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Duolingo Releases Android App, Brings Free Language Learning On The Go

I've lived in Texas for upwards of a decade now, and there have been numerous occasions when I've vowed to learn Spanish. I haven't actually followed through with that goal (or even attempted to), but thanks to Duolingo and its new Android app, I think I may finally take the time to learn a second language.

In a nutshell, Duolingo's goal is to offer "a college-quality education without the price tag," which actually sounds pretty good to me.

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AT&T LTE Now Available In 11 New Markets Including Salem, Roanoke, And Dover, Plus Expanded Coverage In 5 More

AT&T's upgraded LTE network has finally expanded enough that it can generally be counted on in most major metropolitan areas, but the lion's share of the coverage area is still rocking ye olde HSPA (AKA "just 4G"). For residents of Dover, Salem, Asheville, Roanoke, and a few other midsized cities and towns, AT&T has flipped the Long Term Evolution switch. Here's the full list of 11 new markets:

Delaware

  • Dover

North Carolina

  • Asheville
  • Goldsboro

Maryland

  • Leonardtown
  • Ocean City

Oregon

  • Salem

Virginia

  • Culpeper
  • Roanoke

Washington

  • Longview
  • Shelton
  • Port Townsend/North Whidbey Island/Camano Island

AT&T is also expanding LTE coverage areas in Casa Grande, Arizona, Albany, New York, Calvert county, Maryland, Linglestown, Pennsylvania, and both Stafford and Spotsylvania counties, Virginia.

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[New App] Giganticon Makes Homescreen Enormous, For Some Reason

If you're reading this story on a Widows PC (Vista or later), do me a favor. Minimize your browser and any other windows so that just the desktop is showing. Hold down the control button. Then scroll your mouse wheel up about a dozen times. Congratulations, you've just replicated the effect of Giganticon without even installing the app.

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Giganticon has one purpose, and one purpose only: it makes the app icons on your homescreen enormous.

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Samsung Galaxy Exhibit (AKA The Galaxy S III Mini) Now Available At T-Mobile For $20 Down Or $236 Outright

The latest in T-Mobile's increasingly confusing line of rebranded Samsung phones is now available: the Galaxy Exhibit, previously spotted in multiple leaks, including a predicted release date for today. The Exhibit is a slightly modified version of the international Galaxy S III Mini, sporting a somber teal-on-grey paint job, but otherwise keeping its 4-inch chassis and low-end specs. The phone can be had for just twenty bucks down on T-Mobile's installment plan, or a reasonable $235.99 if you'd rather buy it outright.

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[Deal Alert] Refurbished Nexus 10 32GB On Sale For $380 (Plus $5 Shipping) On Woot - $115 Off

It's been more than half a year since Google officially unveiled the Nexus 10 tablet, and the Samsung-made device has yet to be dethroned as the debatable king of Android slates. If you've been waiting for a sweet deal to grab your own, you'd better hurry: the closeout specialists at Woot.com have the 32GB version on sale at Tech.Woot for just $380, a whole $120 off the Play Store retail price, and still cheaper than the 16GB version at most outlets.

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36 Best New Android Games From The Last 2 Weeks (5/15/13 - 5/28/13)

Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android applications, games, and live wallpapers that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous 2 weeks or so.

This edition focuses only on new games. The app roundup is coming up soon.

Please wait for this page to load in full in order to see the AppBrain widgets, which include ratings and pricing info.

Looking for the previous roundup editions?

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Google Spins Up 'Roll It' To Turn Your Phone Into A Skee-Ball WiiMote, Wrist Straps Not Included

It's the late afternoon - wouldn't you like to sneak out of work to head down to the boardwalk and play some skee-ball? Well, Google might not be able to hide your tracks as you escape your day job, but you can still salvage some fun while locked away in your office. A new Chrome Experiment has just been launched that uses your phone's accelerometer to fling a virtual ball on your desktop browser.

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Verizon's Galaxy S4 Will Be The First Device To Operate On The Carrier's AWS LTE Bands

Verizon managed to gobble up national licenses to a wide swath of the 700MHz Block C spectrum a few years back, and it is this slice of electromagnetism the carrier used to deploy its 4G LTE network. That's not Verizon's only plan of attack, though. It has also been putting together a second spectrum range running on AWS. Well, this space is almost ready, and the Galaxy S4 is going to be the first device to access it.

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ASUS Currently Pushing Android 4.2.1 To The Transformer AiO

The ASUS Transformer AiO is a strange sort of beast – it's half desktop computer, half massive Android tablet. Here's the thing, though: it's surprisingly cool. I've been using one for the last week or so (review coming soon), and have been extremely surprised at the amount of utility I've found in this mix-n-match device, as well as how well thought-out it is. But I'm getting ahead of myself here – you'll have to wait for the review for the full skinny.

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Wall Street Journal: Samsung's June 20th Premiere Event Likely Includes The Galaxy S4 Mini

Since Samsung is prone to have big, glitzy events for their flagship products, we had a feeling that "Premiere 2013" would include a few of their more sedate offerings. According to the the Wall Street Journal, at least one of those will probably be the Galaxy S4 Mini, which we previously saw in a pair of leaks detailing most of the details of the mid-range phone. The Journal reports that a "person with knowledge of the matter" told them the S4 Mini would be one of several new devices revealed at the event.

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