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KitKat 10

During an AMA on Reddit, the HTC U.S. Product Team announced that the much-anticipated Android 4.4.2 KitKat update for both the One Max and One Mini is already in development and should start rolling out as early as March for the Max and April for the Mini.


Hello SMS, my favorite third-party SMS client and one of our picks for Best Apps of 2013, has gotten a new update that adds a number of new features and improvements based on user feedback. Highlights include an image sharing confirmation prompt, the ability to turn off invite reminders, and some user interface improvements.


Reddit is — undoubtedly — the most popular community on the Internet right now. The community has led to some aww moments, to some holy shit ones as well.

Being a Reddit-addict, I keep checking Reddit constantly, whether I am on my PC, phone or tablet. There is no shortage of Reddit clients on the Play Store, but a handful of them stand above the competition, thanks to the features and the beautifully designed UI they offer. 


An extremely conscientious Android-enthusiast, who goes by the alias, Annihilia, took to a popular discussion website this weekend with a very interesting 3D model, based on all the leaks, rumors and speculation we have seen and heard so far for the much-anticipated Nexus 5.


The last person you’d expect to get a full rundown on an unreleased product from is someone on the end of a technical support line, but it appears Asus may have been briefing its support staff on the second-generation Nexus 7 ahead of its release.

A Redditor has posted a screenshot of a live web chat he has with an Asus employee, who spilled pretty much everything there is to know about the new Nexus 7 — apart from its price and release date.

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