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20 Essential Apps For Your Android Phone

The ever-growing Android Market is flooded with apps that never cease to push the boundaries for better user experience. These apps number by the hundreds of thousands, well past the halfway mark towards a million by now, but not all of them are crowd favorites. For every category there are …

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10 Useful Android Tips And Tricks You Should Know

Whether you are new to Android and eager to try out every available option you see on the screen, or familiar with the system, including the annoyances that plague you on a daily basis, tips and tricks to get around a system is always helpful. We are here to help …

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Samsung slashes Galaxy Gear smartwatch price to Rs. 14,990

Samsung has slashed prices in India of its first wearable device, the Galaxy Gear smartwatch, to Rs. 14,990. While there are conflicting reports, TTi Gadgets has learnt the price drop will be effective within this week. Samsung had launched the Galaxy Gear in the country on September 25, at Rs. …

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Round 2014 – Samsung vs. Apple

The two smartphone manufacturers that benefited the most from the ecosystem driven smartphone revolution in the recent past are Samsung and Apple. Together these two companies account for 90% of the smartphone industry’s profits. No wonder, this brutal control and dominance by these two companies made every other manufacturer struggle …

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Samsung voted India’s most trusted brand

Samsung has edged out Sony and Tata to become India’s most trusted brand, according to a survey from Brand Trust Report 2014. This study is conducted by the Trust Research Advisory, and is in its fifth year. Samsung was the second most trusted brand last year, with Nokia emerging as …

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Moto X Review

Now that the Moto X is official, priced, and ready to arrive on the five major U.S. wireless carriers, it’s our job to try and figure out if this “mid-range” device with its premium price tag and handful of tricks is worth every penny that Motorola thinks it is. We …

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