You Tell Us: What’s Your Favorite Food Related App?

In preparation for tonight’s podcast, we’d like to see what your favorite Android application is when it comes to food.  Do you use it to count calories?  Does it help you book tables at a local restaurant?  Did you use it for a recipe over the 4th of July weekend? Tell us! Leave a ...

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HTC Aria Review

Android is now live on AT&T with the new HTC Aria! OK, that may not be completely true since Motorola launched the Backflip on AT&Ts network a few months ago, but if any of you have actually played with that phone, you know that’s it’s likely the worst Android phone ever ...

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App Review: ProOnGo Expense

ProOnGo has developed a great expense tracking program that utilizes your phone’s camera to “scan” a receipt, and upload it to their server, and then shoot it back to your phone with fields such as name of venue and total spent auto-populated.    There are different tiers of ...

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60 Best Medical Apps for Android

The very ambitious team over at EHR Software Advice have put together a list of the “60 Best Medical Apps” for Android phones.  Why do we view classify this as ambitious?  That’s easy.  They took the time to manually cull through 1,200 “Health” applications in the ...

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Good News, Bad News: Fring

Multi-platform chat and video chat service Fring has see their share of good news and not-so-good news over the last week.  First, it was announced last week that customers with Apple’s iOS4 platform could make and receive video calls with the cool kids on Android.  Even better was the ...

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Entry-Level Motorola Phone Spied with Verizon Branding

Yet another Android-powered handset from Motorola has been unearthed.  The Verizon-bound WX445 appears to be a budget-conscious phone, reminiscent of the Palm Pre Plus.  According to an Engadget source, the device features a screen around 2.5 inches and 3 inches, runs Android 2.1 with MotoBlur, ...

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Google to relent and finally let tablets get the Android Market?

Liliputing is reporting that the Android Market may well be on its way to Android tablets like the Archos 5 and 7, and the Camangi WebStation.  In the beginning, the Market was distributed to devices that bore the “with Google” stamp of approval but this may be a harbinger to the ...

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App Inventor for Android

Google just released App Inventor for Android, a web based application builder that will help aspiring young developers create Android applications with just few drags and drops and no need to learn Java or type one line of code. There are plenty of tutorials and samples to help set up your ...

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Romancing the Stone: The Project Emerald Saga

As many of our readers here at Android Guys know, Project Emerald is something of an obsession for me as a writer and T-Mo Android user.  The number one question of course is “what in the world is Project Emerald?!?!” Is it a tablet?  Is it a new Sidekick?  Is it the long awaited ...

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The Bird is the Word: Part I (Twitter Reviews)

Seesmic Review Welcome to part one of the official AndroidGuys Twitter application face-off! During the course of the next four days we will review four of the top Twitter applications for Android, beginning with the fourth best application and ending with the best Twitter application for ...

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Droid X Bootloader Encrypted, Custom ROMs Probably Not Happening

One of of the best Droid developers in the game, Stephen Bird, recently  had a chance to dig into the Droid X system dump and confirmed what many of us had feared.  Yes, that’s right, the Droid X is locked down Motorola Milestone style, locked bootloader and all.  In fact, it is the same ...

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CyanogenMod Froyo ROMs Released for Nexus One, HTC Dream, and HTC Magic

CyanogenMod-6.0.0 RC1 was released early this morning, with builds for the Nexus One, HTC Dream and HTC Magic.  You can download the new builds both XDA-Developers and Cyanogen directly, this includes the Nexus One rom , XDA Developers (N1, D/M) and the best ROM manager on the planet. ...

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Acer beTouch E130 Hits FCC

The Acer’s beTouch E130 made a stop over at the FCC to get handled last week.  The device has a very similar look to the Blackberry and has a full QWERTY portrait keyboard.  Under the hood is Android 1.6, 416MHz processor, 256MB of RAM, 512MB of ROM, 3.2MP camera and WiFi. While that ...

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Ebay for Android Now Available in Australia, Canada, & UK

BusinessWire is reporting that eBay has updated their popular eBay for Android app. It’s now available in Australia, the UK, and Canada, as well as the United States, of course. The eBay app has gone international with this update, adding these 3 fine countries to its repertoire.  With ...

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Backdoor Found in HTC EVO & Sprint Hero, Exploited to Gain Root Access

The development team calling themselves unrevoked discovered an executable binary called skyagent in the HTC EVO and the Sprint Hero. A second executable binary called hstools was also found in the HTC EVO. In addition to other capabilities, both binaries allowed access to the root of the ...

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