More Android One Devices Launching In December

Android One

Last week Google announced the launch of the first Android One devices in India, the first handsets will come with similar specifications, and launched with Micromax, Karbonn and Spice in India.

Now according to a recent report, companies are looking at releasing more Android one devices in India later this year, and they could possibly launch as early as December.

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Awesome Instapaper App Now Free On iOS And Android


Marco Arment creator of the awesome Instapaper app that allows you to bookmark website pages to read later at a more convenient time, has today announced that he has made the popular off-line reading application free on both iOS and Android devices.

Now that the Instapaper app is free to download Macro has also launched a premium version which as explained provides enhanced searching as well as unlimited highlighting for a monthly cost of $2.99 or $29.99 annually.

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iPhone 6 vs Sony Xperia Z3 Compact (Video)

iPhone 6 vs Sony Xperia Z3 Compact

We have seen various videos featuring the new iPhone 6, and now we have one comparing the iPhone 6 vs Sony Xperia Z3 compact.

Both handsets feature similar display sizes, the iPhone 6 features a 4.7 inch display with a resolution of 1134 x 750 pixels, and the Sony Xperia Z3 Compact comes with a 4.6 inch display with a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels.

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Nexus 9 Tablet From HTC Close To Release

Nexus 9

The last thing we heard about the new HTC Nexus 9 tablet, was that the device will launch some time in October, and now according to a recent report, Google and HTC are getting ready to release the device.

Google and HTC have apparently been working together on the Nexus 9 tablet for the last year, although neither company has confirmed the existence of the tablet.

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Instapaper Goes Free With The Latest Update, Still Offers a Paid Subscription


When we hear about apps to save articles for offline reading, the number one app which comes to mind is Pocket. But, it’s not the only one, there are more feature-rich apps available for mobile devices as well.

Instapaper is another interesting option for offline reading, but the app costed $3. With the latest Instapaper update for Android, which bumps it to version 4.0, the app goes free, with premium features coming at the usual $2.99 a month or $29.99 a year subscription.

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Samsung Galaxy S5 sales reaches one million in Germany

Samsung Galaxy S5

It’s been a while since Samsung announced anything about the sales figures for its flagship device, the Samsung Galaxy S5. Earlier this year, we heard Samsung sold 10 million units for the first 25 days of launch.

Recently, it was reported that one million Samsung Galaxy S5 units have been sold in Germany. Samsung usually doesn’t talk about the sales figures for other regions except their home country, and this is the first time they did so. Reports hinted the company is hoping to ship 35 million units by the end of the year, which doesn’t look impossible.

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Samsung Galaxy A5 (SM-A500) Spotted In The Wild

Samsung Galaxy A5

Samsung Galaxy Alpha came up with a new design language, and a big change from the Korean OEM. Since then, we’ve heard rumors that the company is working on more handset, which will see the daylight under the “A” series.

We heard Samsung is working on three handsets with model numbers SM-A300, SM-A500 and SM-A700. Recently, the folks at SamMobile posted some images of the alleged Samsung Galaxy A5 (SM-A500).

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Android 5.0 L Will Automatically Encrypt Data

Android 5.0 L

Apple’s new iOS 8, which launched this week automatically encrypts your data, and now Google has announced that their next major release of Android, which is called Android 5.0 L will also automatically encrypt personal data.

Google has offered the ability to encrypt your data on your Android device, but when Android 5.0 L launches, this will be set as default and all data will automatically be encrypted.

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Anki Drive AI Robotic Racing Cars Arrives On Android Next Month (video)

Anki Drive

Android users that have been waiting patiently to get their hands on the awesome Anki Drive robotic racing cars that were originally unveiled last year for the first time during Apple’s WWDC 2013 keynote.

Will be please to learn that the Anki Drive racing car system will be arriving on Android devices next month, and the companies ultimate goal is to be supported by as many device as possible. Check out the video after the jump to lean more about the intelligent racing system.

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Samsung Galaxy Alpha Lands In The US

Samsung Galaxy Alpha

The Samsung Galaxy Alpha is  now available in the US, the handset is being sold unofficially through retailer Expansys, and an unlocked version of the handset will set you back $699.99.

The handset recently launched in the UK, and the device comes with a metal casing, which is a change for Samsung, and it also comes with some decent specifications.

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Sony SmartEyeglass SDK Announced (Video)

sony smarteyeglass

Sony has announced that it is launching a new device, the Sony SmartEyeglass , which is a prototype device similar to Google Glass, although it will work in a slightly different way than Google Glass, the company previewed the device earlier this month.

The Sony SmartEyeglass will connect to your smartphone via Bluetooth, and then display information from your smartphone in front of your eyes.

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OnePlus One Announces a Pre-order System

OnePlus One

OnePlus One is without a doubt an excellent handset, but getting your hands on the device is not easy as it seems. The devices launched with an invite system, which rumors hinted would be abandoned in the coming months. And it seems they were correct after all.

The folks at OnePlus One have announced a new pre-order system which will make it easy for Android fans to get their hands on the OnePlus One.

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