Study Shows Android App Users are Twice as Loyal as iOS Counterparts

According to most reports, Apple iPhone users are a loyal bunch of people who are likely to buy another device in the same product line. Those guys love their phones and return to them over and over. But what about Android users? Well, according to Fiksu’s calculations, we love our apps. ...

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Duke Nukem 3D Coming to Android “Very Soon”

We might have waited years (and years, and years)  for Duke Nukem 3D to arrive on PC and consoles, but us Android fans should see our little version of the popular title.  Don’t hold your breath but we’ll be getting an official release of our own, and “very soon”. ...

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Spice Up Your Text Messaging with Zlango Themes and Icons

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Plain texting is yesterday, this is tomorrow.

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Skifta Adds Flickr and Photobucket Channels to Library

The Skifta team announced on their blog yesterday that they’ve added a couple of new channels to their Skifta library which should appeal to you photography types. Available immediately, the Flickr and Photobucket channels make it easy to access your photos across DLNA and UPnP TVs and ...

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Motorola Announces LAPDOCK 100 for Webtop-enabled Smartphones

Late last night Motorola Mobility formally introduced their newest accessory/companion for webtop-enabled smartphone such as the Droid Bionic and Atrix 4G. Called the LAPDOCK 100, it arrives at AT&T (online) on October 17th and later this quarter through Verizon and Sprint. The LAPDOCK 100 ...

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Samsung: Galaxy Nexus Coming “Sooner than you Think”

While some of us are trying to figure out why the Galaxy Nexus announcement scheduled for today was postponed, the rest of us are looking forward to the day the event actually does take place.  In fact, we’re already looking beyond that day, waiting for the right date to circle on our ...

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Did Samsung and Google Lie About Reason for the Galaxy Nexus Delay? (Rumor)

As many of you all know, today was supposed to be the day when we got our first real taste of Ice Cream Sandwich and the official unveiling of a new handset.  Rumored for a while as the Nexus Prime, the final name looks to be nearly confirmed as the Galaxy Nexus.  So why don’t... Read More

Just How Efficient are Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S4 Processors? [VIDEO]

In an era where it’s easy to get caught up hardware specs for mobile devices, we often find ourselves talking about how powerful processors can be in our Android phones and tablets.  Gone are the days of the single-core Snapdragon1GHz chipset reign as we now have dual-core stuff to ...

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Opera Mini 6.5 and Opera Mobile 11.5 Debut on Android

Looking to shave a few bucks off of your monthly cell phone plan?  How about those of you on bucketed data plans who need to watch those MBs and GBs pretty closely?  Opera has what you need, in the form of two newly updated web clients for Android.  Arriving in the Android Market today, Opera ...

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Mediocre Pours 14 News Levels into Sprinkle

The water splashing and fire fighting puzzle game that is Sprinkle is already seeing its first significant level update today. According to Swedish developers Mediocre, the new release features another world with 12 new levels as well as two levels for the existing world. What’s more, the ...

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Official Marvel Comics App Debuts in Android Market

Comixology, the brains and beauty behind the Comics by comiXology and official DC Comics app have released the official Marvel Comics application for Android.  Available immediately, the application itself is free to download but will utilize in-app purchases and connects directly to your ...

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Run Android Apps on Your PC with BlueStacks

BlueStacks announced earlier this morning that an alpha version of their free app player is available for Windows PCs.  In a nutshell, this makes it possible for users to download and run their Android games and applications on their desktop.  Forget 10-inch tablets, that stuff is so yesterday. ...

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Bolt Comes out of Beta, Arrives in Android Market with 3.0 Release

Bolt Browser, an alternative web client for Android that we’ve profiled a few times, has finally come out of beta.  Arriving in the Android Market today, this v3.0 release works on any Android phone or tablet running 1.6 or higher.  If this final, public version is anything like its beta ...

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Cricket Announces $179.99 Samsung Transfix

Cricket Communications has announced their next Android endeavor today, the Android 2.3-powered Samsung Transfix. Available immediately for $179.99, the phone features an 800MHz processor, 3.2-inch display, 3.2-megapixel camera, and a full sliding QWERTY keyboard. Cricket seems to really be ...

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WildTangent Game Rental Service Goes Live for T-Mobile Customers

WildTangent and T-Mobile USA have finally announced today that the game rental service for Android phones has gone live for the carrier’s customers.  The game portal will give their subscribers a try-before-you-buy option with rentals that start as low as 25¢ for a 24 hour period. ...

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