Pader-Sync’s Mobile File Manager Apps Now Free for Personal Use

Pader-Sync‘s Mobile File Manager apps offer file transfer software for both commercial and personal Android users.  These applications are available in five versions and focus on secure and simple mobile access to file servers using protocols like FTP, SFTP(SSH), SMB and WebDAV. Deals, ...

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Thanks For Hanging In

I just wanted to drop a quick post in to thank you all for your patience.  We’re (finally) almost done with the site migration!  From here on out, the stuff that happens should be behind the scenes. I’d like to bring you up to speed with a couple of things that should result in ...

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Archos Tablet to Debut September 15

Archos is readying a September event for both Paris and London to kick off their Android tablet.   The expected hardware looks to be a 5″ WVGA screen, upwards of 500GB HDD, and 720p video with HDMI out.  Rumor has it that there will be Flash support as well. Deals, Discounts, Freebies, ...

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HTC Lancaster Bids Adieu

For reasons unknown, plans for the HTC Lancaster have been scrapped.  Poised to be one of AT&T’s first handsets to run Android, it’s saying goodbye before we even got to say hello.  We can’t exactly say we’re heartbroken over it though.  The screen size was a mere ...

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Huawei 8220 Confirmed as T-Mobile Pulse by FCC

Just mentioned a few days ago, the T-Mobile Pulse finds itself becoming a bit more official.  Thanks to a little bit of FCC approval, we’re seeing a clearer picture for the Huawei 8220 handset.  What’s known so far is that it will have HSDPA and Bluetooth.  Everything else is ...

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Please Pardon the Dust

If you tried to visit AndroidGuys yesterday, you were likely greeted with either a) a white, blank page or b) a site that looked like code vomit.  Sorry about that folks.  We’re in the middle of trying to get everything moved to a new host. As the interest in Android seems to compound ...

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G1, Tasty Treats, and Constraint-Based Engineering

Donut may not be available for the T-Mobile G1. Then again, it may.

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Presenting the Android Network Awards Winners

The results have been tallied.  After a week of public voting, your voices have been heard.  Here are the winners of the first ever Android Network Awards. Congratulations to all of you who helped make this a success.  What started out as just an idea blossomed into something great – ...

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HTC Expecting Double Digit Growth with Help from Click

The forthcoming HTC Click handset is expected to drop in around $300 before any subsidation.  That would put it a couple of hundred dollars less than the current models being offered and quite attractive to people looking for their next smart phone.   With such a low price tag,  HTC (High ...

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‘Sense’ to be Available for HTC Magic Handsets*

Good news for those of you who own the HTC Magic. HTC recently announced that they will soon be offering a free upgrade to HTC Magic owners on Chunghwa Telecom’s network. The upgrade will give them the same user experience/interface that’s found on the HTC Hero! They are, after all, ...

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Dell Handset Gets Official Unveiling – Hardly Worth the Hype

Now we understand why Dell’s earlier phone designs were met with less than enthusiastic results.  The Mini 3i has been shown around and it’s lacking a few features that many smart phone users have come to look for.  Noticeably absent are WiFi and 3G connectivity.  Ouch. Deals, ...

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Huawei’s 8220 Coming to T-Mobile as ‘Pulse’

The last half  of 2009 promises to be packed with Android handsets from (hopefully) all the major US carriers.  T-Mobile said they plan to offer handsets from 3 vendors this year, and many believe Huawei to be the one to join HTC and Motorola. The last time we checked in, we were talking ...

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Archos Opens AppsLib for Android Media Tablets

We’re still trying to verify this officially, but we wanted to share what we have so far – ARCHOS has partnered to create an alternative Android Market.  What makes this one so special is that it’s for devices running larger screens like media tablets, mobile internet ...

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Sholes: About that Name

How about a little light-hearted, interesting bit of triva to pass along today?  There’s a Motorola handset rumored to be landing on Verizon’s network later this year that goes by the codename/nickname of “Sholes”.  Strange name for a phone, isn’t it?  Well ...

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Dell’s ‘Launch Ready’ Benzine

Just a few days ago we brought word of Dell’s Mini3i, the OPhone-based handset head for China.  After about 18 months worth of rumors, we finally have an actual handset to talk about and not just speculation.    So, with that out of the way, let’s dig in a little deeper. First ...

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