Geocaching with Geooh

According to Wikipedia, geocaching is an “outdoor activity in which the participants use GPS or other navigational techniques to hide and seek containers (called “geocaches” or “caches”). I  learned of an app alled Geooh today from its developer, Mobiltect. ...

Read More

Listen Up! Podcast #39 is On Demand

Our latest podcast, #39, is in the can and available for downloads and streaming.  Joining me this week was resident AndroidGuy Sam Herren, Nick Gray (HTC Source), and Andrew Kamika (Androinica).  Also, Nicole stopped by for a few minutes near the end to share are few newsworthy items of her ...

Read More

Official WordPress App for Android is Now Available

Early last month, we mentioned that an official WordPress application for Android might be arriving shortly.  One month later, to the day, we’ve learned that it can be found for free in the Android Market.  According to the WordPress blog, it looks and feels similar to the free wpToGo ...

Read More

Must Have Geek Goodies – 3″ Vinyl Android Figures

Well, I know what I’m going to have decorating my desk and office as soon as possible.  Check out the Android mini collectibles from Dyzplastic and Andrew Bell.  Kicking of with a set of 12 design, these 3″ vinyl Android figures come in individual blind boxes.  Buy a few and see ...

Read More

Walmart to Offer Nexus One

Part of my daily routine involves checking my RSS and twitter feeds while I drink my morning coffee  as both seem to help me get my day going.   As much as I’d like to think the world stops with Android news once I go to bed, sadly it doesn’t.  So I play catch up... Read More

HTC Supersonic in the Wild

Here’s the first look at the forthcoming HTC Supersonic.  That is, if you want to believe it.  Someone over at AndroidMobileOS was sent a couple of photos of what’s likely to become one of the hottest rumored handsets this year.

Read More

As Verizon Has the ‘Droid’ Series, T-Mobile Will Have the ‘myTouch’ Series

On the most recent AndroidGuys podcast, I asked the other members of the panel if they thought T-Mobile was planning to turn the myTouch into a line of phones like they did for the Sidekick?  Everyone was in agreement that with the new Fender model, the forthcoming 1.2 edition, and rumored ...

Read More

Motoroi All But Officially Headed for T-Mobile USA in March

I love it when people put their free time to good use.  Someone over at CellPhoneSignal has put together what seems like perhaps the final piece of the puzzle which indicates the Motorola Motoroi is coming to T-Mobile USA soon. Looking over some FCC filings, it was found that a Motorola device ...

Read More

Google: “Here’s a FREE Nexus One or a Verizon Droid. Go Develop Games!”

You might be surprised to learn that seven of the ten most popular paid applications in the Android Market are games.  I know I was.  For a platform that doesn’t seem as polished or sexy as the iPhone, people are gravitating towards games regardless.  As Android continues to improve ...

Read More

Wikitude 4 Now Available

One of my favorite Android apps from day one has been Wikitude, by Mobilizy.  It has always been fun to watch the reaction from people as I show them the first, and arguably best, “augmented reality” app.  After starting out with a great app back in 2008, Wikitude just keeps ...

Read More

And It’s Official – Nexus One is First SuperPhone

The Nexus One event is in the books and it’s time for everyone to chime in with their impressions.  What did we learn today?  Anything new or that wasn’t already predicted/leaked?    Let’s hear your thoughts in the comments below!

Read More

Giz Editor Plays with Nexus One, Shares Impressions

Let’s just this right off the top.  If there is anyone in Northeastern Ohio with a Nexus One, email me.  I will drive to meet you.  I can’t take the jealousy that’s boiling up inside of me. Jason Chen, an editor for Gizmodo, just gloated to shared with his readers that he ...

Read More

NewsRoom is an RSS Beauty and Beast

I recently learned of a new RSS reader for Android called NewsRoom.  Since I rarely rely on bookmarked websites anymore, I like to have content readily available via RSS.  While there have been a handful of great RSS apps released already, I decided to take a look anyhow.  I was pleasantly ...

Read More

How Google Could Give the Nexus One Away For Free

One of the bigger unknowns surrounding the Nexus One is whether or not Google would eat some or all of the cost of a handset in order to get it in the hands of as many people as possible.  This article won’t be a debate on whether they’d do it but rather how they could... Read More

ChickenBrick Studios Announces Puzzle Game ‘LightUp!’

Hot on the heels of their Super Game Pack, ChickenBrick Studios has announced the release of their new puzzle game, Light Up.  I’ve been playing with this game for the last two weeks and I have to say that it’s one of my favorite casual games right now.  There are over 125 levels ...

Read More