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In its bizarre fight against an already established technology like QR Codes, Microsoft released today its Tag Reader for Android. As opposed to QR Codes which is an international standard
PortaPayments is a brilliant little idea: it’s an Android app that creates QR codes for PayPal payments. Scanning one of these QR codes takes you to PayPal with the recipient
Yelp for Android arrived in December and has since been updated with some of the great features iPhone users are accustomed to. For those who have never used the service
Last September brought you five blog posts outlining 40 business models worth considering with Android. Here, find another 9, in today’s episode of Building ‘Droids!
Well folks, the kids over at XDA Developers are at it again! According to the team over at Android Central, earlier this evening HTC Sense 2.1 was leaked via XDA
Last night I was both very pleasantly surprised and somewhat scared when I got email with the following snippet: “Due to your contribution to the success of Android Market, we
It seems those Android home phone rumors that surfaced a few months back just might be coming to fruition. Earlier today it was announced that Motorola will be bringing the
We have some good news this morning for Canadians. According to the team over at Boy Genius Report, MOTOBLUR will be coming to all three major Canadian carriers in the
We often hear requests, demands, and the like from people, calling for root permissions on their Android device and/or the ability to install alternative firmware. AndroidGuys wants to know: what do you think is in it for the device manufacturers?
First Nokia and now HTC. Apple is suing the Taiwan based Smart/Super phone maker for infringement of 20 patents. Surprisingly, Apple is not suing over multi-touch, but over patents that
I got my free Archos 5 and spent a very lovely evening playing with my new toy. To be honest, I have very mixed feelings about the device, especially since
This week Google added spare Nexus One batteries for sale in the official store. The best thing about it is that they’re only $25 a piece, plus shipping. This is
In an article over at jkontherun.com, it seems that some enterprising Android enthusiasts have found that some Android powered devices have the ability to support USB keyboards built into their
Aloha Android and Google Voice fans! Over the last few days, Gizmodo and Lifehacker have featured several posts detailing the adventures of Google Voice Master Chad Smith. According to the