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Facebook Set To Introduce In-Line Ads To Mobile Users Next Month

Hot on the heels of filing for a $5 billion IPO, rumor has it that Facebook could introduce in-line ads into its mobile interface as early as next month. While few details are known at this time, it's said that these ads will show up directly in users' timelines as "featured stories."

There's no word if this will affect both the mobile web version of Facebook and mobile apps alike, but it looks like we won't have to wait very long before finding out.

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[Weekend Poll] If Android Ceased To Exist, What OS Would Your Next Device Be?

A few days ago, redditor fernandizzel posted a hypothetical poll: "If MS & Apple had their way and Android ceased to exist one year from today, what OS would you use?" The choices were fairly obvious: Blackberry, Windows Phone, iOS, or Other.

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[Updated: Now Live In The Market] Ability To Start A Google + Hangout From Your Mobile Device

Update: The update just went live in the Market. It not only brings the ability to start a hangout from your mobile, but a few other fixes and features as well:
  • New design of the photos album view
  • People suggestions when composing a Messenger conversation
  • New icons to show which photos have been uploaded to Google+ via Instant Upload
  • Ability to leave one-to-one Messenger conversations
  • Bug fixes

Hit the widget below to grab it!

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OnLive Comes To Android, Delivers High Quality Games To Your Device Any Time, Anywhere

OnLive, a popular on-demand gaming service, has just made its way to the Android Market, delivering "console quality games" to your Android device any time, anywhere.


Eliminating the need for huge downloads and long wait times, OnLive gives users access to high quality mobile games from just about anywhere they may find themselves, using either touch controls or an OnLive wireless controller (available here).

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All you need is an Android 2.3+ device and an internet/data connection.

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Google+ Update Brings High Res Photo Upload, Ability To +1 Comments, And More

Android's Google+ app got a big update today, bringing several handy new features to the mobile version of Google's social networking venture. The update allows users to upload high-res photos, +1 photos and comments, add videos to instant upload, and more, while also bringing several unspecified bug fixes.

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Here's the full list of updates, from the Android Market's Google+ listing:

  • Search
  • +1 photos
  • High resolution photo upload support
  • See if someone's online and currently typing in Messenger conversations
  • Start Messenger conversations by just entering a phone number
  • Links to posts or profiles can now open inside of the app
  • Instant Upload supports videos again
  • Several stability improvements and bug fixes

If you haven't already, hit the link below and grab the update!

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KODAK's New Print App Makes Mobile Printing Quick And Easy

If you have a Kodak all-in-one printer and a Google Cloud Print account, you could be printing in style with the new KODAK Document Print App. This app aims to make printing documents and pictures from your device convenient and seamless.

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This app will allow you to print a multitude of different document and picture types straight from your device, Google Docs, Dropbox, and Evernote. You'll also be able to use the app's built-in browser to view and print web pages.

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Nordstrom For Android Makes Shopping High-End Fashion That Much Easier

With its debut onto the Android Market a couple of weeks ago, Nordstrom made it easier than ever to find the designer clothing you've been searching for.

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With this nifty little app you can browse product lines, get personalized product recommendations, and even make purchases right from your mobile device. Not only that, but you can check availability in nearby stores, track in-store events, create wish lists, and share it all with your friends.

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Behold Amazon's Mind-Blowing Black Friday Deals: All VZW, Sprint, And AT&T Phones Are Now Just $0.01 (Rezound, RAZR, Galaxy S II, EVO 3D, etc.)

Amazon Wireless, one of our favorite online mobile retailers, launched its Black Friday promotions a little early this year, and boy are they good!

Did I say good? I meant absolutely incredible (though, unfortunately, only for new customers): every single phone at Amazon Wireless sold by Verizon Wireless, AT&T, and Sprint is going for just 1 penny.

Yup, even such $299 monsters as the HTC Rezound 4G and the DROID RAZR, along with the Galaxy S II variants (including the Skyrocket) are all priced down to a cent above free.

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Chainfire Does It Again – Mobile ODIN Lets You Flash Firmware Right From Your Device, EverRoot Keeps You Rooted Through It All

ODIN is a handy, yet powerful tool for Android-powered Samsung devices that allows users to flash firmware updates and kernels using a relatively simple interface.

Looking to channel the power of the ODIN tool into something a bit more, well, mobile, developer Chainfire has released Mobile ODIN, a tool that allows rooted users to flash firmware straight from the app's interface.

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What's more, Mobile ODIN Pro comes with a tool called EverRoot, which will ensure that no matter what you're flashing, you'll maintain root privileges, even if you're attempting to update your device with a leaked version of official firmware.

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MobileMount - A Crowd-Funded Suction Mount Which Promises To Keep Just About Any Device In Place While On The Go

The main factor that has kept me from buying a windshield mount for my Android phone or tablet is the fact that, for the most part, each device requires its own mount, adding a significant amount of clutter to my window.

Looking to change that, JR Sanchez has begun a project at surrounding the MobileMount, a suction cup mount that will support just about any mobile device.

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The mount consists of two twist-to-lock suction cups, meaning you can mount your phone, tablet, or MP3 player on just about any flat surface.

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