Dazzboard Launches Drag and Drop Media Management for Android

Social media webtop tool,  Dazzboard,  has announced the release of their Android Universal Media Management (UMM) for full Android and PC integration.  Similar to other Dazzboard versions, the Android system give users the ability to push-and-pull data instantly between their device and ...

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Android Market Doubles to 20,000 Apps in 5 Months

The Android Market has doubled its size over the last five month, going from 10,000 to 20,000 apps.  According to Androlib, the number of apps hit the milestone earlier today and shows no sign of slowing.  Take a look at the chart below and you’ll see the number of new applications ...

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Developers Waste Little Time Porting Android 2.1 to Droid

In a move that comes as little surprise, some crafty developers have managed to extract Android 2.1 from a Nexus One handset to port it to the Motorola Droid. Does it work? Yes and no. According to comments left by the devs, it’s buggy at best.   As of right now, there are roughly a ...

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Wanna See the Nexus One Boot Animation?

Of course you do. Thanks Benjamin! Have you seen today's Deal of the Day? It's insane!

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Motorola MT710 is a 3.7″ OPhone Beauty

Motorola’s commitment to Android is becoming clearer by the week.  It seems like every time we turn around, they are up to something else involving green robots.  What we like best is that their products aren’t just the same old, same old.  Each has a distinctive look and feel to ...

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Motorola’s XT800 ‘Zeppelin’ Head to China

Remember that camera-shy Motorola from a few weeks ago?  Well, it’s back and this time it’s ready to face the camera.  Not only that, we’ve got some fun details to share with you. The XT800 ‘Zeppelin’ will be a World Class phone featuring both CDMA and GSM radios ...

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Reuters: Nexus One Available Directly Through Google Website January 5

Reuters is reporting that a source of theirs indicates a January 5th date for the Nexus One to go on sale.  They’ve been advised that it will be at a  “reduced price to consumers who agree to a service contract from Deutsche Telekom’s T-Mobile USA“.  Are we ...

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Google Phone Support Page Found!

Engadget was reporting earlier that a quick start guide for the Nexus One was directing people to a website of “google.com/phone/support” which yielded a dead page.  One of our readers decided to play around with the URL and see if he could dig anything up.  He did. As it turns ...

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Gallery of Nexus One Pics Arrives

Engadget scored themselves a nice bounty this morning with nearly a dozen photos of the Nexus One standing still.  Nothing too super new here, just more confirmation of what we’ve already heard.  You’ll see that the background appears to be dynamic with moving colors that move ...

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HTC’s Legend Likely to be Hero Successor

If we were to base opinions solely off of first impressions, the recently leaked HTC Legend appears to be the likely followup to the ever-popular Hero.  The chaps at ai.rs blog just tipped us off to a much clearer image of the Legend and based on what we can see, it’s gotten Hero written ...

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Google Employees “Dogfooding” a Mobile Lab

The big Android news this weekend is piecing together whether or not Google employees were given handsets which will end up being “The Google Phone” that’s often been rumored.  We posted an article earlier today about the subject and it seems Google has something official to ...

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Stolen Opus One Ends up Online

Here’s an odd tale of sorts.  A YouTube user who goes by the handle of jay84305 allegedly grabbed a Motorola Opus One from somewhere in Florida’s South Beach area after a Motorola or Sprint employee dropped it. He then decided he would post a few pictures and videos of it.  As of now, ...

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“Tons” of Unlocked Google Phones Given Out to Employees – Will This be ‘GPhone’ Weekend?

This is the kind of news that will not wait for Monday.  According to multiple sources, Google started passing out handsets to employees yesterday.  And they sound AWESOME.   After plenty of rumors and rumblings, this may be the weekend that the Google Phone specs, pictures, and other ...

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Grooveshark Arrives on Android for VIP Members

Online music search engine, streaming service, and recommendation tool Grooveshark is now available for Android. The app, like its web counterpart, allows users to search for, stream, and upload music. And like the best things in life, it’s free. Ok, well somewhat. The Android app ...

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Crapplications: Part 1

Note from the Editor: Introducing Guest Writer Chris Sewell (@csewell08). Chris will be joining us for a series of rants on applications he considers “crap.” We hope you enjoy his comedic stance on what it means to lack quality. There are a lot of great applications that have been ...

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