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6 days ago

Announcing the 'Weekly Photo Contest: Paper' winners!

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It's time to show off the winners of yet another weekly photo contest, this time highlighting two great photos in our "paper" contest. It looks as though some people were fighting to find some inspiration in a rather narrow prompt, but the end result was a couple full pages of great entires.

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6 days ago

Google and HP looking to bring Android's Google Now to Enterprise

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Google and HP are reportedly looking at bring the power and functionality of Android's Google Now digital assistant to small and medium sized businesses (SMB) and enterprise alike. The talks apparently began a year ago but nothing really came of them. However, with the recently announced Apple + IBM deal everything seems to be moving again. So, how will it work?

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6 days ago

Connectedly: The best smart lights for your home

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We took a look at some of the top smart lighting solutions on the market right now and crowned an overall winner based on price, ease of use and overall lifespan.

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1 week ago

Gear Fit and Gear 2 users can now connect with Endomondo

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Endomondo announced today that their popular fitness tracking app can now connect with the Samsung Gear Fit and Gear 2. Using a compatible Samsung device, you'll be able to start, stop, and pause workouts, view distance data, exercise time, burned calories and more. There is built-in support for the Gear 2 heart-rate monitor as well.

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1 week ago

T-Mobile will throttle data on unlimited LTE users if data is used for P2P sharing

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A new report says that T-Mobile will soon begin to throttle data speeds for customers who are signed up on its unlimited LTE plans if they see that the data is being used to access peer-to-peer file sharing networks, enforcing their customer terms & conditions.

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1 week ago

Field Trip makes travel information conveniently available in Google Now

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Field Trip, the location-based information app by Google's Niantic Labs, has been updated with support for Google Now on Android phones and tablets. This means that when you show up at a new place all the interesting details about that place are ready and waiting for you to access, right in that convenient, card-based interface.

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1 week ago

Amazon Fire TV is just $84 for a limited time

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If you have yet to pull the trigger on Amazon's Fire TV — now is the time. Amazon is offering a $15 discount on their streaming set top box, bringing the price down to just $84 with free shipping. The offer is only good for a limited time (though we're not sure how long) so get in while the getting is good.

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1 week ago

Droidcon NYC adds to its Sept. 20-21 lineup, we've got a 25% discount for you!

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A bit of news today from Droidcon NYC, which is scheduled for Sept. 20-21.

Square's Jake Wharton has been added to the lineup. There also will be talks from Google on the new Material Design language (and expect a "retort" from Tumblr, apparently) as well as Wearables. Vine will be on hand to discuss recording and playing video on Android, and emerging frameworks such as RxJava, Dagger and Flow/Motar will get some love.

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1 week ago

Amazon adds 'Live App Testing' to Android and Fire developers' arsenals

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Amazon has just launched a new service called Live App Testing. It's designed to allow developers for the Amazon Appstore in general, and Kindle Fire and Fire Phone in specific set up and distribute apps to QA and beta testers.

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1 week ago

Mobile Nations Community Update, August 2014

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Mobile Nations Community Update

Time again for the monthly Mobile Nations Community Update. Android Central, Connectedly, CrackBerry, iMore, and Windows Phone Central have been jam-packed full of goodness over the summer. As per usual, our forum members are keeping things lively, and our awesome members and volunteers remain willing and eager to help YOU with answers to your pressing tech questions.

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