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Black HTC One Looks to See the Light of Day

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HTC One in that chrome and and white finish may not appeal to everyone so Sprint and AT&T are teasing the release of a black variant of the popular Android handset. Both carriers have uploaded a product page for the new black color with out posting a solid street release date. So for those looking for a more dark monolithic version of the HTC One will need to wait a bit longer if they choose to hold out for that color.

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RadioShack is offering $50 off Android Smartphones

RadioShack is now offering $50 off any $99.99 or more Android Smartphone purchase starting today and ending on Saturday, July 28th in stores. The promotion will continue on the website until the end of August. Customers that will be upgrading or signing new two-year contracts are the only ones eligible for the $50 off offer unfortunately. Check out their site for more details.

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New “Legends” Game Comes to iOS, Android, and Chrome

Spacetime Studios, the people who brought us titles such as “Pocket Legends”, “Star Legends” and “Dark Legends” have announced a new game coming to iOS, Android and Chrome devices soon. It will be called “Arcane Legends” and seems to be just the Legends game I have been looking for. I prefer more traditional game offerings with choices like Rogues and Sorcerers rather than Archers and Enchantresses. Luckily for me, that’s what this game is going to have!

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Firefox Beta for Android now Available in Google Play

Although you can go and pick up a ready-to-go version of Firefox for Android in Google Play, that particular Firefox version was never made specifically for Android. That particular version of Firefox was made using an interface language called XUL developed by Mozilla.

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BlackBerry Messenger Appears on Android

The infamouse BlackBerry Messenger app had been seen on an Android phone. Now, according to various sources this has been rumored in the past and nothing has come of it. However, now there have been much clearer images taken showing BlackBerry Messenger running on an Android phone.

The phone pictured here is however still being shielded from being revealed. It makes sense for BlackBerry to launch their messenger service on other platforms as their BlackBerry handsets are not doing so well these days in competition with Android and iOS.

It is completely possible that this photo is a fake or an early prototype. We will have to see if this feature ever come to life, but if it did would you use it?

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