Joint Review: LTE Galaxy Tab 10.1 and TouchWiz UX

The BBQ master himself, Ray Walters, did a video review of Samsung’s newest flagship tablet, the Tab 10.1, back in June. Since then, Verizon has released a 4G LTE version of the device, and they were kind enough to send us one for review. Did you know you can advertise your app on AndroidGuys?

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Aces 3D Brick Breaker Announced, Brings New Life to Classic Game

If you’ve been in the mobile scene long enough, you probably remember Brick Breaker. Concrete Software, Inc. is bringing the game to the next level with Aces 3D Brick Breaker. It was just announced for Android, iOS, and BlackBerry devices, and upon first glance, it looks like a really fun ...

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PlayR2 Releases Android App, Saves Gamers Money

This one only applies to our friends across the pond, as we’ve just gotten wind of a new application that aims to save gamers a bit of money when purchasing video games and consoles. The app works much like ShopSavvy, with a built-in barcode scanner. Users can scan games and consoles, and ...

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Navy Federal Credit Union Releases Android App

Do you do a lot of mobile banking? If so, this next app may spark your interest. Navy Federal Credit Union has announced the release of their first Android app, which boasts such features as: Ability to find the nearest Navy Federal branches or free ATMs anywhere in the world Check currency ...

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Supermarket Mania 2 Launching on Android Next Week

The sequel to one of G5 Entertainment’s most popular games is finally on the way, with the announcement of Supermarket Mania 2. It’s been available on iOS for some time now, with an impressive 700,000 downloads in just one month, so it’s sure to take off on Android devices. ...

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Flud for Android Released, Honeycomb Support On the Way

If you’re looking for a great news app, we may have some good news for you. Flud for Android was released recently, and it’s packed full of some pretty snazzy features. Users can choose what kind of news appears in their feed, which helps with organization and not being overwhelmed ...

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Box for Android Updated, Now Includes Honeycomb Support

If you own an Android tablet, and you’ve been looking for a better way to save and share files, then wait no more! Box.net has updated their Box app, with support for Honeycomb tablets as well as Android phones. Did you know you can advertise your app on AndroidGuys?

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Beta Test This: Pocket Informant 1.5

The makers of Pocket Informant have just released the latest public beta, version 1.5, for Android devices. If you’re not familiar with Pocket Informant, it’s essentially a calendar app and a task manager all in one. Users can look at their list of things to do, and see how it plays ...

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A Game With Balls Released on Android Market, Name Says it All

A Game With Balls has been released on the Android Market, and it actually looks like a lot of fun to play. The object of the game is to protect your cannon from falling objects by firing cannonballs at them to push them aside. The real challenge lies in the fact that each object behaves... Read More

Rooted Users Get Market Movie Rentals with Modified Google Videos App

We were a bit sad when we discovered back in May that rooted Android devices don’t have the ability to rent movies from the Android Market. We got some good news today, and this one comes from the guys over at KnowYourCell. They’ve learned that a group of developers over at SDX ...

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First Ice Cream Sandwich Screenshots Leaked!

Today is the day that you and I have been waiting for since we heard whispers of Ice Cream Sandwich, the next amazing version of Android. The guys over at RootzWiki got some screenshots and details about ICS, and I know you’re eager to hear this, so let’s get right into it! As you ...

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HTC Vigor, LG Revolution 2 Specs Leaked?

The guys over at Droid-Life have gotten their hands on what appears to be some leaked specs for the rumored HTC Vigor and LG Revolution 2, both of which were seen in a leaked Big Red document last week. The LG Revolution is currently a top device on Verizon, with a 1GHz Snapdragon processor and ...

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Motorola Not Backing Down From Apple Lawsuit, Says it Has “No Merit”

It’s obvious by now, after having sued Samsung, which led to the Galaxy Tab 10.1 being banned from every major European country, that Apple likes to enforce patent infringement on other companies. Their latest victim appears to be Motorola, as Apple mentioned, in a complaint over the ...

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Maintenance Update Rolling Out to Motorola Xoom

We’ve just gotten word from Verizon that they’re in the process of rolling out a software update for Xoom users. There are quite a few goodies in store, namely: Enhanced SD card support Movie rental improvements Improved streaming for movies Screen scaling compatibility mode ...

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Motorola Goes On “Kore” Domain Rampage, Xoom Successor?

The guys over at AndroidCommunity have gotten word that Motorola has bought several domain names with “Kore” in them. Now, this is only speculation at the moment, but it’s possible that Moto’s next tablet could be called the Kore, and it would be a successor to the Xoom. ...

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