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Google Updates Play Store Devices UI To Better Handle Multiple Configurations

The air is almost electric as we get ever nearer to the announcement of Android 4.4 and the Nexus 5. Of course, we don't know exactly when that will be, but tomorrow has been heavily rumored. Perhaps adding more fuel to that fire, Google has updated the Play Store listing for the Nexus 7 with a new interface better suited to selecting among multiple configurations.

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Now when clicking the link to the new Nexus 7, you'll get a page with drop-down lists to choose the storage size and connectivity.

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Sprint Brands Its Tri-Band LTE Network "Spark," Four Tri-Band Phones Coming Nov. 8, Speeds "Around 50-60Mbps"

While Sprint's tri-band LTE network is far from a secret, the company's going on an all-out marketing offensive promoting the technology, which it's now given a name: Sprint Spark. Capitalizing on the unique capabilities of its newly-purchased Clearwire spectrum, Sprint is set to roll out what will likely be the US's largest LTE network in terms of spectrum usage over the coming years. That's primarily because Sprint's Clearwire acquisition granted it a block of wireless spectrum from 2500-2600MHz, the single largest contiguous frequency lease in use by any mobile data provider in the United States.

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Tegra 4-Powered ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity TF701T Goes Up For Sale In The US On Amazon

The ASUS Transformer series may not be a household name, but it's one of the oldest Android tablet brands around. Each release has been solid, and the latest Transformer Pad Infinity TF701T kicks things up a notch. Anyone in the US waiting to get their hands on this combination tablet and keyboard dock will be happy to know that it's now available on Amazon.

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The tablet ships for $449, and the dock is sold separately, just as it has always been.

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eBay App Updated To v2.5 With Improved Search, Feedback Filtering, And More

The folks at eBay have been slowly but surely improving the Android app, and today there's another notable update hitting Google Play. Version 2.5 of the app is live, and it will reportedly make searching for things on the site somewhat less aggravating. We can only hope.

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MOGA Hero Power Now Available From Amazon For $59.99, MOGA Pro Power Release Date Moved Up To November 4th

Update: It looks like we might not be able to plug our phones into our controllers just yet. The Amazon link has already changed to say that the MOGA Hero Power is temporarily out of stock. Keep an eye out, as it will probably reappear before or around the launch of the MOGA Pro Power.

Android games are consistently getting better, but there's a drawback. As new titles task players with taking control of more detailed character models, paint surfaces with higher resolution textures, and follow up attacks with an increasing number of particles, phones with passable battery life soon find that they can hardly make it through morning.

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Wednesday App And Game Sales: Wave LWP, Tangled (Free), MathStudio, And More

The sales continue to roll in as All Hallows' Eve approaches, and you don't even have to dress up and go door-to-door to get these treats. You can still dress up if you want, though. It's fine – we're not here to judge.

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[APK Download] The Redesigned Facebook Messenger Is Currently Only Available To Limited Users, But You Can Get It Now

Yesterday Facebook announced that it was revamping its Messenger app, stripping it of SMS functionality and creating a more attractive, streamlined experience that the company hopes will draw more users to the app. The new version is currently rolling out to a limited number of users, with a wider release planned for the coming weeks. So when it arrives, what should you expect?

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To get started you're going to hand over the keys to everything, including your car, before using the app.

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Glass Explorer Ticketed For Speeding And Driving With Glass

Last night, Glass Explorer Cecilia Abadie shared a post asking fellow Google+ users for some advice. Abadie had been given a traffic ticket "for wearing Google Glass while driving" and wondered if the cop was wrong, or if driving with Glass is already illegal in California.

Accompanying the post, Abadie shared a photo of the ticket itself.

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It’s easy to be angry that the cop would choose to list wearing Google Glass while driving as an infraction, but it’s also important to note that the ticket in question lists a speeding infraction as well.

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Play-I Crowdfunded Robots For Kids Teach The Basics Of Programming And Look Adorable At The Same Time

When I was a kid, "robot" meant something that you had to wind up (or if you were rich, something you plugged into your Nintendo Entertainment System). Startup company Play-I wants to change that with Bo and Yana, a pair of toy robots that use a tablet or smartphone as both a controller and a programming tool. The company's crowdfunding campaign started yesterday and has already hit almost 80% of its quarter-million dollar goal.

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Oculus Rift Virtual Reality Headset Is Coming To Android, But Not iOS

Virtual reality didn't die in the 90's, it just needed the right hardware to get going again. The Oculus Rift VR headset has developers and enthusiasts excited, but it's currently tethered to the PC. According to Oculus VR CEO Brendan Iribe, that's a temporary situation – the team is planning to bring the Oculus Rift to Android.

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The Oculus Rift – for the unaware – is a visor with a 7-inch screen with two lenses (one for each eye) that can produce a realistic 3D experience at 640×800 in each eye.

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