NVIDIA Celebrates Launch of TegraZone.com by Giving Away Five Acer Iconia Tablets

NVIDIA’s Tegra Zone app for Android is a convenient little club space created to help owners of Tegra powered devices discover and share premier, Tegra optmized Android games. The app is full of game reviews, screenshots, videos, and behind-the-scenes footage that users can check out ...

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Verizon Support Page Brings Droid 2 Owners One Step Closer to Gingerbread

Motorola Droid 2 owners are now one step closer to finally receiving Gingerbread according to a couple of Verizon support pages that went live yesterday. It’s been a long time coming for proud owners of the Droid 2 patient enough to remain unrooted. Barring any unforeseen issues, an OTA ...

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Qik Premium Service for Android Users

Qik Video has been around for a while now, allowing Android users to video chat and record/share videos for free right from their devices. Now users can enhance their Qik experience with the premium service formerly only available to users of its iOS counterpart. The new service comes with a ...

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How To: Root Droid 3 with 1 Click

Thanks to RootzWiki and the team, we now have a 1-click root for the Droid 3. It’s super easy, just follow the instructions below. We have also provided a video for instructions and proof of root. 1. Make sure you have Motorola drivers installed - LINK to x64 drivers 2. Download and unzip ...

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Google+ App for Android now Allows Users to Reshare Posts Thanks to a Much Needed Update

User feedback continues to play a critical role in the development and evolution of Google+. The Google+ team has done an excellent job thus far and they continue to improve not only the web client but also the mobile application. Today we see the fruits of such labors in an update to the ...

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No Galaxy S II for Verizon Customers

So, you’ve been holding off from upgrading your flagging device to wait for the blazing fast Samsung Galaxy S II. You thought you wouldn’t have to wait long, but then the release was pushed back to Q3, even though the whole of Europe has been enjoying it since May. No matter you ...

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Sweeten Your Honeycomb Experience with HD Widgets

Looking to change things up with your Honeycomb tablet but find yourself turned off by the idea of rooting or lack of custom ROMs? We’d like to draw your attention to a new set of widgets designed specifically for Android 3.0+ called HD Widgets. Designed by Cloud.TV (Cloudskipper), the ...

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Samsung’s Unpacked App Reveals Tab 7.7 and Galaxy Note

Samsung has unwittingly revealed 3 new devices that it plans to announce at IFA next week. These were discovered when one Android fan went poking around the APK of Samsung’s Unpacked app and found logos of the new devices. The new devices are the Galaxy Note, Galaxy Tab 7.7 and the Wave ...

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Sprinkle Arrives in The Android Market

Sprinkle has today launched on the Android Market, for $1.99 you can get your hands on this water based puzzler exclusively for Nvidia Tegra devices. Sprinkle has you manning a crane mounted water cannon to help save the blue inhabitants of Titan, one of Saturn’s moons as flaming meteors ...

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Sonic CD Prepares for its Android Debut

Here’s yet another blast from the past game port that’s sure to do well on Android, although not quite the throwback as R-Type.  Sega has announced that their classic 1993 title, Sonic CD, is coming to Android and other platforms in late 2011.  We venture to guess that many of you ...

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SoundHound and Spotify Announce European Partnership [Apps N' Scraps]

Starting today, European SoundHound users who also subscribe to Spotify Premium will be given the option to ‘Play Now in Spotify’ after identifying a song through the SoundHound app.  From there, the app hands off the song to Spotify where it immediately begins playing and showcasing the ...

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Sony Ericsson Promises Android 2.3.4 for 2011 Lineup

Sony Ericsson announced earlier today that their entire 2011 Xperia smart phone line will see Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread.  Save for the ability to support front-facing video chat through Google Talk, the Android aspect is not all that major.  The bigger part of the news here is that it builds in ...

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Sony Ericsson Announces Xperia neo V for Select Markets

Sony Ericsson has introduced a new member in their growing Android-powered Xperia line today with the announcement of the Xperia neo V.  Expected to arrive in the fourth quarter in select global markets, the neo V runs Android 2.3.4 and features a 1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon (MSM8255) processor, ...

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R-Type Coming to Android on September 12

One of the all-time classic shoot-em-up games of the 80′s, R-Type, is about to hit Android in the next few weeks. Those of you who grew up playing games on the Amiga, Atari, and Commodore 64 will undoubtedly be familiar with the title and its ridiculous amount of power-ups.  According to ...

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Apple Scores a Win Against Samsung in Europe

Apple has scored a European victory against Samsung which could soon see the ban of three devices from the South Korean smart phone maker.  Tentatively set to take effect on October 15th, said ban will block the import of the Galaxy S, SII, and Ace through Amsterdam. Deals, Discounts, Freebies, ...

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