Flash and Air Developers Finding it Easy to Port to Android.

Androidpolice.com is reporting that with the recent huge push from Adobe, application and game developers are having a breeze of a time porting over their Air and Flash apps to Android.  Most of the feedback of the process has been positive from devs, some even saying that their apps are ...

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Nook Firmware Update Adds Android Apps, Browser

Barnes & Noble recently rolled out a firmware update to their nook e-book reader and it features some nice changes. This latest version (v1.3) now features a  pair of Android games – Chess and Sudoku, as well as a beta web browser.  The browser comes as a result of may users asking to ...

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Sony X10 The GutReactionReview(TM) (Updated)

By: Michael Schmidt Okay, I’ve had the X10 since 8:30pm last night now (but I had to sleep some) so here is my initial GutReactionReview™. This will be quick, and mostly point form. It’s possible that any “problems” I list might have solutions, but the whole point is what the reaction of a ...

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Automatic App Updating Coming in Android 2.2

One Android feature that our readers have been asking for is the ability to update all applications and games to the latest release.   It’s not uncommon for the average user to see 15 or more notifications a day indicating new versions of downloaded apps.  As phones get bigger and allow ...

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Velocity Micro’s Cruz Tablet: Under $300 with Full Flash Support

With the market for Android-based tablets slowly picking up steam, Velocity Micro, a high-performance custom computer producer out of Richmond, VA, is entering the fray. Deals, Discounts, Freebies, and More! Click here to save today!

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Sprint Giving Away Ten EVO 4G Handsets

Attention Sprint Premiere customers:  Sprint has gone mad and is looking to give away 10 — that’s right 10!– EVO handsets, four tips to either Maui, Chicago, Las Vegas or Houston, and $4,000 in cash. Simply incredible! Why you might ask? Well, it is to celebrate the launching ...

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802.11n on Nexus One Coming Soon

Soon, more likely in one of the next Cyanogen releases, you will be able to use wireless networks on the 802.11n standard, which is faster and has a better range than the other wifi standards, with the Nexus One. This is also faster than any other standard supported by other  Android devices ...

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Adobe Previews Flash/AIR Games Coming to Android

If you’ve been wondering what Flash/AIR games were coming to Android when Flash 10.1 hits, today is your lucky day.  Thanks to Adobe Indie Developer Josh Tynjala we now have a idea of what is being planned. Remember, these apps were built using an early version of AIR, they will probably ...

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Thursday Night Podcast Tonight 7PM Pacific 10PM Eastern!

Haven’t listened to our Thursday Night Podcast live yet? You simply don’t know what you’re missing! We have a good time, give away tons of prizes, and feature incredible guests on the show all in an upbeat format. Tonight we’ll be covering: Deals, Discounts, Freebies, ...

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Update to HTC Legend Brings Missing Apps Back

We reported earlier this week that HTC Desire customers were frustrated after finding many popular apps were not available to them in the Android Market.  Apparently, Legend owners have the same gripe.  For the Desire, it was quickly found that the reason behind this was that Google had yet to ...

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Android Successfully Ported to iPhone

Well, it is official, Android has finally been ported over to the iPhone. Oh, and did I mention that it is dual-boot! This is something that is completely incredible and really made me drop my jaw.   Currently, the port is still in alpha despite most features working, but if you have a spare ...

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Rogers urMusic – Don’t Waste urTime

Just released a couple days ago, urMusic is a media player and mobile box office. The only issue is that it’s not that great. I applaud Rogers Wireless taking a particular interest in Android but it definitely could have been done a lot better. It is quite clear they took an application ...

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Telus Motorola Milestone, Get Some 2.1 Love

Droid owners got their update many weeks ago, now the Telus Motorola Milestone is up at bat. The update is not over-the-air (OTA) so don’t stop reading this post just yet. The update must be downloaded from the Motorola website and applied via computer. Visit the Motorola Support Website, ...

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Peer into the Looking Glass, New Dell Tablet Leaked

It has certainly been a huge leak day dealing with new Dell products!  The latest deals with their new tablet, called the Looking Glass which is pictured to the left. In a report on Engadget, the new Dell tablet is described as a bigger version of the Streak 5 that is due out in November. ... ...

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Dell’s “Non-Conforming” Smoke Aims For Corporate Sector

The worst part about leaking handsets to the internet is the seemingly endless waiting period until actual launch.  Take for instance the Dell Smoke.  Not due until second quarter of 2011, we’re now forced to sit on our hands for a year.  A year!?  Thanks for nothing Engadget! Deals, ...

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