Orb Live Launches as First Service to Stream Free, Ad-Support Hulu to Android

Looking for a way to get Hulu on your Android device? No, not Hulu Plus, but the ad-supported stuff that you’ve been using for years. You’ll want to check out Orb Live for Android. This media application runs a one-time $9.99 and provides access to a number of streaming services ...

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AT&T Announces $329.99 Acer Iconia Tab A501 for September 18

AT&T announced early this morning that they will soon be offering the Acer Iconia Tab A501 tablet.  Due this coming Sunday, September 18th, the carrier will be selling the Honeycomb tablet for $329.99 with a two-year service agreement. The discount price requires subscribers sign up for the ...

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Imperio Remote Desktop App Goes Lite

Imperio has announced two new Lite versions of their remote desktop app for Android. Imperio Lite and Imperio Lite+ are now available in the Android Market for users looking to give the Imperio RDP a test drive. The Lite version coupled with the desktop client allows users free remote desktop ...

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R-Type Arrives in Android Market

As promised last month, the 80′s arcade classic R-Type has arrived in the Android Market.  Featuring eight levels, three control options, and a pair of difficulty levels, the game instantly ports us back to the days of hanging around at Aladdin’s Castle.  Like its first go ...

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AndroidGuys Weekly Wrap-Up: Amazon Tablet, Droid Bionic, and More!

Let’s take a look back at some of the bigger, more newsworthy items from last week, shall we?  There was plenty to talk about in the world of Android, but we’ve narrowed it down to a few items.  Hit the video after the break and join our own Phil Esposito as he runs through some ...

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Walmart Offering the Samsung Epic 4G Touch for $99 With new 2-Year Contract

The highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S II is starting to hit the US market and while Sprint’s Epic 4G Touch was supposed to be the first subsidized Galaxy S II, it was beat to the punch by Alaska’s GCI. Since most of us don’t have the pleasure of residing in “The Last ...

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30+ Must Have Android Apps for Football Fans

The College and Pro football season is officially underway, having kicked off (pun #1) over the last week.  As we head into a new season of following our favorite teams and athletes, we thought it would be a good idea to share our favorite football-related Android apps as well.  The AndroidGuys ...

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Quick Deals: Herotab M6 Gingerbread Tablet for just $159

The Herotab M6 is not exactly one of the most hyped over devices out there, as it’s packing Gingerbread, but it still looks like a decent tablet. It’s rocking a 1GHz processor, 7-inch screen, WiFi, 8GB of internal memory, and ebook support. The device normally retails for $370, but ...

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US Airways Making Mobile Boarding Passes More Prevalent

In the world of travel, smartphones have become one-stop mobile travel agents. With a smartphone and an internet connection you can take care of just about any travel arrangement necessary (and unnecessary). That single device you own can be used to book everything from flights to hotels and ...

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Sharp Launching Aquos 3D Android Handset in Japan

3D Android phones haven’t really taken off just yet. Even with HTC’s big marketing behind the Evo 3D, and the LG Optimus 3D, we haven’t seen much adoption right out of the gate. It appears that Sharp is staying in the game, though, as they’ve just announced a 3D Android ...

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Galaxy Tab 10.1 4G Now Available in Canada

The 4G LTE Galaxy Tab 10.1 has been available for some time in the United States from Verizon, but our Canadian counterparts have been stuck with WiFi-only models. That changes today, as Telus, Bell, Rogers, Virgin Mobile, and Sasktel, began selling 4G Tab 10.1′s to the Canadian world. ...

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BigAndroidBBQ Gathers Steam as Verizon, Swappa, Adobe and Orbotix Join Sponsors

The BigAndroidBBQ is now just three weeks away but that doesn’t mean big companies aren’t still trying to get in on the action. Today sees four highly reputable names join the growing list of sponsors with the advent of Verizon, Swappa, Adobe, and Orbotix getting involved.  These ...

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Barnes & Noble Steps Up Push for Android Developer

Barnes & Noble, growing increasingly serious about their Android efforts, has begun touting the benefits of their NOOK App Developer program.  I recently spent some time speaking with Claudia Romanini, Director of Developer Relations and learned that NOOK Apps has been an all-around ...

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Google Maps Gets a Minor Update

Google pushed out a minor update (v5.10) to their massively popular (100,000,000 – 500,000,000 installs!) Google Maps application yesterday, adding in a pair of new features. Users will find that they are now able to attach photos to Google Place reviews and/or view Places with 4 and 5 ...

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Tripit App Gets a Facelift

TripIt pushed out an update to their traveling companion application earlier this week, hoping to spur even more usage among Android users. The facelift is designed to make it easier for travelers to hop between connections and itineraries as well as view rewards program points (TripIt Pro). ...

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