Vodafone UK Showing Nexus One “Coming Soon”

Back when the Nexus One was launched, the Google store listed a placeholder for Vodafone and Verizon with a “Spring 2010″ launch.  With the season technically kicking off next Saturday, Vodafone appears to be getting ready to offer the HTC super phone.  The carrier’s website ...

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Hootsuite Acquires Swift App

Days after launching its Android application, Hootsuite is announcing that they have acquired developer Swift App. This doesn’t come as a total surprise as Swift App was the company behind the development of Hootsuite’s recent twitter client for Android. Observant Android users who ...

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T-Mobile’s Voice Plus Beta Has Started

After nearly a month of waiting,  T-Mobile has started their Voice Plus Beta program for G1 owners.  Emails are being sent out this evening to those of you who signed up to participate in a new service to manage calls and voicemail on your Android phone. Heads up!  To install the application on ...

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FlyScreen Integrates FourSquare into Latest Release

FlyScreen just dropped a great new feature into their Android lock-screen app.  FourSquare integration allows user to check-in from their handsets without the need of opening an actual app.  For those of you who are fanatical about maintaining your “mayor” status, you can appreciate ...

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HTC Incredible Poised for CTIA

The HTC Incredible has been seen in the wild, yet again, leading us to believe the handset has been prepped and readied for a CTIA announcement.  Dressed in Verizon black and red, this super phone has an awful lot going on under the hood.  If you look at the bottom right of the battery cover... ...

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Motorola HS1001 (Home Phone) in Action

Motorola was in attendance at this year’s CeBIT and they were showing off the new HS1001 home phone made in conjunction with Binatone.  The omnipresent Nicholas Charbonnier (Charbax) was also there and grabbed some video of the device in action.  Running what appears to be a customized ...

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Beta Test This! Opera Mini 5

Ok, so maybe you like the stock Android browser but aren’t necessarily in love with it.  Good thing for you the platform is flexible and you’re not stuck with just one option!  Hot on the heels of January’s 4.2, Opera has just released their Mini 5 beta browser into the ...

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Motorola i1 Tidbits Emerge

A few more details have emerged for the upcoming Motorola i1 handset.  The first iDEN smartphone to run Android is said to be arriving with a 5 megapixel camera now instead of the 3.2 we were originally expecting. Additionally, rumors put the default browser in the hands of Opera Mini instead ...

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ABSOLUT’s Drinkspiration Arrives for Android

This next post is strictly for those who are 21 years or older. No peeking kids! We’re going to trust you here… ABSOLUT VODKA has just announced the launch of their Drinkspiration app for Android. Defined as an “interactive encyclopedia of recipes”, the application helps ...

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comScore: Android Continues Rapid Gains in Market Share

The latest comScore report is out today and is details various trends in the mobile industry here in the United States. Guess what? Android is doing well. In the time from October ’09 to January ’10, the platform picked up 4.3% market share from its rivals in Windows Mobile, Palm, ...

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Rentals.com App Arrives on Android

Those of you looking to fly the coop this summer once school gets out might want to consider the new Rentals.com app for Android.  Designed to help consumers find single-family houses, apartments and condos for rent, the free app uses GPS to search for nearby availabilities. Other features ...

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Evernote to be Pre-Installed on Samsung Android Phones

Evernote, the popular, cross-platform app service that lets users create notes, snap photos, and record audio, will now be pre-installed on selected Android-based Samsung handsets. The first smartphone to see Evernote loaded is the T-mobile’s Behold II, which recently saw a software ...

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Rumor: Sony Ericsson Xperia Series to See Android 2.2 in 2010

One phone we’ve been hearing about for what seems like an eternity is the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10.  After getting announced back in 2009, we’ve been patiently awaiting its arrival here in the US.  The biggest problem we’ve seen facing the X10 is that it’s slated to ...

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Unleash Your Inner Stalker with Mobistealth

Mobistealth doesn’t play coy when describing their services.  Right out of the gate, they bill their software as “Spy Software for Android”.  For as low as $49.99 (3 mo subscription), users can catch a cheating spouse with real-time updates of phone calls, pictures, location ...

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Ikan Wireless Kitchen Appliance Revolutionizes In-Home Grocery Shopping

The Jetsons kitchen of the future is upon us with SnS Design’s Ikan kitchen appliance. Either that, or we’re looking at quite possibly the most expensive and glorified grocery app yet. With its 7-inch touch screen, WiFi integration, and voice input capability, the device builds a ...

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