Sprint Recommends Apps for Memorial Day Travelers

Sprint is doing their part to make Android handset owners aware of apps that can benefit them come Memorial Day.  If you plan to do any traveling or cooking out, you’ll be wise to check out these recommendations!  Many of you seasoned vets may already be familiar with these titles.  ...

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THE ONION: New Google Service Whispers Targeted Ads During Phone Calls

Think things are bad now?  Privacy hounds are going to be up in arms once they see what Google is up to now!  Watch the ‘news’ clip below to see what the future holds for ad-subsidized handsets and content/location aware advertising. New Google Phone Service Whispers Targeted Ads ...

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AT&T Releases ‘myWireless Mobile’ App for Motorola Backflip, Android

Effective immediately, customers with Motorola Backflip handsets can download AT&T’s myWireless Mobile app. The free title allows users to manage their AT&T wireless account while on the go. Not to worry though, the app is not device specific. Once AT&T decides to roll out ...

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Tune In to Tonight’s Podcast Live and Win 1 Year of TeleNav GPS!

Tonight’s episode of the podcast marks the official 1 year anniversary of our weekly Monday night show.  It’s hard to believe it but we’ve been doing this for 52 weeks now!  Our podcast goes live every Monday at 10PM EST/7PM PST over at BlogTalkRadio.  We open up a chat room ...

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Verizon CEO Talks Android Tablets and LTE Phones

Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam is doing his part to rally excitement for Android phones and tablets. Big Red’s boss was recently at the Reuters Global Technology Summit where he divulged a few goodies. What kind of goodies? How about Motorola, Samsung Electronics and LG Electronics working on ...

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Gameloft Offering 10 HD Titles for Android

Just in time for their tenth anniversary, Gameloft has announced the availability ten high-definition 3G games for Android and other smart phone platforms. According to the press release, Gameloft has custom created each game for individual handsets which should enhance the gaming experience. ...

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HTC Unveils ‘Wildfire’ for European and Asian Markets

HTC has just unveiled their next Android handset this morning. Called the Wildfire, it’s a Sense UI smart phone that follows in the footsteps of HTC Tattoo with a bit of Desire form factor. Like other Sense-based devices, the Wildfire features Friend Stream, Peep and the other widgets ...

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Have You Seen the New Android Market Yet?

Sometime over the last few days Google refreshed the look of the Android Market website.  While it’s not a total redesign of the previous setup, it does look like the company is headed in the right direction.  Visitors can now browse through top free, top paid, and featured apps just a ...

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T-Mobile myTouch 3G Slide to Bow at $149 Next Month

One thing noticeably absent from T-Mobile’s  myTouch 3G Slide announcement a few weeks back was the price.  Based on the known and rumored specs, many of us were guessing the phone would launch with a $150-$180 price tag. Based on a newly leaked document, we know that the actual cost ...

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Rumor: T-Mobile ‘Project Emerald’ is Sidekick-Branded Android Product

We reported earlier this week what we believed to be details about T-Mobile’s ultra-secretive Project Emerald.  At the time, we suggested that the Samsung Galaxy S was the handset behind the project and it would be coming early July.  We still feel very strongly about the actual phone ...

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Easter Egg Has Android Destroying Your Search Results

An easter egg of sorts has been found withing Google’s UK search page.  Users who type in “Meet Android” and hit the “I’m Feeling Lucky” button can watch as a giant green Android takes over the results page.  For those of you living outside of the UK, you can ...

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Piecing Things Togther: Leak Tips Motorola MB511 Ruth as ‘Flipout’

We learned back in January that Motorola had an MB511 handset in the works thanks to the sleuths at cellphone signal.  At the time, we speculated that the design might look something like a Motorola Q.  We’ve also been gathering bits of information lately on the oddly-designed ...

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Droid Does Two More Commercials [VIDEO]

You gotta give Verizon credit for the way they continue to push Android and the Droid lineup forward.  We’re totally pleased with how they’ve been transitioning to specific applications and what Android provides.  Whereas it previously was all about the Droid phone, it now feels ...

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Spotted! T-Mobile Flavored Samsung Galaxy S

Howard Chui of howardchui.com recently posted a short, hands-on video walkthrough of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S handset. Astute viewers have noticed that a handful of T-Mobile applications were sitting front and center when the menu of apps was opened. Take a look at the image to the right ...

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Google Changes Store Approach: “It’s Clear That Many Customers Like a Hands-on Experience”

Andy Rubin just published a post on the Official Google Blog where he announced some sweeping changes in the company’s approach to selling phones.  The company has realized that after a few months, the store needs to be adjusted to reflect the needs and wants of consumers.  It appears ...

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