For those not familiar, Graphic.ly has been releasing comics for the web and iOS for sometime, and has been revered as one of the greatest sources for online comics. Now, they have finally brought their comics to Android. Graphic.ly CEO Micah Baldwin said, “Like our community, …
kattertech.com put up an interesting article this morning about a guy used Google Tracks to evade a speeding ticket.
Our German brethren at HandyGames (Handy being the German colloquial term for smartphones) are getting ready to release some new titles for the Xperia.
At the exhibition booth in Barcelona, Spain, HandyGames showed off to MWC visitors three different titles available for the PLAY. They showed their original, award-winning casual brain-training game infeCCt, (optimized for the device) as well as a couple new titles like Super Dynamite Fishing, and Guns’n'Glory.
The Mobile World Congress (MWC) showed off some amazing new things, one of them being the WiFi only Samsung Galaxy S. It’s like a new-and-improved version of the iPod Touch. It does all the music and videos (not to mention video chat) that the regular phones do, just not voice usage. It’s a smaller tablet in reality.
Android has come out with a pretty clever marketing tool in the form of Andy pins. As you can see in the picture, Andy takes on various outfits and scenarios and is in pin-form, waiting to be collected by his fans. The MWC was crawling with various pins that people were steadfast in collecting and trading.
Lookout Mobile Security has issued another report from their App Genome Project and it confirms what we’ve been hearing for a while now: the Android Market is maturing. For those of you who aren’t familiar, the App Genome Project is the world’s largest application dataset that basically shows mobile applications across platforms, and in our case, Android v. iOS.
The guys over at Phandroid got their hands on an internal memo from AT&T that shows their roadmap for 2011. The last two bullet points are of interest to us all. First, they plan on releasing 20 “4G” devices this year, and 12 Android devices–more …
As Verizon is preparing their iPhone release, some people are asking if Android is worried. Andy Rubin isn’t worried. In fact, Businessweek stated that he had this to say: “I don’t think any specific carrier in any one region is a big game changer for …
We’ve all heard the news about some new potential Facebook-branded phones, but are they legit?
Dan Rose, head of business development for Facebook stated, “This is really just another example of a manufacturer who has taken our public APIs (application programming interfaces) and integrated them into their device in an interesting way.”
Since WebMD went live years ago, tons of people hop online with their symptoms and give themselves self-diagnosis’s on what ails them. Although NOT a substitute for a physician’s diagnosis, WebMD is a great utility for people to get an idea if they need more treatment than what they have in the band-aid box at home.
In select Metro areas in the United States, (Queens, Manhattan, Washington, DC, Philadelphia, and others) you can now order your favorite take-out and have it delivered to you at home, or to the office, and the service is free of charge. Seamlessweb.com has released an Android version of their software that allows you to place your carry-out order or delivery food order, all from an app on your phone. It even saves your preferences if you tend to order the #5 down at Johnny’s Deli, it will store if you like pastrami, but want them to hold the mayo!
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