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Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 Photos Surface Courtesy Of SamMobile

SamMobile has gotten its hands on some pictures of the Galaxy Tab S 10.5,  which is yet another Samsung tablet for us to keep up with (please don't hurt me if I accidentally type Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro S 7.7 one day - I'm really trying here). What makes this one special is its screen, as it is expected to ship with a 2560×1600 AMOLED display. The device will reportedly come in two sizes, 8.4 and 10.5 inches.

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Android 4.4.3 Changelog Turns Up In AOSP With Every Modification Since KitKat 4.4

With most versions of Android, we're not used to seeing a changelog until a few hours after the AOSP code has been fully uploaded and somebody has had time to generate a comprehensive list. Imagine our surprise when such a list for KitKat 4.4.3 was discovered simply lying around on Google's servers. The file, named KK-MR2_changelist.txt, is located amidst Android's platform documentation. This is something of a first, since we'll actually learn about what's to come before the code is even available.

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[APK Teardown] Google Play Services 4.4 Explodes With Android Wear Support, Firmware Installer, And Much More

There should be no doubt, Google is getting ready to make a lot of announcements at I/O. If we've learned anything from past experiences, Google starts packing its apps full of surprises in the weeks leading up to the big show. The latest update to Play Services started rolling out yesterday and it has grown by a whopping 4 MB, almost 30% larger than the previous version. There's obviously a lot of stuff to look at, so let's just jump right in.

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[Bonus Round] 1849, Toy Defense 4: Sci-Fi, Mega Dead Pixel, And Meme Duel

Welcome to the latest entry in our Bonus Round series, wherein we tell you all about the new Android games of the day that we couldn't get to during our regular news rounds. Consider this a quick update for the dedicated gamers who can't wait for our bi-weekly roundups, and don't want to wade through a whole day's worth of news just to get their pixelated fix. Today we've got a frontier version of Sim City, another toy-flavored defense game from Chillingo, an 8-bit falling game, and a Breakout clone that spends too much time on the Internet.

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[App Roundup] Our Top Seven Picks For The Best New Apps Of April 2014

April was a big month for Android apps, especially if you like yours to come directly from Google. We've also got admirable entries from big web names like Dropbox and IFTTT, as well as surprising applications from smaller developers. This is the cream of the crop of Android apps for last month, plus a few honorable mentions, in no particular order.

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Google Camera

Good grief, Google, you guys took your sweet time with this one.

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Thursday App And Game Sales: Machinarium, More Quickly Panel, Strategy & Tactics: WW II, And More

Time to clear some storage on your Android device of choice and download some fresh new apps and games. Don't be stingy – they're on sale, and can you really afford to miss a good deal? Of course not.

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Instapaper Updated To Version 3.0 With Text Highlighting, New Logo, Enhanced Design, And More

Instapaper is a popular service for saving web pages to read later, one that competes with the likes of Pocket and Readability. Today the app hit the big 3.0, so I'm going to take a moment to highlight what's new. The headlining feature is text highlighting, the ability to save a section of an article to read or share with others later. The app groups all of these snippets together in an accessible location.

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Tip: Long-Press On Profile Pics In A Hangouts Group Message Thread For A Quick @Name Reply

Group chats can get confusing, especially if you've got a bunch of big talkers in the thread. If you need to get someone's attention in Hangouts, there's a handy little trick for doing it. Just long-press on the user's avatar and you get an @name reply.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 Gains Official CyanogenMod Support, First Nightlies Now Ready For Download

Eight inches is a fine size for a tablet, but the options are still pretty slim. People in want of a stock Android experience in the form factor pretty much have to go with the LGGPGPE or hack together their own solution. Thankfully the latter is, depending on the device, as simple as gaining root and flashing a ROM. CyanogenMod has just rolled out its first nightlies for Samsung's Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4.

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Latest Video Shows Phonebloks Wants To Stick Modules In More Than Just Phones, Puts Out Call For More Partners

As we've said before, Phonebloks' concept of a modular phone built using swappable, easily upgradeable parts is as awesome as it is unlikely. Yet that doesn't mean we can't sit here, watch the company's videos, and dream. We have our eyes on Project Ara, Google's take on the idea, and we can't wait to see what comes of it. But apparently Phonebloks already sees this as small potatoes. The company doesn't want just a world of modular phones.

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