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Google Now Has 850,000 Android Activations Per Day And Over 450,000 Apps In The Android Market

Google Now Has 850,000 Android Activations Per Day And Over 450,000 Apps In The Android Market

It appears that Google’s Android OS is showing no signs of slowing down. Today Google, and more specifically Andy Rubin, announced that Android grew over 250% to 850,000 activations per day. According to the report, this now places “Android devices around the world past 300 million.” Additionally, Google announced that apps in the Android Market have tripled since last year […]

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Verizon Wireless Powers Up 22 More Cities With 4G LTE Today, More Coming On November 17th

Verizon Wireless Powers Up 22 More Cities With 4G LTE Today, More Coming On November 17th

Today the 4G LTE switch was turned on in 22 more cities by Verizon Wireless. You just have to love the pace at which the switch is being made. And to punctuate that even more, they have announced more cities that will receive the boost on November 17th. So now I’m guessing you’re wondering if your city was in the […]

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HP TouchPad 4G – Time To Welcome A New 4G Tablet, Preorder Now At Amazon For $699.99

HP TouchPad 4G – Time To Welcome A New 4G Tablet, Preorder Now At Amazon For $699.99

It’s time to welcome a new tablet with 4G capabilities – the HP TouchPad 4G. This 9.7 inch beauty will launch on AT&T sometime this month (rumored), and will boast an upgraded 1.5 GHz processor and webOS 3.0.2, which is the latest release from HP. For those wanting all of this beastly appeal, you can preorder from Amazon now for […]

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T-Mobile‘s 4G Network Is Getting Faster With HSPA + 42, Launching In 47 Additional Markets Today

T-Mobile‘s 4G Network Is Getting Faster With HSPA + 42, Launching In 47 Additional Markets Today

Today T-Mobile announced that its’ 4G network would be getting a boost in speed in 47 additional markets. If you add it up, that brings their ultra-fast HSPA+ 42 network to over 100 markets – more specifically, 102 markets. This further supports the carrier’s goal of wanting over 150 million Americans to have access to increased speeds, capacity, and reliability […]

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