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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Imperio Remote Desktop App Goes Lite

Imperio has announced two new Lite versions of their remote desktop app for Android. Imperio Lite and Imperio Lite+ are now available in the Android Market for users looking to give the Imperio RDP a test drive. The Lite version coupled with the desktop client allows users free remote desktop ...

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Walmart Offering the Samsung Epic 4G Touch for $99 With new 2-Year Contract

The highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S II is starting to hit the US market and while Sprint’s Epic 4G Touch was supposed to be the first subsidized Galaxy S II, it was beat to the punch by Alaska’s GCI. Since most of us don’t have the pleasure of residing in “The Last ...

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US Airways Making Mobile Boarding Passes More Prevalent

In the world of travel, smartphones have become one-stop mobile travel agents. With a smartphone and an internet connection you can take care of just about any travel arrangement necessary (and unnecessary). That single device you own can be used to book everything from flights to hotels and ...

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VLC Media Player for Android Finally Enters Private Beta After Months of Push Backs

If you’ve been waiting for the VLC Media Player to hit Android, chances are you’ve given up by now. We reported about it coming “within weeks” back in December and then again in March as coming “within a couple months.” Fast-forward 6 months and we finally ...

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Second Annual AndroidTO Conference Kicks off in Toronto on October 26th

Last year, a group of Canadians got together and decided it was time for their lovely nation to celebrate the awesomeness of Android. Gathering together developers, enthusiasts, exhibitors and sponsors, these crafty Canucks created the AndroidTO conference and brought the lean, green, Android ...

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Samsung Confirms Nexus Prime Name

Samsung may have just leaked the name of the next Nexus device, and arguably the next greatest Android phone. Samsung leaked a user agent for the third Nexus, as pictured below. Instead of giving us a “Page not found” error, the Nexus Prime user agent shows up clear as day on ...

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Gingerbread Update for the Droid Incredible Finally Rolling Out — Again

Feels like deja vu doesn’t it? The Droid Incredible Gingerbread update was slated for an August 16th rollout until ultimately being delayed so Verizon’s product team could do a bit more testing. A couple weeks passed without a word until finally we received an announcement via ...

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Gingerbread now Running on Nearly a Third of all Android Devices

Google has just updated its current distribution of Android versions, and it sure looks good. Android 2.3 Gingerbread is up 7%, now running on 31.3% of all Android devices. Android 3.0 Honeycomb is up .1%, taking account for 1.4% of all the Android tablets in the world. Android 2.2 Froyo is ...

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QuickPic: A Brief Review

Personally, I’m not a huge fan of the photo gallery application found on the Samsung Galaxy S2. QuickPic is a nice free app that shows all of your pictures in a nice clear format. As QuickPic is a free app, I can’t make too many complaints. Pinch-to-zoom would be a welcomed feature, ...

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Recently Leaked HTC Ruby (Amaze 4G) Photos Confirm Rumored Specs

A few newly leaked photos of the HTC Ruby seem to confirm some earlier rumored specs of this future juggernaut set to launch on T-Mobile in late October. The photos, leaked by a tipster over at DroidSans, show the HTC Ruby running Gingerbread and rocking a blazing fast 1.5GHz dual core ...

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Nielsen: 40% of Nation’s Smartphones Run Android

These days, it seems that Android never stops rolling. Our favorite little green guy is taking over the US, with a commanding 40% share of the nation’s smartphone users. Even more good news is that the runner up, iOS, only has a market share of 28%, leaving the country’s top mobile ...

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ViewSonic Launches ViewPad 7x and 10pro, Budget 7e To Follow in Q4

                    ViewSonic are finally ready to deliver their ViewPads to the public after announcing availability at IFA. First there’s the ViewPad 10pro which runs Android 2.3 and Windows 7, it will be hitting shelves on September ...

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