Think about whether you really need to have code run right when the phone boots, in a Code Pollution post in today’s episode of Building ‘Droids!
This has been one of the busiest Saturdays in recent AndroidGuys memory, but we’re not complaining.Â All the news so far has been of the good persuasion.Â If this next
We just had some very interesting news come across our desk regarding the Xperia X10 from Sony Ericsson.Â The much lusted-after handset with the top-dollar price tag is due sometime
Hartmut Neven heads up a team of Google-folk working on a yet another awesome bit of technology. It’s called “visual search” and it works by tying the cameras in your
For those of you interested in the Android-based nook from Barnes & Noble, you’ll be happy to learn the following bit of information. Display models of nooks will be delivered
SugarSync, a file sync service, recently announced an update that gives users the ability to sync folders between SD cards on Android phone and a user’s computer.Â It’s now possible
Just got an email from Verizon I thought I would share with you Android Guys and Gals. Forgive me for sounding like a sales man, but, for three days only
Verizon’s Droid is currently the only handset in the US to run the latest version of Android, but that will soon change. According to a Verizon Wireless spokesperson, their Droid
One of the more popular mobile music and radio apps to come out these last few years is Clear Channel’s iheartradio. Long available for Blackberry and iPhone, it’s about to
We just received an email from the fine folks over at Camangi, advising that their WebStation is now available for pre-order.Â The only problem is that when we click on
Engadget Mobile was passed along a video of the Zii TRINITY concept phone getting some hands on treatment.Â As you’ll see in the 2:00 minute clip below, the unit is
Stitcher 1.0 for Android provides the same great personalized audio streaming that iPhone, Symbian, and Blackberry owners have enjoyed for some time now. Â The popular program allows a user to
A few years ago before the iPhone became the “iPhone,” I remember hearing about an Apple device that would be a converged device of a phone and an iPod. Â Crazy
Geocaching is a high-tech treasure hunting game played throughout the world by adventure seekers equipped with GPS devices. The basic idea is to locate hidden containers, called geocaches, outdoors and then share your experiences online. Geocaching is enjoyed by people from all age groups, with a strong sense of community and support for the environment.