Latest Sprint Ad Shows Off EVO 4G Features [VIDEO]

I happened across this ad tonight on YouTube, realized it hasn’t been covered elsewhere, so I felt compelled to share it with you guys.  Here’s the latest Sprint ad which shows the EVO 4G in all its splendor.  Watch the 30 second TV spot and see how Sprint plans to brag about all ...

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IBM Releases Beta Version of Lotus Notes Traveler, Targets Business Market

IBM recently announced a beta version of their Lotus Notes Traveler for Android handsets.  The app works much like their iPhone title and is designed to be a free collaboration tool with two-way synchronization of e-mail, calendar and contacts.  

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Full Page NYT Ad Shows Droid X: “Hold the Phone Any Way You Like it”

Take a look at a full-page New York Times ad  featuring the forthcoming Droid X.  We didn’t realize it at the time, but there’s something really awesome about the phone that was overlooked on launch day.  Apparently, the phone is designed in a way that allows the user to decide how ...

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PSA: HTC EVO 4G Back in Stock

Just a quick little post to let you know the popular EVO 4G is now back in stock.  If you count yourself among those who have been patiently waiting to get your hands on one, we suggest you act fast.  Who knows exactly how long these will be available.  If we were you, I’d maybe... Read More

Did Overwhelming Demand Halt Droid X Pre-Sales at Best Buy?

Less than a week after Best Buy and Best Buy Mobile stores began accepting pre-orders for the Droid X handset, word is coming down that future orders are being halted.  According to Droid Life, they’ve been informed by at least three sources that pre-sales have been stopped because of ...

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Surprise! Motorola Delays Cliq, Cliq XT 2.1 Update on Last Day of Quarter!

If you didn’t see this coming, you are a liar.  As much as everyone wanted to believe Motorola would roll Android 2.1 out to Cliq and Cliq XT handsets this quarter, we really didn’t expect it to happen.  Official word coming out of the handset maker is that the update is being ...

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Samsung Confirms Galaxy S Series Phones to See Android 2.2

Samsung was in New York last night to official kick off the various Galaxy S handsets headed for your (US) carrier of choice.  Without giving us the prices and launch dates we’d been hoping for, we’re left waiting on carriers to make announcements.  T-Mobile is the first out of the ...

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Rumor: Android 3.0 “Gingerbread” to Have Minimum Hardware Requirements

According to rumors currently hitting the internet, the Android team will be imposing specific hardware requirements on handsets if they expect to run Android 3.0.  Rumored to be the Gingerbread release, this could go a long way to ensuring handsets don’t quickly fall by the wayside.  ...

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IMDB Releases Official Android App

Movie buffs and trivia fans around the world are advised to check out the new IMDB application for Android.  Written for phones running Android 1.6 (Donut) or higher, the native app provides access to  over 1.5 million movie and TV titles as well as more than 3.2 million celebrities, actors, ...

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Performance Update to Xperia X10 Rolling Out “Over Coming Weeks”

The official Sony Ericsson Product Blog is reporting that the summer update for the Xperia X10 is expected to begin rolling out over the “coming weeks”.   Focusing on improving the overall performance and speed of the handset, the update has already started for select markets.  Sony ...

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HTC Evo 4G Recieves Froyo-less Update

Sprint updated the HTC EVO 4G Monday with a small software update of 21.43MB, called System Upgrade 1.47.651.1. According to Boy Genius Report, it is supposed to improve wi-fi performance, fix Exchange Active Sync issues, and make Facebook not murder the phone’s meager battery life. The ...

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Google Docs Viewer for Mobile

Good news is upon us for Google Docs users.  One can now go to docs.google.com from your Android (or other mobile device) browser, and view native Google Docs documents as well as  .pdf, .ppt, and .doc(x) files previously uploaded to your Docs account, in a mobile-optimized viewer. ...

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Root Your HTC Evo 4G the Easy Way With “Simple Root”

Thanks to the diligent and genius work of XDA users jiqqaman,  Mast3rpyrO, webs05, toastcfh, Koush, and maejrep, the HTC Evo 4G can now be rooted using just one click.  That’s right, you can now root, unlock Nand, and even flash a Recovery Image with in just one tap! Are you as excited as ...

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Nokia N900 Gets a Taste of Froyo

While there is still some uncertainty as to what Android devices will be getting Froyo and when, Nokia N900 users can now get their hands on it (well, sort of).   That’s right,  the Nokia N900 has been hacked! AndroidCentral has reported that the “hackers’ choice” ...

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Handcase Launches Gune Search for Android

Brazilian company Handcase has devised a new way to conduct searches on your Android device. It’s called Gune, and it consults Google and Bing for the most popular results. Ricardo Garay, CEO of Handcase, explains their goal, “To optimize the time of the user and to provide a ...

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