AT&T: “How many of you are interested in the Galaxy Nexus?”

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Is the carrier really weighing the handset or is the deal already done?

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Get your Jersey Shore on with “Snookify Me!” app

You’ve been Androidified, now it’s time to be Snookified.  App Genius Corp has introduced a new Android application today which turns pictures of you and your friends into Jersey Shore “star” Snooki. Yeah, our thoughts too. Called Snookify Me!, the app lets users add ...

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Xperia PLAY scores Dead on Arrival as exclusive title

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  The Xperia PLAYgets another new exclusive game this week with the arrival (pun) of Dead on Arrival.  Created as a top-down 3D game, players have a bunch of weapons at their disposal to help them fight off the approaching zombies.  If you’ve got one of these Sony Ericsson handsets ...

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Google folds Checkout into Wallet

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Google, hoping to lessen confusion among some of their brands and services, is folding Google Checkout into Google Wallet.  The move makes perfect sense to us as we expect to find ourselves using Wallet more with time.  An email started getting sent out last night to pretty much anyone who has ...

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Orange announces San Francisco II for UK

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  Orange today announced that it will soon be offering the Orange San Francisco II budget smartphone later this month. Powered by Android 2.3 Gingerbread and running an 800MHz processor, the handset will be made available across all direct retail channels. Additional specifications include ...

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Sprinkle now available for Android 2.3+ devices

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An update to the popular fire-fighting game Sprinkle allows for play on all Android 2.3+ devices, including many tablets. Available in the Android Market, the game is billed as a “water-physics based puzzler”.  We bill it as downright addictive.  Like Shadowgun, the title was ...

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Shadowgun update allows for play non-Tegra device

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  A new update to the incredibly sharp looking Shadowgun has opened the door to playing the game on non-Tegra devices.  According to Androidnext.dethe update changelog indicates support for  PowerVR and Adreno GPUs.  What’s more they were able to sideload Shadowgun onto a number of ...

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Taptu 2.0 prepares for Ice Cream Sandwich

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  Taptu today announced it 2.0 released of their popular social news reading application for Android, adding new support for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.  Among the finer details, this means support for HD displays as well as phones without menu keys (Galaxy Nexus).  Moreover, the app ...

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Nook Tablet allows for third party app installs via web

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Install your favorite book application on the Barnes & Noble tablet.

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Amazon: Buy a hotspot-ready Android, get a $100 gift card (Even penny phones!)

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The holiday promotion runs through the end of the year.

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Google Music officially launches with 13 million songs

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After months in beta, Google Music arrives with an arsenal of features.

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HTC Sensation XL – Feel Every Beat [VIDEO]

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Latest television commercial to launch HTC Sensation XL with Beats Audio. Make sure you feel every beat.

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Gap Inc. announces Google Wallet support for 65+ Bay Area locations

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Do you live in the San Francisco Bay area?  Do you own an Android smartphone with Google Wallet?  Terrific, this post is just for you!  Gap Inc. today announced that consumers can use the single tap method of payment at more than 65 area stores, including Gap, Old Navy, Banana Republic, Banana ...

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Nook Tablet starts shipping a day early

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Barnes & Noble has begun shipping their latest product, the Nook Tablet, one day ahead of schedule.  While it might not seem like much of a deal on the surface, it puts the tablet in stores and, more importantly, in hands earlier than expected.  The sooner these are in a retail environment, ...

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T-Mobile expands HSPA+ 42 network to 163 markets

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Today finds T-Mobile USA announcing that they have doubled the speed of its 4G network in 11 new markets.   This brings the total number of markets getting HSPA+42  to 163 and covers nearly 180 million Americans.  What’s more,  T-Mobile is also expanding its HSPA+ 21 network by 9 markets ...

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