AT&T Taps Captivate With $200 Price Tag, July 18 Release

AT&T’s first high end Android phone, the Samsung Captivate has finally been given a launch date and price point.  Look for the Ma Bell flavored Samsung Galaxy S to arrive July 18th at the ever-popular $200 price point.  Don’t worry about mail-in rebates or gift cards as ...

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Latest WordPress for Android (1.3) is a Winner

Don’t tell the iFans this but the Android version of the WordPress application is better than the iPhone counterpart.  Shhh!  The team at Automattic rolled out the latest release (1.3) of the popular blogging tool for Android devices and it adds much desired features to an already strong ...

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Game On! 21 Droid X Vouchers Hidden Across United States

The official Droid X twitter (@DroidLanding) game is underway.  Verizon and Motorola have hidden 21 Droid X vouchers around the United States and is slowly leaking out information as to where to find them.  Throughout the day, the DroidLanding account tweets out random clues as to where ...

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Sprint Announces $99 Samsung Intercept for July 11

Yesterday Sprint formally announced the next chapter in their Android saga with the entry-level Samsung Intercept.  The phone, which runs $99 after $100 mail-in rebate, is essentially the follow up to last year’s Moment.  Features include a 3.2-inch touch screen, a 3.2-megapixel camera, ...

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T-Mobile Flavored Motoroi Spied at FCC

Here comes another high end Android phone from Motorola.  Unlike in the past where every high end Motorola phone goes to Verizon, this time T-Mobile gets the love. Looking every bit like a MOTOROI, the MB710 has been found in FCC documents with multiple references to T-Mobile and their services.

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Remainder of T-Mobile 2010 Roadmap Reveals Android Phones from HTC, Motorola, and LG

The team over at AndroidSpin have gotten their hands on what looks to be the roadmap for T-Mobile over the rest of the year.  Judging by the looks of it, we’ll be seeing at least five more Android phones from handset makers HTC, Motorola, and LG. 

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MobiTV by the Numbers

MobiTV has been providing live TV to mobile device since since 1999 with content from brands such NBC, ESPN, and Disney. Chances are good that if you’ve ever watched live television on a phone, MobiTV was behind it. Recently the company has seen tremendous growth thanks to both Android, ...

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Borders Opens eBook Store, Releases Android App

Today finds Borders Group, Inc. announcing the launch of their Kobo-powered, Borders-branded eBook store. Kicking off with access to over 1.5 million books, the store offers a variety of formats including ePub, PDF, and mobile. Also available immediately is a Borders ebook application for ...

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Motorola Charm Officially Announced for T-Mobile, Due “This Summer”

Motorola finally confirmed what we’ve been expecting for the last few weeks, a new MOTOBLUR handset is headed for T-Mobile.  Officially dubbed the CHARM, it is the first device in the United States to come with the new version of MOTOBLUR.  Features include a 2.8-inch touch screen, a full ...

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AppBrain Launches Push Installation for Apps via Website

Last month at Google I/O we got a early glimpse into some of features that will hit Android in the future.  Not quite ready for Froyo, many expect to see these goodies land with Gingerbread late this year or early next year.  Among the standout features was the ability to install applications ...

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Verizon Releases Droid X Video to Tell Us “This Phone is Awesome!” [VIDEO]

Verizon just published a new video on their YouTube channel dedicated to their forthcoming Droid X handset.  The four minute clip gives us a really good look at the ins and outs of the device and focuses on the multimedia capabilities of the phone.  Thankfully, Blake tells us that the Droid X ...

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Motorola Charm Hitting T-Mobile Stores, On Sale Soon?

Don’t tell your school-aged kids and siblings, but some retailers are already considering this to be back-to-school time.  Having said that, it would be no surprise to learn that T-Mobile  stores have started receiving their shipments of Charm demo handsets.  As we mentioned earlier this ...

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Twidroid Acquired, to be Bundled with Millions of New Devices

The first recognized name in Android twitter clients, Twidroid has been acquired by TweetUp.  Rebranded as Twidroyd, the highly rated application is expected to come preloaded on “millions of upcoming Android phones” from top players in the industry.  Why the name change?  ...

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Android Boosts HTC Q2 Earnings

Thanks to phones like the Droid Incredible, EVO 4G, and Nexus One, Taiwanese handset maker HTC just announced a fantastic second quarter. Sales are up 58 percent year-to-year with net profit growing 33 percent over the same time frame. Of course HTC still uses Windows Mobile for some of their ...

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PriceGrabber’s Android App Released

Popular online shopping site, PriceGrabber.com has announced the release of their native Android application. Much like the online shopping experience, the app lets users search, compare, and purchase products from a catalog that spans 25 categories and 11,000 merchants. If you’re looking ...

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