Netflix Wants to Hire an “Android Video Playback Expert”

In a hint of things to come, Netflix has posted a job listing on their website looking for someone to help build with instant streaming client for Android devices.  As far as the candidate is concerned, the company is seeking someone with a strong history of embedded and mobile development.  ...

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HTC Incredible Specs Confirmed via Leaked User Manual

The presumed final specs for the HTC Incredible have made their way online thanks to a leaked user guide.  If you’re feeling up to it, you can peruse the entire 200+ page document, reading up on everything the phone does.  For those of you who are just about the hardware and only care ...

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Manually Install Android 2.1 on your Rooted Samsung Moment

It was rumored earlier in the week that Sprint and Samsung had begun internally testing Android 2.1 on the Moment.  Here we are only a few days removed and the ROM has arrived online.  The update file (for rooted phones) can be found in an SDX-Developers.com forum post.  Among the early ...

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Download This! iTag

There’s no way around it.  As much as we try to keep our cell phones with us, somehow we still manage to leave them places.  We leave our handsets on the counter at home, in the taxi, on the airplane, and in (yikes) bathrooms.  Have you seen today's Deal of the Day? It's insane!

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Leaked Pic Shows myTouch Slide Headed for “The Shack”

Looks like we might be ready to start talking about the myTouch Slide again.  A newly leaked image from Radio Shack (The Shack) shows a T-Mobile MyTouch Slide with ‘Image Coming Soon.”  We’re pretty sure we already know what the phone looks like and what some of the details ...

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Watch as Droid Does All Kinds of Wonderful Things [VIDEO]

We just received an email from a member of the M80 team.  Apparently, they are behind some new viral ad campaigns for Motorola and the Droid.  Below, you will find 4 YoutTube clips, each showcasing a different “hidden feature” found in the handset. Did you know that Droid does ...

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Medialets Announces Rich Media Ad SDK for Android

Medialets has just announced the release of their Rich Media Ad SDK for Android and with that became the first, and only, “cross-platform, network independent, fully native rich media solution for mobile”. What this basically means is that it’s possible to deliver the same ...

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XDA-Developers Now Available in App Format!

The gang of guys (and gals) over at XDA-Developers have made quite a name for themselves over the last few years.  When it comes to forums for ROMs and hacking, it’s often among the first names mentioned.  Effective immediately, the XDA-Developers is available on the go with the release ...

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Sprint Releases Their Own Branded Football App

As some of you may already know, Sprint recently lost their title as the NFL’s official wireless service sponsor to Verizon. With the NFL draft just a few days away, many were wondering what the carrier would do to as a reaction. Sprint began rolling out text messages this week to some of ...

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Gmail for Mobile Adds Buzz Integration to Inbox

Yesterday it was announced that the latest version of Google’s Gmail for Mobile website has been tweaked to include Buzz status in the inbox.  It’s now possible to see what your friends are up to without opening another page or application.  The Gmail inbox on your Android handset ...

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Global IP Solutions Helping to Enable Video Chat on Android Devices

Global IP Solutions (GIPS), a provider of voice and video processing in IP communications, has announced their GIPS VideoEngine. This first-to-market tool gives Android developers the ability to integrate video conferencing/video chat into future applications. With each wireless provider ...

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Rhapsody Arrives in Android Market

Rhapsody has taken their music service out of beta and released it into the Android Market.  Starting today, users can install the app and check out favorite songs or listen to the latest releases over their Android phone.   Although the app is free to download, it does require a subscription ...

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First Pic of Alleged Samsung Moment 2 Arrives

It doesn’t seem to be taking Samsung and Sprint very long to follow up last fall’s Moment handset.  What you are looking at above is rumored to be the first picture of the SPH-M910 Moment 2, obviously headed for the Now Network. As the gossip tells us, this will be the first Android ...

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Samsung Galaxy S to Offer Font Downloads via Monotype’s FlipFont

It was announced earlier today that the Samsung Galaxy S will be the first mobile phone to come preloaded with Monotype Imaging’s FlipFont application.  Expected to ship later this summer, the Galaxy S will present users  with the ability customize and enhance their user experience by ...

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ComScore Report Indicates Android Momentum in Full Swing

According to yesterday’s comScore findings, Android posted a 5.2 percent gain in markest share in the November 2009 – February 2010 time frame, considerably better than the likes of Apple and Research in Motion. The growth is obviously  a result of the Motorola Droid and Nexus One ...

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