New Details Emerge for Sony PlayStation App

A few new details about Sony's PlayStation application have surfaced, shedding light on what's certain to be a top download. As expected, the app will not allow for direct game downloads or playing. At least, not yet. In a move that reminds us of Google, Sony plans to roll enhancements out over ...

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First Look at Motorola Cliq 2 for T-Mobile

Motorola and T-Mobile appear to be prepping a follow-up to their Cliq with a nearly identical looking device, dubbed the Cliq 2. Not a great deal has changed in the design department, save for an ugly looking keyboard that resembles alligator skin.

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A Dozen Thunderbolt 4G Pictures Leak Out

Well, it was only a matter of time. With just about one week to go before Verizon officially unveils their big 4G handset, the odds of a leaked picture were just about certain. The guys at Droid Life have happened upon one dozen images of HTC's third 4G 'first' and it's a beauty. It's also ...

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Android Market Unofficially Hits 200,000 Applications

The Android Market continues to swell at an enormous rate, adding new apps and games faster than most expected. Officially, Google puts the number of available titles at 100,000 but we know it's higher. How high exactly? Androlib.com has pegged the figure at 200,000 apps.

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Cowon Debuts Android 2.1-Powered ‘D3 Plenue’ Media Player

Cowon recently unveiled their new Android 2.1-powered D3 Plenue media player which features a 3.7-inch ( 800x480) AMOLED display. Available in two colors (black, purple), the D3 comes in 8GB, 16GB, and 32GB models, and provides support for many Android standards.

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Samsung Rumored to Debut Galaxy Tab 2 at CES, Galaxy S Successor at MWC 2011

As we enter the new year, Samsung is rumored to be prepping follow-up devices to their Galaxy Tab lineup and their flagship Galaxy S phones.

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Dell Streak 7/Looking Glass Hits FCC, Appears Headed for T-Mobile, AT&T

Dell's 7-inch Android tablet, the Streak 7, appears to be headed to T-Mobile once it's finally unveiled. A recent FCC filing shows the device listed with a M02M model number with support for a 3G modem that works for both AT&T and T-Mobile bands.

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SoundHound Announces Free Unlimited Music Recognition

After starting out as a free Android application, last year saw Shazam switch to a lite and paid apps model. SoundHound, on the other hand, has taken the opposite route.

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HTC Teases With Package of Seemingly Related Android Stuff

I am not sure what to make of the following items. Last week, I received a package on Wednesday that looked and felt an awful lot like it would contain a review unit cell phone. The name on the box indicated it was from HTC's PR firm, Waggener Edstrom. Excited that it might be a new HTC ...

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LG Ally to See Froyo in February 2011

According to LG's official forum, Verizon's LG Ally handsets will see Android 2.2 in February 2011. After making its debut with Android 2.1 all the way back in May 2010, the handset maker later promised Android 2.2 would eventually come.

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Best Buy Gearing up to Launch EVO Shift 4G at $149.99 with Contract

Here’s a bit of welcome news for those of you looking to pick up Sprint’s next big thing.  The EVO Shift 4G will not come with the typical $200 price tag on it. To our surprise, the smart phone looks to debut with a lower-than-expected $149.99 price tag.  Not only is this $50 less ...

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Is Verizon Expecting Froyo for the Fascinate This Week?

Could Verizon be readying Android 2.2 for their Galaxy S series handset by the end of the week/month/year?

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VLC Player Coming to Android in “Matter of Weeks”

After debuting on iPhone back in the fall, VLC, the immensely popular open-source video player looks to be headed to Android soon. Just how soon is not 100-percent definite, but the team tells GigaOM that pieces are coming together and that it should be only a "matter of weeks".

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Sony Ericsson Teases New Members in Xperia Family for MWC 2011

Sony Ericsson is already sending out invitations to a Mobile World Congress event where they plan to show off the new members of the Xperia family.  As to what specifically we might see hasn’t been confirmed, but we do have a few ideas.      

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Hurry! EA Drops Prices of All Games in Android Market to 99¢

Attention gamers! EA Mobile has dropped the price of their Android games down to the very attractive price of 99¢ each! This means that for a limited time, users can download and install Tetris, The Sims 3, Need for Speed: Shift, and FIFA 10 for less than a Venti White Chocolate Mocha.

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