App Review: I-Play Bowling Android

The people over at I-play have released a bowling game called I-Play Bowling. The game is available in two versions: Standard and HD. The difference between the two versions is a better graphic layout for the HD version, if your phone can support it. I had the opportunity to check this game ...

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Motorola Sage Teases Us with a Blurry Snapshot

Another Motorola handset has been spotted in the wild. Expected for AT&T, the Sage features familiar yet unique form factor with MOTOBLUR.

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Copy Paste It Adds Copy/Paste Across the Whole Android System

Android has had cut/paste functionality since day one, but sometimes it is limited to cutting and pasting within an individual app or functionality on our handsets. The video below highlights a new app from Edward Kim called Copy Paste It that brings universal cut-and-paste functionality to ...

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Official Froyo 2.2 for EVO 4G

The guys over at XDA Developers have released information about the 2.2 update for the HTC EVO 4G by Sprint.  As we mentioned before, the official release is going live starting today, August 2, but EVO users can grab it now.  This file has NOT been rooted, so if you install it on a rooted... ...

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Droid Does Everything…. Except Tethering

Phone Scoop is reporting today that when the Motorola Droid gets Froyo later on, it will not have the native tether, nor the wi-fi hotspot capabilities.  The reason?  Check this quote out: The Motorola Droid, however, will not offer these features. Verizon Wireless spokesperson Brenda Raney ...

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“Don’t Hold Your Breath” is the Word on Galaxy Tab Announcement for August 11th

Recently there have been some suggestions that we may see Samsung announce it’s new hotness, the Galaxy Tab tablet during it’s press conference on August 11th.  Kyle over at thedroidguy.com is saying that no-how no-way are we going to see an announcement of this device so soon. ...

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Sprint Opens Up Epic 4G Promo Site

For all you Sprint customers that are waiting for your version of the Samsung Galaxy S, there is a sign today that we are indeed getting closer and closer to launch day.  The new promo site for the Epic 4G is now live for you to go drool over.  It gives a demonstration of how... Read More

Live in London? Use Android to find a Cycle Hire.

This one took me a little bit to understand being the red-blooded American that I am, but once I did, I realized how cool it is!  In London, England, there is something called the Barclay’s London Cycle Hire Scheme, where residents of the city can be directed to different places where ...

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YouMail Updates their Android App, Making it Faster

In a press release, YouMail has announced that they have updated their Android App, making faster and giving it more functionality.  YouMail has been seen as an alternative to Google Voice (although I am not sure why you would need an alternative), and is boasting that it has routed over 350 ...

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Nielson: Android Outsells iPhone Handsets During Q2 (US)

Fact: Android is hot.  No longer consider a fledgling platform, Google’s mobile OS is taking off faster than ever.  At nearly two years in, handsets are moving briskly and competition is heating up.  Not only do we see Android phones pitted against Windows Mobile and iPhone, but now ...

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McAfee Acquires WaveSecure Maker tenCube

McAfee, Inc. announced they have entered into an agreement to acquire the privately owned tenCube, developer of WaveSecure, one of the winners of ADC2. McAfee is expanding its abilities in the mobile space with the acquisition, and they intend to leverage this as a single platform from consumer ...

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App Review: Spotify

I love music, but being a student, more often than not I can’t afford to buy the latest album I want to listen to. For example, I wanted to buy 5 or so albums to take with me on holiday last week, which would have cost around £30. Instead, I decided to buy a month... Read More

Android up 350% in the U.K.

Android sales have sky rocketed here in the U.K. by a whopping 350%, pushing Android’s share of the mobile contract market from 3% in the first quarter of the year to 13.2% in the second. The stats come from GfK Retail and Technology Global, the German global knowledge provider. While ...

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Send to Phone Extension Adds “Chrome to Phone” Functionality

One of the features in Froyo that is dead useful is the Chrome to Phone extension, allowing you to send pretty much any kind of info while you are browsing to your Froyo based Android handset.  Up until now, the functionality has been limited to Google’s Chrome brower, but according to ...

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New Build of Fennec Released and It’s Getting Quite Good

A brand spanking new version of Fennec, the mobile version of Mozilla’s Firefox currently in development for Android devices, has been released.  As many of you may or may not now, it is still currently in the pre-alpha to alpha stages, but it is getting a lot better.  With this new version we ...

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