Why Wait? Grab AT&T’s HSUPA For Your Atrix 4G Now!

Rooted Motorola Atrix 4G owners will be happy to know that they can grab AT&T’s HSUPA data speeds for themselves.  Rather than waiting around for the carrier to enable the true high speed 4G that the phone is capable of, a couple of XDA members (dew.man and NFHimself) took things into ...

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Cook Your Own Theme in the Ultimate Online Theme Kitchen

Let’s say you have a rooted Android handset and get the itch to build your own theme because your ideas are better than what anyone else is doing.  The problem is you just don’t have any serious coding experience.  What does one do?  For starters, you might want to check out the ...

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AndroidRTK Offering ROMs, Themes, and Kernels in One Handy Place

Listen up Android hackers and modders, we’ve got a new site for you to check out.  Last week AndroidRTK opened the doors to their all-in-one resource which supplies ROMs, Themes, and Kernels for you handsets.  The organization appears to be pretty straightforward in that you select the ...

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Google Realtime Search Integrates New Sources

Google Realtime Search picked up a nice boost this week with the addition of a handful of new sources.  Joining the likes of Facebook and Twitter are Quora, Gowalla, Plixi, Me2day, Twitgoo, and others.  Should you look to find out exactly what is happening right now, Realtime Search is a ...

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OfferedApp Trades Free Paid Apps in Exchange for Your Taking a Survey

Another application distribution store is getting traction today as OfferedApp.com announces their new internet-based model. What makes this one so different from the current crop of app stores?  There will be one title offered each day at no cost to users. While these would normally be paid ...

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Lookout Mobile Security Throwing Party on Eve of Google IO; We Have 30 Tickets to Give Away!

Google I/O 2011 is but a few short weeks away, where we’ll get our annual glimpse into the future of Android and other Google development.  As many of you readers are also developers and enthusiasts, we know you’ll making the trip to San Francisco to get a first-hand look for ...

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Nielsen: Android Now Preferred Mobile OS for Past, Present, and Future Smart Phone Purchases

Android is now the preferred mobile operating system for customers looking to pick up a new smart phone. And the preferred mobile OS for people who just bought a smart phone.  And the preferred… Well you see where we’re going. Nielsen dropped a nice little report today which ...

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Verizon, Casio Announce Rugged CASIO G’zOne Commando

Verizon and Casio announced earlier today that the rugged G’zOne Commando will join the smart phone line up later this week. Dropping on April 28th with the Droid Incredible 2, the Commando meets military standards for rain, dust, temperature, and other environmental factors. The $199 ...

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Sony Confirms S1, S2 Tablets with Announcement

Sony confirmed the existence of two rumored Android 3.0 tablets today with a press release for their new “Sony Tablet”. Yup, that’s the name, for now. Engadget pretty much nailed every aspect of these devices a few months back but we’ll refresh your minds. Have you seen ...

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Verizon Taps Global-Ready Droid Incredible 2 for April 28 Arrival

Verizon has officially announced the follow up to last year’s Droid Incredible in the new, wait for it, Droid Incredible 2.  Dropping later this week on April 28th, the HTC handset will run $199.99 with a two-year service agreement. Specs include a 4-inch LCD display, 1GHz Snapdragon ...

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Sprint’s Nexus 4G Gets $199 Price Tag, May 8 Launch

We just got official word from Sprint that their version of the Nexus S will be arriving in stores across the country on May 8th. Carrying a $199 price tag (two-year commitment), the Nexus 4G features Android 2.3, a 1 GHZ processor, 5-megapixel camera, and support for Sprint’s 4G network. ...

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Instinctiv Music Player Combines Best of Your Favorite Music Apps

We just learned of a new music player for Android that we think you guys and gals might be interested in taking a look at.  It’s called Instincitv Music Player, and it looks to feature many of the features from other popular Android apps.  Features include wireless sync (dobuleTwist), ...

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Whrrl Users Can Export Data to Bizzy for Continued Personalized Local Recommendations

As some of you may have heard, Groupon recently acquired Pelago, makers of terrific ‘anti-search’ application, Whrrl.  At some point down the road, Groupon will fold the technology and features into their own offering.  The basic premise behind Whrrl was to help users discover new ...

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NOOK Color v1.2 Adds Support for Apps, Email, and More!

Barnes & Noble announced a large firmware update today for their popular NOOK Color, including Froyo and Adobe Flash support as well as other tablet-like options. As we’ve been anticipating for quite some time, the NOOK Color now has access to a select set of applications, a new email ...

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Bump 2.0 Adds New Features, Overhauls UI

Bump has been on Android for a while now, however we’ve always looked the our iOS counterpart with a little bit of jealousy.  Sure, it works on a fundamental level, but we know there are features missing.  Well, not any longer.  Bump 2.0 is out now and it adds a lot of the stuff ...

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