Next-Gen Market in the Works? (Rumor)

Android Police reports that they received a tip about upcoming changes in the Android Market, giving some exciting details about some possibilities that could be in the works. According to their source, Google flew in a focus group from around the country, and asked them about a variety of ...

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Paypal Gives Some Love to Android Devs

“Hi all – it’s Osama Bedier here, PayPal’s VP of platform, mobile and new ventures, with good news for our Android developers. We know you want a quick and easy way to integrate payments into the Android apps you’re building, and we’re pleased to announce that our Mobile Payments Library ...

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MobiTV Coming to the Motorola Droid and HTC Droid Incredible This Summer

When it comes to watching video on Android handsets, there aren’t too many different options. However, this might all change come Summer.  Why might you ask?  Well, coming in June, MobiTV will debut its video streaming service on Android. According to a report at Androinica, MobiTV will ...

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Seesmic Announces Google Buzz Support for Android

Seesmic- one of the most popular social software clients on Android -announced the integration of Google Buzz into Seesmic for Android today.  Users will now be able to manage Google Buzz in Seesmic for Android, as well as Seesmic for Web, Ping.fm, and Seesmic’s preview version of the ...

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HulloMail 2.2 Goes Live on Android

Today HulloMail announced the launch of its free visual voicemail product for Android devices in the U.S. and U.K. HulloMail 2.2 has the ability to replace the voicemail service that is provided by wireless network operators. When a voicemail is received, HulloMail converts the voicemail to an ...

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Google Storage for Developers

Google has just announced a new Labs service called Google Storage for Developers that provides cloud storage for web and mobile applications. Users will be able to easily manage their data via a web interface. When launched, this paid service should compete with Amazon Web Services. Interested ...

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Pre-Alpha Test This: Firefox for Android

Are you excited by the long awaited release of Fennec (Firefox for mobile devices) on Android? Then, good news, you can now download and install pre-Alpha nightly builds! As outlined in the Mozilla wiki, the app is at a very early stage of development and still needs lots of work. But it is ...

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Books On the Go With eReader

As a bookworm, one thing that has continuously frustrated me with my Android device is the lack of an eReader that can accommodate content with DRM.  I want to be download content on the go if I get stuck somewhere without my Kindle and lacking in entertainment.  I suppose if that someplace was ...

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Download This: 2.1 for Sprint Hero!

No more teases, Sprint Hero owners. No more waiting. 2.1 is here. Get yourself on over to HTC’s site for the download, then head to Sprint and follow the instructions. One big caveat:

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Live Tweeting the Google IO Keynote

Just a quick note to direct folks to our Twitter account for up to the minute news on Google IO this week. Today at 9am Pacific, we’ll be live tweeting the keynote speech that kicks off the conference. Of course, we’ll post any big news out of the conference here, too!

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PrimeTime2Go: Mobile DVR for Moto

QuickPlay Media has released PrimeTime2Go, a subscription-based Android app that not only allows you to watch TV shows over wifi, but also to use the phone as a DVR. (Edit: To clarify, shows must be downloaded over wifi, but no connection is needed to watch them after they’re ...

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WeFi Report on Wi-Fi Usage

WeFi, which bills itself as “the world’s largest free Wi-Fi network,” gathered data during Q1 2010 from users of their app from over 220 countries and territories. It includes data from laptop, netbook, Symbian and Android devices (all the platforms on which the WeFi app is ...

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Google Buys VOIP Firm, Android Video Chat On The Way?

Today, Google announced the acquisition of Global IP Solutions, a move that could lead to native Android video chat.  Are you excited yet? It is possible this video chat(if it becomes a reality) will be integrated in Gmail, Google Talk, or even Google Voice.  It might even become something new ...

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Android 2.2 To Recommend ‘Flash-enabled’ Websites To Users

Engadget is reporting that the latest version of Android — you know, the one with 450 percent performance improvement and  Flash playback — will, upon updating, guide you to visit a selection of Flash-enabled websites.  In my eyes, this is a direct counter by Adobe and Google of ...

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Quick Look: Grade Rubric (Video Demo)

Grade Rubric is a useful app for professors and teachers who grade papers and assignment using rubrics. If you can break an assignment up into categories of things you’re looking for, you simply grade each category and Grade Rubric handles the rest. It even has an option to auto-generate ...

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