Aviary Launches Photo Editing SDK for Developers

Listen up Android developers, Aviary has moved beyond providing web-based photo editing and embraced the mobile tsunami. Effective immediately, any developers looking to integrate Aviary’s photo expertise into their app can do so with the company’s new, free SDK. This means ...

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Frima Studios Releases Retro-esque Shoot em’ Up, ‘A Space Shooter for Free’

Frima Studios has ported their popular retro-style shoot’em up A Space Shooter for Free to Android this week, bringing yet another awesome time waster to your favorite mobile platform.  Costing – you guessed it – nothing to download the game puts players in the role ...

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Capture the Bad Pennies and Save the Girl Coins with ‘Coin Drop’

Ohnoes!  Bad Pennies have invaded the colorful world of Coin Drop and are messing with the girl Coins!  It’s up to you to save the day, but do you have what it takes?  FullFat Productions has released their first title, Coin Drop!, a physics-based games with 75 levels of simply gorgeous ...

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HTC Adds Flyer to List of Devices with Unlocked Bootloader Support

HTC has quietly added yet another device to their officially support unlocked bootloaders, this time tossing their Flyer tablet in the mix. The growing list also includes various versions of the Evo 3D,  as well as the Sensation, and Sensation 4G. Should you own of these 7-inch Android tablets, ...

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Sprint Announces $99 LG Marquee for October 2

Sprint and LG have announced their next collaboration, the Marquee, and Android 2.3 Gingerbread handset that marries both style and substance.  Making its debut smack dab in the middle of New York Fashion Week, the $99 handset features a 4″ NOVA Display, 1GHz processor, 5-megapixel ...

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HTC Officially Debuts Sensation XE with Beats Audio

It didn’t take very long to go from leak to official, but HTC has formally announced the refreshed version of their Sensation handset.  Called the Sensation XE with Beats Audio, it’s exactly the type of smart phone that we expected it would be.  Details include a dual-core 1.5GHz ...

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Logitech Unveils Wireless Headset, Boombox for Android Devices

Logitech unveiled yet another pair of new wireless devices this morning, designed to enhance your Android experience. First up, the Logitech Wireless Headset, connects via Bluetooth and lets users roam freely without the silly cord getting in the way of your music, games, and calls. Features ...

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Firefox for Tablets Released in Nightly Build

Since we first heard about it a few weeks back, Mozilla has been working hard to bring the tablet-optimized version of their Firefox mobile browser to Android.  Things look to be coming to a head now as word comes in that the browser has entered nightly builds. This means the browser is ...

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Google, Intel to Optimize Future Build of Android for Atom Processors

Get ready for even more innovation and choice in the Android universe.  Intel and Google announced today that future builds of the Android platform will be written with optimization for the Atom processor line. Combined, these two companies will see that more OEMs and wireless providers have ...

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Optimus Black Coming to Sprint as ‘LG Marquee’

As some of you may have heard, a recent RadioShack YouTube video inadvertently outted a new LG handset for Sprint.  Showing up as a cameo in a clip designed to promote the white Evo 3D, the only thing we had to go on was a name “LG Marquee” and a frontal shot of the phone.  Here ...

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comScore: Nearly 1 in 4 European Smart Phones Run Android

A new comScore report is out today which breaks down the smart phone landscape as it pertains to five European countries.  Their findings were that Android has grown to the tune of 16.2% year-over-year and now sits as the second most popular mobile platform.  Nokia’s Symbian platform ...

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Nielsen Determines Most Used Android Apps

Nielsen has analyzed the usage of thousands of Android smart phone users to determine which apps are being used the most. It’s worth noting that isn’t the same as most popular or highest number of downloads. Rather, this is more specifically Android owners who used an app withing ...

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Sony Walkman Z Series Gets Detailed, Priced

Sony has officially announced that the Android-powered PMP prototype shown off at IFA will carry the name of Walkman Z series. What’s more, Sony has also provided pricing and a general launch time frame for the trio of devices. Expected to arrive on the streets of Japan come December ...

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Facebook 1.7 Adds Number of Improvements, Honeycomb Support

The official Facebook application saw an update last night which brings a number of new features and improvements.  First up, the new version (1.7) now works on Android tablets running Honeycomb although it’s not necessarily optimized for the experience.  Users will find some of the ...

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HTC Runnymede Product Image Surfaces

A very official looking image of the HTC Runnymede has surfaced this morning, giving us a look at both the side and the back of the device. As we’ve seen already, this thing is definitely one big, white handset. Much like the Windows Phone 7-powered HTC Titan, the screen size is ...

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