KeyesLabs Fights App Piracy with Automatic Application Licensing

KeyesLabs, makers of Screebl and Screebl Pro, have found their apps getting rather popular.  Great news, right?  Unfortunately, it’s not.  Developer and founder David Keyes estimates that after nearly 100,000 downloads, roughly 70% of them are pirated copies.  So, to combat this issue, ...

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Official: Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Will Get Android 2.1 in Q4

Good news for you Sony Ericsson fans out there – the Xperia X10 will be getting Android 2.1 later this year. Officially.  The Sony Ericsson blog tells us that a UXP update will roll out in the fourth quarter of 2010 for the entire X10 family of handsets.  Yes, this means the X10 mini ...

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HomePipe Provides Cloud-Free Access to Your Files From Wherever, Whenever

HomePipe Networks has announced the release of their Android app, giving users access to their home content while on the go. With the free application, photos, videos, and files are readily accessible over a WiFi or 3G connection, regardless of firewall. There’s no cloud storage or ...

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SugarSync Adds Features, Refreshes UI

Yesterday  SugarSync announced a refreshed version of their Android application as well as some new features.  The changes were designed to improve the way in which users access, sync, and stream their files. Among the additions to the app are e-mail address auto-complete which helps finish ...

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Samsung Galaxy A Released for SK Telecom

Samsung has released their SHW-M100S Galaxy A handset for domestic wireless provider SK Telecom. Features include a 3.7-inch AMOLED PLUS touch display, a 5 megapixel camera, and 8GB internal memory. The phone, powered by a 720MHz processor, also rocks support for DivX, T-DMB, Bluetooth 2.1, and ...

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Cellular South Teases us With “True Game Changer”

Cellular South has thrown an image up on their site teasing customers with a new Android handset.  There’s no mention as to what’s in store, only that it will be a “true game changer”.  There’s a tiny piece of phone peeking out from under the red cloth, one that ...

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Samsung’s “S-pad” to Feature 7-Inch SuperAMOLED Display

Korean site Etnews (translated) is reporting that Samsung has a 7-inch SuperAMOLED tablet in the works. Due in late July/early August, the “S-pad” will be supported by SK Telecom and offer both WiFi and 3G connectivity. Other specs include a USB dock, ebooks from Korea’s ...

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T-Mobile myTouch 3G Slide: What You Need to Know

Late last night, T-Mobile officially announced their next Android-powered handset, the myTouch 3G Slide. Is this just the next release in a line of Android smart phones or does it offer something new? Let’s take a look at some of the features that help the myTouch 3G Slide stand out from ...

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LG Opens Micro-Site for Ally

LG has finally flipped the switch on their Ally micro-site, letting users get a sense for what the phone has in store for us.  The specs read like this: Android 2.1, 3.2-inch touch screen, WiFi, GPS, and Bluetooth.  Of course, we still have to wait for the meat and potatoes like processor and ...

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Samsung M910 Clears FCC, Confirms Moment 2 Details

Digging through the FCC has never been one of our favorite things to do as it’s generally too confusing for our liking.  However, we love to share the stuff found by others.  Such is the case with the Samsung M910 which was picked up by AndroidCentral.  So is the SPH-M910 going to be the ...

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Android 1.5 Still Biggest Slice of Fragmentation Pie

The latest figures are in from the Android Developers blog showing the relative number of active devices using the various flavors of Android.  This is basically a chart that shows what handsets are currently active and looking for apps.  Somewhat surprisingly, Android 1.5 still commands the ...

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Thumbplay Music Comes out of Beta

Thumbplay is formerly announcing their cloud-based ThumbPlay Music application/service for Android handsets.  The $10/month subscription service gives users unlimited access to over 8 million tracks through all the major record labels and an additional 25,000 independent labels. Deals, ...

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LG Ally Arrives May 20th

The first Android-based smart phone from LG to hit the US has gone from rumor to real deal in a matter of days.  We just found official confirmation showing May 20th as the release date for the LG Ally.  The handset manufacturer is gearing up for a full-on advertising blitz starting ...

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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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