Fandango Releases Official App for Android

A tip from Jay Neff reveals that Fandango.com, a popular site for checking theatre show times and purchasing tickets, has just announced their official app for Android. The Fandango Android app allows the user the ability to find the closest theatre using GPS or WiFi and is able to give ...

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CES 2010: Gesture Control Software for Android

GestureTek will announce at CES that its patented, award-winning software for gesture-based mobile device interaction now supports the Android operating system. The eyemo app uses the camera on a mobile device to sense and report device motion. The software is already enabled on multiple ...

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Overdrive Expands eBook Options for Android Devices

Overdrive is the global leader in distributing electronic and audio books across many diverse devices. They released a beta version of its android application, this past December. This week at CES they announced that its users will have access to over 400,000 books. They have expanded their ...

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Flash Player on the Nexus One

What most smart phone browsers lack is having a Flash Player. The developers at Adobe and members of the Open Screen Project are very close at solving this problem. The Nexus One has become the ideal device to test Flash Player 10.1, with its Snapdragon 1GHz processor. The video below shows ...

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Future of Community (Android) ROM development

Paul O’Brien (Founder of MoDaCo) announced today a new and exiting way to get the MoDaCo Custom ROM. The Hero Kitchen will let you select what you want or not want in your ROM. For example, if you don’t use HTC Footprints, why letting it use space in your memory. In the past, it ...

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OnStar and Chevy Gives Android Users Mobile Control of Volt

One of the cooler software announcements to already come out of CES 2010 is from Chevy and OnStar regarding the upcoming 2011 Chevy Volt, their all electric vehicle.  The new Android-based application gives Volt owners added control over their vehicles with options like monitoring charging ...

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CES 2010: HP’s Concept Android-Powered Netbook

Fresh out of Vegas,  Engadget is reporting on an HP Mini Android Netbook. The unit is is powered by a Snapdragon processor from Qualcomm and is running an active installation of Android (1.5 or 1.6) with a 10 inch touch responsive screen to interact with the platform.

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Android Book Review: Android Wireless Application Development

While in Indigo Book Store the other day I took a stroll through the Wireless Application Development for Dummies section. Surprisingly this is a growing section with many books on all of the different programming langauges available.

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Cooliris Develops Media Gallery for the Nexus One, Joins Open Handset Alliance

Cooliris, provider of photo and video software on multiple platforms, has added Android to the mix by providing the Media Gallery application for the Nexus One.  Google partnered with Cooliris to develop this new media gallery.

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LePhone From Lenovo, Set For China [VIDEO]

lOur friends over at Engadget have posted video and initial impressions of the newly announced LePhone, from Lenovo, that is headed for China’s WCDMA Market. The phone is very visually appealing and carries a mixed bag of specs. The LePhone comes with a 1GHz snapdragon processor, 3 ...

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Saygus Vphone Runs On Android, Claims it Can Make Video Calls Over CDMA or EDGE

Chances are you’ve never heard of Utah based manufacturer Saygus.  If you’re deeply involved in Android (like us),  you learned about them back in November when leaks of an FCC filing for an Android phone got the buzz rolling about them. Even with that, we know little of the ...

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Mini Sony Xperia X10 Spotted

The Xperia X10 was just announced for Canadian wireless carrier Rogers, but already we are being introduced to its smaller sibling, codenamed “Robyn”. Described as “compact and clever”, it looks similar to the X10 although little is known about physical specs. Like the ...

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Dell Officially Announces Android Handset for AT&T

After months of speculation, finally today at CES, No. 2 PC-maker Dell confirmed it’s launching an Android handset for the U.S. The not-so-surprising news is that the carrier behind this launch is the iPhone’s own home network: AT&T.

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Flip Video to release Android app

Flip Video–makers of those pocketable little video recorders–announced Flipshare Mobile apps for Android and other mobile platforms (to go with the iPhone app they already have out).

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Motorola at CES: Flash for Droid, 2.1 for Cliq, Backflip for AT&T?

Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha’s press event at CES today lasted less than half an hour but he crammed some fairly big news into that short time. The highlights:

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