Google’s Official Android Phone Drops in Price AGAIN!

Google, you’re killing me with the love!  Your direct, unlocked, pure Android phone with no bloatware or contract just dropped in price again. This time to $349 which is unheard of for a non-contract unlocked phone of this calibre (compare Galaxy SIII at $600).

Galaxy Nexus is the first phone with Android 4.1, Jelly Bean. With Jelly Bean, the world’s most popular mobile platform gets even better. More intuitive, easier to customize, and faster than ever, Jelly Bean makes your device simple, beautiful and beyond smart. With Nexus, you get the latest updates packed with fresh features directly from Google.…
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Android Audubon Apps On Sale for Earth Day

I bought their Trees apps a few weeks ago on sale and really enjoyed it.  While there is room for improvement, I really like the idea of digitizing the Audubon books (which I’ve always enjoyed immensely).  Their original price point of $9.99 always struck me as a bit steep, but at 50% this will probably push me over the edge on picking up more of them.

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Microsoft Brings OneNote to Mobile

Has Microsoft waited too long and let apps like Evernote, Remember the Milk and SpringPad get too firmly entrenched. Some say yes, but it’s hard to forget just how deep the OneNote roots run in the corporate world. If MS can keep the bugs to a minimum and not put up any unnecessary roadblocks between the mobile and desktop world, they just might reclaim the mobile note-taking world.

OneNote Mobile

On your PC, phone, or the web, OneNote goes everywhere
Microsoft OneNote Mobile for Android is a note-taking app for capturing all of your ideas and to-dos on the go, brought to …
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Asus, Yeah We Have A Tablet For That

Asus is just exploding all over the tablet scene. By my count this morning, they have four “regular” tablet devices, the Transformer Series (basically tiers from entry level to OMG). Then they have the Padfone series which are devices which allow you dock a phone INSIDE a tablet housing giving it access to the larger screen, storage, ports and a huge battery. Then finally they have some smaller form factor MeMo tablets (not my cup of tea, but some folks adore them.


The tablet station has a 10.1″ screen, a gratuitous 24.4Whr battery, and Micro USB and Micro HDMI connections. …
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Building Up Steam for Android

Mystech:  So many “out of steam” jokes  possible here, but serious, am I to understand you can’t actually buy or play the games. Am I missing a big something or is this a big WTF?

If you’re a PC gamer, then there’s a very good chance that you’ve used Steam. For those not familiar, Steam is a platform that was designed by Valve to make buying, downloading and playing games as easy as possible. With great sales and plenty of features, there are few reasons not to use it. One of my only complaints is that Valve has yet …
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