Heathrow Celebrates Resumed Flights with Android App

Heathrow Airport is celebrating their resumed flights this week with the announcement of Heathrow Airport Guide for Android handsets.  As the official app for the United Kingdom’s largest airport, this title comes in both free and paid flavors.  Using Heathrow Mobile travelers can check ...

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Select Droid Incredibles Arriving Days Ahead of Schedule (Incredibly Early)

A handful of lucky Verizon customers are finding that the Droid Incredible they just ordered on Monday have started arriving.  Such is the case with user SoSmarmy of AndroidForums.  After mentioning in a thread that he received his phone a day after ordering it, a handful of envious members ...

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Progressive Releases Car Insurance App for Android

After seeing tremendous interest in their mobile site from Android users, Progressive has released a full-on application to the market.  Aimed to simplify the online experience, the free app provides many of the same features as the their full website including getting quotes, making payments, ...

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T-Mobile USA to Offer Garminfone in Exclusive Deal

T-Mobile USA, Inc has officially announced another Android handset exclusive today with the upcoming Garminfone.  Touted as the “first Android-powered smart phone fully integrated with Garmin’s premium navigation experience”, it features a 3.5-inch screen and a 3-megapixel camera ...

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Ford’s SYNC AppLink to Allow Hands-Free Voice with Android Apps

Automaker Ford has announced their new SYNC AppLink software to allow for hands-free voice control of a select Android (and BlackBerry) applications. Coming in the form of a downloadable updgrade, SYNC AppLink, will be released for 2011 Ford Fiesta owners with the “award-winning SYNC ...

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Protected Apps Missing for HTC Desire Owners

Some HTC Desire owners are starting to run into aggravation over the inability to download select apps from the Android Market.  Apparently, Google yet to “sign off” the new HTC Desire ROM and it’s hiding copy protected applications from users when browsing the Android ...

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Sprint Sending Out Invitations to HTC EVO 4G Event May 12th

We just received an email from Sprint inviting us to join the Dan Hesse (CEO) next month for a hands-on look at the upcoming HTC EVO 4G. Not only that, but we’d be treated to a special advanced viewing of this summer’s Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time weeks before it hits theaters.

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Samsung Galaxy S to All Four Major Carriers?

Is Samsung planning to forgo the route of carrier exclusivity with their Galaxy S handset?  According to Broadpoint.AmTech analyst Mark McKechnie, that might very well be the case.  The world’s #2 cell phone maker expects to offer their latest super phone with T-Mobile, AT&T, and ...

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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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