File syncing software and service, Dropbox, is testing out new features with a beta release. If you haven’t tried their free software out, we definitely recommend it.
Those of you who have stood by your Motorola Cliq, watching other phones pass by, get ready. Your day is coming! Android 2.1 is rumored to arrive at some point
The turn-by-turn GPS application market just got a little more competitive this morning with ALK Technology’s release of CoPilot Live USA. Available for a one-time $4.99 purchase out of the
If you were listening to the our Android Guys Thursday Night Droid-Cast last night, you heard Patrick Mork of Get Jar drop to our audience the fact that his company
Word is coming in that various users across Europe (Norway, Denmark, and Sweden) are seeing Android 2.2 updates to their Samsung Galaxy S phones.
Motorola announced three MOTOBLUR-flavored devices for AT&T last week with the Flipout, Bravo, and Flipside phones. Tapped with an ambiguous “coming soon” for a release date, we don’t know when
Finally, the wait is over. Angry Birds has come out of beta and finds itself available to Android phones all over. If you count yourself among those with a device
The Android tablet race is starting to heat up, with tablets coming from Notion Ink, Archos, and some from the big dogs, like Dell, LG, and Motorola. However, one of
Just a quick note for you fellow Cyanogen followers, and to those who may not be aware. The latest Nightly Builds of the CyanogenMod rom for the HTC EVO 4G are going through some very exciting changes!
Opera has announced its new Mobile version of its Android browser.
T-Mobile has yet another Android handset lined up for the coming weeks in the form of the Huawei Ideos. T-Mobile is re-branding the phone as the Comet and plans to offer it in both pre-paid and post paid fashion.
Today, Samsung has published a file in its open-source portal what seems to be the final Froyo update for the Galaxy S.
A thread went up earlier this week on Motorola’s support forum acknowledging the issues that some Droid X users are finding with the recent Android 2.2 update. While not entirely
HTC is keeping with their tradition of releasing the kernel code to new handsets with the latest being the Desire Z (T-Mobile G2). Like they recently did with the Droid Incredible and EVO 4G, HTC sets most of the code free for developers and ROM makers to tinker with.
Now that Android 2.2 has started permeating handsets across the world, users are flocking to the market to download Flash. Adobe’s bread and butter media player has been downloaded more