Final Version of Adobe Flash 10.1 Now Available for Nexus One

Big news for Adobe today as Adobe Flash 10.1 has finally exited beta.  After a string of builds, the application is finally stable enough for Adobe and you’ll be able to download 10.1.92.8 directly from the Market on a Nexus One.  I should mention that this final version seems very stable ...

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Latest Pandora Radio Security Permissions Leaves Listeners Puzzled

Pandora Radio, one of the most popular streaming music options out there, recently updated their Android application.  While updates are nothing new, the access the app requested left Pandora fans on Android wondering and quite puzzled.  Previously when installing updates, Pandora listeners ...

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Get a Speed Boost with New N1 Radio

The XDA Developers site is reporting to day that they have had some of their members reporting a drastic speed increase when in a 3G signal area with the installation of a new radio on their N1′s.  The new version of the radio comes from a Korean N1 build, users noticed the version number ...

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id Software may bring Rage to Android

Here is some possible good news for Android Gamers.  id Software has released Rage, a First Person Shooter that has won 3 Game Critics awards at E3. Rage is currently available for the PC, Xbox360 and PS3. At the recent QuakeCon conference id Software demonstrated Rage on the iPhone 4 during ...

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Droid Pro and Motorola Tablet Spotted in Verizon Inventory Control

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BGR has reported that their Verizon insider snagged photos of several new pieces of hardware hitting Verizon Wireless locations in the coming months from their inventory control system.  Including two juicy tidbits that Android lovers will be interested in.

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Droid 2 Multitouch Keyboard Ported to 5 Other Devices

Well, that didn’t take very long! Days after the release of the Motorola Droid 2, some crazy hacker over at XDA has managed to port the multitouch virtual keyboard over to the Droid Incredible, the original Droid, Nexus One, Evo 4G, and Htc Desire.

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Official Lumigon T1 photo surfaces

Lumigon has released an official photo of their T1 Android device that we told you about last month, which is launching on October 20th. It’s noticeably different than some of the rumored pics we’ve seen floating around, with the lack of a keypad. It’s definitely eye-catching. ...

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Tip: Set Any File on Your Phone as Your Homepage

Sometimes, we take for granted the simple pleasures in life, and we also seem to forget that in our browsers, we can view local documents in addition to those on the web. This is no different for our mobile browsers!  Any and every file on both our computers or our phones have a path that... ...

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Download This! G4 App Delivers Gaming and Tech News, Tips, and More

I am fortunate to say that I was able to spend the weekend playing with the pre-release version of the official G4 app for Android.  Available this morning in the Android Market, I am recommending this app to anyone with at least a passing interest in the television channel. Beyond that, I ...

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Galaxy S GPS Fix in the Works and Being Tested by Samsung

Samsung is aware of the GPS issues with the US Galaxy S phones and is actively working on correcting the issue. According to Tweets from Carla Saavedra, from Samsung Mobile Support and SamsungTweets they are working on a fix for the Galaxy S GPS issues that several owners are experiencing.

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App Review: SyncMate for Mac

Eltima software has released an update to their SyncMate software, and now it includes Android.  That’s right folks, you can now sync your Android phone with your Mac. Steve Jobs would be proud. I should mention that this is a new adventure for Eltima, so the app is still a little buggy.  ...

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Samsung Tab Details Uncovered in Firmware

The details surrounding the upcoming Samsung Tab(let) have been unearthed thanks to a recent firmware leak. Are they the awesome, groundbreaking details we've been hoping for? Well... I can't answer that for you. However, I do know that with the right pricing and carrier pairing, I will ...

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Dell Streak Possibly Getting Upgraded Directly to Android 2.2

Up until now, Dell’s Streak has proven to be a severe disappointment.  Pre-loaded with Android 1.6, the handset has shaped up to be a the fastest, sexiest let down to date.  Fortunately, all may not be lost. According to the folks over at Engadget, Dell’s Lionel Menchaca suggested ...

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PSA: Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 on Sale via AT&T

Head up kiddos, the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 is now officially available through AT&T.  For $149.99 and a 2-year service agreement, you can grab one for yourself and enjoy a 4-inch touch display, 1GHz Snapdragon processor, and 8.1-megapixel camera. Although it has been nearly a year since ...

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WeTab Set for September German Release, Other Countries to Follow

Our friends in Germany are proud to release the new WeTab (formerly known as the WePad) next month to retail stores (or pre-order online now.) Comparable to a “fruity” tablet that is available, the WeTab offers Flash, USB ports, runs on Android, Linux, and Adobe AIR.  It works in ...

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