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New in KitKat – What is ART and How to Enable It on Android

With the release of KitKat, Google has sought out to give Android a new look and a couple of noteworthy features.  KitKat offers features such as a new launcher with integrated Google Now, a brand new dialer, system-wide Emoji support and much more. However, a lot of the new stuff is happening under the hood…

Easy Android Modding With Xposed Framework

One of the most praised aspects of Android has always been the possibility of fiddling with almost every aspect of your device out of the box. From the earliest of times, there was already an eager and anxious community going to town on their own smartphone and tablet devices.  Modding Android into something they wished…

Improve Health and Fitness with FitBit on Android

New Year! New Goals! This time of year is perfect for setting personal goals for self improvement. And we all know that Health and Fitness is always among the most popular “New Year’s Resolutions”. So we thought we’d help you out by showing you a great tool that can make accomplishing that fitness goal easier…

Motorola Unveils the Moto X Smartphone – Droid of the Future?

After much hype and speculation, it’s finally here. The Moto X is real, and it’s finally coming our way. It has probably been the most hyped and controversial device on the Android ecosystem so far, in great part because of Google acquiring Motorola Mobility back in 2012 and having done nothing with it in terms…

What’s New in Android 4.3 Jelly Bean Update?

In the past weeks, the new Google Play Edition devices (at this moment, the Samsung Galaxy S4 and the HTC One) have been released for compatible parts of the world, being sold directly in the Play Store through the “Devices” section of the store. Now, the story doesn’t end there, because soon after people started…

Android “Master Key” Exploit – What It Means for You

This week, a fairly serious topic has been haunting the Android community, coming from the mobile security company Bluebox, which claimed to have discovered a serious bug that would allow any device running Android, from version 1.6 upward, to be completely exposed to any hacker , allowing your passwords, calls and texts to be in…

Impressions on the Samsung Galaxy S4 (After the Honeymoon)

The Samsung Galaxy S4 has been available from some carriers for over two months now.  Verizon, one of the largest carriers and the one I happen to rely upon for service, was slowest to release the phone, citing concerns over whether Samsung could provide the number of units it would need to satisfy demand.  And…