Daily Archive: January 17, 2014

Final Fantasy 6 Available on Android Devices – IGN


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Final Fantasy 6 Available on Android Devices
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Final Fantasy 6 Available on Android Devices. It doesn’t look quite like we remember it. by Luke Karmali. January 16, 2014. Submit Tweet Share +1 Share. Final Fantasy VI is now available on Android devices, Square Enix has announced. Available now on 
9 best Android games this week – Final Fantasy VI, Bad Hotel, and morePocket Gamer
‘Final Fantasy VI’ Android First Impressions and iOS Release Date TheorycraftingTouch Arcade
Final Fantasy 6 out now on AndroidJoystiq
Shacknews -Eurogamer.net -Android Authority
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Nokia Normandy user interface leaks again; doesn’t know if it wants to be … – Phandroid.com


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Nokia Normandy user interface leaks again; doesn’t know if it wants to be
Phandroid.com
We’ve seen just about all we could of Nokia Normandy at this point, but the leaks aren’t over. Another purported shot of the Android device’s user interface has leaked, giving us a closer look at what users might be treated to if this phone ever sees
What is Nokia’s Normandy Project? It’s Android, Jim. But not as we know it…Know Your Mobile
Nokia Android phone’s user interface leakedTimes of India
Nokia Normandy Android UI looks like Windows Phone, if leaked pics are Pocket-lint.com
NDTV -ExtremeTech -BGR
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Meet COS, The Chinese Government’s Contender To Battle iOS & Android – ReadWrite


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Meet COS, The Chinese Government’s Contender To Battle iOS & Android
ReadWrite
The government of China is not too fond of foreign mobile operating systems like iOS and Android, so the country cooked up its own homegrown solution: A Linux-based, open-source operating system called the COS, or China Operating System. According to 
New China-developed OS takes aim at Android, WindowsPCWorld
China develops iOS, Android rivalTimes of India

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Bluebird’s new ruggedized handheld can run Android, Windows Phone variant – ZDNet


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Bluebird’s new ruggedized handheld can run Android, Windows Phone variant
ZDNet
It turns out that at least one OEM already has put Android and an embedded variant of the Windows Phone OS on a single form factor. That OEM is Bluebird, a Korean handheld mobile device provider. Bluebird announced the new five-inch device, which it is 
Full Specs of Bluebird BM180 Android/Windows handset now availableWMPoweruser.com
Bluebird’s BM180 Boots Windows Embedded 8 Handheld And AndroidUbergizmo
The BM180 Runs Android Or Windows, All Wrapped Up In A Rugged Little Android Headlines – Android News
TechShout! -The Droid Guy
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Galaxy S3 Android 4.4 KitKat Update: 5 Things You Need to Know – Gotta Be Mobile

Gotta Be MobileGalaxy S3 Android 4.4 KitKat Update: 5 Things You Need to KnowGotta Be MobileSamsung has finally started rolling out the Android 4.4 KitKat update though the release is limited to the Galaxy Note 3. The Samsung Galaxy S3 Android 4.4 KitK…

64-bit Bay Trail-powered Android tablets to arrive this spring – Ars Technica


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64-bit Bay Trail-powered Android tablets to arrive this spring
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Until now, the one-to-four core, 64-bit capable, low-power processors have largely been restricted to Windows 8.1 devices, reflecting Bay Trail’s original Windows focus. Intel switched focus to Android during the development process, and this is what
Intel’s Bay Trail chip arriving on Android tablets in Q2CNET
Intel’s Bay Trail CPU will usher Android into the 64-bit era this springEngadget
PCs drive Intel’s earnings, but ‘Bay Trail’ Android tablets are on the horizonPCWorld (blog)
Liliputing -T3 -Android Community
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Galaxy Note 2 Android 4.4 KitKat Update: 5 Things You Need to Know – Gotta Be Mobile

Gotta Be MobileGalaxy Note 2 Android 4.4 KitKat Update: 5 Things You Need to KnowGotta Be MobileThe Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Android 4.4 KitKat update roll out is underway but there are still plenty of big name Samsung devices without an Android 4.4 KitKa…

Android’s ‘weak gravity’ means users drift away to iPhone, study finds – The Guardian


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Android’s ‘weak gravity’ means users drift away to iPhone, study finds
The Guardian
Specifically, “weak gravity” means that although first-time smartphone buyers in the UK are far more likely to buy an Android phone than Apple’s iPhone, and more likely to stay with it than iPhone users are, Apple pulls more users into its orbit on

Micromax A71 and Canvas XL budget Android smartphones listed online in India – NDTV

NDTVMicromax A71 and Canvas XL budget Android smartphones listed online in IndiaNDTVThe Micromax A71 runs Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean and is a dual-SIM phablet with support for GSM+GSM lines. It features a 5-inch WVGA display with 480×800 pixels resolutio…

Viddme Brings Anonymous Video Sharing To Web, iPhone & Android – TechCrunch

Viddme Brings Anonymous Video Sharing To Web, iPhone & Android
TechCrunch
Following the backlash against YouTube’s merging with Google+ for identity, authentication and, most recently, commenting, there’s been a renewed interest in a sort of anonymous video hosting service – something like an “Imgur for video,” for instance.

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