See, You Can Make Money with Android Apps

Hey look, a success story for an Android developer!  We’ve been waiting for the day when a developer steps up and says, “Hey!  I make pretty decent money from Android!”  While it’s not quite the runaway success that Trism was, Edward Kim is tickled pink with his ...

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T-Mobile-Branded Motorola Cliq XT Spied

We’re heading into the final days before Motorola and/or T-Mobile officially announced the Cliq XT.  How do we know?  Spy shots, of course. A few pictures of the handset passed along to AndroidCentral show the smartphone formerly known as the Zeppelin wearing T-Mobile clothing. Generally, ...

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Archos Unveils Two Devices For Budget Conscious

Archos has officially unveiled their new 7-inch Home Tablet and the price may surprise you.  For less than $200, customers can grab this mobile internet device (MID) with a 600MHz processor, 2GB storage, microSD slot, and 800×480 resistive touch-screen.  Although the screen size is a few inches ...

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Minor G1 Update Happening Right Now

A minor update to the T-Mobile G1 started to trickling out late last week.  Designed only to improve call performance, Android 1.6 update (DMD64) should be complete by the middle of March.  All flavors of the myTouch 3G including the Fender Edition have already received this update.  If you own ...

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Nexus One Hitting Verizon, Vofadone Shortly

Since the day that the Nexus One was announced, Verizon and Vodafone customers have been anxiously awaiting the super phone on their respective networks.  With a promised “spring 2010″ release, it appears spring might be in the air.  Recent rumblings and FCC documentation hint at ...

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Rumor: All Android Phones to See Android 2.1 in US

While some users are are enjoying Android 2.1 on their Nexus One handsets and others (Droid) are poised to see it any day now, the rest of us are left to wonder just how much life and OS support remains.  G1 users are probably the most concerned here due to the limited amount of memory. ... Read More

Dual-Screen enTourage eDGe Ready to Ship

The dual screen (LCD & e-paper) enTourage eDGe device is a unique blend of e-reader and netbook with and Android backbone. Built to handle internet, ebooks, games, music, videos and notes, the eDGe starts shipping out next few weeks. Ron Mertens of E-reader-info.com recently spent some time ...

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Android Outselling iPhone in Midwest

Collectively, Android handsets appear to be outselling the iPhone in the Midwest.  This shouldn’t come as much of a surprise as AT&T’s 3G coverage is practically non-existent out that way.  Verizon, on the other hand, has plenty of coverage for their Droid customers.  Sprinkle ...

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Qualcomm’s 7X30 Gives a Glimpse into Future of Android Handsets [VIDEO]

Want to see what the chipset behind future Android handsets is capable of?  Of course you do.  Check out a demonstration of Qualcomm’s 7X30 Snapdragon processor that was given to Charbax (Nicolas Charbonnier) at Mobile World Congress last week.  Keeping mind that what you see in the video ...

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Is Your Milestone Skipping MP3s? You’re Not Alone

We’ve been sent a handful of emails these few hours from some unhappy Motorola Milestone users.  It seems that music is skipping whenever it’s being played, regardless of the application being used. 

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Flash on Android: Good News, Bad News

Recently, one of the hottest topics surrounding Android (and other platforms), is if and when Flash will be arriving.  We’ve seen demos and heard rumblings for well over a year, but where are are now?  Yes, there are handsets like the Motorola Devour with Flash Lite, but what about the ...

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2 Days Only – Grab Top Games at Half Price with Mobile Heist

Today and tomorrow (Feb 25th & 26th), our store is featuring a MobileHeist promotion which spotlights the developers at RESETgame.   For the next 48 hours you can grab 5 of their top-selling apps at 50%off  their normal price!  The titles, which usually go for $4.99 a piece, are Backcountry ...

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Android Phone Prices Declining Quicker Than Expected

We don’t know about you, but that’s the kind of headlines we like to see.  Thanks to a proliferation of handset makers and good ol’ fashioned competition, the prices of Android handsets is dropping faster than analysts and industry insiders expected. 

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Download This! Recordoid Dictaphone

Turn your Android handset into a handy voice recorder with Somyac’s Recordoid Dictaphone.  The free app has been around a while now, racking up over 10,000 downloads out of the Android Market.  One look at the interface and you’ll see that this is one of the most polished apps ...

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Latest AdMob Shows Android Users are Mostly Dudes

The January AdMob report (PDF) is out today and it shines a little bit of light on who the typical Android users are.  We already know that Android growth is steady, but just are the people using these phones?  As it turns out, we’re mostly Android Guys.  See what we did there?

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