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Spotify Premium free APK hack removed

Hack that made some Spotify accounts Premium for free is being disabled

March 5th, 2018

Spotify, known for being the world’s biggest subscription music service, actually has more free accounts than paid subscribers. Free accounts get a limited version of the true Spotify experience, and have to tolerate frequent ads — unless users fire up hacked apps that serve up the full Spotify Premium service without having to pay. Now …

AT&T to developers: third-party application sources allowed henceforth

May 17th, 2011

One of the major benefits of owning an Android handset is the ability to install applications from non-Market sources — without the necessity of a dev-team intervention. AT&T customers have not, however, been privy to this particular feature… that is until now. In a letter to developers, the carrier has confirmed that it will, from this point …

Samsung Infuse 4G review

May 11th, 2011

The Samsung Infuse 4G, with a radio capable of achieving peak rates of 21Mbps, is being marketed as the fastest smartphone currently available from AT&T. It’s the big brother to the Samsung Captivate, and fits just between that device and Samsung’s Galaxy S II when it comes to hardware specs. The Infuse 4G packs a …

Netflix APK for Android leaked, lacks streaming support

March 16th, 2011

The Netflix APK has been pulled from a prototype of the LG Revolution, the first Android smartphone to offer full Netflix support, by a guy named Alex Smith. And thanks to Mr. Smith’s handiwork, the Netflix APK is now readily available to anyone who wants to give it a whirl, but you’ll only be able …

Video of Android’s next generation music player hits the internet

December 28th, 2010

Back at Google IO 2010, we got a sneak peak at the company’s next generation music player to be included in the Android mobile operating system. The software wowed us with its ability to stream and download music from a users home desktop and the subtle but distinguished user interface refinements. Now, thanks to the folks of at …