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[Ho Ho Ho] This Year's Google Santa Tracker App Flies Into The Play Store Bearing Mini-Games And Chromecast Support

Santa Claus is one of the few people on this planet that can be tracked without stirring any moral outrage from anyone, and few are as equipped for the job as Google - after all, the company's been doing this for a while now. This year's version of Google's Santa Tracker has made its way into the Play Store, and you would be wise to grab it before the night of December 24th if you want to know when jolly old St.

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[New Game] Activision Brings Cabela's Big Game Hunter To Android, Lets You Get Your Hunt On In Or Out Of Season

Cabela's Big Game Hunter series has made the jump to Android, and while it may not come with a giant white and orange plastic rifle, it will still let you shoot down forest critters until your heart's content. For the uninitiated, Big Game Hunter is a casual hunting simulator. You won't be fending off hordes of blood-thirsty monsters here, though some of the animals you come across won't take kindly to your creeping around in their neck of the woods.

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Wednesday App And Game Sales: Neon Shadow, MoreQuicklyPanel, Aralon: Sword And Shadow, And More

We found some apps that you can have on the cheap. It doesn't matter where they came from... anyone asks, say they fell off a truck. Wanna see? Okay, but you're not a cop, are you? You know you have to tell us if you are.

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LG G Flex Review: An Engineering Concept You Can Actually Buy, Not That You Necessarily Should

LG G Flex is just like a lot of modern, high-end smartphones. It has a fast processor, lots of RAM, a big battery, and a large display. Using it isn't particularly different from any other Android smartphone. And yet, hand the G Flex to almost anyone, and they will immediately notice there is something very different about it, and I'm not talking about the buttons on the back.

The G Flex is one of two phones currently on the market to use a flexible OLED panel, the other being Samsung's Galaxy Round.

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[Developer Changelog] Android 4.4.2 (KOT49H), Hides App Ops And Fixes "Flash" SMS Attack

Just hours ago the source code for Android 4.4.2 went live on AOSP, and now we already have our changelog from Al Sutton. With only four meaningful changes, this is probably the smallest changelog we've ever seen. That's not to say it isn't significant, as it further hides away App Ops and also shores up two fairly serious vulnerabilities.

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The security fixes aren't much of a surprise. There is a patch to block the Class-0 "Flash" SMS attack we covered a couple of weeks ago.

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Verizon Galaxy S4 Gets JSS15J.I545VRUEMK2 Update That Improves Data Roaming And A Few Other Things

A month after bumping the Galaxy S4 up to Android 4.3, Verizon is rolling out a minor OTA for the flagship that addresses a few rough spots around the edges. Following the update, owners should experience better data roaming in Canada and Mexico along with a better connection when using enterprise proxy servers.

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Quick Look: Phiaton Chord MS 530 And Fusion MS 430 Headphones

This holiday season, I have little doubt that over-the-ear headphones will be a big seller. Among those sold, it's hard to deny that the bulk will likely be Beats by Dre, because that's what all the cool kids are wearing. If you're more concerned with what sounds good and is practical over what's "popular," however, Phiaton is a brand to keep an eye on. I've been using the company's two newest offerings, the Bluetooth Chord MS 530 and the compact Fusion MS 430 for the last several weeks, and definitely recommend both for those looking for such a product.

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Android 4.4.2 Is Now Available In The AOSP Repositories

Android 4.4.1 source files haven't even rested in the repositories of the Android Open Source Project long enough to get cold, and they're already getting served up by a fresher helping of code. Google has made the Android 4.4.2 files available in AOSP under the release tag android-4.4.2_r1. The platform/build repo confirms that this is KOT49H.

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This release came hot on the heels of the 4.4.1 release, so don't expect much in the way of changes.

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How To Activate An LTE Nexus 7 On Verizon Wireless

When Google announced the next-generation Nexus 7 back in July, the Android enthusiast community rejoiced at the fact that the LTE model, while working on AT&T and T-Mobile as expected, also worked on Verizon Wireless. This was an enormous step forward in the mobile universe because Verizon has the largest network in the United States and, at the time of release, had more LTE coverage than AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint combined.

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Rdio Availability Opens Up To 20 New Countries, Including Israel, South Africa, And Much Of South America

Spotify made news earlier today by lowering its barrier to entry, allowing users to stream music to their phone or tablets for free. Yet it isn't the only music-streaming service in town, and competitor Rdio has expanded access to 20 additional countries. This brings the total number of supported territories up to 51, which this handy map illustrates.

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