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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Velocity Micro Slashes 8-Inch Tablet Price in Wake of Kindle Fire

Velocity Micro has slashed the price for their upcoming 8-inch Android tablet, according to details obtained by TechCrunch.  The T408, first announced in early September, was unveiled with a $240 price tag and included respectable hardware.  Unfortunately, Amazon pulled the curtain back on ...

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TeleNav 7.1 Arrives for Sprint Android Devices

TeleNav announced this morning that they are rolling out  a new version of their popular turn-by-turn navigation application for Android devices.  expected later this month, v7.1 adds a number of new features, improves upon existing stuff, and continues to add to its overall value. ...

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AT&T Adds ZTE Avail to GoPhone Roster

AT&T, doubling the size of their Android-based GoPhone offerings overnight, has announced the upcoming availability of the ZTE Avail.  Running Android 2.3 Gingerbread and featuring a 3.5-inch display, 5-megapixel camera, the Avail should make for a low-cost step up from the LG Thrive. ...

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AT&T Announces Pantech Pocket

AT&T has just announced another duet with Pantech, this time coming in the form a mid-range 4-inch device called the Pocket.  Running Android 2.3 Gingerbread and promoted with specs that include its 5-megapixel camera, 2GB microSD card, and full touch 4″ SVGA display, we cannot ...

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AT&T Announces Samsung DoubleTime

AT&T have just unveiled another Android collaboration with Samsung, the unique (dare we say ‘cute’) DoubleTime. Running Android 2.2 (oops!) and featuring specs that include a 600MHz processor and 3.2-megapixel camera, we totally expect this one to be centered around the ...

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AT&T Announces Samsung Captivate Glide

That didn’t take very long!  We just got done covering the rumors of a Samsung Captivate Glyde when AT&T has to go and get all official on us.  As you’ve heard by now, AT&T has unveiled five new Android devices at the stroke of midnight, ushering in CTIA Fall 2011.  One of ...

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AT&T Announces Motorola Atrix 2

Holy cow!  It’s just after midnight on the east coast and we’re on the eve of CTIA Fall 2011, so you know what that means… Press releases galore!  AT&T, going crazy with Android, has just announced five handsets with our beloved mobile platform.  We’ll skip the usual ...

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AT&T’s Samsung Captivate Glyde Gets Spied

An unannounced Samsung handset has been found in the wild bearing a form factor that closely resembles the Epic 4G (Sprint) and Verizon’s  brand new Stratosphere.  According to Boy Genius Report, this phone will carry the name of Samsung Captivate Glyde in a nod to their Galaxy S series ...

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