Official Mint.com App to Arrive Today [VIDEO]

Androinica is reporting that the official Mint.com financial application is slated to arrive in the Android Market today.  Our friend Andrew Kamika has been playing with it for roughly a week now and says it’s among the best financial apps in the market, if not the best.  Check out the ...

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Motorola MT720 Targets China’s Business Users

We just happened to be checking out Motorola’s website this evening when we stumbled upon another Android-based handset.  You’re looking at the MT720, which is an OPhone flavored version of Android.  Somehow this model flew under our radar.  After a quick look around some of our ...

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Motorola Shadow News Emerges From… The Shadows

It has been a while since we last reported on the device once dubbed as a “Nexus Two.”  Coming from handset maker Motorola, there’s nothing official about this mysterious Shadow phone. After hitting the web back in January, things were relatively quiet until this past weekend. ...

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How Would You Improve: Twitter for Android

Ok, so we’re sure you’ve heard by now… Twitter has released an official Android app.  With every 1.0 version of an app comes room for improvement.  The biggest issue we see standing in the way of massive Android dominance is the fact that it relies on Android 2.1 or higher.  ...

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This Week on AndroidGals

For those of you who aren’t aware, our sister site, AndroidGals, is up and chugging along.  If you haven’t been there yet, we definitely suggest taking a look at some of their work.  It’s not the same news that you’ll find here, there, and everywhere.  Rather, ...

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Is the LG Ally a Smart Phone, or Something Better? [VIDEO]

An LG Ally promo video has hit the internet and it definitely has us thinking a release is merely weeks away.  Check out the clip below and you’ll hear all sorts of wonderful references to Android apps including Latitutude, OpenTable, and eBay.  At the end of the video a website is shown ...

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Google IO: Will Google Announce App Storage on microSD for Froyo?

One of the biggest complaints among Android users from day one was the limited amount of storage space for applications.  Regardless how big your phone is and what amount of internal memory users have, they will always want more.  Such is the case with “Issue 1151” over at the ...

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Samsung Galaxy S Promo Commercial Arrives [VIDEO]

Check out the short video clip below to get a sense for how the forthcoming Galaxy S can help you out in your day-to-day life.  The commercial, if you can call it that, feels like an abbreviated version of the video we saw at the CTIA unveiling.  It’s the same video used to show us... Read More

Dell Aero Has Google Apps After All

Here’s some good news for you Android fans with AT&T service.  The Dell Aero will have the standard fare of Google applications and services.  This includes the Android Market,  YouTube, Google Maps, Google Talk, Gmail, and Google Search. It was initially reported that AT&T had ...

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Adobe Ready to Deliver Flash in June

Late yesterday saw Adobe CTO Kevin Lynch take to the official blog to reiterate the company’s recent stance on mobile platforms.  No longer interested in working with Apple, Adobe has decided to move forward with other mobile operating systems, specifically Android.  Have you seen ...

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Rumor: LG Aloha Headed to Verizon in May (UPDATE: To Be Called ‘Ally’)

The Boy Genius Report (BGR) is reporting that LG’s first super phone, the LG Aloha, should hit Big Red in May.  No exact date or pricing was given, but this is exciting news.  LG has yet to hit the United States with an Android phone.  This would certainly be a great way to enter the... ...

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Bloomberg: Sony to Announce Android-Based Dragonpoint TV at Google I/O

Bloomberg is reporting today that Sony is expected to unveil their new televisions based off a new version  of Android called Dragonpoint.  We’re going to go ahead and say this name will be a play on words “Drag N’ Point”.  The name alone already has us conjuring up ...

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Skyfire 2.0 Brings Flash-Enabled Browsing to All Android Devices

The award-winning web-browser known as Skyfire has come to Android today in the form of Skyfire 2.0. The flash-enabled browser client works on all flavors of Android, even for you 1.5 MOTOBLUR folks! Based on cloud computing, Skyfire 2.0 lets media rich websites load efficiently and without ...

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Verizon Sticks With Scary Droid for Incredible Commercials [VIDEO]

The first Droid Incredible commercial is available online through Verizon’s YoutTube channel.  It appears the carrier plans to scare people into buying this handset as well.  Kicking off the commercial is the familiar DROIIIIID sound with some very Matrix-like code falling in the ...

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McAfee Offers Free Anti-Malware Software to SK Telecom’s Android Phones

McAfee, Inc. has announced that they are providing McAfee VirusScan Mobile to Android users of Korea’s SK Telecom. The anti-malware solution is designed to secure Android-based handsets in the same manner that McAfee does for desktops. Further, the app secures personal information, offers ...

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