork side. The new set of levels is called ‘ Master your destiny’ and allows you to pick from your saved characters or from telepod characters. […] The post Angry Birds Star Wars 2 picks up 30 new levels in ‘Master Your Destiny’ Update appeared first on AndroidSPIN.

11-07-2014, 12:49 By Stormy Beach
Sprint skips LG G3 pre-ordering today and jumps straight to selling it
Sprint originally had the new flagship LG G3 scheduled to launch on July 18th with pre-orders set to take place today, July 11th. That put them on par with the other three major carriers in the U.S. However, we just got word that they won’t be making that date. Instead, they are selling the device […] The post Sprint skips LG G3 pre-ordering today and jumps straight to selling it appeared first on AndroidSPIN.

11-07-2014, 12:13 By Stormy Beach
SEGA release Sonic Jump Fever to Google Play
Sonic fans have a new title to check out in the Google Play store. In a follow-up to their 2012 title Sonic Jump, SEGA has released Sonic Jump Fever. In addition to the standard improvements in areas like graphics, the main change for this sequel is the move from being a premium app to being […] Come comment on this article: SEGA release Sonic Jump Fever to Google Play Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

11-07-2014, 12:10 By Jeff Causey
HTC Dot View app becomes manageable with themes and settings
When HTC unveiled the Dot View case, we were pretty impressed. Spending some time with it, though, we found that it was actually quite limited. Today, the company has updated the app to make it visible in your app tray rather than hiding behind the scenes. This means one thing: settings. The HTC Dot View […] Come comment on this article: HTC Dot View app becomes manageable with themes and settings Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

11-07-2014, 12:06 By Justin Herrick
[Deal Alert] Refurbished 2013 16GB Nexus 7 For Just $129.99 Returns To eBay Daily Deals
A 16GB Nexus 7 might leave you tight on space, especially if you plan on playing multiple games on it, but at $129.99 this restriction can be overlooked. The tablet is again available at this remarkable price on eBay Daily Deals, and while it's a refurbished model, beggars can't be choosers when we're talking $100 off. To make the tablet even more affordable, shipping is free. A replacement is rumored to launch later this year, but until then, this is a good chance to run what is still ...

11-07-2014, 12:01 By Bertel King, Jr.
T-Mobile partners with Major League Baseball to flex its muscles at All-Star Week
T-Mobile and Major League Baseball have a pretty tight relationship. The carrier is an official sponsor of the league and hosts FanFest during All-Star Week. This year, the All-Star Game is being held in Minneapolis and T-Mobile is taking advantage of a large host city to showcase just how good of a carrier it is. […] Come comment on this article: T-Mobile partners with Major League Baseball to flex its muscles at All-Star Week Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and mu...

11-07-2014, 11:49 By Justin Herrick
Sprint now taking orders for LG G3
Sprint customers, current or would be, who want to get their hands on the LG G3 can now place their orders online. As previously reported, opting for an Easy Pay plan will yield buyers a $150 cash reward card if an order is placed by July 24th. Sprint had previously indicated they would start taking […] Come comment on this article: Sprint now taking orders for LG G3 Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

11-07-2014, 11:49 By Jeff Causey


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