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Google Reader alternatives for Android users

We still have a few months before Google Reader officially shuts down, however with the date set -- now may be a good time to start looking. Sure, that petition is still kicking, however we are not counting on that. It would be nice to see, but our minds have already begun looking elsewhere and we have a few options to share. In total we have five to present. The first two will be the closest to Google Reader, the second two are a bit different and the last is well, just different. We should also point out that our criteria was that we could access our feeds on our Android devices.

Wikipedia aims to deliver articles via text message soon

Some interesting news and reports have surfaced this week regarding the hugely popular Wikipedia megasite. With all the information you'd ever need in over 25 million articles the company is looking for ways to deliver their content to more people. Mainly users in developing markets that might not have high-speed internet, WiFi, and 4G LTE to quickly access the content. Their plan is to deliver it through text messages later this year.

Flipboard update brings save images feature and retweet fixes

Today the extremely popular news and magazine app Flipboard has just received a nice new update full of features and bug fixes. Initially launching on the Galaxy S III as an exclusive app, Flipboard has become an extremely popular news app for Android thanks to the simple and beautiful user interface. They added tablet support in December, and now we have a few new neat features worth pointing out.

Android Community app revealed: hands-on with 1.0!

This week we've got a real special treat for all you out there in love with Google's mobile OS: the first official Android Community app! This app is made to connect you to the the vast archive as well as newest in new in Android Community action, top to bottom. This app is absolutely free and is able to work on most any Android device, big or small - let's have a hands-on look right this minute!

CES 2013 was home to more than 150k attendees

While there wasn't quite as much Android presence as we'd have liked, CES 2013 was still wildly successful and tons of fun. In case you didn't know, it was the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas and as usual had a huge turn out with thousands of visitors. This year the CEA explained it was again one of the biggest in history and enjoyed over 150,000 attendees.
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