Are We on Eve of Donut Rollout?

You smell that?  We’re beginning to detect a hint of donut essence.  We get the feeling that we’re going to be seeing the 1.6 rollout any day now. We received an email from one of our readers pointing out a recent update to the T-Mobile MyAccount application.  He noticed that the ...

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Motorola (Tao) Sholes in the Wild [UPDATED]

New images have emerged showing the Motorola Tao (Sholes) running around somewhere in Georgia.  The pictures don’t do the handset justice as most of them are focused on the screen’s images and not the phone.  We can tell from the pictures that it has Android 1.6 (or higher) by the ...

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Truphone Announces Reworked Version of Android App

Truphone, a global mobile communications provider, has announced a significantly revised version of their Android app.    Claiming to be faster, more responsive and easier to use, Truphone believes that their all-in-one conversations hub is the best experience one can have in terms of ...

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The Perfect Mobile OS Deserves the Perfect Phone. This Is It.

I loved the Palm OS, but the honeymoon faded quickly.  Same story with Windows mobile.  I had high hopes for the gargantuan in Redmond’s foray into the mobile world only to be disappointed.  It wasn’t long before I was looking for something better.  Android is a different story. We are ...

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App Review: Light Racer 3D

We all know that games are scarce on Android, especially 3D games. iPhone users have boasted about 3D games via OpenGL 2.0 for quite a long time, but we’ve had MMS ;). Metal Gear Solid and Assassins Creed have graced the iPhone in 3D but not Android. The Assassins Creed for Android is ...

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App Review: Flyscreen for Android

Flyscreen is a screen lock replacement application that will change the way you think about your lock screen. I have to say for all the time that I have been playing with the application it has really won me over. See the full video review and let us know what you think of Flyscreen. Deals,... ...

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App Review: Pandora for Android

Pandora, the popular ad-supported music streaming service, has now been available for the Android platform for over two weeks. In this review I’ll discuss some highlights and opportunities for improvement which we will hopefully see in future versions to come (reviewing version 1.0.0). ...

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Android Will Make Verizon Relevant

Wired Gadget Lab recently said what a lot of people are thinking: Why does Verizon “have the worst smartphones?” Verizon’s take? “Customers don’t care about phones. They care about the network and our network is the best.” Ok, so they didn’t really say ...

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Google Wave Being Released to Beta Testers Tomorrow

CNN is reporting that Google is getting ready to release a beta build to 100,000 testers this Wednesday.  Google Wave has been a highly anticipated app from the search giant, and is a program that is reported to have some Android connectivity as well. What is Google Wave?  Deals, Discounts, ...

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No Pandora for Hero Users?

Update: A Pandora rep explains that “some developer or unlocked phones will not be able to see the app in the Android market.” We’re hearing that the excellent streaming music app from Pandora is not available in the Android Market if you’re using a Hero. This is a very ...

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Was Google’s Hand Too Heavy?

AndroidGuy was formed in the backroom of a T-Mobile retail store in early November 2007. I, along with Scott and a few others were giddy about the prospect of owning a mobile device with little to no restrictions. We would be able to run any flavor of the Android platform that we so desired ...

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App Review: BubbleBeats

BubbleBeats describes itself as “interactive jukebox tailored for Android devices that makes organizing music … fun.” Let’s start with what BubbleBeats does.  BubbleBeats is an app to organize the music on your phone into playlists.  Think about that for a second.  On the ...

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ODROID Pre-Orders Announced for Korean Developers, Limited to 300

A platform development version of the ODROID device was announced for preorder in Korea today. Limited to Korean developers, there only 300 units up for grabs.  The ODROID development device sells for roughly $320 US dollars.  Today’s event was hosted by Korean blog Aesop.   Preorders ...

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T-Mobile Starts the Countdown for Cliq Pre-Orders

In terms of hype, nothing beats an actual launch date for a new flagship phone.   Pre-order dates come close, but what happens until then?  What are we fanboys and fangirls to do until we have something to sign up for?  A recent trend is putting up countdown timers for pre-sales and orders ...

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Motorola Cliq Box Leaked

The box artwork for the upcoming Motorola Cliq has been unearthed, thanks to a Leakdroid tipster.  Looking very sexy in the black box, potential customers will see some of the more popular apps to come preloaded on the handset.  All of the MOTOBLUR integrated apps are featured prominently on ...

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