Posts Tagged: "Google Play"

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10 of the Best Android Apps

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Let me preface this list with a little tidbit of information about myself: I’m ALWAYS looking for cool new Android apps for both my phone (a Droid Maxx) and my tablet (a Samsung Galaxy Tab 4). I love apps. Apps, apps, and more apps. There are literally thousands upon thousands of...

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Ematic EGD172 7” Dual-Core Multi-Touch Tablet Review

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Android tablets may be commonplace but that doesn’t mean they’re all alike. The reason so many 7” tablets are available is that they cater to the differing needs of the consumer looking to buy them. So what makes the $69.99 Ematic’s EGD172 7” Dual-Core Multi-Touch Tablet stand out? That it...

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Battlefield 4 BETA: Hands on Impressions (list)

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Battlefield 4 Beta testing has begun! Tuesday at 1am EA and DICE released the beta for BF4 available to download for anyone who pre-ordered Battlefield 4 PC Deluxe Edition, owns Battlefield 3 Premium of Medal of Honor: Warfighter Limited Edition or Digital. I decided to give it a look-see–being a...

Roku's Android App Adds Video Streaming

Roku’s Android App Adds Video Streaming

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Last month, Roku launched their Play On Roku video support for iPhones and other iOS devices. Now they’ve released news on their blog that they’ve just updated their Android app to support Play On Roku video streaming. This now means that those with Roku players can stream  the videos that they have...

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Google Chromecast Review

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here’s been a lot of effort directed at finding ways to transfer content from a smartphone or tablet wirelessly to the big screen (i.e., TV). The problem has been the lack of a universal standard that everybody can use, and as a result the technology either comes already hardwired into...

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Google Play Music All Access Coming to iOS Devices “Soon”

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I love Spotify, at least when it’s not shi**ing the bed and stuttering through songs that I rarely (or anyone else) play – probably something to do with their P2P infrastructure.  So it stands to reason that Google’s music service, Google Play Music All Access, might actually offer a better experience. However,...