T-Mobile myTouch 3G Slide Details

Details surrounding T-Mobile’s next Android handset, the myTouch Slide, are starting to come together.  We know that the handset will come in black, red, and white iterations thanks to recently leaked photos.  In the last few days, we’ve also learned that the phone is to be called ...

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RadioTime Streams 30,000 AM/FM and Internet-only Stations

Have you ever found yourself out of town and wanting to listen to your local radio station from back home? If your favorite station is owned by ClearChannel, iheartradio does the trick.  But what about those thousand of other stations from around the country?  How does one tune into them? ...

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PocketNavigator: Tactile Pedestrian Navigation

As many of you are beginning to find out, there are scores of turn-by-turn driving apps for Android handsets.  Everyone has their own preferences, be it TeleNav, waze, CoPilot, or another.  But what about those of us who spend their days walking to and from our destinations? Google Maps offers ...

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As Expected, Droid Incredible Pre-Orders Start

For those of you interested in picking up the latest and greatest Android handset on Verizon’s network, the carrier’s pre-order site went live earlier today.  As promised, users can now go online and drop $199.99 on the HTC Incredible.  When it was announced last week, the phone was ...

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Motorola Prototype Surfaces, Yet Another Form Factor

You have to give Motorola credit for not churning out the same handset over and over.  It’s simple to take the route of either a slab phone or sliding QWERTY, yet Motorola keeps coming up with various form factors for Android.  Take a look at the pictures below and you’ll see the ...

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Beta Test This! Adobe Flash Player and Adobe AIR for Android

It was only a few days ago when we posted an article that had Adobe’s CEO talking about Android users seeing Flash later this year.  Starting immediately, users can sign up to get their hands on a beta for both Adobe’s Flash Player and AIR 2.0 for Android.  In a blog posted ...

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Rumor: Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 to add Multi-Touch, 2.1

Don’t start holding your breath just yet but it seems like the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 might get a much-needed boost later this year.  Two of the biggest gripes about the handset, Android 1.6 and lack of multi-touch, could be addressed by updates in the second half of 2010.  These two ...

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Handmark and Goal.com Team up for Free Football (Soccer) App

Handmark, makers of such Android apps as Tweetcaster and Astraware Sudoku, has partnered up with Goal.com, to create a new application aimed at football fans around the world. To be clear, the football we’re talking about is what us Americans call soccer. The free app includes real-times ...

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Samsung T959 with 4-inch AMOLED Display Headed to T-Mobile? Is it the Galaxy S?

Another Samsung handset was outed thanks to some digging around the Bluetooth SIG website.  Someone over at Unwired View happened upon a previously unmentioned T959 handset bearing some interesting specifications. As it appears, we might be looking at a Samsung Galaxy S headed for T-Mobile. The ...

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Dell Aero Due in June, Larger Streak Tablets Coming

Engadget scored a couple bits of Dell-related Android news today and was only happy to share with the world.  First up, the Dell Aero handset is due out in early June.  You know the Aero, right?  It’s that other locked down AT&T handset besides the Backflip. It appears that there are ...

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Sprint Hero Getting 2.1 “First Week of May”

The highly anticipated 2.1 update for the HTC Hero on Sprint’s network has been rumored with various rollout dates for months now.  We received an email today from a follower who went straight to the carrier and asked about the 2.1 he was expecting today.  According to the representative ...

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Glympse Adds Facebook Sharing

Glympse is announcing new features to their location-sharing service today which now includes Facebook integration. Android users can share their location with Facebook friends and allow them to track real-time movement over a predetermined time period.  That’s right, you can now post ...

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Adobe CEO: “Flash Coming to Android Second Half of Year”

Here we go again. The on-again-off-again rumors of whether Flash is coming to Android took a turn for the good today. Adobe’s CEO Shantanu Narayen was on FOX Business speaking about Creative Suite 5 (CS5) when the subject switched to mobile.

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Android Market Now 38,000 Apps Deep, Nexus One Profitable

It seems like we were just talking about hitting 30,000 apps only a few days ago, doesn’t it?  Well, the semi-official word out of Google today is that the Android Market is over 38,000 applications strong.  We say apps, but we know with Android this figure also includes wallpapers and ...

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And It’s Official… Verizon Announces Droid Incredible for April 29th

One of the worst kept secrets in the history of Android has finally come to an end.  The Droid Incredible is official from Verizon and due out April 29th.  Starting Monday, April 19th, interested parties will be able to available for pre-order online at www.verizonwireless.com.  No surprises at ...

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