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Google Play Store Birthday Sale Goes LiveAndroid is the mobile operating system from Google. The software was originally built by a company called Android Inc, that was purchased by Google in 2005. From its modest debuts, Android has become a powerhouse that powers not only smartphones and tablet, but a host of other less high-profile devices and gadgets. Although Android is not a community-driven project, Google does release the source code as open-source under the Apache license.

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Google Play Store Birthday Sale Goes Live

03/06/2014, Good news for the countless Android users out there looking to get the maximum bang for their buck on the Google Play Store. To commemorate its second birthday, the Google Play Store birthday sale has now kicked off. Discounts are being offered on a wide...

HP Launches Low-End Android Tablet

03/06/2014, Budget or low-end Android devices do end up doing a lot of business in the market, which is why most companies try to offer devices that cater to this segment of the market as well. HP happens to be one of those companies, and it has launched a new budget...

Google Exec Claims Android Is The Fastest Adopted OS In The World

03/06/2014, Without doubt at the current moment, Android is the most popular smartphone platform in the world. The Google-owned smartphone operating system is currently dominating and has a very sizeable chunk of the market and we’re sure that even the most ardent...

Evernote For Android Supports Handwriting Now

03/05/2014, Evernote for Android has seen many installs over the years, being one of the more popular apps on the Android platform. Along the way, it has also received its fair share of updates and enhancements to make the note-taking experience a more enjoyable one,...

Nokia X Will Be Hitting Malaysia First This Week For $121

03/05/2014, At MWC 2014, Nokia “surprised” everyone by launching their series of Nokia X Android devices. The lineup currently consists of a trio of handsets in the form of the Nokia X, the Nokia X+, and the Nokia XL. Oddly enough Nokia has decided that these...

Sprint Moto X Android 4.4.2 Update Announced

03/04/2014, Android 4.4.2 KitKat was introduced to the Moto X on T-Mobile not too long ago, before it was followed up by the same act on U.S. Cellular and Verizon models. It does seem as though Sprint does not want to lose out on this particular update too, with...

Android Platform Distribution Still Lead By Jelly Bean

03/04/2014, We often talk about fragmentation on the Android platform, and its not uncommon to see an old iteration leading the statistics. Even though it has been quite a few months since Android 4.4 KitKat was released, it still hasn’t made its way to the top...

Android Tablets Collectively Outsold The iPad In 2013

03/03/2014, When it comes to tablets, Apple’s series of iPads have long reigned supreme, but it looks like that reign has come to an end, that’s if you were to follow Gartner’s recent stats which has shown that Android tablets have finally managed to overtake...

Xbox Live Could Extend To iOS And Android

03/03/2014, iOS and Android are the platforms where you’d least expect to find Xbox Live at this point in time, however it does exist as a crucial feature on Microsoft’s Xbox consoles as well as Windows and Windows Phone devices. It lets users collect...

Karbonn’s Smartphone Will Run Both Windows Phone And Android

03/03/2014, Does a smartphone that dual boots Windows Phone and Android sound appealing to you? In a way it does seem like that you would get the best of both worlds, but is this really something that people need? Well regardless or not whether it might seem like...

Nokia X’s App Store Ported Onto Jolla Smartphone

03/02/2014, Just the other day, we saw the Nokia X rooted and have Google apps installed on the phone. This is actually a pretty big deal because with the Nokia X running on a forked version of Android, this meant that unlike other Android phones, the Nokia X would...