Sony looking to revamp Xperia line with new Android software

Sony seems to be busy trying to revamp the Xperia UI as they have developed a new beta software concept build. The beta test is running in Sweden at the minute and if you call Sweden home then you can get in on the beta test. T...
by Ryan Oneill
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Samsung launching Galaxy Tab S2 in August, 8-inch and 9.7-inch options available

Tablets seem to be rapidly loosing interest with more and more people opting to just buy a bigger handset. This of course isn’t stopping Samsung revealing it’s plans to launch a new tablet. The Galaxy Tab S2 is set ...
by Ryan Oneill
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LG has announced the Bello II, 5-Inch display and 8MP camera

LG’s budget L series arrived back in 2014, aiming to bring affordable handsets to emerging markets. LG’s aim is to bring software features found on their high end smartphone’s to more budget hardware. With tha...
by Ryan Oneill
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Microsoft release Hyperlapse app for Android minus  its ‘beta’ tag

This year Microsoft seem to have been paying attention more and more to its Android apps. Now releasing a video recording application to the Google Play Store called Hyperlapse, and shaken off the beta tag. Hyperlapse allows yo...
by Dave Thornton
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Pushbullet for Android evolves to desktop with full-fledged SMS conversations

Pushbullet is becoming one of the most widely adopted apps for Android. Not only does it lets you notifications it also shares links, images, and more across your smartphone and virtually any other device. Today, Pushbullet an...
by Dave Thornton
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Amazon UK cuts price of Nexus 9

If you are looking to get into the tablet space and live in the UK then now is a perfect time to make a move. Amazon has just slashed the price of the 16GB Wi-Fi variant of the Nexus 9 to just £199. The new price is a crazy £...
by Ryan Oneill
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EE’s new 4G smartphone costs just £39

EE has just launched a brand new super affordable 4G smartphone named the Rook. The Rook will cost you just £39 if you are already an EE customer but new customers will have to pay an extra £10. The Rook runs Android 5.1, fea...
by Ryan Oneill
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Solid Explorer File Manager goes Material Design and more

When it comes to File manager apps it comes down to ease of use, UI’s can be cumbersome to say the least. There’re plenty to choose from, but not all of them offer a rich file browsing and cloud management experience. I was...
by Dave Thornton
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Low-price Nexus Android One Launching July 14

The goal of Google’s Android One program is to sell pure Android devices on low power systems so that emerging smartphone markets can afford to buy them. A new report suggests that an “affordable Nexus” is set to launch...
by Santiago Hinojosa
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