Nexus One Shows up in Sprint CelleBrite Unit

The excitement continues to mount as I “patiently” await what will most likely be my next phone. We’ve known for a good month that Sprint will support the Nexus One. But, we have yet to get any solid leads regarding a release date. AndroidCentral is now reporting a tweet from ...

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Enabling the Ecosystem: Snaptic, Part Two

Want to integrate note-taking into your Android application? Consider integrating with 3banana from Snaptic -- we profile what this means in part two of an Enabling the Ecosystem interview in today's episode of Building 'Droids!

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Google Redesigns ‘Compose’ Page in Gmail for Mobile

Google is constantly tweaking their Gmail for mobile site, adding nifty little features here and there to improve the experience.  Last week saw some subtle changes to the page for composing new messages.  One of the new features is that the address field automatically expands, allowing users ...

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Android Fragmentation Dwindling

The device dashboard over at the official Android Developers site has been updated after months of inactivity.  With the Motorola Droid recently getting bumped up to Android 2.1 over the last couple of weeks, it’s no surprise that Android had dwindled down to 3 major builds (1.5, 1.6, and ...

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Introducing AndroidGals.com!

We’re very proud today to be able to introduce our new endeavor, AndroidGals.  We’ve put together a fantastic new site that we think will play well for both newbies and enthusiasts and alike. So what is AndroidGals?

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Slacker Radio Plus Giveaway!

We’re pleased to announce another giveaway of Slacker Radio Plus accounts!  If you’re not familiar with the streaming music service and Android application, it allows for personalized radio stations built around artists, songs, and genres.  The Radio Plus accounts give you all the ...

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Motorola Revises Android 2.1 Details for Handsets

Motorola has updated the timeline for rolling out Android 2.1 to their various handsets.  We now have details and a window of expectation for each of their phones, including the recent Cliq XT. Strangely, the latest T-Mobile handset is slated to get an update a full quarter before ...

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Quick Look: Grade Ticker (Video Demo)

Grade Ticker is a simple, but incredibly useful app for professors and teachers. Leave it open next to you as you grade an exam and tally the point deductions as you go. Eliminating the need to go back and do the math after each exam really starts to add up when you have 90+ students.... Read More

Enabling the Ecosystem: Snaptic, Part One

Want to integrate note-taking into your Android application? Consider integrating with 3banana from Snaptic -- we profile what this means in part one of an Enabling the Ecosystem interview in today's episode of Building 'Droids!

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Camangi Tweaks Webstation, Still Has Long Road Ahead

Camangi is sending out emails today in an effort to let people know about their revised Android-based Webstation.  According to the hardware maker, the new version of their tablet features a firmware update as well as some preloaded applications.  We did some checking around and found that and ...

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Fatal Assumptions: Touch

The Fatal Assumptions blog post series will review some assumptions Android application developers may make, and why those assumptions may harm their app’s acceptance, immediately or in the near future. Right now, every major Android device has a touchscreen. I say “major” ...

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Mint App Will Come to Android

There’s good news for those Android users who are looking for a budgeting and expense tracking app! Mint, the company behind the popular finance app that has been very successful on the iPhone platform is coming to the Android Market.

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Intel Ports Android to Atom-Based Smart Phones

After dominating the desktop market for years, Intel recognizes they have a long road ahead of them in terms of smart phones.  Android, as a platform, was initially designed to run on handsets powered by processors made with Arm technology.  Because of this, Arm has been enjoying a 98% mobile ...

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What is the ‘Genius Button’?

The recent images of the myTouch Slide have given us the best look at the phone to date.  There’s one thing we’ve not seen discussed elsewhere so we’re calling on you to help.  If you look to the bottom right of the physical buttons, you’ll see a lime green button with a ...

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LG Handset Showing in Verizon inventory, is it the Aloha?

Phonearena.com is reporting that they have gotten an anonymous tipster sent along the image to the left.  Look closely and you will see LG VS740 with Google as being listed in their system.  Of course there is very little other information on what handset it is exactly, but this image may be ...

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