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Saket is a 19 year old tech enthusiast who currently lives in Ranchi, Jharkhand. He loves playing with gadgets, especially Android and owns a tech blog, TechSplurge. He can be found messing around on Facebook or stalking people on Twitter @techsplurge.

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Rovio, the team behind Angry Birds, has come up with another interesting game — Amazing Alex for both the major mobile platforms, Android and iOS. It is a physics based puzzle game that features several fun filled challenges.

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Rumors have it that a Amazon smartphone is going to be unveiled soon. But will it be able to repeat Kindle Fire’s success? My answer is no, and here’s why.

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Google Now only supports Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, which is present in less than 0.1% of Android devices, and users having a device with previous Android builds are out of luck. Fortunately, one XDA user has successfully got it working on Android 4.0 based ROMs.

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The popular desktop media player, VLC has finally been released for Android by the VideoLAN team after several months of waiting. It is only available for select devices & countries right now and so we’ve uploaded its APK for you as well.

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Let’s see how well does Google Nexus 7 stack up against the new iPad, the current undisputed king of the tablet world and Microsoft’s own Surface, which was released just two weeks back.

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There is a new feature in Jelly Bean that will let users to turn off notifications from specific apps. Time to say good-bye to Airpush ads!

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Frisbee Rush is a new gesture based mobile-desktop that offers real Nintendo Wii-esque motion controller gaming experience with a smartphone. It is available for both the major mobile platforms — iPhone and Android.

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Looks like someone accidentally pushed the wrong button at the Google headquarters by listing Samsung Galaxy Nexus HSPA+ as “soon the first phone with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean” on the Play Store. This puts an end to all those rumors circling around Jelly Bean and confirms that 4.1 Jelly Bean will indeed be the next Android version.

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It’s time to throw away your data cables and microSD Adapters. Filepush is a new Android app that can transfer files from your desktop to your Android phone with just a click. Right-click a file and send it to your phone – it’s that simple.

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Google has quietly launched a new promotional Play Store offer for Android gamers, where it is offering exclusive in-game merchandise in select Android games for a limited period of time.

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Aviary, a well-known web based image editor service that is often popularly called as the ‘online Photoshop’ has just released a standalone photo editing application for Android and iPhone that features some powerful photo editing capabilities.

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The Samsung Galaxy S III is perhaps the most exciting smartphone launch the industry has ever seen. I’ve been using this phone since only two days, but I’m already in love with it. No matter what other people say, the Galaxy S III is undoubtedly the best phone I’ve ever handled.

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There is no dearth of good games available for Android, but when it comes to the real-time strategy genre, the quantity of worthy games is quite small. While browsing for such games recently, I found a gem – Equilibrium, a game so addictive that it got me hooked at once and I played it till 3 in the morning!

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Instapaper, after being an iOS exclusive app for about two years, has finally released its official application for Android. For those who’re unaware, Instapaper is a web service that elegantly saves your web-pages for offline reading – in a very clean layout.

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