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Nokia Not Blocking Multiple Users on Android Phones

The Finnish handset giant says it dropped its patent application for multiuser account functionality, and Google hasn't contacted it to license technology for Android. [Read more]...

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Amazon Launches Cloud Drive Photos For Android, A Photo-Sharing App For Android Phones & Tablets

Amazon announced this morning the launch of a new photo-management application for Android phones, which takes advantage of its consumer-facing service known as Cloud Drive, a competitor to Google Drive and Dropbox. The new app, Cloud Drive Photos for Android, allows users to upload photos, store them in Amazon’s online storage, and view and share the photos from both their Android smartphones and tablets. 

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$99 Game Console Ouya To Ship With Android Jelly Bean

Makers of the Android video game console Ouya have announced that it will ship with Android Jelly Bean. Earlier, they had planned to include Android Ice Cream Sandwich as the base OS.

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ZTE Expects 40 Percent Rise in Smartphone Shipments in 2013

The Chinese mobile maker, despite a U.S. House committee warning U.S. businesses to avoid buying equipment from the firm, expects to see a massive rise in smartphone shipments this year.

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HTC One X+ Review: It's the One X, And Then Some

A spec bump in the middle of a product cycle? All the cool cats do it these days, even if they risk alienating customers who just bought what they thought was this year's flagship device. HTC has actually played this game for a while, first with the Sensation XE, which acted as a mid-term replacement for the original Sensation and now, with the One X+ which treads all over the One X's toes. However, with this latest handset, the manufacturer has some justification: the One X+ comes with 32GB or 64GB of internal storage, whereas the global One X maxed out at 32GB and the AT&T version was only 16GB. 

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