Symantec is reporting today that they have found some suspicious code in a repackaged version of an app that Google recently pushed called the “Android Market Security Tool”. It seems
Fans of the 80’s classic Frogger will love this new casual game for Android. Avoid the cars and traffic as you make your away across the logs and kayaks to the lilypad safehaven.
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With words that might ignite a flame war that destroys the internet, one analyst bases his forecast of Android 3.0 solely on the Motorola XOOM.
Before you skip over this review because you love ADW Launcher EX or some other launcher, let me first say that is not a launcher, like a home screen launcher, its a launcher in the sense
AT&T is promoting their 4G network speeds with this latest commercial which features the HTC Inspire 4G.
Millions is a slick new trivia game, reminiscent of “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire.” As you play, you’re presented with multiple choice questions that start out very easy and
Control every aspect of a radio station from music selection to decoration, advertisers, and staffing. Invite your Facebook friends over and put them to work for you. Better yet, compete against them to see who becomes a media tycoon first!
RadioShack is offering a pair of great Android deals with discounted Epic 4G and Transform handsets. Further, Foursquare users can earn up to 20% off their purchases.
Feedly, a great Chrome and Firefox extension that turns your Google Reader subscriptions into a slick, personalized magazine, has opened up a public beta of their new Android app. Feedly
Privus Mobile, who has offered a paid caller ID service via the Market for quite a while, announced a partnership with Sprint that will bring Privus’ features to all of
The app is called Automated Away Text, and it does pretty much what the title suggests: if you miss a call or receive a message, but can’t reply at the moment, it sends an automated text message to that person, letting them know that you can’t make it to the phone.
After years of waiting, the Read it Later app comes to Android. And since the platform is so awesome, it provides features that its iOS counterpart could only dream of.