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HBO Go Apps For Android & iOS Get Chromecast Support

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The HBO Go apps for Android and iOS have today been updated with support for Google’s Chromecast. The feature works on Android smartphones and tablets running Android 2.3 Gingerbread and above, and on iPhones and iPads running iOS 6 and above.

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Microsoft To Bring Remote Desktop Apps To Android & iOS This Month

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In a move that’s sure to upset some third-party app developers, Microsoft is planning to launch official Remote Desktop apps for Android and iOS later this month. Like the Remote Desktop solutions for Windows and OS X, the apps will allow you to connect to your PC and control it remotely from your smartphone and tablet.

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Apple Follows Google Into Charting iOS Adoption Figures For Devs

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Apple has begun charting iOS adoption figures to help developers establish the percentage of users running different versions of iOS. Google has been doing the same thing for Android developers for some time, and Apple’s chart only highlights the massive difference in fragmentation between the two platforms.

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Today At Cult Of Android: Google Provides Indoor Maps For CES, VIZIO Stream Player, And More…

Today At Cult Of Android: Google Provides Indoor Maps For CES, VIZIO Stream Player, And More…
With CES in full effect, it’s been an extremely busy couple of days for Android. In fact, I was so absorbed in CES news, I forgot to post yesterday’s Android roundup (I bet you thought it was going to go away). Good news is we’re still here, and for anyone interested in what has been going on in the world of Android, we encourage you to head over to Cult of Android. Here’s a recap of some of the news-making headlines today.

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The New $250 Nook Tablet Beats Both iPad and Kindle Fire In Specs

The New $250 Nook Tablet Beats Both iPad and Kindle Fire In Specs

The Kindle Fire may be shaping up to be the first real device to challenge the iPad’s share of the tablet market but it’s not going to go unchallenged: book retailing giant Barnes & Noble have just announced the next generation of their own Android-based reading tablet, and unlike the Kindle Fire, its specs match and even exceed the iPad 2’s for half the price.

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