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New Android apps worth downloading: 1Weather and Trid updates, Simple

Starting out today’s haul of apps worth downloading is 1Weather, a great app that displays about all the weather information you could possibly need. Financial app Simple is up next, which aims to keep track of your spending. Finally, Trid is a puzzler similar to the old electronic game Simon, and is all about fast-paced pattern recognition.

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Have faith in these Android apps for Catholics

Ever since the Pope got on Twitter last year, I have been curious on how to use an Android device to learn or better understand my religious faith or beliefs. If you do a search in the Google Play store, you will see that there are a huge number of apps on almost every major religion. Since I am a Catholic, today’s post is going to able those apps that Catholics could use to learn or participate more in the Church.

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Android’s phablet reign to last through 2013 as Apple, RIM and Nokia fail to compete

Apple (AAPL) and Research In Motion (RIMM) will continue to sleep on the emerging “phablet” market in 2013, according to a new report. Android vendors including Samsung (005930), HTC (2498) and Sony (SNE) will capitalize on strong demand for 5-inch smartphones in 2013, Digitimes claims. Meanwhile Apple, RIM and Nokia (NOK) have no plans for 5-inch smartphones this year according to the site’s unnamed industry sources. How big is the opportunity these companies are missing? Digitimes cites research suggesting 60.4 million smartphones with screens measuring 5 inches or more will ship this year, and that figure will climb to 146 million units in 2016.

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Guest Post: One Educator’s approach to the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act

In times of stricter policies related to children’s online interactions, how a Pre-K teacher is creating new app services through Juddly, which was designed to protect children’s privacy while empowering them to share with family online.

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New Android apps worth downloading: Sundance Film Festival 2013, ESPN X Games, Super Hexagon

If you’re headed to the Sundance Film Festival this year, the official app is full of information to help you get around the festival and learn about the competing films. We’ve also got EPSN’s companion app to the Winter X Games, which has all the info and highlights you need. Finally, the fast-paced arcade title Super Hexagon has made the jump from iOS and PC to Android.

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