More Cities… More Verizon 4G LTE

Another day, another Verizon 4G LTE rollout. This next installment is set to start October 20th or 21st and will flip the 4G LTE switch on another twenty or so cities. With 143 cities already covered, Verizon looks to blaze past their initial goal of 175 cities by years end. While that ...

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T-Mobile set to Discount all Smartphones and Tablets in One-Day, In-Store Only Sale

T-Mobile will be having a one-day, in-store only sale on just about every device this Saturday, September 24th (don’t get too excited just yet). To continue the celebration of their new Value plans, T-Mobile has announced that any smartphone, tablet or broadband device purchased with a ...

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Google+ Announces New Features for Mobile Apps

Google have just taken to their blog to announce some new features for their social networking site Google+. The majority of these new features are aimed at the mobile apps for the site, the biggest being mobile Hangouts for Android handsets running 2.3+ with a front facing camera. I’ve ...

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Press Shots Reveal the Budget Friendly HTC Explorer (Pico)

HTC has been pumping out handsets left and right and while this next one doesn’t share a musical moniker, it does appeal to the budget conscious. We first gave you a look at this compact budget-friendly device back when it was codenamed the HTC Pico. It’s since adopted the name ...

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Zynga Releases Hanging With Friends for Android

Zynga, the guys behind the hit scrabble-esque phenomenon “Words with Friends,” have released their newest title to the Android Market. “Hangin with Friends” puts a G-rated spin on the popular word game hangman. Instead of a stick figure and a noose, players get to guess ...

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Acer C6 Liquid Express Coming to Orange UK

Orange have outed a forthcoming Android handset, the Acer C6 Liquid Express that is believed to be the Acer E320. Although it runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread, it comes with a lacklustre processor at just 800 MHz, which with todays dual core 1.5 GHz processors means its being pushed more towards ...

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Motorola Admiral to Sport Sprint’s Direct Connect

Here’s a phone we’ve had almost no information on until now. We first saw a picture of the mysterious device back in July. Then in August, we saw its name leaked. But it wasn’t until today that the two would come together to form an identity which is: The Motorola Admiral. ...

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Skycast Solutions Introduces TrayVu – Please return Your Android Devices to Their Full Upright Position

Skycast Solutions has created what I believe is an absolute brilliant solution to the ongoing revenue problems airlines have been facing. It’s not only cost effective, but also introduces limitless revenue possibilities via an avenue that passengers are less likely to complain about: ...

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Verizon Flipping the LTE Switch for Another 26 Markets Today

Verizon continues its barrage of LTE rollouts today by flipping the 4G switch on for 26 new markets. I know many of you are waiting for LTE to hit your area so you can run out and purchase a 4G device like the Droid Bionic so I’ll cut the small talk and go straight to... Read More

Opera Mobile Receives Hefty Update to Fix Various Issues

If you happen to use the Opera Mobile browser for Android you’ll be happy to know it’s been updated and fixes quite a few issues. For those of you not familiar with Opera Mobile, it is an alternative browser that Android users can download for free from the Android Market, and while ...

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“Geek Week” on the Amazon App Store: Useful Apps at Discounted Prices

Say what you will about the Amazon App Store, but one thing is for certain: it’s an avenue that definitely offers apps at low cost. This week Amazon has decided to offer a slew of useful “productivity” apps at discounted prices in what they are calling “Geek Week.” ...

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HTC Runnymede Poses for Close-up Press Shot – “That’s One Big White Boy”

Two weeks ago we brought you some info and a small pic of HTC’s up-and-coming Runnymede (who comes up with these names?) device. The device which is set to feature an “all-round mind-blowing multi-media experience,” is equipped with one of HTC’s largest smartphone screen ...

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Philadelphia Media Network Becomes First U.S. Newspaper Publisher to Offer Bundled Tablet Packages

Back in July we brought you a story about a Philadelphia newspaper publisher looking to offer its subscribers a discounted price on an Android tablet when bundled with their newspaper’s digital subscription package. This first of its kind pilot program is now official and set to begin ...

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Will Reviews 3 Free Android Apps

As the title and video suggest, I’ve done a quick review of Zedge, Mystic Halo, and QuickPic (which I did a written review of earlier this week). The video also contains a bit of Android news. If you’d like to try any of these apps for yourself, you can download them using their ...

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Tursion TS-102 Pico Projector Now Available

Is 4.3 inches not big enough for you? Then take a look at the Tursion TS-102 Pico Projector. This projector (running Android 2.1) is small enough to fit in your pocket, yet can give you projection up to 100 inches, with a resolution of 800 x 600. The projector also features a touch pad, hard... ...

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