Settle Those Song Lyric Arguments with TuneWiki

I don't know how many times that I have had intense debates/arguments with friends and family over song lyrics. Like many of you, I have the idiot savant ability to retain most of the song lyrics I have ever heard, and will fight to the death when someone questions my recall. Probably the ...

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And Just Like That, TweetComb Drops To The Price of Free

Was just browsing the Android Market from my XOOM and I stumbled upon TweetComb again. I was intrigued to use as an alternative to Plume but am now motivated because the low, low price of $2.99 has been downgraded to the really low price of Free. Get it here. Enjoy!

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Best Buy to Offer Wi-Fi HTC Flyer in Exclusive Deal Starting May 22

Best Buy shot out a quick press announcement late yesterday advising that they’ll soon be offering the Wi-Fi version of the HTC Flyer. Although the company didn’t make mention of a price point, it has been available via pre-sales with a $500 sticker.  The Flyer is slated to arrive ...

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Gameloft Adds Ability To Re-Download Purchased Games

If you are a fan of Gameloft games, you will be happy to hear they just changed their DRM policy. Now what does this mean? Gameloft changing their DRM policy means that you can now re-download already purchased games to a new device. For example, when you download games from the Android Market ...

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Gartner: Android at 36% Smart Phone Sales While Windows Phone Languishes

Following Millennial Media’s findings this morning, it’s Gartner’s turn to drop their latest figures on us. How has Android been doing in terms of sales over the last few months? Very well, thank you. According to Gartner, more than 36 million Android devices were shipped in ...

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Tonight on AGTN!

It is once again Thursday, and you know what that means! It is once again time for the Android Guys Thursday Night Droidcast! Join Ray, Stacie, Benji and a mystery host tonight as we talk about the following:

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Fujitsu Prepping 7-inch Honeycomb Tablet for Q3

Ready for an Android tablet with a mix of super portable and highly functional?  DigiTimes is reporting today that Fujitsu is currently working on a 7-inch tablet for release later this year.  Due at some point in the third quarter, this tablet is said to run Android 3.1 and carry a $350 ...

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Logitech Debuts Tablet Accessories

Logitech unveiled a new line of branded tablet accessories for both Android and iPad platforms today. First out of the gate will be the Bluetooth keyboard which will run $70 and should be available by the end of this month (May). Designed specifically with Android in mind, the layout and ...

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Millennial Media: Android Holds 53% Share of World Market

The latest Mobile Mix report from Millennial Media is out today, covering the smart phone landscape from April 2011.  As the headline implies, Android still owns the crown (five straight months) for market share at 53%, up 10% over the previous month.  That’s pretty easy to do when you 16 ...

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CyanogenMod Support Now Official for 3 Samsung Galaxy S Devices

Its official!  Now everyone can relax as CM7 has arrived on the popular Samsung Galaxy S series handset.  Its been a long time coming, divorces and ruined friendships are simply a side effect of the most popular series of custom roms ever.  The current registration count of devices running CM7 ...

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Samsung Hercules Outdoes Infuse, Headed to T-Mobile?

Despite their potential buyout, I'm very impressed with T-Mobile as of late. First they announced the HTC Sensation, and then we got a look at their 2011 roadmap yesterday, which included the MyTouch 4G Slide, Samsung Exhibit 4G, and something titled the "Samsung Hercules". Well, we're learning ...

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T-Mobile Horizon Loaded with New Android Devices

T-Mobile customers and fans will have plenty of Android to choose from over the next six months.  The roadmap for the 4th place carrier has been uncovered by the guys at ThisIsMyNext, and its chock full of Android goodies.  We’ll forgo the full breakdown and details here, deferring to the ...

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Droid X2 Joins Verizon Lineup May 26

Verizon announced this morning that their first dual-core (1GHz) handset, the Droid X2, will be available online May 19 and in stores a week later on May 26th.  Carrying a a $199.99 sticker (new two-year customer agreements), the Droid X2 boasts a 4.3-inch qHD screen, HDMI-output, an ...

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Sony Ericsson Gearing Up for New Devices, Shots Leaked

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 was launched last year as SE's flagship device, but the device pretty much failed because it didn't get Android updates on time, despite the fact that we heard it would get Gingerbread. Now it seems that Sony Ericsson is looking to launch some more new Android devices.

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CalorieCount.com Releases Free Android Application

Are you counting calories or trying to lose those extra pounds in time for summer? CalorieCount.com has just release their free Android application. This application allows you to log your calorie intake from a list of 200,000 different foods. The key features of this application include: Easy ...

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