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Microsoft launches three Android apps (!)

How about this for some unexpected news? Despite having Windows Phone to attend to, Microsoft has dipped its toe into Android waters by launching three new Android apps - including one which will give your phone a new lock screen. The apps come out of "Microsoft Garage", which seems to be a "skunk works" type…

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James O'MalleyMicrosoft launches three Android apps (!)
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Top 5 reasons why Android is better than iPhone

Okay, so you've seen our reasons why iPhone is better than Android, but that isn't really fair, is it? So to balance things out here's our top 5 reasons why Android is better than iPhone. 1) Greater customisation Don't like the way your homescreen looks? Then why not change how…

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James O'MalleyTop 5 reasons why Android is better than iPhone
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The top 5 reasons why iPhone is better than Android

So which do you prefer? iPhone or Android? It's a war as old as... well not quite time itself, but it is certainly one that has been waging since 2008, which is basically forever in the tech world. So read on to find out 5 reasons why iPhone is better than Android. …

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James O'MalleyThe top 5 reasons why iPhone is better than Android

WATCH: What will Google call Android L?

The next version of Android - version 5.0, codename "L" - is due for release rather soon indeed, and the promotional campaign has already started. Following in Android's (sugar) rich tradition of naming releases after snacks, Google has made the video below of the naming "auditions". What do you think it will be called? Give…

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James O'MalleyWATCH: What will Google call Android L?
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Tesco announces Hudl 2 tablet

Tesco this morning has officially announced the Hudl 2 - a follow-up to its well received budget tablet last year, which has apparently sold 150,000 units. Read on for all of the details. At the launch Tesco's Michael Comish explained how the tablet has received a "complete redesign" in terms of hardware, software and user…

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James O'MalleyTesco announces Hudl 2 tablet
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“Android L” to be officially known as “Lollipop”

It seems that the next version of Android will be known as "Lollipop", at least if this massive hint by the company is anything to go by. As spotted by our pals at ShinyShiny, Google posted the above image of a birthday cake to celebrate its 16th birthday... but with the cake adorned with not…

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James O'Malley“Android L” to be officially known as “Lollipop”

WATCH: Samsung adverts bashing iPhone 6

Its always fun when tech heavyweights make fun of each other - and this series of adverts by Samsung is no different. Promoting the recently announced Note 4, the two actors try to point out that on many features, Samsung got there first. It even makes fun of the terrible live stream we experienced on…

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James O'MalleyWATCH: Samsung adverts bashing iPhone 6
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HTC unveils new Desire 510 with 4G LTE

HTC has launched what it says is its most affordable smartphone in the Desire lineup to support 4G LTE. The Desire 510, the successor to the budget Desire 500 launched last year, features a 4.7-inch screen with a resolution of 480x854 pixels, is powered by a Qualcomm quad-core 1.2GHz Snapdragon 410 processor, has 8GB of…

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Stuart O'ConnorHTC unveils new Desire 510 with 4G LTE
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LG to unveil G3 Stylus

Korean manufacturer LG will officially launch its new G3 Stylus budget Android smartphone at the IFA trade show in Berlin next week. The stylus-equipped LG phone features a 5.5-inch screen with a 960x540-pixel resolution, is powered by a 1.3GHz quad-core processor and a 3,000 mAh battery, has 8GB of onboard storage and 1GB RAM, a…

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Stuart O'ConnorLG to unveil G3 Stylus