Smartphones Partners Working on ‘College SuperFans’ Apps for over 80 Universities

Smartphones Technologies has announced that they are currently working on creating college sports apps for over 80 different universities.  The apps will bear the name of  “College SuperFans” when they arrive and will give users breaking news, live game tracking, scoreboards, and ...

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Forget Text, Use Robo.to for Video Status Updates!

San Francisco-based web and mobile app company Particle has just unveiled their Android app, Robo.to.  Forget tweets and status updates with boring text.   Using Robo.to one can record and broadcast 3-second video clips as status updates from their Android handset. Why bother reading about your ...

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Shop AndroidGuys! Dane-Elec 16GB microSDHC Card

Ask around and you’ll find the general consensus is that most Android owners would love more storage.  While many phones come with 2-4GB microSD cards, a lot of you opt to replace it right of the bat.  Did you know that you could buy accessories for all Android phones from our own store?  ...

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Distimo Study Reveals A Great Deal About The Android Market

Distimo, a Dutch app store analytics firm, has finally completed their research on the six major mobile app stores: iTunes App Store, BlackBerry App World, Google Android Market, Nokia Ovi Store, Palm App Catalog and Windows Marketplace for Mobile.  Their findings analyzed store size, store ...

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SugarSync Unveils ‘Upload by Email’

SugarSync Inc., providers of  digital backup and syncing, have announced their latest feature called ‘Upload by Email’.  As the name implies, it works by simply sending an email attachment to a special email address.  The file gets applied to a dedicated folder and is immediately available on ...

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Nexus One Event Canceled in China

Well folks it seems that the relationship between China and Google has gotten even lower.  According to Android Central, Google has reportedly canceled a Nexus One developer event in Beijing.  Apparently Google was set to introduce the Nexus One along with other latest and greatest Android ...

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Philips’ Announces Android-Based ‘GoGear Connect’

At their Winter Media 2010 event, Philips unveiled an Android-based media player/navigation device called the GoGear Connect. Due out in the summer, the unit features a 3.2-inch HVGA touchscreen, 8GB internal memory, WiFi and GPS. Using a microphone and a WiFi connection, it would be possible ...

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Rumor: HTC Desire to AT&T, Legend to Sprint

The two new Android handsets from HTC, the Legend and Desire, appear to have their US destinations already mapped out.  According to Boy Genius Report, the Desire will be headed for AT&T when it arrives here in the states.  Rumored to maintain the Desire branding, it will also find itself a ...

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App Review: WikiPock

While browsing through the AndroidGuys accessory store I came across an app that quickly grabbed my attention.  WikiPock takes the massiveness of the Wikipedia online database and shrinks it down to 4GB so that it easily fits on a standard memory card.  The idea of having the entire Wikipedia ...

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Listen Up! Podcast #41 is On Demand

Our latest podcast, #40, is in the can and available for downloads and streaming.  There was quite a bit to cover as we came out of Mobile World Congress.  Joining us this week were Sam and Nicole as well as Nick Gray (HTC Source), and Andrew Kamika (Androinica).  Lisa Campbell stopped by to ...

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Go Ahead, Have a One Nightstand

Since very few of us get to wake up whenever we feel like it, we tend to rely on alarm clocks to drag us out of bed.  I’m sure I am not alone here when I say that my phone has replaced my traditional clock on my night stand. I’ve been using the stock alarm... Read More

Handling Multiple Screen Sizes, Part Three

Learn how to handle multiple screen sizes within your Android project, in today's part of an ongoing series of posts, in today's episode of Building 'Droids!

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Slacker Radio 2.0 Allows Station Caching for Listening Without a Connection

Slacker, Inc. has finally pulled the curtain back and announced their v2.0 of their software for Android handsets.  The big update in this new version is that Slacker Radio Plus subscribers have the ability to cache their favorite stations onto their Android phones whether or there’s a ...

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FarmVille on Nexus One Signals Death of Productivity [VIDEO]

Taimur Asad of Redmond Pie has been playing with the HTC Desire ROM on his Nexus One these last few days.  As many of you might know, it features Adobe’s Flash Player 10.1 as part of the build.  So what’s the best way to test out how well that works?  Log into Facebook and play... ...

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Rogers Scores Exclusive Deal for Acer’s Liquid e

Rogers will be the first carrier to offer Acer’s Liquid e handset in the coming spring. Not only will this be the first Android 2.1 handset in North America*, but it also marks the first Acer device to hit the continent as well. The Liquid e features a Snapdragon processor running at ...

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