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NVIDIA Announces Project Shield: World’s First Pure Android, Tegra 4 Gaming Device

January 7, 2013 |

NVIDIA dropped quite a surprise on the Android community just a few minutes ago. Code named Project Thor Shield, NVIDIA has designed their very own gaming/Android device. This hybrid mobile device looks like a gaming controller on steroids and is surprisingly running pure Android. That’s right, PURE Android! Read More

Getting Started With Android: Choose Your Google Account Wisely

January 5, 2013 |

I’d like to take this time to give new Android users some very sage advice: “choose your Google account wisely!” Creating a Google account is one of the very first steps you’ll take as a new Android user, and believe it or not, it’s the most important. Most of us are so excited when we get our first Android device that we don’t give much thought to our Google account username, but I’m going to tell you why you should think long and hard before typing in awesomesauce2012@gmail.com. Read More

CES will Have Plenty of Google TV Products, but it’s the ASUS Qube I’m Most Excited About

January 4, 2013 |

Google has confirmed a number of manufacturers who will be showcasing Google TV products in the upcoming weeks at CES, however, it’s the ASUS Qube I’m most excited about seeing. I’ve been hoping for an affordable Google TV solution to hit the market for quite some time and yes, I’m aware there are already a few affordable options (I currently own a Vizio Co-Star). However, none of those options have worked quite as well as I had hoped and if there’s one company that can get it right, it’s ASUS. Read More

A Beginner’s Guide to Programming for Android now Available at Linux.com

January 4, 2013 |

If you’re reading this, the chances are very high that you’ve at some point in time considered coding for Android. For whatever reason, you just haven’t be able to take that fist step. Learning something new can sometimes be intimidating, but it’s a new year, so why not take on a new challenge? Read More

For the First Time Ever, Cupcake is Absent From the Android Distribution Table

January 3, 2013 |

Every month, Google gives us look at the various Android platform versions accessing the Play store. This kind of information is crucial to developers looking to ensure support where support is needed and also gives us an idea of how fast devices are or aren’t being updated. Surprisingly, every month, good old Cupcake shows up with a proud 0.1% distribution, reminding us that Cupcakes never say die. However, I am sad to report, for the first time ever — Cupcake is missing. Read More

AOKP Releases Brand new JB-MR1 Build 1 for Jelly Bean

January 3, 2013 |

The AOKP team welcomed the new year with a bit of a surprise for ROMers. After making a tough decision to start over, the team has gone ahead and built their 4.2.1 ROM from the ground up and releasing it as JB-MR1 Build 1. Most features have been forward-ported to the new build, however, there’s still a bit missing and currently features limited support. Read More

T-Mobile Expanding Retail Store Availablitly of the Nexus 4 This Month

January 3, 2013 |

Speaking of the Nexus 4, it looks like T-Mobile will begin carrying this elusive beast in all their retail stores starting this month. If you still haven’t managed to score a Nexus 4 from Google Play and don’t mind paying an extra $150, you might want to consider walking into your local T-Mobile store to see when they’ll have them in stock. Read More

Nexus 4 Fanatics use a bit of Detective Work to Uncover Approximate Sales Figures

January 3, 2013 |

The Nexus 4 didn’t exactly have the smoothest launch and was riddled by server crashes, fluctuating stock, and just plain miscommunication. Despite all of these mishaps, the sales of this pure Google device continued to soar. Well, at least that’s what we were led to believe by the perpetual “Sold Out” notification and ever slipping shipping dates. Read More

The Android Mascots That Could Have Been: “Danger, Dan Morrill!”

January 2, 2013 |

We’ve all come to love the adorable little green robot known as bugdroid, but did you know the first proposed mascot more resembled the love child of Rosie the Robot Maid and the Robot from Lost in space? That’s right! Long time Android engineer Dan Morrill was doing some, erm.. winter cleaning, and came across a few relics that could have changed the entire course of Android’s history. Read More