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Android is getting a facelift. At Google’s I/O keynote on Wednesday, the company detailed some big changes coming to the platform this fall, highlighted by something the search giant is calling “material design.” Not that Android looked all that bad to begin with, especially in Android KitKat. But Android L, as it’s being called, is a complete reimagining. This is what Android fans will see not only across mobile, but on the desktop, watches and TVs, too.










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Google I/O 2014 is quickly approaching. TechnoBuffalo will have team members down on the ground Wednesday, where we’ll be bringing you all of the coverage live. This year is a bit unlike other years and, actually, unlike a lot of other events. We typically have a pretty good idea of what to expect from each event leading into the show, however we’re entering this year’s event with less solidified information.


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Smartphone battery life is one of the biggest issues facing the mobile industry today. It has gotten to the point where I make sure to bring a charger pack with me whenever I leave home for more than a few hours. This week’s Kickstarter project won’t fix your smartphone’s battery, but it’s one of the coolest ways to bring a bit of extra juice with you wherever you go.