T-Mobile Formally Unveils Pair of Monthly4G Plans with No Annual Contract

T-Mobile has formally announced a pair of no-contract rate plans for customers today with their new unlimited Monthly4G plans that go as low as $50 per month. The two plans, which went into effect on May 22nd, provide consumers with unlimited Talk, unlimited Text and unlimited Web. Of course ...

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Zinio Brings Thousands of Magazines to Android Tablets

Magazine lovers will be happy to learn that Zinio has come to Android today, bringing thousand of issues along for the ride. The application is free, however each magazine comes with their own prices for subscription. For instance, ESPN runs $14.97 US for 26 issues (1 year) while Rolling Stone ...

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AT&T Announces $70 Pantech Crossover for June 5th

AT&T announced their next Android handset this morning, the ultra-affordable Pantech Crossover.  Running Android 2.2 and powered by a 600MHz processor, AT&T bills the phone as “perfect for first-time smartphone users”.  Considering the 3.1-inch touch screen, sliding QWERTY ...

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OpenFeint Games Continue Rocketing Skyward, Tops 460 Titles

OpenFeint and their cross-platform games are practically keeping pace with Android’s growth, adding new titles at a rapid clip.  As of today, the selection of OpenFeint games has eclipsed 460, up 145 in the last two months alone.  The ability to unlock achievements, post scores to global ...

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NVIDIA Shows Off Quad-Core Power of Kal-El with ‘Glowball’ Demo [VIDEO]

NVIDIA has released a video demonstration which shows off how powerful and beautiful their new Kal-El platform can truly be. Hit the break and watch the four minute clip of a game called Glowball.  Once you’re done, you’ll never look at your dual-core handset or tablet the same.  If ...

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Disitmo Report Shows Android Market Could Be Doing Much Better For Itself

The Android Market is exploding  at a terrific rate, adding apps and games at an almost exponential rate.  And with 400,000 Android devices being activated every day, things couldn’t be better, right?  Meh… Take it easy.  There’s still plenty of room for improvement.  Plenty ...

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TouchType Drops SwiftKey X Beta into Android Market

TouchType is releasing a new keyboard app into the Android Market today with their SwiftKey X Beta (expected any time). If you’ve ever played with any previous beta releases of SwiftKey’s keyboard then this one will feel very familiar. I’ve had a chance to play with a few ...

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Google Wallet Ushers in New Era of Commerce

The future of commerce was unveiled today as Google, FirstData, Sprint, Citi, and MasterCard announced Google Wallet.  Confirming many of the recent rumors, the service is rolling out across select markets later this summer (San Francisco, New York) on handsets that offer NFC (Nexus S 4G).  How ...

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New SoundHound App ‘Hound’ Lets Users Speak It, Get It.

The team behind the popular music discovery application SoundHound have done it again. Today sees the developers launching another, albeit completely different, music discovery tool.  Called ‘Hound’, it lets users say the name of an artist, band, or song and get back ...

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Updated mSpot Combines Cloud and Storage Locker with Radio Spotter Beta

An updated version of mSpot has arrived in the Android Market today which blends storage locker services, radio, and cloud music. More specifically, mSpot combines the best parts of services like Pandora, Amazon and Google music storage, MOG, Rhapsody, and iTunes with a hint of Shazam. The new ...

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First Look at Sprint’s Samsung SPH-D600

Time to toss another handset on your radar today as we get our first look at the mid-range Samsung SPH-D600 for Sprint.  Early details include a 480×320 resolution display, 1GHz Snapdragon processor, a 3.2-megapixel camera, and support for Sprint’s 4G network.  We can also see that ...

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Sony Ericsson Xperia PLAY Review

I’ve been playing with a Verizon-branded version of the Xperia PLAY for around two weeks now and wanted to share my opinions on the new gaming/phone hybrid.  I attended a Google IO developer session where Sony Ericsson gave these to the people in attendance.  I am also aware that there is ...

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Sprint and Motorola Planning Something Special for June 9

We just got an invite to a luncheon in New York next month where Sprint and Motorola will let attendees get some hands-on time with their latest collaborations.  We can’t really imagine them getting together to let us play with a Wi-Fi version of the XOOM, nor the recently announced XPRT ...

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Verizon to Commence Gingerbread Update for Droid X

Droid X owners are advised to be on the lookout for a new software update this Friday.  Starting on May 27th, the carrier will begin deploying Android 2.3 Gingerbread to the Motorola handset, tossing in a slew of new features.  You’ll have to head over to Verizon’s support page now ...

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Samsung Confirms Galaxy Tab to Launch with Android 3.1 in “Few Days”

Samsung, set to drop their Galaxy Tab 10.1 on the masses in just a “few days”, has confirmed that the tablet will ship with the latest version of Android.  That’s the 3.1 release of Honeycomb for those keeping score at home.  Samsung recently gave away 5,500 special edition ...

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