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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Sony Ericsson Tweaks Android 2.1 Timeline for Xperia X10 Handsets

It was reported last month that Sony Ericsson planned on rolling out Android 2.1 to their Xperia X10 series of phones in the fourth quarter.  Today sees the company updating the timeline as they bump it up ever so slightly.  Deals, Discounts, Freebies, and More! Click here to save today!

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Brief, Blurry Video of Samsung Tablet

The Samsung tablet has found time to shoot a video, albeit a blurry cameo. Behold just under thirty seconds of the Tab acting like a phone. Yeah, a huge 7-inch phone. We know some are calling this thing the “Tape” but we’ll stick with “Tab” for now. As a refresher, ...

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Sony Ericsson Formally Announces Xperia X8

Sony Ericsson’s “Shakira” has has gone from rumored to official in under two weeks. The company has officially announced their next Android handset, the Xperia X8. As most predicted, the X8 falls neatly in the middle between the X10 and X10 Mini series. Sony Ericsson pegs the ...

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Next Generation of Droid Unleashed June 23rd

The end of the month is shaping up to be a fun one for us Android enthusiasts.  Samsung has asked us to “save the date” for the 29th as we assume they’ll be announcing the Galaxy S pricing and carrier availability.  Six days earlier, however, Verizon and Motorola are going to ...

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Rumor Taps Droid X For July 19th Launch

The Droid X rumor mill has gone into overdrive these past few days with pictures, specs, and ad treatments arriving almost daily.  All we’re really waiting on is price and a release date.  Scratch that, we’re only waiting on price now.  Thanks to, who else, Droid Life we have ...

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First Official Peek at Sony Ericsson Android-Based “Yendo” Walkman

The first images of Sony Ericsson’s upcoming Android-based Walkman have arrived online.  Thanks to the Unofficial Sony Ericsson Blog we can see that the not-yet-announced “Yendo” Walkman series devices look very much like the Xperia handsets released so far.  Coming in ...

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AT&T Does it Again, Restricts Non-Market Apps on HTC Aria

Gosh darnit AT&T.  Just when we thought you were starting to get Android you had to go and pull this stuff again.  Like the Motorola Backflip, the just-announced HTC Aria will not allow for users to download apps from outside of the Android Market.  Say farewell to beta testing and ...

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SoundHound Releases Free Version of Android App

Sound search company SoundHound has announced the availability of a new, free version of their Android application. The app app provides five free music searches per month in addition to unlimited voice, text, and lyrics searches. The premium version will now be called SoundHound Infinity and ...

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Samsung Galaxy Beam Brings First Android-Based Pico Projector Phone to Singapore

Samsung has announced that their Galaxy Beam (formerly “Halo”) handset is headed for Singapore next month. What makes this phone so special is it that it is the first Android handset to feature a built-in DLP pico projector. Running Android 2.1, the Beam also boasts a 3.7-inch Super ...

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