Dropbox by default comes with 2GB of free space that can be increased either by using its referral system or by purchasing more space directly. However, from time to time some new hacks keep popping up on the Internet via which users can increase their total storage space on Dropbox for free. Couple of weeks ago, [...]

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The Xperia S from Sony is the first dual-core phone from the company. The handset packs in a stellar 4.3-inch screen with 720p resolution, a brilliant 12MP camera, and a stale version of Android…Gingerbread. Sony has promised that it will update the Xperia S to Ice Cream Sandwich sometime in Q2 of this year, after [...]

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Last night, in a surprising move, Google rebranded the Android Market to Google Play Market. The ‘Play’ brand from Google does not only include the Android Market, but all other digital media services from Google including Google Music, Movies and Google Books. With Google Play, the search engine giant is trying to consolidate all its [...]

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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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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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One of the key new features in Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is the new People app and Phone app. Unlike the previous Contacts app, which was nothing but an utter piece of crap, Google totally redesigned the Contacts app and renamed it to the People app. The People app now aggregates all the status [...]

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Swiftkey is one of the best third party keyboard available for Android handsets. The keyboard learns your typing style by reading all your tweets, SMS, Facebook status updates and emails, thus making its predictions super accurate. No wonder the keyboard is always among the Top 10 Paid apps in the Android Market. The app is [...]

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Quite a few Android users out there have trouble with the poor GPS performance on their phone. In fact, one of the most popular Android phones of 2010, the Galaxy S and its U.S variants, had a terrible GPS performance. While on some phones, the GPS used to work with very poor accuracy, on some [...]

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One major shortcoming of Android OS till Android 2.3 Gingerbread was the inability to take screenshots, natively. However, small this feature may seem to some people, it is without a doubt a handy and much needed feature. Thankfully, Google listened to Android users out there, and has added native screenshot taking capability in Android 4.0 [...]

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