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By John Callaham | Feb 10 2015 | 1:15 pm  | The online reviews company Yelp has acquired the popular restaurant ordering and takeout app Eat24. The specific financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Eat24, which allows users to order food from over 30,000 restaurants in 1,500 US cities and have those meals delivered, became a transaction partner with Yelp in 2013. In a statement, Yelp said: Online and mobile food ordering is still in its infancy and restaurant and food searches Read more [...]
Article originally published at: Android Central

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Ryan Whitwam 2015/02/10 11:43am PSTFeb 10, 2015 When the battery in your phone isn't good enough, there's a plethora of external batteries available to pick up the slack. The ReVIVE ReStore Q10x is a 10,000mAh unit that usually costs about $35, but it's on sale at just $19.99 for the next few days. It's available with Amazon Prime shipping too. The Q10x has two USB ports with 1A and 2.1A output, as well as an LED flashlight to help get things plugged in at night. There's also an LCD Read more [...]
Article originally published at: Android Police

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A lot of folks are jumping on the VR bandwagon, and Google Cardboard is a cheap way to get started. There are dozens of different mobile VR headsets to choose from these days, and close to a hundred VR apps in the Play Store. That said, it’s hard to find the good ones, and it can quickly turn you off mobile VR if you test out too many bad games. With that in mind we’ve compiled a quick list of the Best Google Cardboard Apps for Beginners. All the Google Cardboard games and apps were tested Read more [...]
Article originally published at: Tech Oven Android

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Robert Zak A tech aficionado since he first picked up a NES controller, Robert has written about technology, videogames, and film across a range of sites and magazines, including Den of Geek, Gamasutra, and Computeractive. At AndroidPIT, he’ll be bringing you the latest Android news and reviews from the front line in the UK.

Article originally published at: Droid Life

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The Xperia line of smartphones may win the praise of camera enthusiasts and Sony aficionados around the world, but for a variety of reasons, their sales aren’t providing much of a boost to the company’s bottom line. This may be largely due to marketing (or lack thereof) or a design that is overly squared and has seen little change over the past couple of years. Word on the street is that the upcoming Xperia Z4 will feature a new design language and a longer lasting period of pertinence. We Read more [...]