OpenFeint Begins Offering Game Channel on Android

OpenFeint, the secret cross-platform sauce behind hundreds of Android games, has issued a press release today touting their new Game Channel for Android. Designed to both help players discover new games and highlight developers, it’s also a perfect opportunity for OpenFeint to thump their ...

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Samsung Unveils Enterprise Alliance System for Enterprise Mobility Partners

Just after announcing SAFE (Samsung Approved for Enterprise) on 10/11/2011, Samsung has now unveiled their new Enterprise Alliance Program, an ecosystem for Samsung’s enterprise solution partners. The new program will allow said partners to implement and integrate programs and solutions ...

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Nearly Official, Ice Cream Sandwich Arrives at Googleplex

If there’s one way to gauge whether or not the next release of Android is ready to come out of the kitchen, it’s to drive past the Googleplex.  Why?  It has become an unofficial tradition to see the latest build arrive on the lawn in the form of a giant sculpture.  Such is the ...

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Samsung Officially Reschedule Ice Cream Sandwich Event for October 18

The rumors have turned to fact, kids. Samsung has rescheduled the ballyhooed Ice Cream Sandwich event for next week, tapping October 18th as the new date. Taking place in Hong Kong at 10:00PM EST, this is the show we had hoped would have come to fruition this week. Whatevs, we’ll be ...

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Cyanogenmod 7 Alpha for HP Touchpad Released, Surprisingly Functional

WebOS may be discontinued but the hardware it’s running on, the HP Touchpad, is still very, very alive. The Cyanogenmod team has released an alpha of Cyanogenmod 7 for the Touchpad. As for bugs — it’s an alpha so there will be a lot of bugs, but the list of functioning stuff ...

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Where are the Desktops in the Mobile Ecosystem? [Opinion]

We all remember Steve Jobs’ statement that we’re living in the ‘Post-PC era.’ This statement was widely spread and some people truly started believing that the days of the PC were over. I do not share this opinion, I think we should look at mobile devices as an addition ...

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Michael Dell: Android Has Not “Developed to Expectations”

Michael Dell, speaking at the annual Dell World conference, had some less than flattering remarks for Android. In discussing the company’s mobile strategies and history, Mr. Dell indicated that Android has “not developed to the expectations” of Dell. Pledging support for ...

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Google TV 2.0 Could Make its Debut on November 8 at Streaming Media West (EVENTS)

Streaming Media West 2011, an annual event designed to cover the entire online video ecosystem is just a few short weeks away. Why should you care? Chances are pretty good that this is where we might get our first glimpses of the new Google TV experience.  How did I arrive at this conclusion? ...

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Rockstar Announces Grand Theft Auto III for Select Android Devices

Ready for your “Wow, that makes me feel old” moment of the day?  Rockstar Games’ runaway hit console title Grand Theft Auto III is now ten years old.  To help commemorate the anniversary, the developers have announced that the classic game is coming to select Android devices ...

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GameFly Adds Social Networking Component to Popular Android App

The official GameFly application has been updated today, adding the social networking component to the app and breathing new life into an already great app.  Available immediately in the Android Market, the 2.0 release of GameFly lets users create profile pages and browse others, post updates ...

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Zlango Announces Exclusive Walking Dead Content for Icon Messaging App

Zlango has announced today that they have an official theme pack for The Walking Dead, just in time for this Sunday’s season two premiere. Like their other great theme packs, this essentially replaces your standard text with cool, fun icons and images. The only difference this time around ...

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Samsung Galaxy W Loses its “Wonder” on the way to T-Mobile, Becomes the Exhibit II 4G

The first press shots of T-Mobile’s Exhibit II 4G showed up on PocketNow yesterday. The device was originally referred to as the Samsung Galaxy W until TmoNews unveiled the Exhibit II 4G moniker thanks to a leaked shot of a T-Mobile inventory sheet. It’s also believed to be the ...

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Boingo Chosen by LG to Bring Data Offloading and Global Wi-Fi Roaming to U+ Customers

Boingo, one of the largest providers of Wi-Fi software and services in the world, announced today that they have partnered up with LG Uplus (or “U+”) in South Korea to provide data offloading and global Wi-Fi roaming to their customers. The service agreement has been slated for ...

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Android Phones Going Really Cheap on Contract

Everyone would love to get a new smartphone for free or for only 1¢ with a contract, no? And by new smartphones, I mean devices launched in recent weeks and months. If you are a loyal T-Mobile customer and you are about to upgrade, then here is a lovely Android phone you can get for free:... ...

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Heyzap Introduces Play Tab in 3.0 Release

Heyzap has tossed a new, updated version of their gaming community application into the Android Market today, adding a simple but nifty feature into the mix.  Announced in time for GDC Online, Heyzap 3.0 offers users a “Play” tab which allows for browsing through game libraries and ...

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