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Distro's CES 2013 Daily Issue 73.1 is hot off the digital press

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Today may be the official first day of the rest of our lives CES, but we've already seen plenty of touchscreen laptops and UHD TVs. We've run ourselves ragged, covering every last bit of news worth your time, but we understand not everyone has the wherewithal to read every...
Distro's CES 2013 Daily Issue 73.1 is hot off the digital press

Distro Issue 61: Acer aims high with its Iconia W510 Windows 8 hybrid

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With the release of Windows 8 just around the corner, the arrivals of tablets and hybrids that are decked out with the aforementioned OS are also imminent. Sure, we've already seen a number of these, but up until now, we've yet to spend any quality time with the announced...
Distro Issue 61: Acer aims high with its Iconia W510 Windows 8 hybrid
ASUS Transformer Prime bootloader unlocking tool now available

Distro Issue 70 arrives with a look at wearable computing and the history behind Google Glass

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The first wearable "augmentations" span from the 11th and 12th centuries all the way up to Google's side project that has built a ton of momentum this year. In the cover story of this week's issue of our e-magazine, we take a look at Google Glass and the timeline...
Distro Issue 70 arrives with a look at wearable computing and the history behind Google Glass

Hack enables fast refresh mode on Nook Simple Touch (video)

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As anyone who's used an e-reader knows, page refreshes aren't the most elegant feature of E Ink. Well, if you've got a Nook Simple Touch a hack released by XDA Developers member marspeople could put an end to your page-changing woes. You'll need to root your device and install...
Hack enables fast refresh mode on Nook Simple Touch (video)

Distro Issue 68: PC game designers and the quest for compatibility

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Well friends, the week's end brings with it an issue of our tablet mag that's hot off the digital presses. PC gaming nabs the cover story this time out as we take a look at the task of insuring compatibility across a set of devices that adds customized models...
Distro Issue 68: PC game designers and the quest for compatibility

Distro Issue 58: Is the iPhone 5 innovative or incremental?

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It may be the most anticipated phone of the year, and now it's here. In this week's issue of Distro, we'll bring you our full impressions of Apple's iPhone 5. While it may be the center of attention at the moment, however, it's certainly not the only device that...
Distro Issue 58: Is the iPhone 5 innovative or incremental?

Hands-on with Flipboard for Android, and here’s how you can download it now

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The Next Web has covered Flipboard on a number of occasions since it first arrived on the iPad way back in 2010. And it has gone from strength to strength since then, eventually landing on the iPhone last December. So where else could it go to continue to grow? Well,...
Hands-on with Flipboard for Android, and here’s how you can download it now
Google Crashes Facebook Home's Easy Updating Party, Now Requires All Play Apps To Be Updated Through The Play Store

Android this week: HTC One arrives; TweetDeck gone soon; Galaxy Note 8.0 impresses

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The big HTC One launch date came and went this week, with two carriers selling the phone in stores on Friday. The Android handset is HTC’s flagship phone that has much riding on its success: HTC is hoping this hero can turn the tide of falling sales and revenue over...
Android this week: HTC One arrives; TweetDeck gone soon; Galaxy Note 8.0 impresses

Distro Issue 76: Will a duo of phones and a new OS bring BlackBerry back to life?

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After delays and a software preview, RIM BlackBerry finally pulled the wraps off of it's new hardware and operating system that we'd been looking for the end of January to bring. In this week's edition of our e-publication, we take a look at all of the wares that the...
Distro Issue 76: Will a duo of phones and a new OS bring BlackBerry back to life?
Flipboard for Android leaks out for all to download

Distro Issue 41: a visit to the Lowcountry's Twelve South, TiVo Premiere XL4 and HTC EVO 4G LTE

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It's the most wonderful time of the week once again, pals. Like most seven-day periods, this one comes to a close with the latest issue of our e-magazine for your gadget reading pleasure. Front and center this time around, our own Darren Murph pays a visit to the South...
Distro Issue 41: a visit to the Lowcountry's Twelve South, TiVo Premiere XL4 and HTC EVO 4G LTE
Samsung's S Voice available for Android 4.0 devices through leaked Galaxy S III ROM

Talk Android decompiles ICS FaceLock.apk – Majel are you in there?

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So if you haven’t realized from my posts by now, I like to experiment with Android from time to time and today was one of those more special days. While poking around FaceLock.apk, which I decompiled with apktool, I opened this. The screenshot above portrays a file “arrays.xml,” which...
Talk Android decompiles ICS FaceLock.apk – Majel are you in there?

Distro Issue 44 is here and it's time to get fit!

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Here in the states, it's just about time to start hitting the beach, and despite what you might have heard, not all of us here at Engadget are perpetually bikini-ready. In this week's issue of Distro, we'll follow our own Daniel Cooper on an eight-week quest to slim down...
Distro Issue 44 is here and it's time to get fit!
Stolen Android apps reportedly being sold in BlackBerry App World

Hulu Plus hack makes Android app Samsung Epic Touch 4G-compatible

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Hacker “ReActiveDisorder” posted, well, a hack on the XDADevelopers forum recently that allows the Hulu Plus app to work with the Samsung Epic Touch 4G without a root. “I have a Hulu membership and was angry cause our device wasnt “Compatible”. Talk about a total rip off. So I...
Hulu Plus hack makes Android app Samsung Epic Touch 4G-compatible

Test Dropbox’s New Android App And Snag Some Extra Storage Space

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Dropbox has no shortage of fans or users these days — their stellar wins at the Crunchies are proof of that — and now the cloud storage service is leaning on them to test an experimental new build of the Dropbox Android app. While the thrill of being on the...
Test Dropbox’s New Android App And Snag Some Extra Storage Space

Distro Issue 26: Smartwatch face-off, Ryan Block and more

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Are you ready for a showdown? You're in luck! In the latest edition of our fine weekly, Myriam Joire tackles wrist-top computing, comparing the inPulse and WIMM One smartwatches. Also in this issue, Zachary Lutz takes the BlackBerry Curve 9360 for a spin; Dana Wollman puts HP's latest Envy...
Distro Issue 26: Smartwatch face-off, Ryan Block and more

AT&T Galaxy Nexus Gets Semi-Official Google Wallet Support

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The tale of Google Wallet’s life thus far is a bit of a weird one, but here’s the gist: Google launched it back in September, initially as an exclusive feature on Sprint’s Nexus S. We reviewed it here. Then came Google/Samsung’s new flagship Android phone, the Galaxy Nexus — and,...
AT&T Galaxy Nexus Gets Semi-Official Google Wallet Support

Distro Issue 43 has arrived with Thomas Dolby: TED talks, cell phone deals and the Floating City

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What's that? You've already worked your requisite 40 hours this week and you're ready to throw in the towel? Well, we've got something far more enjoyable for your Friday afternoon relaxation. Hot off of the e-presses, this week's issue of Distro is packed with a week's worth of leisurely...
Distro Issue 43 has arrived with Thomas Dolby: TED talks, cell phone deals and the Floating City

Android Gmail will get enhanced gesture functions, leaked video reveals

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Among the new features in the next version of Gmail for Android will be pinch-to-zoom and deletion by swiping items away, according to a report Friday. The report by Lon Amadeo at the Android Police website includes a video of the yet-to-be-released Gmail app captured on Amadeo's Samsung Galaxy...
Android Gmail will get enhanced gesture functions, leaked video reveals
Google Play gets TV, movie, and magazine purchases for Nexus 7

Distro Issue 81: Exploring NASCAR's technological dichotomy

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Despite adopting new hardware like the Gen-6 car, NASCAR has been reluctant to embrace the high tech when it comes to other facets of the sport. In the latest issue of our tablet mag, we visit Daytona to take a look at the split between history and progress that...
Distro Issue 81: Exploring NASCAR's technological dichotomy

Flipboard beta coming to all Android devices soon, hopes to handle resolution variety with poise

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Eagle-eyed readers might remember that Flipboard's long-awaited port to Android started with a fair amount of confusion; it showed up (seemingly at random) on Samsung's Galaxy S III, but soon after, we learned that it would only be available for that very phone over on the Android side of...
Flipboard beta coming to all Android devices soon, hopes to handle resolution variety with poise
Numerous websites found to contain malware specifically targeting Android devices

Distro Issue 72: The CES 2013 preview

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After a week off to take advantage of the holidays, the Distro crew is back in action. In the latest issue of our tablet mag, we run down all of the major categories with a preview of what our editors expect to see -- or not see -- when...
Distro Issue 72: The CES 2013 preview

Future versions of CyanogenMod won't enable root by default

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Many technically-inclined Android users "root" their devices, a process that allows them to circumvent some of the operating system's built-in restrictions by running at an elevated superuser privilege level. Although rooting opens up sophisticated capabilities that wouldn't otherwise be available, it also exposes the user to some risks. It...
Future versions of CyanogenMod won't enable root by default

Distro Issue 88: TechShop makes its mark on American manufacturing

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There's a hackerspace in San Francisco that is equipping hardware startups with the tools they need to get up and running for a mere $125 per month. A brand new issue of our weekly visits TechShop to take a gander at the industrial revolution that includes the likes of...
Distro Issue 88: TechShop makes its mark on American manufacturing
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