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ATRIX 4G OTA Update Change Log Shows HSUPA And Call Quality Fixes, Coming Soon

ATRIX 4G OTA Update Change Log Shows HSUPA And Call Quality Fixes, Coming Soon

ATRIX 4G users rejoice - HSUPA will soon be here, and without any sort of hacky flashing requiring root access. The official Motorola update page for the ATRIX 4G's latest OTA, 4.1.83, has appeared on Motorola's website today. Here's the change log "highlights" according to Moto:

Data Speed
Increased speed at which data can travel on the network.

Data Connection
Improvements to prevent interruptions to data connection.

Screen
Improvements to prevent screen from freezing.

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N64oid, Nintendo 64 Emulator For Android, Was Not Taken Down - It's On Hiatus Pending Performance Improvements

N64oid, Nintendo 64 Emulator For Android, Was Not Taken Down - It's On Hiatus Pending Performance Improvements

When the Nintendo 64 emulator first came out, many users were overcome with joy - it was the first and only emulator for Android, and nostalgia was overwhelming. However, a short time after, N64oid simply disappeared. Worried threads popped up around the Internet, and with today's disappearance of PSX4Droid, we couldn't help but wonder whether the two incidents are related.

You can breathe easy though - N64oid is safe, at least according to a few people who received responses from the developer regarding the disappearance.

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Evernote 2.0 Beta Changes Everything For The Better With A Complete Rewrite, Finally Gets Offline Storage

Evernote 2.0 Beta Changes Everything For The Better With A Complete Rewrite, Finally Gets Offline Storage

Evernote is one of those services that does one thing and does it extremely well: it takes your notes, organizes them, and helps keep your life together. The beauty of Evernote is that it works everywhere (desktop, web, mobile) but, until recently, the Android app has been a bit... lackluster. It was not just a bit clunky and bland - that we could live with. The biggest downside of the Android client, as noted by countless 1-star reviews, was the need to maintain an Internet connection to read and write notes, meaning the app didn't support offline storage of any kind.

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