Adobe Demos Flash 10.1 on the Motorola Droid X

Even though the  Droid X won’t be launching with Flash 10.1, seeing it in action on the Droid X is still something to get excited about. That’s a 4.3-inch screen of sexy!  Check out the Adobe demo above. Pretty impressive! I don’t know about you, but I can’t wait for the Droid ...

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FUEL TV App Arrives For Android

FUEL TV just announced the release of their Android application which boasts nine video channels, live streaming, search filters, and free ringtones. Fans can also enable a feature that will update them when there’s breaking sports news or new shows become available.  Feel like sharing?  ...

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All Slots Mobile Casino Helps Get Your Gamble On

All Slots Casino announced Monday they are taking their web-based gaming system directly to Android devices.  Instead of playing games through the browser, users will be able to download the casino application to their handset.  David Brickman, the Jackpot Factory’s Vice President of ...

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Best Buy Goofs Up, Sells Intercept Early

Accidents do happen!  Apparently the Samsung Intercept escaped a Best Buy Mobile booth a little sooner than its July 11th launch date.  It seems a Best Buy Mobile employee sold the phone for $100 without realizing it hadn’t been launched yet.  According to the reviewer’s Youtube ...

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Verizon Releases Droid X Video to Tell Us “This Phone is Awesome!” [VIDEO]

Verizon just published a new video on their YouTube channel dedicated to their forthcoming Droid X handset.  The four minute clip gives us a really good look at the ins and outs of the device and focuses on the multimedia capabilities of the phone.  Thankfully, Blake tells us that the Droid X ...

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Popular Facebook App “Bloo” Goes Open Source

Bloo developer Dimitris Couchell recently announced he is making his popular Facebook application open source.  Couchell cites lack of time as the main reason for making the source code available and who can blame him.  He recently started working for Logitech helping to develop their version ...

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Motorola Charm Hitting T-Mobile Stores, On Sale Soon?

Don’t tell your school-aged kids and siblings, but some retailers are already considering this to be back-to-school time.  Having said that, it would be no surprise to learn that T-Mobile  stores have started receiving their shipments of Charm demo handsets.  As we mentioned earlier this ...

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Twidroid Acquired, to be Bundled with Millions of New Devices

The first recognized name in Android twitter clients, Twidroid has been acquired by TweetUp.  Rebranded as Twidroyd, the highly rated application is expected to come preloaded on “millions of upcoming Android phones” from top players in the industry.  Why the name change?  ...

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Android Boosts HTC Q2 Earnings

Thanks to phones like the Droid Incredible, EVO 4G, and Nexus One, Taiwanese handset maker HTC just announced a fantastic second quarter. Sales are up 58 percent year-to-year with net profit growing 33 percent over the same time frame. Of course HTC still uses Windows Mobile for some of their ...

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PriceGrabber’s Android App Released

Popular online shopping site, PriceGrabber.com has announced the release of their native Android application. Much like the online shopping experience, the app lets users search, compare, and purchase products from a catalog that spans 25 categories and 11,000 merchants. If you’re looking ...

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HTC Releases Kernel Source Code for EVO 4G, HTC Hero

Good news for the Android developer community, HTC has finally released the source code for the Android 2.1 build of the HTC Hero.  While they were at it, HTC dropped the kernel for the EVO 4G.  Developers have been anxiously awaiting news of the source code and kernel so they can start ...

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LG Launches Optimus Series of Android Devices

Yesterday LG unveiled the Optimus line of Android devices which they claim will highlight the company’s ability to produce devices that “tame consumers’ information-dominated lives.” The Optimus line will feature ten new Android devices, one of which will be a tablet. It ...

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Next T-Mobile Sidekick Devices to Feature Android?

We’ve all seen this coming for awhile now. T-Mobile’s popular Sidekick brand has officially been temporarily discontinued. The Sidekick line was particularly popular with the deaf community, as a voice plan was not required for a contract or pre-paid agreement.  My father is deaf ...

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Android 3.0 Launch to Coincide with Google’s Music Service

It looks as though last week Android product manager Gaurav Jain has confirmed that the availability of Android 3.0 (Gingerbread) will coincide with the launch of Google’s music service this holiday season.  In an interview with top Israeli financial newspaper Calcalist, Jain said the ...

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Back to School Sale Inlcudes Motorola Charm

Happy 4th of July weekend to everyone! TmoNews has posted the above picture, which shows that T-Mobile will be offering up the Motorola Charm free for the upcoming back-to-school season. This clashes with previous rumors that place it at $75, but we won’t complain about a free phone.  The ...

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