HTC Release Source Code for 7 Devices

HTC has released a slew of source codes for their phones, both new and old.  These source codes can all be found at HTC’s developers repository where we expect you hacking types will have a field day.  It might be me, but HTC seems to be the one device manufacturer that know what the ...

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AT&T Confirms Plans to Throttle Data Effective October 1

You can’t say you didn’t see this one coming.  AT&T has confirmed their plans to throttle data speeds for their heaviest users come October 1st.  The good news here is that it doesn’t affect everyone, only the top 5% users.  Why?  Because they clog the tubes for everyone ...

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Gingerbread for Xpera X10, For Realzies

We’ve made it through the “few days” waiting period and now it’s time.  Gingerbread has finally started rolling out to Sony Ericsson Xperia X10s around the world. This update should bring some much needed improvements like tethering, deeper Facebook integration, and of ...

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Amazon App Store Update Brings Compatibility Checks and Stability Improvements

The much beloved — or hated, or only-use-for-one-reason — Amazon App Store is currently receiving an update to version 1.15 which brings users some bug fixes and other cool new features.  The update isn’t just important for consumers this time, it’s also handy for ...

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Sixteen Essential Cooking Apps for Your Android Device

Face it –  at some point in your life, you are going to have to prepare  a meal for yourself. Maybe your wife will be out of town or your college buddies will be at school.  Or maybe mom has finally kicked you out on your own and you’v run out of Doritos.  What are... Read More

AT&T’s Mystery Samsung Slider Remains a Mystery

And we’re back once again with another Samsung Galaxy S II for AT&T post. A few days ago, BGR leaked the shot of a Samsung handset with a sliding QWERTY, indicating that was the Galaxy S II Attain, headed for AT&T.  Today sees them singing a different tune as they tell us that the ...

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Zlango, Because Text Messages are Just Too Boring

Want to try a more unique way of messaging than using old fashioned letters and numbers?  We’ve got just what you need in Zlango,  a picture messaging client that lets users send picture and animation rich messages to friends. Zlango offers a growing library of more than 8oo icons to ...

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Bigwords App Launched for Android, Treat for College Students

If you recently got an admission in a college and you are getting ready to get some very expensive, heavy, cumbersome books, then this news might help you. BIGWORDS, a textbook aggregator website for college students looking to buy or rent new and used paper books and electronic books. After ...

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Invite your Friends to Google Music (U.S. Only)

If you have been wanting to try out the new music streaming service provided by Google, now is your chance. Google has now opened up invitations a bit so that additional users can experience the music service.  Unfortunately there are a few downsides to this in that it’s limited to U.S. ...

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Google Announces New Search Experience for Honeycomb Tablets

Google has announced a new search experience today which will impact Android 3.1+ tablets and Apple’s iPad. Expected to roll out over the coming days, a new Google.com experience will fall in line with other, simplified layouts. Think in terms of the new gmail inbox (desktop) and Google+ ...

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Gmail v.2.3.5 Arrives with Enhanced Notifications, Priority Sync, and More

If you haven’t used Gmail on your phone yet today (really!?) then you may wanna take a quick peek at the application.  Last night saw Google rolling out a new version of the email client, quietly dropping v.2.3.5 into the Android Market.  What’s new?  If you’re a heavy label ...

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Motorola Expects Less Than 1.5 Million Xoom Sales for 2011

Motorola said yesterday that it forecasts between 1.3 million to 1.5 million tablets sales for the course of 2011, with numbers continuing to taper in the face of stronger competition. After only selling 440,000 Xoom tablets in the second quarter, the figures can only be viewed as a major ...

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Review: PhotoJoJo Lenses

If you’re looking to step up your phone’s camera a bit, check out these two awesome lenses from PhotoJoJo that make your phone like a mini DSLR. PhotoJoJo sent me their two mobile phone lenses, a fisheye lens and macro/wide angle lens. The two are very special in achieving different ...

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Nordisk Film Games Releases The Marbians for Android

Released today on Android and iOS, The Marbians is a puzzle-type game that takes place in the 1940’s. It’s a motion-controlled game, where you roll a marble through different obstacles and puzzles, hence the name Marbians.    

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New Game for Android: LEGO® Creationary

Who said that LEGOS were just for kids? The newly released LEGO game proves that anyone can have fun with LEGOS, even virtual ones.    

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