Engadget: Android-Based ICD Gemini is Most Feature-Complete Tablet Yet

Built around the 1GHz Tegra 2 SOC, the 11.2-inch ICD Gemini should provide comparable endurance to Apple’s A4-sporting iPad, while besting it in the grunt stakes with its glorious ability to chew through 1080p video when required. If that wasn’t enough, the rest of this ...

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Android for Non-geeks

If you’re anything like me then all this talk about Android development, source code, root, version, etc., is all completely over your head. If you don’t know who Cyanogen is, it’s okay. Well, for now. So, what’s the real deal about Android phones? So far,    

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Why an AndroidGal?

With all of the choices of different smartphone platforms out there why would I choose Android? All of the platforms offer access to applications that the user can choose to install, and they all provide access to email and internet. What sets Android apart from the pack? The answer lies in ...

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Conquer Your Lists With Remember The Milk

Keeping track of items throughout all aspects of life can be an overwhelming task. Whether those items be groceries that need to be picked up, bills that need to be paid, or gift ideas for those special people in your life, Remember the Milk can help you stay on top of it all. If you... Read More

Android fans: “Apple, Thank you for the iPad!”

As you might have heard, today lots of early adopters are going to get their hands on the new Apple iPad. As Android fans we should not care about it but if you think about it, it is a great news for Android. A while back (late 2007), Apple released a new type of phone... Read More

Google Buzz from My Perspective

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While geo-location applications have become increasingly popular, there are those that still feel uncomfortable broadcasting their every movement to everyone around them. Sometimes, you just don’t want everyone to know exactly where you are.    

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Get Your Rogers Xperia X10, April 15 2010

We talked about the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 coming to Rogers a while back but we were missing a key piece of information. The X10 is now slated for April 15th, 2010 release according to inside sources. As you may recall the phone was set with a worthy line-up of qulity specifications. The only ...

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“Sloof Lirpa” Source Code Released

On April Fool’s Day we released an app on the Android Market that claimed to be a World War 2 First Person Shooter which ended up actually being a humorous self-destruct button. While it was a dirty mean trick we have released the source code of our April Fool’s Day app after we got ...

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Official Digg App Released!

For those who are avid “Diggers” out there, you will be pleased to know that the official Digg application for Android (and iPhone) has now been released. I was quite surprised to receive an email from Digg today. The email went as follows. We realize that many Diggers are often on ...

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Vote For AndroidGuys On Wirefly.com’s Best Android Blog Of 2010!!

OK, AndroidGuys (and Gals)! It’s time to support your favorite Android blog (hopefully us) and head on over to Wirefly.com to place your vote! The more votes we get, the better the chances of us winning. Oh, did I mention that money we win will go directly to prizes and give aways for ...

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Breaking News! Steve Jobs to Apple Shareholders: “iPhone is a bust, Android FTW!!!”

Early this morning in an unprecedented email to Apple Shareholders, Apple CEO Steve Jobs shares vital information regarding the iPhone and it's future. In an AndroidGuys exclusive, our source has forwarded us the following email which we believe is authentic:

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Sloof Lirpa – First Person Shooter

Just when you thought developers couldn’t get anymore generous AndroidGuys Projects,  the masterminds behind the AndroidGuys App bring you a free 3D first person shooter! Taking place during the Nazi-Germany oppression this game is non-stop action from the moment you pick it up. The game ...

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Froyo and Gingerbread Aim to End Android Platform Fragmentation

Engadget is reporting today that the Google is looking to tackle the growing problem of Android fragmentation head on with the next two installments of Android: Froyo and Gingerbread. You know, the kind of fragmentation that has users running four different versions of the Android OS on ...

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Code Pollution: Background Control

Background processes have their place on Android, and the fact that they are possible gives Android more flexibility than some of the alternatives. There can be too much of a good thing, though -- learn more in today's episode of Building 'Droids!

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Sprint’s HTC EVO 4G: It Sizzles?

I was just perusing through Sprint’s developers website and came across something kinda strange. On the site, Sprint’s upcoming 4G powerhouse device was listed with all of its glorious specs. However, the title of it threw me off. It was called the “HTC EVO 4G Sizzle.” ...

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