T-Mobile Launching Motorola Charm On August 25th

The pint sized Motorola Charm, a phone a lot of people have been asking about, has finally been made official by T-Mobile. That’s right, earlier today, via Twitter, T-Mobile announced the launch of the T-Mobile Motorola Charm.  You can pick this little guy up on August 25th for $75 on ...

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FCC Leaks Another Archos Device

Last week, we told you about the Archos 32, a small internet tablet that was leaked. Well, we found another one, the Archos A28, and guess who’s to blame for this one getting out? You got it, the FCC. The A28 is a very small tablet that sports a 2.8-inch touchscreen, which is pretty ...

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Twidroyd Adds Full TweetPhoto Support

Twidroyd (formerly Twidroid) is one of the most popular Twitter clients for Android. It’s full of usability and functionality. And it just got even better. TweetUp, Inc., makers of Twidroyd, announced Monday that the new version of their app will fully integrate the TweetPhoto service. ...

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Introducing the T-Mobile G2! The Revolution Continues with First HSPA+ Handset

T-Mobile has come out and officially named the G2 as their first HSPA+ handset. If you head tofirst-hspa-smartphone.t-mobile.com this morning, you'll be redirected to g2.t-mobile.com where interested parties can sign up for more information. The carrier is sending out emails teasing the ...

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More HTC Codenames to Watch For

I don't know about the rest of my AndroidGuys staff, but I love to hear of new codenames for handsets. Call me whatever you want, but there's just something cool about project names and rumored phones. You can imagine my joy when I found four new HTC names in my inbox this morning.

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T-Mobile’s Rugged, Waterproof Motorola Jordan

Ever find yourself at the bottom of a swimming pool thinking, “I really need to tweet this“?  You’ll be happy to learn that the Motorola Jordan, which is expected to drop in November, is said to be waterproof to depths of 10 meters.  According to a BGR source, the phone will ...

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HTC Desire HD Randomly Appears on Amazon UK, Disappears Just as Fast

The HTC Desire HD has been all over the web. First, the leaked image, second the blurry cam video, and now finally an appearance on Amazon UK.  That’s right, Electric Pig captured what is believed to be a product listing of the HTC Desire HD.  The handset is priced at $650.00 (a little ...

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First Look: Samsung Media Hub on the Epic 4G

SlashGear got a quick look recently at the upcoming Samsung Media Hub, a movies-and-TV superstore that is looking to be a real options for Android users. While Media Hub is your typically expensive video store, with $3/day rentals and $12 to 20 movie purchases it seems very cool and something I ...

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HTC Wildfire Gains Access to Root-Only Applications With Soft Root

It may have taken a little longer than other HTC phones, but the HTC Wildfire has finally been rooted…kinda.  While the method devised and executed does not unlock NAND on the handset(meaning you can’t install custom ROMs),it does allow running applications that require root access. ...

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Tablets, eReaders, and More Coming from Verizon as 2H Details Emerge

As we draw toward the close of 2010, we’re learning what various carriers and handset makers have up their sleeves.  We’ve recently learned that Verizon’s Android love is going to stay strong through the holiday season.  Today we’re hearing even more about the ...

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Check-in to Music, Movies, Television, and Books with GetGlue

GetGlue has released the Android version of their entertainment-based social network service today, allowing users to earn points and stickers for checking into movies, books, music, and shows. Already available for the iPhone, GetGlue also provides personalized recommendations and exclusive ...

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App Review: SketchWars

A long time ago, in an Android galaxy far, far away, the land of the white notepad was under siege. The fountain pen tip, the land’s only hope, fought valiantly to escape from the grasp of various unrelenting enemies. Do not be deceived by the game’s title or my clichéd introductory sentence. ...

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Centennial Communications Getting in on Android Action, Milestone and Wildfire Coming

Centennial Communications might a long way off from AT&T and Verizon as the ninth largest wireless telecommunications in The United States, but they are ready to start acting like a bigger player.  We received a tip this morning from someone working for the carrier who tells us that the ...

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Miso Brings Check-in Features to Television Shows, Movies

You thought you were addicted to Gowalla and Foursquare. Going places and sharing your location with total strangers and followers is so early 2010. What are the cool kids doing in the second half of the year?  They are checking into television shows and movies, that’s what.  Deals, ...

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Adobe AIR Launching on Android in Q4 2010

Earlier today at the Flash Summit in San Francisco, Adobe announced that Adobe AIR 2.5 will be available in the fourth quarter of 2010. This is great news for all Flash fans. I personally can’t wait for AIR apps. Despite this news, Adobe did not yet announce how AIR will be distributed ...

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