Music Unlimited (Qriocity) App for Android

Today, Music Unlimited announced their new Android application. Music Unlimited is an online music streaming service that offers over 7 million titles. This application is open to all Sony Xperia based phones as well as some third party devices. The application is a free download from the ...

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Archos Gen 9 Tablets to Feature Honeycomb and Market?

Archos recently announced a launch event in Paris to unveil their new Gen 9 tablets. If you don’t know, Archos has been making great “low budget” Android tablets/ media devices for a while now but none have featured the Android Market or any Google Apps. But, if you check out ...

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Xperia Play Launches on O2 in the UK

If you have been waiting for the Xperia Play on O2 (a British network), wait no longer! Not only is it here in black, O2 even has an exclusive white edition for the same price. The Xperia Play will run you £429.99 off-contract, or you can get it for free if you have a contract valued at £37 ...

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Gingerbread (2.3.3) OTA Update for Droid Pro?

According to Droid-Life, two of their readers informed that their Droid Pros received an OTA (over the air) update for Android 2.3.3 (better known as Gingerbread). We know that the rollout for the original Droid X Gingerbread update started last Friday, but we never expected for the Droid Pro ...

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Deal Alert: HTC Thunderbolt for $99 Until June 12!

According to Droid-Life, Verizon Wireless is holding a private sale for some devices, including the HTC Thunderbolt for $99. Suposedly you are invited to this “Private Sale” via email or text message, and then you can shop for some discounted phones. In case you didn’t know, ...

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Samsung Galaxy S2 Passes 1 Million Units Sold!

Samsung announced recently that their newly-released Galaxy S2 has surpassed 1 million units sold. I personally have not seen or used this phonemyself, but it look hot! Obviously hot enough where it has sold 1 million units since April 29th.  Do a bit of math, 1 million units sold from April ...

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Droid 3 Shows Up in Verizon Device Management Pages

If you are still waiting to upgrade to a new device, you might want to keep the Droid 3 in mind. Android Central recently reported on this device showing up in Verizon’s Device Management Pages. Though this information doesn’t mean much, it guarantees that the Droid 3 is indeed ...

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EVO 3D Launch on the Fourth Week of June

Android Central recently picked up on an interesting advertisement in Sprint’s Playbook. Along with the fact that it’s advertising the HTC EVO 3D, the headline of the ad mentions a “Fourth Week of June” release date. There’s nothing to say, except that EVO lovers ...

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Meet the ASUS Padfone

According to Android Central, today at the Computex Conference, ASUS unveiled their latest creation, the Padfone. The Padfone offers a very unique design, being a tablet/phone hybrid. The concept is that the phone docks into this tablet and powers it. The tablet is said to not work without the ...

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Review: Samsung Droid Charge

After using the Droid Charge for some time, I am left with some mixed feelings. To start, the Droid Charge was not released with any mind-blowing specs; they were about the same as phones released in 2010. With the Charge, I experienced great earphone and speakerphone quality as well as great ...

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Google Music App Updated

The Google Music app was recently updates to version 3.0.1. In this new update, users can now delete songs stored on the SD card. Some bug fixes were included as well. According to AndroidCentral, this update also removes forces closes for custom Gingerbread ROMs. If you want to learn more ...

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Verizon Releases the LG Revolution, Droid X2, and Xperia Play

Just a reminder that the LG Revolution, Droid X2, and Sony Ericsson Xperia Play are all available from Verizon as of yesterday. One of these devices fits just about everyone. If you want to know a bit more on each phone, here’s a quick recap: LG Revolution: Price: $249.99* The LG ...

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TweetCaster HD Beta for Honeycomb Tablets

Let’s face it, if you like to tweet, you want a good Twitter client for your Android smartphone, and there are plenty of options, from TweetDeck to Twitter for Android. But there are very few for Honeycomb (Android 3.0/3.1). Slowly but surely, the Twitter clients for Honeycomb are growing. Hot ...

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SPB releases SPB Time

  SPB Time is a clock application for Android that has many options and ways to customize it. SPB Time basically revamps your Clock application, which is probably in that “apps I don’t use” folder. Their main focus for the application seems to be a way to integrate the time with moon ...

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Droid Charge Blockbuster App Blocked to Rooted Users

If you haven’t heard, Google’s new movie service on Android 3.1 has been blocked to root users. If you have a rooted Xoom running Android 3.1, you cannot rent or purchase videos from the new Movies section in the Android Market. But it doesn’t end there; the newly released Blockbuster ...

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