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Mix Creates Your Own Custom Filters for Photos

Android: The right filter can make your photos look better than they are, and get a lot of reactions too. But if you aren't happy with the filters Instagram gives by default, you can create your own with a new, free app called Mix. Read more...

Sky’s NOW TV app for Android and iOS lets you watch on the big screen via Chromecast

Sky’s mobile apps for its NOW TV streaming service have been updated today to add key new functionality – Google Chromecast support. Quietly added into the existing apps without fanfare, the feature finally allows users to cast TV shows,...Show More Summary

On Sept. 15, Google Will Make A Massive Bet Against Apple's iPhone 6 Strategy (GOOG, AAPL)

Yesterday, Google started sending out press invites to the launch event in India for Android One, its new super-cheap smartphone. Google is hoping to deliver a solid smartphone experience for less than $100. Google's strategy is to work...Show More Summary

Note-taking App’s Secret to Success: Keep It Simple

A few days ago, Sundar Pichai, the head of Google Inc.’s Android mobile operating system came to Seoul to say that his company will open a startup center in Seoul to give entrepreneurs here more exposure.

Random Time! - Bayonetta will pole dance with new AR app

- uses the Junaio augmented reality app for iOS or Android - download the app and search for "bayonetta2" to get dancing Bayonetta - if you put her near a pole shaped object she’ll do a pole dance - 20 fans that post images to the Bayonetta 2 contest page will win QUO cards worth 1,000 yen link

App Deals: Discounted iOS iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows Phone Apps

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Remember Android One?

6 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Remember Android One? It's Google's program to get manufacturers to develop high-quality, low-cost (less than $100) smartphones running stock versions of Android for developing countries. These devices, which will be regularly updated just like the Nexus line, now look like they're round the corner. Read more...

Google sends event invites out to Indian press, must be Android One

Google’s plans for “High quality, affordable” handsets will be unveiled on 9/15.

Android Continues To Gain Market Share Over Apple's iOS In Australia

Kantar Worldpanel ComTech, one of the most authoritative data providers on global smartphone market share, has released its latest survey findings for the three months to July, and Android continues to gain ground in Australia. More »      

Beamdog Announces 'Icewind Dale: Enhanced Edition' Coming to Desktop and Mobile Soon

Backflip's new game isn't the only Dungeons & Dragons-related news coming out over the weekend, as Beamdog has announced they're working on an enhanced remake of Icewind Dale for Mac, PC, iOS and Android. Icewind Dale was originally released on PC back in 2000, and takes place in the Dungeons & Dragons Forgotten Realms campaign

App Deals: Discounted iOS iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows Phone Apps

Today’s best deals include Adventures of a Wizard on Android, 868-HACK on iOS and Battery Doctor on Windows Phone. Deals end without warning, so be quick! More »      

Ahead of new rumored Nexus tablet announcement, custom HTC charging keyboard case leaks

Ahead of a rumored and hyped new Nexus announcement this fall, leaks are beginning to emerge for custom, official accessories for the Android slate as a result of a collaboration between HTC and Google. We are now seeing a custom charging keyboard folio case with flip cover, which looks similar in concept to Microsoft's Type keyboard for the Surface line of Windows tablets.

Upcoming Android smartphone will be just 5.15 mm thick

The quest to make smartphones as thin as possible will take a new leap later this month when the Ginoee Elife S5.1 is released in China. A "coming soon" listing on a retail website shows that the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean device will be just 5.15 mm thick.

Google set to reveal Android One budget phone hardware in India on September 15th

16 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

Not everyone is interested in paying for premium handsets, and Google knows that in many parts of the world, shelling out five or six hundred dollars for a One, G3 or Galaxy S5 simply isn't an option. The Android One initiative is how Google plans to...

Awesome Android keyboard coming to iOS 8 to make your iPhone 6 seem even bigger

One of the most interesting features of iOS 8 – at least to some potential iPhone buyers – is support for third-party keyboards, which Apple is ready to introduce for the first time ever. Once iOS 8 is officially released following the iPhone...Show More Summary

MOTA SmartRing promises to offer Android app alerts on your finger

The smartwatch or smartband is apparently old hat to a company called MOTA, which announced today an upcoming product called the MOTA SmartRing, which it says will provide mobile app notifications on a device that can fit on a finge...

Hi ho, hi ho, it's off to Berlin we go

And we can't forget the cheddarwurst As I sit writing this weeks column I'm actually on a train bound for London. More specifically, I'm bound for Berlin, Germany, where the Android Central team – of Alex Dobie, Derek Kessler and myself – are headed for the big event of the fall, IFA 2014. Show More Summary

Archos 101 Oxygen tablet offers yet another Android option

When it comes to tablets, French company Archos is certainly not a newbie in this department, although one is unable to rank them in the same vein as that of South Korean conglomerate Samsung. Still, some of Archos’ tablets in the past...Show More Summary

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