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MetroPCS adds ZTE Anthem 4G to Android roster

MetroPCS has added yet another Android smartphone to its burgeoning roster, tapping the ZTE Anthem 4G for release over the coming weeks. As the first 4G LTE handset in the United States, the phone runs Android 2.3 Gingberbread (yikes) and features a dual-core 1.2 GHz Snapdragon process, 4.3-inch display, HDMI output and Dolby Surround Audio.  Pricing is listed at $219 for …

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Telenav launches Scout for Android

Yes Scout for Android Available ! Telenav today announced a fantastic new location-based navigation and discovery app for Android with the debut of Scout.  Rather than functioning as a simple “help me get from A to B” app, Scout is the sort of client that you’ll want to use on a regular basis.  We’ve watched over the years as Telenav …

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ViewSonic VSD220 Android Smart Display launching in October for $399

ViewSonic officially announced the 22-inch ViewSonic Android Smart Display VCD22 at the Computex few months ago. I am still not sure what to call it, but after all it’s an all-in-one Android desktop. The good news is that it will hit US market this October as ViewSonic VSD220, and it will cost $399.99. ViewSonic stated that the device is designed for both …

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Nexus 7 can record 720p video

The 7? Android 4.1-running sub-$200 Nexus 7 brings a premium Android experience in a cheap package. The device was the first launched running Google’s latest version of the Android operating system, version 4.1 codenamed “Jelly Bean.” To get to such a low price, Google and ASUS made key omissions in the slate’s design, most notably the lack of a rear-facing …

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Google Drive for Android receives update

Google Drive is around from a long time now, and it’s for sure an amazing offer by the search giant. Google updated Google Drive for Android, and added some new features. According to Google blog, the updated Android version allows users to add comments, reply to existing comments and view tables in their Google documents. And just like the iPhone app, …

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