News and Rumors
Yahoo! continues to bolster their Android app lineup with a crowdsourced approach to weather.
One of the first Android titles we ever downloaded to our T-Mobile G1, Parallel Kingdom, has turned three years old. With more than 750,000 players from around the world, the
Will the Android Market soon begin accepting payments via Paypal?
Here’s your weekly dose of Android questions which are asked by users just like you, and answered by people just like you. Available over at the Android section of Stack
The $99 device doubles as a speakerphone for phone calls and video chat.
LG took a big step towards calming their Android user base this morning, advising that they are working to bring Android 4.0 to a number of their devices. Rumors were
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Norton Mobile Security update includes new “Scream” feature and web-based antitheft capabilities
Although most people question LG’s capabilities, you’ve got to admit that they’re often the first with new technologies. They were the first to actually release a dual-core phone, and they
A new Kicktsarter project just got underway which seeks to make it so that Android fans can order personalized Androidify Me stickers. It’s a simple premise, really, and one that
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fcYWGwQu2WI[/youtube] The new Samsung Galaxy S II and the HTC Amaze 4G are here – the perfect gifts just in time for the Holidays. Take a tour of T-Mobile’s magical
Calling all Duke Nukem fans, I need your attention. Remember when we told you that Duke Nukem would hit the Android Market “very soon?” Well, after only 20 days, the
The Motorola XOOM was the first ever tablet to feature Google’s tablet optimized OS known as Honeycomb. The latest version of Honeycomb is known as Android 3.2 and it was
Last week, we ran a review of one of Seidio’s new products, the Charging Vault. This device is a must have for any power-hungry user, and can come in handy