Sprint to Have Android in 2009

Not a terrible ground breaking news article to pass along, but it’s news to some of you.  Speaking at the Brainstorm: Tech conference today, Sprint CEO Dan Hessee confirmed that at least one Android device will arrive in 2009. It has been widely assumed that Sprint would be the next ...

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Enabling the Ecosystem: WIKITUDE, Part Two

Want to augment your reality? Use WIKITUDE, your Android device, and your programming skills to document and annotate the world around you. Learn more in this second post of a two-part Enabling the Ecosystem interview, in today's episode of Building 'Droids!

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Have You Been Listening?

If you don’t mind, we’d like to take this opportunity to plug our podcasts and interviews.  For nearly 2 months, we’ve been hosting a weekly show with members of the Android universe.   Typically held on Monday nights at 10:30PM EST, we discuss recent Android happenings as ...

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Moblyng Adds to Portfolio with m:Vampire and m:Poker

Moblyng, the company behind mobile titles like Dungeon Quest, Poker Dice, and m:Mafia, has recently launched two more titles. The first title, m:Vampire, is the first vampire-themed role-playing game (RPG) that allows players to add and challenge their Facebook friends.

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Froogloid’s Key Ring App Now Free

One of the more convenient apps we’ve come across for Android, Key Ring, is now free.  Froogloid’s app removes the need to carry around membership cards or keep tags on their key chain.  You can scan barcodes directly off of club cards or enter them manually.  As of right now, ...

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TMOApps.com and the T-Mobile AppPack Sneak Out (Grab Sherpa Now!)

Looks like T-Mobile has their own opinion as to what apps their new users ought to check out first.  An email being passed around to T-Mobile employees known as “Champions” reveals details surrounding the new “AppPack” set to launch with the new myTouch 3G. With 9 ...

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Enabling the Ecosystem: WIKITUDE, Part One

Want to augment your reality? Use WIKITUDE, your Android device, and your programming skills to document and annotate the world around you. Learn more in this first post of a two-part Enabling the Ecosystem interview, in today's episode of Building 'Droids!

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MusicSkins New Customizer Helps Makes Your G1 More Unique

MusicSkins LLC, a a company known for their vinyl skin products for devices like MP3 players, laptops, and gaming accessories has announced their new Customizer tool.  The online tool allows users to design and create special, one-of-a-kind skins using a favorite photo or graphic. Our ...

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Expansys Outs Sony Ericsson Rachael as Xperia 3,

The Sony Ericsson Rachael handset has become all but official now, thanks to Expansys.  Somehow the web retailer puts phones up for pre-order before the handset makers even go public with announcements.  They’ve done it again, outting the Rachael as the Xperia 3 handset. Not only are we ...

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HTC Click to Usher in Era of Low-End Android Handsets? [UPDATE]

According to DigiTimes, HTC is looking to expand their Android lineup over the next year.  With roughly 30% of their products offering Android in 2009, they are looking to grow that to better than 50% in 2010.  Good news for green robot fans, not-so-good for Microsoft. After being practically ...

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Another Pic of Motorola Morrison – Black and Blue

Some phandroid ninja spies have come across a somewhat blurry, although decent sized pic of the Motorola Morrison. The last we saw this phone, it was mostly blue with white trim on the front.  This time around, it appears to have a more standard grey/black tone to it.  The phone looks a ...

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Accessory Review: SanDisk 16GB microSDHC

Storage space will always be an issue with just about every mobile device on the market. In most instances smart phones just don’t ship with enough on board memory, so you have to look into other solutions. The SanDisk 16GB Micro SDHC memory card gives your device a major boost in storage ...

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T-Mobile G1 Wins “Highly Commended” in Global Mobile Awards

The “clunky” and “not very sexy” T-Mobile G1 has won “Highly Commended“  in the GSMA’s Global Mobile Awards.  Well, it tied the Nokia E71 to be fair for the runner up spot.  Both handsets were ‘highly commended’ and come in right behind ...

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Minor Update to Android Fixes Bugs

We recently learned that both minor and major updates were due out this year for Android users. It appears as if the minor update has started rolling out. We’re hearing reports from some of you guys that you’ve woken up to a system notice. After going through the update, we’re ...

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Digging up the LG GW620 “Eve” Handset

Of all the founding handset makers in the Open Handset Alliance, none has been keeping their plans under wraps better than LG.  Up until now, we’ve heard nothing officially from their camp in regards to upcoming handsets.  In fact, the only thing we could scrape together was the recent ...

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