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Flickr Re Re Revamps Their UI [Mobile Screenshots]

Flickr has had an Instagram problem for years now. They have attempted to simplify their UI and make the site more social, but the users are just not coming back. With another re-do, Flickr and Yahoo are hoping their luck changes. For those who are curious, here is the changelog featuring what’s new in Flickr: […]
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OnePlus One = invite-only at launch?

In case you were excited about the OnePlus One, the first phone that Cyanogen Inc. was involved in design and development from start to finish, you might be in for a bit of a buzzkill. According to an announcement in the OnePlus forum Thursday, the phones will only be available through an invite system reminiscent […]
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Humble Mobile Bundle 5: Android all day, every day

You might be thinking that we just covered a Humble Bundle for Android, and you would be halfway correct, in that the last Humble Bundle did have Android titles included. But let us not dissuade the good folks over at the Humble Bundle from releasing more and more gaming goodness for the cost of whatever […]
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Google releases Chrome Remote Desktop for Android

I think most of us would gladly admit we enjoy seeing a new application coming from Google themselves. What has become more interesting since the ascension of Sindar Pichai to the Android team is that Chrome is starting to get into the mix. Google on Wednesday released Chrome Remote Desktop app for devices running Android version 4.0 […]
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AT&T Partners With Volvo in the US and Canada Bringing Wireless Capability

Automobiles are becoming more and more connected every day. What was originally optional features in select cars seem to be finding themselves in a variety of makes and models. Volvo, a popular Swedish car manufacturer has developed a reputation of having well connected cars on top of their already high safety standards. US wireless carrier […]
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CyanogenMod’s new theme engine source code available

A couple of weeks ago we mentioned some of the changes we can expect in the future for CyanogenMod’s iconic Theme Chooser, though if you wanted to try the alpha build for yourself you’d have to have a Galaxy Nexus GSM edition (maguro), a Nexus 4, Nexus 5 or a Motorola Flipout (ok, not really […]
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Attach auto-saved photos to Gmail desktop client

Google announced via their Gmail blog some added functionality for adding photos to messages. Now users can upload pictures that have been backed up thanks to their auto-backup feature, and the desktop version of Gmail allows for them to be sent via email. Some of us still use the desktop to send emails, so for […]
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