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Windows Phone 8 vs. Android 4.1 Jellybean

Two of the leading software giants Google and Microsoft have unveiled the much awaited versions of their mobile operating systems- Windows Phone 8 Apollo and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Both the versions come with some impressive improvements in performance as well as aesthetics. If you wish to compare the two, following points can be taken into consideration:

Interface
Talking about the interface, Android 4.1 has totally revolutionized the customizability of its operating system with Apps and widgets automatically resized to fit across multiple users’ home screens.

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Top 7 Reasons to Choose Windows Phone 7

Is your mobile phone contract getting expired and you are confused about choosing the best smartphone in the market? You made up your mind to compare your mobile phone for recycling, and now wondering whether to go for Android or iPhone or Windows Phone? Decide to go for a Windows phone, as industry experts think Windows phone will rule in the coming years.

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Find Some of the Best Android Apps in April, 2012

There has been a massive growth in the mobile phone applications and games, particularly in the Android market during the month of April, 2012. This is because the global users are looking for different types of applications to solve their day to day requirements. In order to fulfill their demand, Android has introduced some unique Apps. Let’s go through this post and find the most popular free Android apps downloaded in April alone. There are many more , but the apps we have mentioned here are released in April, this year with the maximum number of downloads.

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10 Must Have Apps for Vacations

The Labor Day holiday is fast approaching in the US. Traditionally, it’s the last big summer vacation weekend in the US. In the not-so-distant past, it used to be that you’d have to hit the road with only a paper map and travel book to guide you. Nowadays, with all the iPhone apps available, it would be unthinkable to hit the road with out your smartphone loaded with apps to help with everything from finding hotels, places to eat, and even up-to-date flight info.

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Motorola Xoom 2 Review

Motorola Xoom 2: What’s in Store?

Speculation is rife about Motorola Xoom2, the device that is expected to give stiff competition to Apple’s iPad 2. Moreover, with Google expected to absorb Motorola, there are great expectations about what Xoom 2 can offer. Photos of this device have been leaked already and users can hardly wait to know more. Here’s a sneak peek of the much awaited device.

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Motorola Backflip Review

Motorola Backflip, released in 2010 was AT&T’s first Android phone. Though Motorola entered the Android game late, it is interesting to see if Motorola Backflip is able to live up to user expectations. Does it perform well? Here’s the Motorola Backflip unlocked.

Motorola Backflip Design and Display

Motorola Backflip has an interesting design, literally requiring a backflip to turn the rear-facing QWERTY keyboard around. The uniqueness of this form factor lies in the fact that when the Motorola Backflip is closed, the keyboard is at the back of the device. But when flipped open, it is below the display. Being rectangular with rounded edges, Motorola Backflip can be held easily in the hand. The screen can rest on the sturdy keyboard when listening to music or watching videos. There is also the Backtrack at the back of the display which is a trackpad that helps in navigation.

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HTC Rhyme Review

HTC Rhyme is a smartphone that has recently been released by HTC. On their website, the Taiwanese giant boasts that HTC Rhyme is the device that ‘fits perfectly with your life.’ Is this really true? Here’s taking a closer look:

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Samsung Galaxy Nexus: First Impressions

What has been causing a flutter these days is Samsung Galaxy Nexus, a device produced by Samsung carrying the latest version of Android, Ice Cream Sandwich. This device was officially announced in Hong Kong a few days back. While this smartphone comes with some admirable specifications, it is worth investigating more about this device. A closer look reveals the following:

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HTC Cha Cha Review

HTC Cha Cha has been advertised as the Facebook phone. But does it really provide a good option for social networkers and does it function well on other counts too? Here’s taking a closer look:

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Samsung Indulge Review

The first 4G LTE Android device in the U.S. was the Samsung Indulge available on MetroPCS. Released in 2011, this Galaxy device offers a host of features. Here’s taking a closer look.

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