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Jeff Bertolucci
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10 Ways To Get More From Android Devices

Want longer battery life? A faster browser? A way to zap annoying ads? These 10 Android apps and tips can help.
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Baseball season is underway, and your Android tablet, or perhaps even a gargantuan phone like the 5-inch Samsung Galaxy Note, is a great way to catch your favorite Major League teams in action. Subscribers to MLB.TV Premium ($24.99/month or $124.99/year) get the At Bat 12 app for free, allowing them to watch live out-of-market games in HD on select Android devices. Alternatively, you can buy the app for $15.

If you'd rather spend your cash on chewing tobacco, the free At Bat Lite provides news, stats, standings, schedules, and rosters for the AL and NL--but no live games.


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