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Sprint offering 20GB of shared data for $100 per month with up to ten lines
Since Sprint is seemingly staying put and not merging with T-Mobile, it has to move forward with business. Marcelo Claure, the new chief executive officer of Sprint, previously stated that ambitious changes were coming and today he delivered. It’s a “new day for data,” the carrier says. Sprint is now offering 20GB of shared data […] Come comment on this article: Sprint offering 20GB of shared data for $100 per month with up to ten lines Visit TalkAndroid for Android n...

18-08-2014, 20:00 By Justin Herrick
YouTube Music Key is on the way, will bundle Google Play Music Key with it
There has been no doubt that YouTube is working on a music streaming service. In fact, it is expected by the end of this summer. It has faced a ton of speedbumps do to design faults and trouble with negotiations between record labels. Today, Android Police has uncovered YouTube Music Key. The launch of this new service […] Come comment on this article: YouTube Music Key is on the way, will bundle Google Play Music Key with it Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much...

18-08-2014, 19:02 By Justin Herrick
Sprint Family Share Pack offers shared data allotments from 600MB to 60GB
New Sprint CEO Maurice Claure recently teased that his carrier had some “very disruptive” plans up its sleeve, and apparently Sprint didn’t feel like waiting long to share exactly what its new offering is. The Sprint Family Share Pack is launching ...

18-08-2014, 18:55 By Alex Wagner
LEGO Fusion arrives for Android devices, merges physical and virtual bricks
LEGO Fusion is the company’s way of bringing its beloved bricks to mobile devices. A LEGO Fusion set is paired with the corresponding application to take the physical creation into a virtual world to complete tasks and mini games. At launch, there are three apps available for Android devices through the Play Store — Create […] Come comment on this article: LEGO Fusion arrives for Android devices, merges physical and virtual bricks Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android...

18-08-2014, 18:20 By Justin Herrick
Ignore No More lets parents lock a child’s device if they refuse to respond to calls and texts
For many parents, it is a challenge to get in touch with a child by contacting their smartphone. In most cases, they ignore their parents’ calls and texts. This is not good for any parent as it leads to worrying. One parent had enough of this and decided to develop Ignore No More. It is […] Come comment on this article: Ignore No More lets parents lock a child’s device if they refuse to respond to calls and texts Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much ...

18-08-2014, 17:43 By Justin Herrick
Android 4.4.3 Update For Verizon HTC One M8 Pushed To Mid-September
Owners of HTC's latest flagship on Verizon have been patiently (and sometimes not so patiently) waiting on the promised update to Android 4.4.3 for some time now, but it looks like they'll be waiting a little longer. Even though the T-Mobile One M8 got its update today, HTC's US president Jason Mackenzie has confirmed on Twitter the OTA is currently targeted for mid-September on Verizon. @ByteForByte @moversi @Gray_Fox88 @HTCUSA by mid-Sept. Android 4.4.3 Update For Verizon HTC One M8 Push...

18-08-2014, 17:31 By Ryan Whitwam
Our interview with Pierre Valade, CEO at Sunrise Calendar
If you’ve been looking around for a great calendar application for your Android, chances are you’ve stumbled upon Sunrise Calendar. The long-term iOS exclusive came out for Android a few months ago, and we’ve been following it ever since the first beta releases. It’s become one of the most popular calendars for Android, and continues... Read more » The post Our interview with Pierre Valade, CEO at Sunrise Calendar appeared first on AndroidGuys.

18-08-2014, 17:27 By Jimmy Westenberg
Sony document suggests an incoming Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact
Sony has previously tested its luck on 10-inch tablets, but could we see a smaller iteration soon? IFA 2014 will soon be underway, and we’re continually hearing more and more rumors about upcoming devices. This time, the leak comes to us from Sony, who is already planning on releasing the Xperia Z3 and Xperia Z3... Read more » The post Sony document suggests an incoming Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact appeared first on AndroidGuys.

18-08-2014, 16:59 By Jimmy Westenberg
Newest Mozilla Firefox nightly adds experimental Chromecast support
Users of the Mozilla’s Firefox for Android should head over to Firefox’s nightly page and grab the newest update which brings Chromecast support to the popular third-party browser. With the update users can navigate to tools > mirror screen in the browser’s settings to cast tabs and videos to Google’s handy streaming stick. As previously mentioned, […] Come comment on this article: Newest Mozilla Firefox nightly adds experimental Chromecast support Visit Tal...

18-08-2014, 16:45 By James Gray
Exclusive: This Is YouTube Music Key, Google's Upcoming Subscription Service With Offline Support, Background Audio, No Ads, Free Play Music Key
Google has big plans for both YouTube and Google Play Music. We've heard a lot about YouTube's potential subscription music playback service, background audio, and offline playback, and there's been much speculation about what such an arrangement would mean for Play Music All Access. What we've got today gives those rumors and clues some clarity. Here's the basic rundown - YouTube is set to launch a service called YouTube Music Key, and Google is set to rebrand Google Play Music All Access ...

18-08-2014, 16:36 By Liam Spradlin
Top 5 most popular Android apps from last week: Tasker, Fleksy
Every week we cover new Android apps with Fresh Meat on Wednesday, followed by Android Gaming on Thursday and Top 10 App Updates on Friday. When Monday rolls around, we look back to see which apps were the most appealing to our audience. Read on for the 5 most popular Android apps from last week. These apps are ...

18-08-2014, 16:32 By Steve Raycraft
[International Giveaway] Win A 64GB OnePlus One And A Bunch Of Limefuel Batteries From Android Police And Limefuel
Limefuel is one of the most popular makers of portable chargers for smartphones and tablets out there, and today we're teaming up with them to give away a OnePlus One 64GB and a host of their awesome charging products, like the Limefuel Blast range, offering anywhere from 6000 to 24000mAh of portable juice. The prizes We're going to pick four (4) winners at random for this contest which - by the way - is open to everyone around the world. [International Giveaway] Win A 64GB OnePlus One And ...

18-08-2014, 16:21 By David Ruddock
Flappy Bird's Creator Dong Nguyen Unveils His Upcoming Game 'Swing Copters,' Aka Upward Flappy Bird
When developer Dong Nguyen first released Flappy Bird, it took the Apple App Store and Google Play by storm. Some people called the game addictive. Some thought of it as brilliant in its simplicity. We here at Android Police were so bold as to call it apparently entertaining. Well now the developer is back and ready to bestow upon the world a follow-up game that looks just as mindbogglingly and unreasonably frustrating - Swing Copters. Flappy Bird's Creator Dong Nguyen Unveils His Upcoming Ga...

18-08-2014, 16:14 By Bertel King, Jr.
LG to intro G Watch 2 at IFA, report claims
LG, not content to let others steal away attention from its Android Wear smartwatch line, is set to announce a successor to the G Watch IFA in September. According to the Korea Times, LG will debut a new model with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor and an OLED display. Improvements in both areas, the watch…... Read more » The post LG to intro G Watch 2 at IFA, report claims appeared first on AndroidGuys.

18-08-2014, 15:55 By AndroidGuys
Just how big is Google? [Infographic]
Google is a massive company, with $59.38 billion in the bank, generating $15.42 billion in Q1 of 2014 alone. They have so much money in the bank that they are exploring Artificial Intelligence projects, as well as hosting Internet Hotspots in the sky hanging from balloons. But what does that mean in real terms? Just... Read more » The post Just how big is Google? [Infographic] appeared first on AndroidGuys.

18-08-2014, 15:28 By Dan Bartram
Image analysis app Jetpac purchased by Google
In Google‘s quest to purchase everything, the tech giant acquired image recognition startup Jetpac for an undisclosed sum. Jetpac’s claim to fame is their advanced image analysis which scans publicly available Instagram photos to compile information about over 6,000 cities worldwide. Employees at Jetpac will join the Google Knowledge team, whose goal is to build […] Come comment on this article: Image analysis app Jetpac purchased by Google Visit TalkAndroid for Android new...

18-08-2014, 15:27 By James Gray
Tablo Streaming HDTV DVR Review: Welcome To The Next Generation Of Cord-Cutting
Since the dawn of time, humans have faced a real struggle: the relentless grip of cable companies. When it comes to TV, cable providers know they have you in a corner – all your favorite shows come on different channels, and you're going to shell out all the dollars necessary to get in on the pseudo-action. This is our spiritual war. Over the past few years, a bold, brave few have journeyed outside of the norm, metaphorically cutting the cord and leaving cable providers in the dust. Ta...

18-08-2014, 15:25 By Cameron Summerson
Verizon rolls out $60 plan with unlimited talk, text, 2GB data
Verizon Wireless has quietly rolled out a new, less expensive rate plan for an individual line of service. Available to all consumers immediately, the new $60 offering includes unlimited talk and text plus 2GB of monthly data. Those customers who finance their devices on Verizon Edge can save another $10, making the plan only $50 per... Read more » The post Verizon rolls out $60 plan with unlimited talk, text, 2GB data appeared first on AndroidGuys.

18-08-2014, 14:56 By Scott Webster
Amazon Fire Phone review: The smartphone that shouldn’t exist
Sometime after Amazon launched their first tablets, the rumors started circulating that they were readying a smartphone. However, it took nearly 3 years until something official was introduced. What took so long? Reports indicated that Amazon went back to the drawing board at least once, possibly more. Amazon knew this was a bold move and […] Come comment on this article: Amazon Fire Phone review: The smartphone that shouldn’t exist Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android gui...

18-08-2014, 14:49 By Robert Nazarian
Firefox For Android Gains Chromecast Support, Starting With Nightly Builds
Earlier this summer word got out that Mozilla was working on a media streaming stick of its own that's intended to be a more open option than Google's Chromecast. The device would allow anyone to cast to it, regardless of their platform or the content they're hoping to cast. Yet even with these big plans, the organization has still taken the time to bake Chromecast support into Firefox, starting with the nightly builds. Firefox For Android Gains Chromecast Support, Starting With Nightly Build...

18-08-2014, 14:46 By Bertel King, Jr.

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