A Quick Look at Quick Uninstall

This isn't a very glamorous app. It's just one of those that make perfect sense and are a must-have patch until an Android update depreciates it.

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Android Just Got Smarter -And More Social- With 3banana Notes

3banana Launches First Android Smart Phone Note Taking App with Wireless Sync and Social Media Sharing San Francisco (PRWEB) March 3, 2009 — 3banana Inc. today announced the launch of 3banana Notes, the first note taking app for the Android smart phone with wireless online sync and social ...

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RS TechMedic Released G1 Android Telemedicine Application for Remote Monitoring of Patient’s Vital Signs

Broek op Langedijk, the Netherlands – RS TechMedic B.V., a Dutch based company with eight years experience in medical device development, today announced the release of their G1 Android telemedicine Application. With this application, physicians can monitor vital signs of ambulant and ...

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Freshman / Father Team Unveil Cell Phone Industry’s First Game Rendered in OpenGL 3D

San Diego, CA (March 2, 2009) Jared Schrock, a high school freshman, and his father today announced the release of Metron3D, a galactic asteroid fighter game available for all Google android cell phones. Metron3D is the first cell phone application to render all game play elements using ...

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ADP1: Just Say Swap

The Android developer phone — the ADP1 — suffers from two main flaws at present: It does not support priced applications. I believe that is because it lacks the 1.1 firmware, which is still under development for that device. Once that firmware is released, the ADP1 should, as far as ...

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Cursory Look at GMote (VIDEO)

GMote is one of these very promising applications for the Android platform.  The app promises to turn your Android handset into a remote control, giving users the ability to start and control movies and other media from a distance. PhoneDog’s John Walton is back with another one of his ...

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App Review: SciencePal

Full of useful information, SciencePal is essential for any scientist, student, or enthusiast. The nature of its data means users will be referencing this for years to come.

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AndroidGuys is G1 Optimized!

As we continue to grow AndroidGuys, we are constantly exploring new ways to enhance your favorite site. With the growing number of G1 users out there, we want to make sure we look good on your browsers, so today we are pleased to announce that AndroidGuys is optimized for Android and iPhone!

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AG Twitter Weekly Updates for 2009-03-01

The week in tweets. Subscribe to our Twitter feed if you haven't already!

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Enhanced Version of CallerID by WhitePages Released into the Wild

One of the first major name releases in the Android Market, Caller ID by White Pages, has been given an overhaul with all new features.  Features like reverse lookup and telemarketing alert in addtion to much more! What was already a fully loaded app to begin with, the new version brings ...

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You Tell Us: What Have You Purchased in the Market?

Ok, so the Android Market has been up now for a little over a week and a whole new batch of apps have arrived.  We’d like to know what you guys are spending your money on.  Are there any apps you found to be worth the money? Leave a comment below and let us know... Read More

JRuby Hacked to Run on Android

Thanks to Twitter, we’ve started following (and getting followed by) some really cool folks – people who are capable of some truly amazing feats.  Take for instance today’s news coming courtesy of Charles Nutter (@headius) who is a member of a group who calls themselves the ...

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Hey Look! It’s Another Chinese Android Slab Phone!

At some point, all these touch screen phones will start to look the same… as if they don’t already.  Comparisons to the iPhone should lessen as time goes in the way that nobody compares flip phones to the StarTAC any longer.  Here’s yet another slab, touch screen phone from ...

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Market Maneuvering: Marketing Starts Here

When the doors blew off the iPhone App Store on its initial launch, with trivial applications earning developers thousands of dollars per day, I knew that eventually, people would expect the same thing with Android. The problem is, the iPhone App Store circumstances just don't happen all that ...

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WHERE to Launch on the T-Mobile G1

Boston, MA – WHERE™ is launching on the T-Mobile G1 Android device on February 25, 2009. The latest product release includes new features such as News, Movies, the WHERE Wall, and Traffic (coming soon). This new application is built upon the award-winning platform that includes other local ...

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