One of the first major name releases in the Android Market, Caller ID by White Pages, has been given an overhaul with all new features. Â Features like reverse lookup and
Ok, so the Android Market has been up now for a little over a week and a whole new batch of apps have arrived.Â We’d like to know what you
Thanks to Twitter, we’ve started following (and getting followed by) some really cool folks – people who are capable of some truly amazing feats.Â Take for instance today’s news coming
I’ve been talking these last few days with John Walton who does work over at PhoneDog.Â He’s a very cool guy who puts together app reviews and most often includes
At some point, all these touch screen phones will start to look the same… as if they don’t already.Â Comparisons to the iPhone should lessen as time goes in the
Streaming music application that delivers on its promise with nothing extra. It doesn’t chew up system resources or slow performance down. It’s small enough that this app ought to stay on your Android handset once it’s installed.
When the doors blew off the iPhone App Store on its initial launch, with trivial applications earning developers thousands of dollars per day, I knew that eventually, people would expect the same thing with Android. The problem is, the iPhone App Store circumstances just don’t happen all that frequently.
Boston, MA â€“ WHEREâ„¢ is launching on the T-Mobile G1 Android device on February 25, 2009. The latest product release includes new features such as News, Movies, the WHERE Wall,
People Can Now Access their Personal imeem Music Library through their Android-Powered Phones SAN FRANCISCO – February 24, 2009 – imeem, the leading social music service, today launched the latest
Remember the Agora Pro?Â It was supposed to have been the world’s second Android phone, but instead, it ended up being scrapped at the last minute.Â Rumor has is that
http://tinyurl.com/ck9fqq Unknown Sony Ericsson device. Guessing game starts for OS. The comments in the post call it Android. Your gut? # http://www.zii.com/ Keep an eye on these guys and their
If you don’t already own a GPS device then you need to grab this for your Android handset. It’s everything you expect from a stand alone unit in a convenient size. One of the most fully realized apps I’ve had a chance to play with.
Here’s one of those cool, feel-good stories that are only believed when you can back it up with photo proof: Shaq has a G1 handset, hangs with Twitter friends, and
The following is a guest post from Froogloid, makers of a2b. Have a look through one of the recent apps to join the Android Market designed to make your life
Asustek, one of the recent companies to join the Open Handset Alliance, is working to develop an Android-based netbook for release as soon as the end of 2009. Already a