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‘Google Android Info’ app is a neat reference for all things Android

If you’ve ever read an Android article and thought “what is Dalvik?”, you’re probable not alone. In being open source, there are a lot of things the casual user comes across that might seem foreign. At the end of the day, your experience with your device and operating system are what matters, but if you want a resource for knowing more, we found it. In fact, we found an Android app that tells you all about Android.

HP Chromebook 11 availability returns with Amazon

With the charger issue being taken care of, it seems the HP Chromebook 11 is returning to an available status. Things are not at a point where the Chromebook can be considered widely available, however Amazon does have an active product listing. The retailer has the Chromebook 11 available in white with blue trim and perhaps key here, shown as a Prime eligible item and being in-stock and ready to ship.

OPPO Find 7 display confirmed at 5.5-inches

OPPO hasn't said much about when we can expect the Find 7 to get a full unveil and release, however they have recently begun teasing the handset. This teasing comes as part of the #AlwaysImprove campaign which appears to be slowly revealing the specifics for the handset. Things began with learning what the display wasn't and now we know what it is -- in terms of size, resolution and PPI.

OPPO N1 CyanogenMod Edition now available

As we had been expecting, the OPPO N1 CyanogenMod Edition smartphone has arrived. The handset is available from the OPPO Style store and is selling for $599. This one has 16GB of internal storage space, ships with a few CyanogenMod perks and of course, maintains the unique features found on the regular model OPPO N1.

T-Mobile’s GoSmart customers to get Facebook access, even without a data plan

If your Facebook addiction knows no bounds, it might be time to jump on T-Mobile’s bandwagon. The coolest carrier on the planet has announced they will allow Facebook to be accessed offline for those who are on one of their GoSmart Mobile plans. GoSmart, which is essentially T-Mobile’s lower-end prepaid offering, was announced earlier this year. With plans starting at $30/month, it’s aimed at the emerging mid-tier smartphone market.

Samsung’s new Galaxy Gear ad is creepy and scary

It seems that Samsung couldn’t remember the greatest commercial in the world, so they made a tribute to it. Their latest ad for the Galaxy Gear shows two young men on a ski lift, attempting to woo a nice young lady (Amy) riding with them. One has a Galaxy Gear, while the other is in a member of the 99% club of those who wisely skipped on Samsung’s first-run wearable.

T-Mobile Uncarrier 4.0 expected to tackle ETF fees

T-Mobile CEO John Legere began teasing Uncarrier 4.0 last week. He hasn't gone into specifics, but did take to Twitter to once again poke at AT&T. Legere touched on how the next phase will be about eliminating "another customer pain point." That leaves quite a bit of room for interpretation, however it looks like some details may have recently been leaked.

Verizon to publish report on Government requests for data early next year

Suddenly, everyone’s a hero. In the wake of the public uproar over the NSA’s intelligence gathering, and Edward Snowden’s own data gathering efforts, many tech companies erupted in a backlash. Between petitions circulating for change and admissions that they had turned info over to the US government or other law enforcement agencies, many tech companies were caught up in a PR nightmare. In the ongoing quest for greater transparency, one carrier — Verizon — has announced they’ll be publishing requests regarding government inquiries, and updating that list twice a year.
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