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Sharp’s 7-inch Android tablet breaks cover

Author: androidcommunity.com

Back in mid-September, we got word that the Sharp Galapagos 5.5-inch and 10.8-inch tablets had been killed off. These tablets never sold very well. Sharp hoped at the time that its 7-inch Galapagos tablet would be better received by the Android tablet buyers out there. I have my doubts about that, but the Sharp Galapagos 7-inch tablet has now been seen in the flesh.

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Google Voice for Android finally gets mass texting capabilities

Author:engadget.com

Google Voice for Android

Sweet jumpin’ Jehoshaphat, it finally happened — Google Voice for Android now supports sending text messages to multiple recipients. Being able to have a single, archived repository of texts is great, but it was always somewhat bewildering that while you could send a mass SMS…

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Kindle Fire Finds Easy “1-Click” Root Method – Let The Games Begin

Author:phandroid.com

Okay, so it was only a few minutes ago that I told you guys the Kindle Fire source code had been made available by Amazon. Now, that’s all fine and dandy for creating custom ROMs but there’s only one small problem — you can’t install a custom ROM without first getting root onto your device.

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[Render] Super-Sharp HTC Zeta Will Poke Your Eyes Out With Its Corners, Burn Your Hands With Its Blazing 2.5Ghz Quad-Core Processor

Author: androidpolice.com

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So, looky at what we have here: yet another render for a supposedly upcoming HTC device. This one is a far cry from the current crop of HTC phones on the market — heck, it’s even a whole different beast from the Edge and Ville. This one looks mean…

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How-To: Enable ADB on your Kindle Fire (Windows)

Author:Jerry Hildenbrandandroidcentral.com 

Kindle Fire

anna sideload apps (or use ADB for any other reason) to your Kindle Fire via your computer?  It’s really easy — just add the USB Vendor ID to the Windows ini file.  Even reading it seems more complicated than it really is.  On your Windows computer, press the Start button, then choose “All programs” > “Accessories” > “Command prompt” to open the text based…

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Google Books updated, promising “better support for 7-inch tablets”

Author:Richard Devineandroidcentral.com

Android Central

Hot on the heels of Barnes and Nobles’ latest update to the Nook for Android app, Google have followed suit with a little update to their own Google Books app.

The changelog touts the ability to +1 a book while reading, in book search and landscape mode for flowing text on phones, and perhaps more…

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Galaxy Nexus Talk: More Verizon Training Info, Potential Retail Price of $500, and A Release Date of November 21?

Author:droid-life.com

e tossed out a story just a few hours ago showing that Verizon’s training for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus had started and wanted to show you further proof that just landed in our inbox. The training to our knowledge, doesn’t include a release date and is mostly just an overview of Ice Cream Sandwich and G-Nex features that we all saw during last month’s shenanigans. So nothing spectacular in…

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