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Android is the most stable mobile OS, says new report

How often your favorite apps crash can vary depending on the type of device you're using, the operating system it's running, and even where you are in the world, says a new Crittercism study.
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How to install Flash on an Android phone or tablet

If you miss the days of using Flash Player on your Android phone or tablet, check out this simple, easy to follow, how-to guide covering how to install Flash on most Android powered devices.
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MailTracker adds confirmation receipts to iPhone’s Mail app

Wondering if that important email you sent has been viewed yet? MailTracker will let you know by linking up with your Apple Mail account and providing updates on interaction with your sent messages.
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Google tightens up app store guidelines to protect users

Google has made changes to its Developer Program Policy to prohibit apps from using deceptive adverts, promoting pornography, changing built-in browser settings and using a device's SMS feature without permission.
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Sorry, iWatch! Android Wear will dominate our wrist

Google has staked its claim on the title Master of Wearable Tech with Android Wear, a brand new version of Android specifically designed for smartwatches and other wearable products.
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The Samsung Galaxy S5 has a hidden baby monitor feature

Samsung's latest flagship smartphone goes on sale in the U.S. on April 11, and here's a feature we weren't previously aware of — a baby crying detector built into the device's software.
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BlackBerry beats Typo in court to get the keyboard case banned

The QWERTY-style Typo keyboard case has received a sales ban from a U.S. judge after it was decided in court that the device was an "unmistakeable" variation on BlackBerry's famous keyboard design.
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Sony to launch ‘Digital Paper’ e-ink screen in U.S., acts like paper

Perhaps ideal for college students that want to take detailed notes on a full-sized tablet, Digital Paper by Sony is an expensive e-ink screen that will be targeted at the professional sector in the United States.
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Google now requires ‘Powered by Android’ branding on new phones

Likely attempting to raise consumer awareness for the Android brand, Google is now requiring all smartphone manufacturers to include Android branding positioned on the phone's boot-up screen.
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Thanks to a hack, Pinterest was flooded with butt pics today

If you’re curious if that’s an every day thing, the answer is, it’s not. Multiple Pinterest accounts were hacked, replacing people’s collections of wedding gown and cupcake photos with butt pics and weight loss ads.
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Beware: Scam Google apps appearing in Windows Phone Store

Before you pick up your phone and click to download these Google apps, know that these are fake and that your money is better spent on another iteration of Angry Birds.
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More fuel on the fire: Leaked schematics point to a supersized iPhone 6

Courtesy of a French blog, a new leak from China reveals the possible dimensions of Apple's upcoming successor to the iPhone 5S. Unsurprisingly, the iPhone 6 looks to be larger than its predecessors.