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The best way to completely wipe your Android device.

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Android 4.3 arrived a bit later than we expected, but it’s here. Check out the details.

Android 4.3 arrived a bit later than we expected, but it’s here. Check out the details.

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The new Nexus 7 is official. Here are the details.

The new Nexus 7 is official. Here are the details.

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The new breed of Android devices exceeds the iPhone 5 in every category, says Peter Yared 

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The Android ecosystem has become a dominant force in 2012. Here’s how we see it growing in the coming year.

The Android ecosystem has become a dominant force in 2012. Here’s how we see it growing in the coming year.

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The Samsung Galaxy S3 may not be the best Android phone for much longer. The HTC One X+ is coming and it looks great.
Check out our first look

The Samsung Galaxy S3 may not be the best Android phone for much longer. The HTC One X+ is coming and it looks great.

Check out our first look

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Gingerbread is the most popular Android flavor with 56% of the market

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Not to be left in the dust by the brand-new Facebook for iOS app, Facebook for Android now lets you create events, add photos to messages, and more.

Not to be left in the dust by the brand-new Facebook for iOS app, Facebook for Android now lets you create events, add photos to messages, and more.

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Why Apple doesn’t just sue Google over Android instead of the manufacturers:

A more sympathetic case When it comes to complicated patent trials, getting a simple story across to the jury greatly improves the odds of winning.
That’s why Apple is going after the handset manufacturers instead. With the likes of HTC and Samsung, Apple can simply throw up several phones and point to the revenue generated from the devices. By making the case more about design and feel and less about the intricacies of patents, the company has a case that jurors can understand. It doesn’t hurt that, after Apple itself, Samsung is the second-most profitable smartphone player in the world.

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Why Apple doesn’t just sue Google over Android instead of the manufacturers:

A more sympathetic case When it comes to complicated patent trials, getting a simple story across to the jury greatly improves the odds of winning.

That’s why Apple is going after the handset manufacturers instead. With the likes of HTC and Samsung, Apple can simply throw up several phones and point to the revenue generated from the devices. By making the case more about design and feel and less about the intricacies of patents, the company has a case that jurors can understand. It doesn’t hurt that, after Apple itself, Samsung is the second-most profitable smartphone player in the world.

You should really read the rest

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Google Nexus D is a curved concept with a kickstand 
This slick mockup of a possible future Google Nexus phone flaunts a curved screen and kickstand. It’s also shock-resistant and operates as a universal remote.
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Google Nexus D is a curved concept with a kickstand 

This slick mockup of a possible future Google Nexus phone flaunts a curved screen and kickstand. It’s also shock-resistant and operates as a universal remote.

Read more

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Android Jelly Bean shown running on first ever Android phone
Here’s a mid-week feat of heroic hacking — ambitious Android tinkerers have successfully got Android 4.1 Jelly Bean running on a T-Mobile G1, the first ever Android phone.
Read more at CNET UK)

Android Jelly Bean shown running on first ever Android phone

Here’s a mid-week feat of heroic hacking — ambitious Android tinkerers have successfully got Android 4.1 Jelly Bean running on a T-Mobile G1, the first ever Android phone.

Read more at CNET UK)

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Google’s Nexus 7 tablet will be available in July for $199.
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Google’s Nexus 7 tablet will be available in July for $199.

Check out our First Take

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Tablet wars: The iPad will grab 61% of the global market this year; Android will fall to 38.4%

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