Another Report Projecting Android Apps Eclipsing iOS in August

Just one week after Distimo projected a summer time frame for Android app outnumbering Apple’s, market research firm research2guidance is predicting something very similar. After crunching numbers and consulting the crystal ball, r2g sees Android taking the lead in August.  At that point, ...

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Sprint Unveils Relay ID Pack for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Users

Following quickly on the heels of the Green ID pack, Sprint announces another bundle of like-minded applications for niche users. Called the Relay ID pack,this collection of apps, widgets, and wallpapers is targeted at anyone who is deaf or has a hard time hearing on their handsets. Included in ...

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Gameloft Shows Off 8 New Android Titles [VIDEO]

Say what you will about Gameloft’s policies, it’s hard to deny their ability to churn out compelling games.  Really, what bugs us most is that their full library is not available in the Android Market, making it tough to re-download games from one phone to another.  Gameloft just ...

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Sprint Debuts Business-Minded Motorola XPRT

Sprint just pulled the curtain back on their first Android smart phone to feature enterprise-class security, the Motorola XPRT. Powered by Android 2.2 , the phone runs Motoblur and comes with a 3.1-inch display, full QWERTY keyboard, a 5-megapixel camera, and 2GB memory card. Not that a ...

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Sprint Announces Rugged, Push-to-Talk Motorola Titanium

Sprint and Motorola have just announced the successor to the last year’s push-to-talk i1 with the Android 2.1-powered Titanium.  Built with the same military-grade specifications as its predecessor, the Titanium features a full QWERTY keyboard, a 3.1-inch touch screen, and 5-megapixel ...

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New Release Dates for Trio of Verizon Android Phones

After missing their original, albeit unconfirmed, launch dates, three of Verizon’s upcoming Android handsets are now expected to arrive over next few weeks.  According to Droid-Life the Droid X2 and LG Revolution are both slated for a release on May 12th, one week from tomorrow.  Further, ...

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Rumor: HTC Testing a Female-Centric Android Handset

Word on the street is that HTC is conducting a focus group with female users, trying to put together a knockout Android phone targeted at the ladies.  According to ThisIsMyNext, the Verizon smart phone currently carries a code name of ‘Bliss’ and features both physical tweaks as ...

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Tablet-Optimized Feedly 2.0 Arrives with Simplicity, Elegance

Feedly 2.0 is now in the Android Market and it’s a thing of beauty.  In fact, after one day of usage, we’re ready to call it one of the best examples of Honeycomb optimization we’ve seen thus far.  While the RSS reader/mind feeder comes preloaded with a ton of awesome content ...

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Google IO App Arrives In Time for Annual Event

Headed to San Francisco next week to attend the annual Google IO conference?  Awesome, we’ll see you there!  Can’t make it in person, but want to keep close tabs on everything going down?  There’s an app for that.  Google dropped their official IO 2011 application into the ...

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A Look at U.S. Cellular’s Upcoming LG Genesis

U.S. Cellular wont’ tell you this yet, but they have an Android-based LG handset on the horizon.  A clam-shell, dual-screen Android at that.  AndroidCentral scored the details on this upcoming smart phone, which should fit well in the mid-range, new smart phone crowd.  Look for features ...

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Samsung Planning May 24 Event – What Could it Be?

Samsung is throwing a second mobile event this month where they will take to New York once again to announce… something.  The company already has something up their sleeve for tomorrow, May 5th which we quickly pegged as a Nexus S announcement.  We hear others thinking it might be in line ...

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Sprint and Google Voice Integration Goes Live

If you have been waiting, Google just announced that their Sprint and Google Voice integration is now live. Should you choose to utilize this new functionality, you will have two options: Keep your Sprint Number: Your Sprint number will be your Google Voice number Replace your Sprint Number ...

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Nexus One Getting 2.3.4 Now, No GTalk Video Chat

Well, it looks like you Nexus One users are finally getting some love from Google, in the form of Android v2.3.4.

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Rumor: Amazon Calling on Quanta for Their Android-Based Tablet

The rumors around Amazon’s Android-based tablet get a little more concrete as DigiTimes tosses some additional details into the mix. According to their sources, Quanta Computer recently received OEM orders from Amazon for the tablet expected to launch later this year. Further, they add ...

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HTC Kindgom ROM Indicates it is Sprint EVO 3D After All

Remember last week when we asked which carrier would rule over the HTC Kingdom?  Remember us mentioning how it closely resembled the Sprint EVO 3D?  Well, sadly (or not) we are finding out that these two are one in the same.  The 911Sniper Blog has leaked the ROM online for the new phone and ...

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