Sprint Users Get Free Visual Voicemail from YouMail

YouMail Inc. announced today that Sprint customers will now get their visual voicemail service free of charge. Also available for BlackBerry phones, Android users on the Now Network can start taking advantage of YouMail’s features.

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Hey Developers – Mark Your Calendars for DroidCon London

Following the resounding success of the Droidcon Berlin conference comes another  event of equal industry impact in London, UK. Organized by the active members of ‘Londroid’ – the monthly London Android meetup (www.meetup.com/android) DroidCon London will be a two day ...

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Sprint Finally Acknowledges Android in Commercial

It only took a month or so, but Sprint finally decided to advertise that they have Android phones.  Is it awesome?  NO.  Sadly, they don’t even refer to ‘Android’ in the following commercial, but “with Google” instead.  Close enough. T-Mobile’s been ...

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National Football Post & Handmark Huddle Together for Free Mobile App

It’s football season and people are looking for ways to keep up with the latest news, rumors, and fantasy updates.  A new Android app is available today that helps fans stay on top of all things concerning pro football.  National Football Post (NFP) and Handmark have partnered up to ...

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MouthOff for Android Arrives

Popular iPhone “game” MouthOff has made its way over to Android. With MouthOff, users can hold their handset in front of your mouth and sing, talk, yell, or laugh to get the animated mouth to work.   The app  mouths move in real-time by using sound picked up by the phone.   ...

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ARM Making It Easier to Develop, Deploy ‘droid Devices

Open Handset Alliance member ARM, has created the Android Solutions Center to help make it easier for other companies to build Android-based handsets and devices.  There over 35 members involved in the ARM Connected Community working to bring about Android gadgets, including Archos, Texas ...

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Flurry Pegs Droid Sales at 250,000 in First Week

We previously reported that first weekend sales figures for Verizon’s Droid were somewhere in the 100,000 units ballpark. Those figures were based on an analyst at Broadpoint AmTech Inc.’s estimates.  Is there anything to substantiate that claim?  As it turns out, there is one ...

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The Shack Selling Motorola Cliq for $80 on Black Friday

We’re at that special time of year where carriers and handset makers give one final push to deliver strong sales and subscriber numbers.  Often times this means highly discounted phones staring at you from Black Friday ads while you put away more Turkey and stuffing. Far be it from The ...

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Zii Optimized Android Handset to Debut in December

Creative Technology’s Zii endeavor appears to be picking up steam and Android looks to be an integral part of its future.  After starting out with the ZiiEGG back in the summer, Creative has expanded to other devices like the MediaBook. According to a website Creative fansite  ...

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Audio Issues Plaguing Droid Owners

We’ve seen a few reports of Droid owners experiencing audio issues with ringers and sms volume over the last few days.  Apparently, it’s not something isolated to a select few users and affects people in different ways.  The most common problem can be described as the external ...

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Sprint Working on “Maintenance Release” for Hero

Those of you who own the Sprint Hero will be happy to know that a maintenance release for Android is in the works.  While it’s not an upgrade to 1.6 or 2.0, it’s essentially a patch update to fix those pesky SMS issues.  According to the Sprint Community forum, this update will be ...

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February Release for Sony Ericsson Xperia X10

The sexiest Android handset we’ve seen so far it the Xperia X10 from Sony Ericsson.  Officially announced only days ago, we’re anxious to find out three things – Who is going to carry it?  When is it coming out?  And most importantly, how much?  Well, we might know the ...

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Menq EasyPC E790 Could be $100 Android Netbook

We recently received a tip from the always-wonderful-always-excited Nicolas Charbonnier (Charbax). The Archos fan was letting us know about an $80 laptop that can, and will, support Android.

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T-Mobile Rounds out 2009 with 4th Android Handset – Behold II Announced

T-Mobile USA has officially announced their 4th Android handset as the Samsung Behold II.  A touch-only device, the Behold II is both Android-based and TouchWiz interface.  Starting November 18th, the phone goes on sale online and at T-Mobile stores nationwide, the phone will drop at $229 ...

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Google Pushes Source Code for Android 2.0 – Developers Push it to G1 Within Hours

Android 2.0 SDK has been available for a few weeks now, but the source code has been held hostage.  The word around the campfire is that Google hasn’t been too forthcoming with it.  Most handset manufacturers have been stuck messing with Android 1.6 instead.  No more of that! Last ...

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