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The NFL season is upon us, and if you are unhealthily obsessed with football like I am (you probably don't want to follow me on Twitter during Redskins games), you want to have constant access. Like me, you probably plan your entire schedule around when football is on TV. Still, there are times where something takes you off your couch – it's unfortunate, but it does happen. Your two options in this situation are to A) record the game on your DVR, then avoid the Internet and all contact with other humans who may talk about football, and hope you don't get the result spoiled, or B) get football on your phone.
A year ago, Google Play had exactly half the apps they have today. 50 billion downloads and one million apps later, Google is making waves in the app marketplace. Meanwhile, Android takes the cake as the most popular smartphone platform with the most apps available for download. Google isn’t planning to slow down anytime soon, either.
From fresh pencils to new shoes, the beginning of the school year can be an exciting but stressful time for students. We’ve put together a list of some fun apps that are designed to make easing back into student mode an easy A.
In this installment of our Get This Game series, we’ve hand-picked Anomaly Warzone Earth by 11 Bit Studios as a game that comes to life on your Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ powered device. Perfect for strategist junkies, Anomaly Warzone Earth gets your adrenaline pumping with Snapdragon integrated GPU powered graphics that draw you into a near-future Baghdad occupied after an alien ambush.
The HTC One has become one of the most popular Android devices this year, known for its sleek design and intuitive user experience. The newly announced HTC One mini, powered by the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 400 processor, designed for battery-optimizing high performance, is perfect for those who love the HTC One but are looking for a device that’s just a touch smaller and more affordable.
With a smartphone, planning a road trip has never been easier. And with a fast, all-in-one Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processor inside your device, you’ll have everything from superior GPS to quick charging capabilities so you can get where you’re going.
When your smartphone has a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor it can do a lot more than just give you turn-by-turn directions. The advanced satellite guidance system in Snapdragon processors is designed to boost accuracy, reliability and speed so you can take advantage of more sophisticated location-based apps.
At the end of May, our Snapdragon™ BatteryGuru app came out of beta in the Google play store. The response has been tremendous, with over 200K new downloads. This battery life saver app is designed to extend battery performance and improve overall user experience by intelligently making changes that optimize device functionality in phones with Snapdragon mobile processors
If you spend a lot of time gazing at your phone, set your sights on the Sony Xperia™ Z. Initially announced at CES 2013, and already released and widely popular outside the US, Sony announced today that T-Mobile will be the exclusive US carrier to bring the phone to eager fans.
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