Sprint HTC Hero Review: HTC Sense is the Icing On Top of the Android Cake

My Background Being that this is my first piece for AndroidGuy.com, I want to give you, the readers, some insight into my background so that you may interpret this review accordingly.  I’m 23 years old and I’m currently in my second year of law school. I love all kinds of gadgets, and I ...

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The Last Shall Be First, and all that Jazz

In my daily inbox, I get tech updates from around the globe. I enjoy seeing the different trends and like to read what people think about the new stuff that is coming out.  This morning when I opened my email I had a message from ZDNet Tech Update Today, with the headline:  “Android ...

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App Review: Tunes Remote

Because my blood is made up of half plasma and half nano machines, I desire my house to be wired the same way.  I crave surroundings that are wired, work well together, and all my needs and desires are a button press or less away. As a result, we have a HTPC, or Home Theater... Read More

App Review: Trap!

Ok call me crazy, but up until now I really haven’t used my phone for gaming purposes.  Perhaps it’s just that I haven’t been in any situations that have called for something to simply occupy my time.  All that changed on Friday when I was stuck waiting for a friend in a ...

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Followup: ARCHOS 5 Android Tablet

10 days ago, we gave you a hands-on report about the ARCHOS 5 Android Internet Tablet. Learn more about this device, after 10 days' more use, in today's episode of Building 'Droids!

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A Familiar Situation

I write this today at the very real risk of further exposing my age. I’ve already divulged in articles past that I worked with Novell in the 90′s and have a lego-loving nine year old but this may serve to better pinpoint the number of rings around my mid section. It’s exciting to ...

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App Review: Radiant

From the creators of Buka and Totemo, Hexage has brought another stellar game to the Android platform; Radiant.  Radiant is an arcade style shooter game reminiscent of classics like “Galaga.”  Hexage, true to their style, adds their own unique twist and details into the game play. ...

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What’s on your FlyScreen?

Ok, now that the dust has settled and FlyScreen is firm, fit and ready for install it’s time to share what you’re FlyScreening! Incidentally, there is no truth to the rumor that despite losing a whopping 4.2MB in such a short time that FlyScreen has signed up as the new spokesperson ...

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Rhapsody to Hit Android by End of the Year

Shortly after releasing the Rhapsody app to iTunes, RealNetworks has announced via the company blog (and a teaser photo) that a Rhapsody app will be available on the Android Market “before the end of the year.” For those who do not know, Have you seen today's Deal of the Day? ...

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Forceclose.com Helps Those in Need of Android Advice

Sometimes sites have a catchy name but lose out when it comes to content. Forceclose.com wins points on both fronts. Foreclose is a question and answer site dedicated exclusively to Android. The questions posted vary from the simple “How do I delete an icon from my homescreen” to ...

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Android Beyond Java: Part Three

Want to develop for Android, but Java isn’t your thing? Learn more about alternative Android programming options in this this week’s series of posts on Building ‘Droids!

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FixIt!: Google Experience

Part of the attraction of Android is the tight link with Google and its products. Most devices are packed with applications developed by Google to help the users get the most out of their product: Gmail, Google Maps, Gtalk, and YouTube. Did Google create a perfect Google Experience or is there ...

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Motorola’s Banking on Android, 8 OPhones Due in 2010

The Cliq is coming in a matter of weeks, but Motorola has no intention of stopping there. The former king of mobile is looking for a comeback and is betting Android is the Moses that leads them back to the Promised Land. Have you seen today's Deal of the Day? It's insane!

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Android Beyond Java: Part Two

Want to develop for Android, but Java isn’t your thing? Learn more about alternative Android programming options in this this week’s series of posts on Building ‘Droids!

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Motorola DEXT has UK Talking Android

Greetings all, London calling. I know that a lot of you  are regular readers of Androidguys.com and like me, don’t originate from the US of A.  I hope that by being able to contribute a post or two and hopefully more, I will be able to help AG show a different perspective which I hope... ...

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