Dropbox is without a doubt the most popular online file storage and desktop syncing solution. By default, users get 2GB of free space when they sign up for a Dropbox account. Considering the popularity and usefulness of Dropbox, I am pretty sure everyone here would wants to increase their storage space for free, if possible. [...]

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VLC is unarguably the most popular video player out there for all platforms out there. The app is not only available for Windows, Mac and Linux, it is also available for iOS. Since VLC is open source, and Android is also open source, it was just a matter of time before VLC for Android was [...]

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A couple of days ago, Sony released a beta Ice Cream Sandwich ROM for the Xperia Arc S, Ray and the Neo V. While the ROM is good enough for daily use, it does have some deal-breaking features missing like no Google Apps, and no Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. However, it was just a matter of [...]

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Yesterday, Asus started rolling out the much-awaited Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich update for the original Transformer (TF101) tablet. The update does not bring many new features, except for Face Unlock, but does bring a huge performance boost. The UI has also been updated a bit, and includes a new shiny notification bar. Since the [...]

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It looks like most Android smartphone manufacturers have started taking the un-official route to release an early alpha/beta Ice Cream Sandwich update for their handsets. Until now, the Samsung Galaxy S II, Galaxy Note, HTC Sensation, and a few Xperia branded handsets from Sony have tasted Ice Cream Sandwich thanks to either a firmware leak [...]

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­­­There are quite a lot of free quality applications available in the Android Market. The Go Developer team is among them. Not only do they offer some excellent apps, they do so for free! In fact, their apps like Go Launcher Ex, Go SMS and now GoLocker are all among the Top Free apps section [...]

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While Flash for Android is pretty much dead, there are quite a few sites out there which still rely heavily on Flash. Ice Cream Sandwich is the last version of Android that will be officially supported by Adobe. Anyways, Flash for Android is pretty heavy on resources and barely works on phones with a 1GHz [...]

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Samsung Galaxy S was undoubtedly the most popular Android handset of 2010. In fact, the handset was so popular that Samsung released many variants of the handset with nearly the same hardware under different names. The Sprint’s Epic 4G was one such handset, and the only handset in the Galaxy S series to sport a [...]

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The Galaxy S II was among the first Android handsets to taste Ice Cream Sandwich, thanks to a firmware leak from Samsung. After the first ICS firmware leaked back in late-December, a couple of more ICS firmware leaked in the January. The last leak – XXLPB – was pretty good, but had a few issues, [...]

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Quite a few Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich based firmware have leaked online for the Samsung Galaxy S II. Now, the first Ice Cream Sandwich based firmware for the S II’s bigger brother, the Note has made its appearance on a Chinese forum. The leaked firmware was originally meant for the Chinese variant of the [...]

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