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Feedly hits 3 million users, updates its iOS apps

Feedly hits 3 million users, updates its iOS apps | Smartphone Mix | Scoop.it

"Feedly has quickly become the RSS feed-reading client to beat since the announcement of Google Reader's impending shutdown. Since Google's March 13 announcement, Feedly says it has seen over 3 million new users join the service. Fresh off an influx of new users, the service has announced new versions of its mobile client for iPod, iPad, iPod touch and Android."


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Now that Google Reader is dead, it looks like Feedly is the best alternative!

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Android and Tizen will coexist, Samsung insists

Android and Tizen will coexist, Samsung insists | Smartphone Mix | Scoop.it
Samsung isn't looking to abandon Android any time soon, as it states Android and Tizen will "coexist".
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Samsung GALAXY S4 with Exynos 5 OCTA in South Korea with 1.8 GHz

Samsung GALAXY S4 with Exynos 5 OCTA in South Korea with 1.8 GHz | Smartphone Mix | Scoop.it

The Samsung GALAXY S4 with the Exynos 5 OCTA gets in South Korea before going on sale to upgrade, the Exynos 5 OCTA will be clocked at 1.8 GHz


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The Coming Merger of Google Chrome and Android

The Coming Merger of Google Chrome and Android | Smartphone Mix | Scoop.it
In August 2011, I outlined why I believed that Chrome was more important to Google than Android. At first blush, this sounds kind of crazy, but when you look at the bigger strategic picture it makes sense.

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Will this actually happen?

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Amazon hires former Windows Phone boss Charlie Kindel for 'undisclosed project' - Telegraph

Amazon hires former Windows Phone boss Charlie Kindel for 'undisclosed project' - Telegraph | Smartphone Mix | Scoop.it
Amazon has hired former Windows Phone boss Charlie Kindel for an undisclosed project, prompting speculation that it may enter the smartphone market.
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"Undisclosed" as in Amazon Phone!

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The Tribez available for iPad, iPhone and Android

The Tribez available for iPad, iPhone and Android | Smartphone Mix | Scoop.it
The Tribez is not just a game! The Tribez is an adventure, where you travel to a distant past full of secrets, mysteries and many hours of addictive discovery of an unknown, but beautiful world! (I've collected 20,128 gold coins!
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Blackberry 7 devices will head to emerging markets

Blackberry 7 devices will head to emerging markets | Smartphone Mix | Scoop.it

"Blackberry’s Z10 has finally made its way to the United States, one of Blackberry’s most important markets. It’s still a bit too soon to evaluate just how well the device is doing, however, judging from the customer reviews, the device is doing well. However, where exactly does that leave Blackberry’s OS 7 devices?"

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windows: Pandora is ad-free for free through 2013 on your new Windows Phone

Pandora is ad-free for free through 2013 on your new Windows Phone http://t.co/yZXg7saprQ
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Verizon BlackBerry Z10 Giving Thanks Giveaway

Verizon BlackBerry Z10 Giving Thanks Giveaway | Smartphone Mix | Scoop.it
Enter to win the Verizon BlackBerry Z10 Giving Thanks Giveaway from @geekbabe & @Verizonwireless #vzwbuzz http://t.co/XZlOfpmIxk
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Massive Samsung smartphone leaked: 6.3-inch “Galaxy Mega” - SlashGear

Massive Samsung smartphone leaked: 6.3-inch “Galaxy Mega” - SlashGear | Smartphone Mix | Scoop.it
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Today some anonymous sources have let it be known that two new Samsung smartphone/phablet devices by the name Samsung Galaxy Mega will be coming forth some time this year.
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Is 6.3 inches just too big for a phone???

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Apple and Samsung battle for hearts and wallets of smartphone customers

Apple and Samsung battle for hearts and wallets of smartphone customers | Smartphone Mix | Scoop.it
SAN JOSE -- Last fall, college sophomore John Castro did what was considered the unthinkable among his friends: The devoted Apple fan bought a Samsung Galaxy S3, the closest thing to an iPhone killer.
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One in Five BlackBerry 10 Apps Is Really an Android App

One in Five BlackBerry 10 Apps Is Really an Android App | Smartphone Mix | Scoop.it
The Canadian phone maker has an emulation engine designed as a half-measure for companies not yet committed to writing a native BB10 app.
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Is Blackberry trying to ride on the success of Android?

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Android And Windows Phone Gain, BlackBerry Loses In Smartphone OS Share According To Kantar | TechCrunch

Android And Windows Phone Gain, BlackBerry Loses In Smartphone OS Share According To Kantar | TechCrunch | Smartphone Mix | Scoop.it
The big winners in the three-month period ending in February in terms of smartphone share globally and in the U.S.
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Android is still the dominating force!

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Feedly hits 3 million users, updates its iOS apps

Feedly hits 3 million users, updates its iOS apps | Smartphone Mix | Scoop.it

"Feedly has quickly become the RSS feed-reading client to beat since the announcement of Google Reader's impending shutdown. Since Google's March 13 announcement, Feedly says it has seen over 3 million new users join the service. Fresh off an influx of new users, the service has announced new versions of its mobile client for iPod, iPad, iPod touch and Android."


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Now that Google Reader is dead, it looks like Feedly is the best alternative!

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