We’ve heard plenty of stories about how scary it is to lose our phones and what could happen should we not take precautions. For every success story of someone tracking
Want to learn how to make money off of your Android games and apps? Come to the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco and hear from the guys behind Angry Birds, Cut the Rope, and Gun Bros!
Android 2.2 is expected to hit AT&T Captivate handsets beginning tomorrow, February 24th. Now, let’s talk about Gingerbread.
As expected, T-Mobile expands their Android roster today with the Galaxy S 4G. The obvious successor to the Vibrant, it features nearly identical hardware. While it won’t sway many current Android owners, it should attract those looking to leave behind a feature phone.
To the surprise of many, the digital newspaper is coming to an Android tablet near you. Expect the Apple-only title to hit Android next quarter
Dress your Android phone up in these new 3.0 wallpapers. Choose from 9 designs in total.
For those not familiar, Graphic.ly has been releasing comics for the web and iOS for sometime, and has been revered as one of the greatest sources for online comics. Now,
That Gingerbread update that’s rolling out to Nexus S owners right now? Besides adding NFC functionality, it also is removing a feature from Google’s current flagship phone: Facebook contact sync.
Minecraft is a game about placing blocks to build anything you can imagine. At night monsters come out; make sure to build a shelter before that happens. According to Kotaku,
The agonizing wait is nearly over as Gingerbread finally starts hitting the Nexus One. The only problem is, it could take a few weeks before your phone sees it.
kattertech.com put up an interesting article this morning about a guy used Google Tracks to evade a speeding ticket.
You’ve been playing with the preview Honeycomb SDK for some time now, it’s time to do the real job. Google has given the green light for the final Honeycomb SDK to go online, and here it is
We told you last week about Eugene Kaspersky’s opinion on Android. He said that sooner or later, Android could dominate the market, with an over 80% market share, leaving Apple and RIM to fight for scraps. It looks like Kaspersky isn’t going to try to slow that down, as his company has just released an Android security app.