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Straight Talk Welcomes GSM Tablets Onto Its Network With New BYOD Program

Straight Talk makes the cost of smartphone ownership slightly more bearable than the usual US providers, offering unlimited talk and data (albeit throttled after 3GB) for $45. Now the company is doing its part to bring the rates down, so to speak, for tablets as well. The carrier recently introduced tablet plans, and now customers can bring just about any GSM tablet over to take advantage of them rather than purchase one from the carrier.

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AT&T Will Have The 2013 Moto G LTE In Stores And Online Beginning October 10th

There's a new Moto G, but it's only 3G at the moment. 3G just won't cut it for AT&T, so the carrier will soon be selling the old Moto G with LTE. It's still a very capable phone, though, and the pricing isn't bad at $179.99 sans contract. That's a little cheaper than the Amazon price.

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Leaked Shot Of The HTC Nexus 9 Shows A 4:3 Tablet That Looks Very Similar To Its Predecessor

HTC is expected to take another crack at this whole Nexus thing within a matter of weeks, and a leaked image of the company's tablet has hit the web courtesy of @upleaks. The image isn't particularly crisp, but if you look past the blurriness, you can see a 4:3 Android tablet that looks not unlike last year's installments in the Nexus line.

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Slingplayer For Tablets Update Adds Chromecast Support And A Roku Handoff

A couple of weeks back the Slingplayer app for phones was updated to include the long-overdue Chromecast streaming feature. And because Sling Media still seems loathe to make a single app that works across both phones and tablets (hang on a second... yup, it's still 2014), the tablet app is getting that feature today. Slingbox owners with compatible hardware can download it now for the hefty additional price of $15.

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WordPress 3.2 Update Hits Android App With A Number Of Enhancements

The WordPress Android app isn't the most feature-rich means of editing a blog, but it's arguably the quickest. The latest version of the software brings about a number of improvements that round out the experience. The list of a site's posts now refreshes automatically, but there's still the option to refresh manually either through the menu or by pulling down on the screen. This update also brings in the ability to infinitely swipe through posts.

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AOL Releases AOL On And HuffPost Live For Android TV, But They're Incompatible With Everything So Far (Even The ADT-1)

Those few Android developers and other fanatics who got a pricey Golden Ticket to Google I/O are the first to experience Android TV, thanks to the ADT-1 developer set-top boxes that were distributed at the show. They get to try out all the cool new Android TV apps months before everyone else. Except today - today, AOL allows those users to feel solidarity with everyone else, because there are new apps that they can't play with.

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Google Play Music App Breaks The 500 Million Download Barrier

Lots and lots of people use Google Play Music. How many? 500 million, give or take a few. Google's music player shot past that mark just recently to join the likes of Google Chrome, Hangouts, and Google+ in the 500+ million club.

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Also: Hey Google, where's your developer address?

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Custom Watch Face Maker 'Face For Wear' Finally Exits Beta To Pretty Up Your Watch

If you keep tabs on Android Wear, you've probably heard of Facer. It's the leading app for making and sharing custom watch faces for Android Wear. The lack of an official API has not deterred developers, and Facer isn't the only app offering new watch faces. Face for Wear has been in beta for a while now, but it's finally ready for everyone to check out.

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Monday App And Game Sales: AntiSquad Tactics, Push to Kindle, Modern Combat 5: Blackout, And More

It's about to be a very expensive time of year for the Android faithful. There are Nexus things on the horizon, and let's not forget all the holiday season deals. I mean, who can pass up a gross of microUSB chargers for only $50? In order to save you cash at this crucial time, we've got some sales on apps and games. You don't need to go without while saving money.

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Adobe Releases Creative Cloud Preview For Android To View And Manage Cloud-Based Files (Including PSD And AI)

Adobe's latest Android creation is Creative Cloud (preview), a file management tool connected - as the name suggests - to Adobe's Creative Cloud.

For those unaware, Creative Cloud wraps up Adobe's effort to transition to a subscription-based service model, providing updates to the Creative Cloud suite of software (which replaced Creative Suite), and online services to aid in collaboration and file/asset management. A free CC membership includes trial access to Adobe's creative tools and 2GB of cloud storage.

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