Kobo for Android Announced

Popular eBook service, Kobo, has announced the release of their Android application today.  As a free download in the Android Market, the title provides for full access to over two million eBooks out of the Kobo store.  Existing customers will find that their account works as soon as you load ...

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Best Buy Offering Exclusive White EVO 4G

Engadget was passed along an image this morning that shows Best Buy will be offering the HTC EVO 4G in white as part of an exclusive deal.  Officially launching July 11th, customers are able to pre-order one starting today.  Don’t go to Sprint looking for one of these as the carrier ...

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QWERTY-Based Samsung Galaxy Q Coming to US

We recently saw our first images of Sprint’s forthcoming Galaxy S Pro which, for all practical purposes, looks like a standard Galaxy S with a sliding QWERTY.  Word is coming today that Samsung is readying a QWERTY-based Galaxy Q for the United States later this year.  Armed with ...

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Droid 2 Gets a Surprise Hand-On

One of Gizmodo’s lucky readers was able to get his hands on the upcoming Droid 2 from Verizon and Motorola.  Since we pretty much know all there is in terms of specs (1GHz, 5- megapixel camera, 8GB of internal storage) we’ll jump right to his perception of the phone.  I think ...

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“Everlands” Looks to be Another Solid Hexage Offering

Hexage, makers of such Android games as Radiant, Totemo, and Booka, are back with what looks like another promising title.  Called Everlands, the game has over twenty levels and features dozens of colorful characters with individual features, abilities, strengths and weaknesses.  Gameplay is ...

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In an Era of Human Error, Droid Does Oopsies

Verizon leaped into action today, adjusting the specs for the Droid X handset on their coming soon page.  No longer listed as “720p screen”, the phone now “captures 720p”.  It’s nice to see the human touch here as people at Verizon are obviously paying attention to ...

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AT&T First out of the Gate with Galaxy S, Announces Samsung Captivate

AT&T, of all companies, is the first of the US wireless providers to announce the Samsung Galaxy S.  In what comes as no surprise, the phone will be called the Samsung Captivate and will rock the same internal hardware. Have you seen today's Deal of the Day? It's insane!

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Droid X Listed as “Coming Soon” on Verizon Website

Ok kids, get ready for another round of the Droid blitz.  Verizon’s website has officially listed the Droid X as coming soon.  If you are interested in learning more (who isn’t?) about the next generation of Droid, you can add your email address to the list.  Hovering over the ...

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Rumor: Samsung’s YP-MB2 to be Called Galaxy Touch

Earlier this month we reported that Samsung appeared to be working on a portable media player running Android.  Assumed to be part of their Yepp brand of players, the device features a 4-inch AMOLED screen and the  TouchWiz 3.0 user interface.  Today we’re hearing that the media player ...

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Verizon’s Recommended Apps for Summer Travel

Whether you’re planning a quick office getaway or a two-week vacation this summer, Verizon has picked out a couple of apps for you.  Some are designed to help you prepare for the flight and hotel booking while others will come in handy once you arrive at your destination.  Take a look at ...

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Logitech Confirms Companion Box to be Called “Revue”

Logitech took to their blog today to confirm the “Revue” as their companion box for Google TV.  Rather than forking out hundreds or thousands for a new television, Logitech’s add-on peripheral is designed to complement any current HD set.  So how did they come up with the ...

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Beta Test This! Device Tune-up (T-Mobile Only)

T-Mobile is currently looking for beta testers for their new task killer, Device Tune-up .  As T-Mobile puts it, this is not your ordinary app killer.  It’s designed to run in the background and handle all the busy work for you.  It’s expected that you won’t know it’s ...

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HTC Desire Arrives Stateside on “Select Regional Operators” in August [UPDATE: Cellular South]

HTC took to twitter earlier today to let their followers know that the Desire handset would be coming to the United States.  Considered by many to be a “Nexus One with Sense UI” the Desire would make a welcome addition to any carrier’s lineup.  Sadly, neither AT&T nor ...

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AT&T CEO Obviously Not a Fan of Google

There’s an article on the Wall Street Journal today that talks about AT&T and their reaction to Verizon’s willingness to cozy up to Google and Android.  While CEO Randall Stephenson acknowledges that they have done a terrible job could do better with Android, he promises ...

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HTC Issues Official Statement on Hero and Eclair: “By End of June”

HTC Hero owners have been growing increasingly impatient as they wait for an Android 2.1 update.  We’ve heard rumblings that something was going to happen later this month and now it looks official.  We received the following statement this morning directly from HTC’s PR company. ...

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