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Google Images gets a facelift on Android tablets

Google announced on its mobile blog that image search on Android tablets is undergoing some changes today. Adjustments have been made to UI settings with improvements like infinite scroll and a film strip mode, making the experience much more like a native desktop application as opposed to one on a mobile device. So without further ado, we will jump right… Read more

Samsung Galaxy S II for T-Mobile offered for only $149.99 during Best Buy’s three day sale

Best Buy is offering up a mighty fine special for anyone who has been waiting to get a new smartphone, but wasn’t all that willing to pay an arm-and-a-leg for one. During the yellow tag retailer’s three-day sale, you can finally get your hands on one of the most enjoyed Android devices out there, Samsung’s Galaxy S II, for a measly $149.99. Of course,… Read more

Samsung Galaxy S II LTE in white officially unveiled

Samsung is beginning to fall in love with white gadgets all over again, it seems. We’ve seen the Galaxy S II Skyrocket in white launch for AT&T’s network, and we now know that Samsung and T-Mobile are launching their Galaxy S II variant in white on the 14th of December. So, it should be no surprise to anyone that an LTE version of the device is also getting… Read more

Day 3 of Premium Apps in Android Market

Google is continuing their 10 day premium application offer, and it looks like they’re not backing down on offering up some pretty exciting applications. There’s a nice mix between useful applications, even a kid’s app, and a big focus on games which should speak volumes to anyone out there taking advantage of these offers. And, as usual, the… Read more

Samsung Galaxy Nexus for Verizon will reportedly sell for $289 on contract at Costco

With the release of the Galaxy Nexus for Verizon seemingly right around the corner, it’s no surprise that the leaks regarding the device haven’t slowed down. While we have already seen that Costco had every intention of selling the device on December 9th as well, whether or not that still happens is anyone’s guess. The likely rumor is that the release has… Read more

OnLive hits Android; LA Noire in tow

OnLive has launched on Android allowing subscribers to play games on their tablets and smartphones. OnLive’s service utilizes server-side computing power to render graphically-intense games and stream them via the cloud. The game-streaming service adds L.A. Noire to its offerings and brings on-screen controls created by the developers that will leverage… Read more

Senseg brings textures and friction to your touchscreen

Just when we thought technology had nothing up its sleeve, Senseg makes us all hold our breath. Senseg is a company that created an amazing technology that allows you to feel things on your tablet. They use a innovative hardware and software that creates an electrostatic field and the rest is just strange voodoo from a galaxy far, far away. This is… Read more