BREAKING: Froyo Code Being Published to AOSP Right Now

At the Google I/O conference, Google announced that Froyo code would be released to the open source community in “the coming weeks.” Many were beginning to wonder just how many weeks that would take. But the wait is over: Froyo code is beginning to be dropped into the Android Open ...

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So I Bumped Into Mr. BlurryCam This Morning…

Today marks the triumphant return of Mr. Blurrycam. While riding the train this morning, I was fortunate enough to catch the Droid X being used by an unassuming individual. “This is the perfect opportunity to test the EVO’s 8MP camera!” I thought. I was sitting on the upper ...

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Hack Pushes EVO 4G over 30FPS Limit

About two weeks ago we reported on the framerate issue that plagued the new EVO 4G.  For those not familiar, it was found that the new super phone was limited to 30 frames per second both in 2D (Canvas) and 3D (openGL) modes while last year’s HTC Hero was able to hit 54fps.  While this... ...

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Download This: Wapedia

Everyone uses Wikipedia to get basic information on practically anything.  Wapedia, developed by Taptu, is the best client bringing Wikipedia to your mobile phone with an amazing interface and a simple layout. If you want to conclude heated arguments with friends on the go, Wapedia is what you ...

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Mark The Spot from AT&T Finally Makes its Way to Android

The AT&T network-monitoring app that originally debuted for the iPhone has arrived in the Android Market this week, according to Engadget. In a similar fashion to crash reports on your computer, Mark The Spot allows you to provide AT&T with valuable location-specific information when ...

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Google Maps 4.3 Released, Includes Optimized Ratings for Places and Latitude Suggestions

Google has pushed out version 4.3 of the increasingly useful Google Maps application for Android handsets.  If you are running 1.6 or higher, you are advised to immediately download the latest release.  There are three  improvements/additions to the Maps you’ve grown to love over the last ...

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Samsung Behold II Starts Rolling Out its Final Update (1.6)

T-Mobile customers with Samsung Behold II handsets are seeing their first, and final, update this week.  Android 1.6 Donut is hitting phones over the next few days and it’s bringing a few extra goodies along.  Aside from the standard Android fare of Google Maps Navigation, Google Voice ...

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Google Voice Open to Everyone (in the US)

Starting today, Google Voice is open to the public. No need for an invitation. Google Voice is a service provided by Google that lets users customize their telephone experience by giving them one number that can forward to a number of different devices based on user preferences such as time of ...

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T-Mobile Vibrant (Galaxy S) Prepping for July 21 Arrival

T-Mobile’s version of the Samsung Galaxy S looks as if it will be called the Vibrant when it arrives July 21st.  Cell Phone Signal has been sent some official looking pictures of the device along with details of pre-loaded applications and services.  According to their sources, the T959 ...

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Adobe Flash Player 10.1 Available for Mobile Platform Partners

No longer a beta project, Adobe has officially announced the availability of the Flash Player 10.1 today.  This means that developers and partners are now hard at work to bring us “rich applications and content inside the browser including games, animations, rich Internet applications ...

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SlingPlayer Mobile for Android Launching Tomorrow in Android Market

Engadget is reporting that Sling is launching SlingPlayer Mobile for Android tomorrow for $29.99.   According to both Engadget and Sling the app has improved greatly since the public beta concluded. Furthermore, Sling claims they’ve specifically worked to improve load and response times ...

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AMOLED vs. LCD vs. Super AMOLED in Direct Sunlight-FIGHT!

I have to say, I really love my Nexus One AMOLED screen.  It really looks amazing.  However, the one thing I really hate about it is the fact that in direct sunlight, the screen is barely visible, hazy.  Since the launch of the Nexus One, we have seen something Samsung is touting called a ...

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MyTouch 3G Slide Rooted!

That’s right, just days after its release, the T-Mobile MyTouch 3G Slide has been rooted! Eugene373 and BrokenSanity of XDA Developers (where else?) have apparently gained root access to Magenta’s new flagship Android device. As of now, no ROMs or themes have been released, but that ...

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Confirmed: Droid X Twitter Account Real

We were the first site to bring you the news this morning about a Twitter account we found hidden in the new Droid X commercial.  At the time we reported it, we were the first account to follow them but the numbers quickly rose.  (I mean really, what’s the worst that could happen? )  ...

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Barnes & Noble Update 3G Nook, Release WiFi-Only Version

Barnes & Noble have released a new WiFi-only version of their Android-powered nook eReader at the very enticing price point of $149.99.  Essentially, the only difference between this and the original is the connection.  Speaking of the original, the 3G & WiFi capable model has dropped ...

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