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Liam Spradlin

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Liam loves Android, design, user experience, and travel. He doesn't love ill-proportioned letter forms, advertisements made entirely of stock photography, and writing biographical snippets.
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Google I/O Day One Roundup – Jelly Bean, Google Glass, Two New Nexus Devices, And So Much More

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SDK Tools Revision 20 And ADT20 Now Available – Developers, Start Your Engines

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Jelly Bean Feature Closer Look: Android's Camera Receives A Few (Extremely Useful) Tweaks

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Jelly Bean Feature Closer Look: Project Butter Means Enhanced Animations, Transitions, And More Responsive Apps That "Anticipate" Your Touch

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Jelly Bean Feature Closer Look: Expandable, Interactive, All-Around Enhanced Notifications

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Viggle For Android Comes Out Of Beta And Lands In The Play Store – Earn Rewards From Your Couch By Checking In To Popular TV Shows

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Facebook Messenger Updated To Version 1.8 – Add Friends Of Friends To Messages, Switch Conversations With In-App Notifications, And More

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Official Wimbledon App Brings Live Tennis Commentary, Photos, And More To The Play Store

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[Update: Rollout Begins On June 22] Verizon's DROID RAZR/RAZR MAXX ICS 4.0.4 (Build 6.16.211) Update Docs Now Live

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Flipboard Finally Lands In The Play Store, Promises "You'll Be Amazed By What You See"

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Sprint Banner May Have Spilled The Beans On A White EVO 4G LTE

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TouchType Launches SwiftKey 3 Update (On Sale For $1.99), Introduces SwiftKey Healthcare Tailored For Medical Professionals

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Sprint's Galaxy SIII Launch Will Be Delayed Due To "Overwhelming Demand" – Web/Telesales Launching June 21st, Retail Channels "Next Week"

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T-Mobile Announces Galaxy SIII Pricing, Plans To Split Release Into Two Phases – "Top 29" Markets Expected To Launch June 21st, Others June 27th

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Crafty Apps Launches Tasker App Factory (Beta), Allowing Users To Export (And Distribute) Tasks As Standalone Apps

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