Make Texting Wait with AT&T’s Drive Mode

According to the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute Research, when you text and drive you take your eyes off the road for an average of 5 seconds. At just 55 mph, that is like driving the length of a football field without looking. Parents who have lost teens to texting and others concerned ...

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Samsung Galaxy W Loses its “Wonder” on the way to T-Mobile, Becomes the Exhibit II 4G

The first press shots of T-Mobile’s Exhibit II 4G showed up on PocketNow yesterday. The device was originally referred to as the Samsung Galaxy W until TmoNews unveiled the Exhibit II 4G moniker thanks to a leaked shot of a T-Mobile inventory sheet. It’s also believed to be the ...

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“Something BIG” may be Coming October 19

Ever since Samsung announced its Unpacked Google Episode, the Android community has been going bonkers over a new Nexus device running ICS. It wasn’t soon after the event announcement that Samsung teased us with “Something BIG.” That got the community even more amped and lead ...

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Evoqu Releases ShopAdvisor for Android, Alerts you When Prices Drop

Evoqu’s ShopAdvisor app is now available for Android. ShopAdvisor looks to differentiate itself from other shopping apps by not only offering up price comparisons, but allowing you to keep an eye on a product and receive alerts of changes in price or availability. A handy little feature ...

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Leaked Motorola Spyder and XOOM 2 Photos Show Near Finished Products

Newly leaked photos of a nearly finished Motorola Droid RAZR (aka Spyder) and Motorola XOOM 2 have surfaced, giving us a better idea of what to expect this coming Tuesday at the Motorola/Verizon event in NYC. The Droid RAZR now dons the Verizon logo along with some Kevlar reinforcement. ...

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Android Market App Reviews Finally Become Sortable [About Time]

Well it’s about damn time! One of the biggest complaints I’ve had about Android Market user reviews has been the fact that they aren’t in chronological order. I hate when I check out an app and the first review is months old while the second is two days old. It’s ...

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Latest Verizon LTE Rollout will Bring Total Number of Cities Covered to 178

Between now and November 17, various new cities will be blessed with Verizon’s blazing 4G LTE service, bringing the total number of cities covered to 178. Verizon has certainly been on top of their game when it comes to rolling out the nations largest LTE network and have essentially left ...

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Sprint ID Gaining Momentum, Six Million Packs Downloaded in the Past Year

Sprint ID recently celebrated its one-year anniversary, and according to Sprint, it has become quite a popular service. Launched last year, Sprint ID gives customers an easy way of customizing their devices with content and apps most likely to suit their interests. Pre-packed bundles allow ...

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Google Movie Rentals go Live in the UK – Kind of

Just days after Google Books went live in the UK so too has Google Movies although not quite completely. The Android Market hasn’t been updated to allow you to browse the movies available to rent the way it was updated for books. As it stands you have to log in to YouTube and rent the... ...

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Google+ 2.0 Built for ICS

Android Police are on a roll tonight! Hot on the heels of the Google Music 4.0.1 apk we have the Google+ 2.0 apk, again built specifically as one of the core apps that should be in Ice Cream Sandwich. I managed to have a little play with this one, because it’s not a system app... Read More

Download the New Google Music App Built for ICS

Well what do we have here? The leaks just keep coming and coming. This time it’s Google Music 4.0.1 built specifically for launch with Ice Cream Sandwich. The app has slight UI tweaks over the current Music Beta app, mainly to tie in with ICS’s makeover, it features some blue Tron ...

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New Leak Suggests There May Be More Than One “Prime” [OPINION] (Updated)

While everyone has undoubtedly seen the latest Nexus Prime leak this morning, many are too quick to assume this is the Google experience Nexus Prime that we’ve all been waiting for. Armed with Samsung’s own video teaser from earlier this week and the new video from today, I would ...

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HTC Flyer now Available on U.S. Cellular

U.S. Cellular customers can now purchase the HTC Flyer for as low as $399.99 when signing up for a 2-year 5GB data plan. They’re also offering the Flyer for $599.99 with a 2-year 200MB plan but that’s kind of a steep price to pay to be locked in for two years. For those interested, ...

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Motorola XOOM Family Edition Hitting Stores Soon

So apparently Motorola did some secret focus group poll thingy and came up with the bright idea of packaging kid-centric content into a $500 device and calling it the “Motorola XOOM Family Edition.” What a brilliant idea (insert sarcasm). Most of us parents are out shopping for tech ...

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Best Buy Drops Price of HTC Scribe Digital Pen to $39.99 [Deal Alert]

Best Buy recently set the tech blogs ablaze with their HTC Flyer price snafu. There was a pricing “error” giving the HTC Flyer a brief $99 price tag and techies around the globe were ready to go all “HP Touchpad” and gobble up the inventory. Unfortunately, Best Buy since ...

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