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50,000 units of Xiaomi’s MiPad sold in just under four minutes

China-based Xiaomi started selling its Android-based tablet, the MiPad, in its home country earlier this week and the company claimed that 50,000 units were sold in its first 3 minutes and 59 seconds.

Samsung intros four budget KitKat smartphones for international markets


Samsung on Monday introduced four new budget-friendly Galaxy smartphones in the form of the Galaxy Core II, Galaxy Star 2, Galaxy Ace 4, and Galaxy Young 2. Powered by Android 4.4 KitKat with Samsung’s TouchWiz Essence UI, these will likely be positioned in emerging markets or places where the Moto E and Nokia X2 might be offered. What’s more, they might be sold alongside some  [Read More…]

Samsung launches four entry-level devices, Moto E competitor not in sight

Samsung has diversified its product portfolio even further by launching four new smartphones running Android 4.4 KitKat that are geared toward budget consumers.

Lenovo announces four new tablets

Lenovo today announced four new “A series” Android tablets. On tap are the A7-30, A7-50, A8 and A10, with each “A” number denoting the display size. Lenovo puts it thusly:

The new range starts with the A7-30 seven-inch devices, designed for optimal music or multimedia enjoyment through exceptional Dolby®-enhanced dual-front speakers while still packing a performance punch. The A7-50 is the affordable on-the-go reading companion with a 7-inch, wide-view HD display for sharper text and web  [Read More…]

Four ways Android is doing exactly what it’s supposed to do


You say tomato, I say tomahto. You say potato, I say potahto. And that’s where we stand on the state of Android, at least compared to Mark Spoonauer of Laptopmag. Mark, whose opinion we certainly respect, tonight in a “Spoon Fed” blog post titled “Why Android is broken,” highlights four reasons why he believes Android is “more vulnerable than ever,” despite activating more than 700,000 devices a day.

So is Android really doomed?  [Read More…]

PlayPhone to debut four new Android games in the next month

PlayPhone to debut four new Android games in the next month

PlayPhone, a US-based mobile phone content provider unknown to many, has proved to be very active during the past few months and has released a bunch of interesting and mostly free Android  [Read More…]

1-2-3-4 Fring Now Offers Four Way Video Calling

The communications app Fring (free) offers 4-way video calling through its iOS and Android apps now. The app just hit the App Store today! Fring offered two way video calling last year but now upgraded it to four and they added the ability to buy fringout credits which allow users to make low cost calls to regular phone numbers around the world via in-app purchase.. also works with AT&T & Verizon according to their info in the app store.

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