Duke says: “No Ads!” – Duke Nukem 3D updated after complaints about ads

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We reported yesterday on Duke Nukem 3D’s release onto the Android Market and of its unusual decision to include ads even though it was a paid app. I personally didn’t agree with the move and we asked our readers what they thought, but apparently there were a boatload of other users ...

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Google+ for Android gets updated, brings new and improved UI

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Google+ for Android received a pretty significant update today. The UI has been revamped to reflect the changes coming with the release of Android 4.0 aka Ice Cream Sandwich. With ICS right around the corner, I’m expecting most of Google’s apps to receive the same treatment. The new ...

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GameStop adds Android tablets to their arsenal of gaming devices

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Gaming on mobile devices is on the rise, as chipsets becomes faster and screen sizes become larger, more and more console quality games are making their way to our Android devices. Video game retailer GameStop has taken notice of this increasingly popular trend and hopes to get in on the fun by ...

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Ludei’s Sumon becomes first game to be simultaneously launched on Android, iOS, and HTML 5

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Ludei has become the first developer to launch a game simultaneously on Android, iOS, and HTML 5. Launching your game on these three platforms is certainly the way of the future and some developers have ported their games to all three, just not simultaneously. Pretty soon, the days of ...

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Motorola announces Q3 financial results: Smartphones selling like hotcakes, tablets… not so much

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Motorola Mobility recently announced third-quarter 2011 financial results, posting net revenues of $3.3 billion, up 11 percent from third quarter 2010. Mobile device revenue came in at $2.4 billion, up 20 percent from Q3 of last year. Motorola smartphones have been flying off shelves, with 4.8 ...

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Sony to buy out Ericsson’s share of Sony Ericsson

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Say what? In case you didn’t realize it, Sony Ericsson is in fact a joint venture between Sony Corporation and Swedish telecommunications company Ericsson. Both companies share an equal 50 percent share in Sony Ericsson and Sony has been mulling over the idea of buying out Ericsson for ...

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Keep track of your exercise routine with Garmin Fit

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Garmin released its first fitness app onto the Android Market the other day and while it’s been reported to have a few bugs, it looks to be a promising addition to your fitness repertoire. Garmin Fit uses your phone’s GPS to track your movements and provides you with your current ...

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Music coming to the Android Market soon?

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A Google Music store has been in the works for a long time and the only thing that prevented it from launching with Google Music Beta were the major music labels. Google has since worked hard on gaining the trust and approval of said companies and is in tow to release Google Music within the... ...

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Verizon’s Galaxy Nexus sign-up page goes live

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We’re one step closer to having our delicious Ice Cream Sandwich thanks to Verizon’s Galaxy Nexus sign-up page. The page went live a few hours ago and promises more information on how to be the first to score a Galaxy Nexus and all you have to do is give them your email address

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Calling all social media moguls: Motorola is giving away a Motorola DROID RAZR prize pack to the top Social BLAZR

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Do you consider yourself a social media mogul? Are you “followed” and “liked” by more “friends” than a Hollywood celebrity? If so, you may just want to enter Motorola’s newest Social BLAZR contest. To kick off the upcoming release of the Motorola DROID ...

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Console quality gaming hits the Android Market with SHADOWGUN by MADFINGER Games

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One of the most highly anticipated, console quality games, to hit Android is now available in the Android Market. SHADOWGUN by MADFINGER Games is a 3rd person shooter that takes full advantage of your device’s Tegra 2 chip with its stunning graphics and gameplay not often seen on mobile ...

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Latest Gingerbread update for the Thunderbolt gets official, pushing out now

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After a roller coaster of a ride, Verizon has officially announced the roll-out of software update 2.11.605. This update brings a slew of enhancements and features including the much anticipated Gingerbread (of course now, ICS is right around the corner). Users should grab their devices and hit ...

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Lookout Mobile Security now available for Android tablets

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Mobile security leader, Lookout Mobile, has been “looking out” for over 12 million smartphone users over the past two years and they are now proud to announce the same great protection for tablet users. Both the free and premium versions are now available to tablet users and offer ...

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Flick Soccer, another flicking game by Full Fat Productions

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Full Fat Productions, creators of Flick Golf, and Coin Drop! managed to flick another game into the Android Market over the weekend. Spawning off their success of Flick Golf, they have released another flicking game, only this time using soccer balls. Flick Soccer’s (or Football to all ...

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T-Mobile announces the Samsung Exhibit II 4G, available at Walmart starting tomorrow

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The Samsung Exhibit II 4G, T-Mobile’s latest budget-friendly 4G device, is set to hit most Walmart stores tomorrow. We first heard about the Samsung Exhibit II 4G a couple weeks ago when it dropped its Galaxy W moniker and showed up in a leaked T-Mobile inventory sheet. Today T-Mobile and ...

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