Sprint’s WiMAX Handset (Supersonic) to Launch by Summer

Sprint plans to have their first 4G WiMAX-capable handset on the market before the summer gets started.  According to Forbes, the carrier told them that the device will arrive a few months earlier than expected.  So which handset will this be?  It’s widely rumored to be the HTC ...

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Google Shopper for Android

Google has unveiled their latest Android application, Shopper.   Using the camera built into your Android handset, users can find information and pricing on CDs, books, DVDs, video games, and other products.  There are a variety of ways to find results.  Take a picture of the item, scan its ...

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T-Mobile Begins Rolling Out Cliq and Behold II Updates [Updated]

T-Mobile USA has started pushing out over-the-air (OTA) updates to both their Motorola Cliq and Samsung Behold II handsets.  While neither of them are updates to Android 2.1, they both are steps in the right direction.

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Best Buy to Offer Motorola Devour for $150

A leaked photo of one of Best Buys price sheets indicates the retail provider’s asking price for the Motorola Devour.  Thanks to a craft ninja armed with a blurrycam, we can see that Best Buy plans to charge $149.99 for the next Android handset for Verizon.  Of course, you have to sign a ...

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Verizon Announces FiOS Mobile Remote App for Droid

Chances are pretty good that you’ve lost your remote control a time or two in the past, be it in the couch cushions or under the bed.  Chances are also pretty good that you almost always know where your cell phone is at a given moment.  Verizon understands this and has announced their ...

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Opera Mobile Demo at Mobile World Congress [VIDEO]

Mobile Crunch spent a few minutes with a product analyst for Opera Software at Mobile World Congress earlier this week. He demonstrated the forthcoming Android version of their Opera Mobile browser on a Nexus One. Keep in mind that is not an actual app that you can download from them or the ...

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Official eBay App Arrives for Android

The official eBay app for Android is now available in the Android Market. Created for Android 1.6 and above, it lets users do all the typical eBay stuff – search auctions, buy fun things, pay for purchases, check the items you’re selling, leave feedback, and set alerts. As of right ...

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AT&T Makes it Official – Motorola Backflip Coming March 7th for $99

AT&T has finally announced what we’ve all pretty much known for the last few months.  The Motorola BACKFLIP is headed to Ma Bell for $99 next month.  Customers interested in picking up the The Motorola BACKFLIP can head to their nearest AT&T store and grab the first Android ...

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Google Listen v1.1 Adds Google Reader Sync, Offline Availability

Google’s free podcast application, Listen, has been recently updated to version 1.1.  The most notable new feature is that subscriptions are stored by Google Reader in the “Listen Subscriptions” folder.  This means that users can manage their podcast subscriptions from their ...

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Half-Baked Android 2.1 Leaks Out to Select Droid Eris Handsets

File under: Good News/Bad News We’re hearing from a number of places that some Droid Eris owners are getting an OTA update.  The good news is that this is the Android 2.1 update they’ve been waiting for.  The bad news is that it appears to be nowhere near complete. 

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Fast-Acting Hacker Makes Nexus One More ‘Desire’-able

Paul O’Brien, founder of MoDaCo, has been a busy little boy.  In what feels like only a matter of hours, he’s been able to flash an unofficial ROM from the HTC Desire onto a Nexus One.  And just to prove things, he snapped a pic of it in action.

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SPB Mobile Shell 5.0 for Android [VIDEO]

Ever since my days of the T-Mobile MDA, I’ve been a fan of SPB.  Thanks to them, I was actually able to stomach Windows Mobile.  Between their apps and user interface enhancements, I was always looking forward to their next title.  In fact, I was somewhat sad to bid them farewell when I ...

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HTC Legend Coming to Google’s Android Store?

Will HTC’s new Legend handset end up in the Google Android store with the Nexus One?  Sindre Lia, of infoSync thinks it’s a possibility and we’re inclined to agree. One of the things mentioned when the Google store was unveiled is that other handsets will be sold through the ...

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Google CEO: “60,000 Android Devices a Day”

In a keynote speech at Mobile World Congress, Google CEO Eric Schmidt gave us a glimpse into exactly how many Android phones are moving right now. “We are now shipping more than 60,000 Android devices in the Android industry per day and that number has doubled over the last quarter.  The ...

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See What Happens When Google’s ‘Goggles’ and ‘Translate’ Converge [VIDEO]

Google Goggles is an excellent concept – take a picture of something with your phone and get the same search results you would have were you to do a traditional search.  See a bridge or monument and want to learn the name?  SNAP! Admittedly, the mobile app for Android has some kinks to ...

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