Android Market Now Charts App Install Trends

The Android team has gone and added yet another new feature to the Android Market,  giving users a quick glimpse at an app’s recent popularity.  While it may not necessarily provide a ton of information, it does give insight into how installations have gone over the previous 30 day ...

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Verizon’s 4G LTE Galaxy Tab 10.1 Arrives July 28

Verizon announced today that their 4G LTE version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 will be arriving in just a few short days.  The carrier shot out a press release this morning, tapping Thursday July 28th as the day in which the Samsung tablet takes the world by storm.  Alright, so maybe ...

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T-Mobile and RadioShack to Part Ways in September [UPDATE]

T-Mobile released a statement late last night, official confirming that the carrier will no longer be offering products or services through Radio Shack.  The two will part ways on Thursday September 15th where T-Mobile will then pursue and announce other retail partners.  RadioShack is wasting ...

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First AT&T Ad for HTC Status Lands Online [VIDEO]

We haven’t seen this on television yet so we felt like sharing it with the rest of you guys.  AT&T’s first commercial for their new HTC Status is online and it’s exactly the type of commercial we were expecting.  The short clip (after the break) shows viewers how the ...

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AT&T Poised to Offer Sliding QWERTY from Samsung

Verizon isn’t the only carrier on the verge of releasing an Android-powered sliding QWERTY from Samsung.  Boy Genius Report has been passed a render of a rather sharp looking handset which is expected to launch on AT&T in the near future.  Aside from what can be gleaned by looking at ...

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AT&T Promises Gingerbread to all Post-Paid Android Smartphones Released in 2011

After the loss of their iphone exclusivity, AT&T was forced to re-think its business strategy. They lost many of Apple’s cult following to better providers and were left with a gaping customer hole to fill. So they did what any smart company in their predicament would do. They ...

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Olivetti Throws Hat Into Android Tablet Game With Olipad 110 and 70

If you’re not familiar with Olivetti, they’re an Italian electronics company that doesn’t play around, and that shows in their two new Android tablets. They’re both going under the name “Olipad”, with different number designations to specify different ...

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Sidekick 4G Gets Software Update, Not Gingerbread

We’re just full of update news today, aren’t we? This one is for Sidekick 4G owners, as a software update is available for the device. Before you ask, no, this isn’t Gingerbread. It’s a maintenance update, including bug fixes and enhancements based on feedback reported ...

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HTC Bliss Leaked in Blurry Shot, Looks Better Than We Thought it Would

We first heard about the Bliss, HTC’s rumored device that’s aimed at the female persuasion, back in May. We later learned that it’s also being called the “Glamor”. Now our friends over at PocketNow are claiming that they’ve got the first ever shot of the HTC ...

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Virgin Mobile Canada Rolling Out Maintenance Update for HTC Sensation

The HTC Sensation was officially launched in Canada by Virgin Mobile and Bell earlier this month, which made a lot of people up North very happy. But it seems that HTC and Virgin Mobile aren’t stopping there, as they’ve readied a maintenance update for the Sensation, and ...

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Android and the Galaxy S II Catapulting Samsung Towards the Top

Earlier this year, Samsung made some bold statements about its plans to sell 60 million smartphones by years end. The community responded with a collective “eye-roll,” laughing at the thought of this update fiasco ridden, non-existent support of a company being able to achieve such ...

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Panasonic Launching Raboo E-Reader in Japan, Landing Next Month?

E-readers are getting pretty popular these days, and if you love reading books, then Panasonic may just have the tablet for you. They’re planning to launch an Android-based e-reader in Japan, called the Panasonic Raboo.   

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Android 3.2 to Bring Official Netflix Support to ASUS Transformer?

Netflix has been both a blessing and a curse since the release of the Android app. It originally only worked on a handful of devices, until someone discovered that by simply installing the apk, it was very functional on many Android tablets. Sadly, the unrooted Transformer owners were left in ...

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QuickBooks Mobile for Android Now Available

If you have a small business thats’s on-the-go, check out Intuit’s new mobile QuickBooks application for Android. This mobile version of QuickBooks will sync to your desktop, ensuring your information is always accurate and up to date.  

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Samsung Galaxy R Makes Appearance in Demo Video, Headed to the UK?

Eventually, the guys over at Samsung are going to run out of letters to put at the end of “Galaxy” in order to name their devices. First it was the Galaxy Q on Rogers, and now we’re getting wind of something that’s being dubbed the Samsung Galaxy R. After watching the ...

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