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#Android | February 27, 2015

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Vincent Messina

Vincent Messina

Self-made billionaire, inventor of the Large Hadron Collider and owner of the NE Patriots turned father, writer, musician, chasing little green robots.

Posts By Vincent Messina

Google Increases Music Storage Limit on Google Play to 50,000 Songs

February 25, 2015 |

If for some insane reason you’ve already maxed out your 20,000 song limit on Google Play, we’ve got some good news: Google has increased the music storage limit to 50,000 songs! By more than doubling the free song storage capacity, Google has ensured the majority of music lovers out there that they will have a place to store all the songs they will probably never listen to. For the true music aficionados out there, this should allow you to add an N-Z section to your alphabetized digital collection.

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Watch HTC’s One M9 Announcement Live From Barcelona on March 1st

February 25, 2015 |

At this point, we probably know more about the HTC One M9 than HTC would care to admit. Either way, HTC still plans to try and “wow” us with its latest flagship device in Barcelona during MWC 2015. To ensure we don’t miss a single lens flare video, adjective laced feature set, or downright hyperbole, HTC has posted streaming information for the March 1st event.

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#Android’s Daily Wallpaper: Android

March 13, 2013 |

Anyone who has followed me across the Android blogosphere knows I love wallpapers. I’ve done both weekly and daily wallpaper features, and now that I’m with Hashtag Android, I’m going to continue with the daily format. If you’re a connoisseur of wallpapers or simply enjoy change once in a while, you’ll definitely want to stop by daily to see what wallpaper #Android has to share. Read More

What a Day: Google I/O Sells out in Under an Hour, Andy Rubin Leaves Android, and Google Reader Receives a Pink Slip

March 13, 2013 |

Boy, oh boy, what a day. Today’s craziness all started at 7 a.m. PDT, when registration opened for Google I/O 2013. It was the usual Google clusterf****, with multiple issues ranging from error messages to Google Wallet disasters. It took about 55 minutes for the tickets to sell out, leaving those with Google Wallet issues, bank denials, and just plain infinitely spinning circles, furious. I can’t say I don’t blame them, as most of them certainly got hosed. Read More

#Android’s Daily Wallpaper: Oz the Great and Powerful

March 11, 2013 |

Anyone who has followed me across the Android blogosphere knows I love wallpapers. I’ve done both weekly and daily wallpaper features, and now that I’m with Hashtag Android, I’m going to continue with the daily format. If you’re a connoisseur of wallpapers or simply enjoy change once in a while, you’ll definitely want to stop by daily to see what wallpaper #Android has to share. Read More

Samsung Finally Provides us With a Proper Galaxy S IV Tease

March 11, 2013 |

Finally! After multiple absurd video teases, Samsung has given us a tease that reminds us there’s an actual phone and not some magical unicorn being unveiled in NYC on March 14th. Read More

#Android’s Daily Wallpaper: AF Winter Wonderland

March 6, 2013 |

Anyone who has followed me across the Android blogosphere knows I love wallpapers. I’ve done both weekly and daily wallpaper features, and now that I’m with Hashtag Android, I’m going to continue with the daily format. If you’re a connoisseur of wallpapers or simply enjoy change once in a while, you’ll definitely want to stop by daily to see what wallpaper #Android has to share. Read More

Google I/0 Page Features Immense Interactive Fun

March 6, 2013 |

Google is well known for their interactive Easter Eggs. They’ve been hidden in everything from searches to “About” screens, and keeping with the fun tradition of hunting for Easter Eggs, they’ve hidden a plethora of them in the new Google I/O page. Read More