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Android 4.2 Jelly Bean Easter Eggs

There are few intresting Easter eggs that are present in the new android 4.2 Jelly Bean. Here I share them for you to try it out and also do post others if you know.

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Android Takes 90 Percent Smartphone Share in China in Q3

The operating system owned 83 percent of the smartphone market during the second quarter. [Read more]...

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Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8.9 Ships Today, Earlier Than Planned

Amazon's new device originally was slated to hit the market Nov. 20. It starts at $299. [Read more]...

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CyanogenMod Resolves Domain Troubles

The developers of the open source alternative ROM for Android devices lost control of their main domain for a brief time; however, after announcing the transition to a secondary domain, they were able to resolve the issue...

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OnLive Makes Good On Its Promise, Brings Its Cloud Gaming Service To LG’s G2 Smart TVs

These days OnLive is probably known as much for its unexpected meltdown as it is for its promise to deliver streaming video games to the masses, but ever since the company reformed it seems to have returned to business as usual. To wit: the folks behind the cloud gaming service have made good on an old promise to integrate OnLive with the Korean company’s new line of Google-friendly G2 Smart TVs. 

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