Swype 3.0 Beta Released, Honeycomb Support and More…

It’s only been 18 months and already Swype has swiped its way past 50 million installs, revering itself as one of the most premiere keyboard replacements around. Now, with version 3.0 released, they are looking to increase those numbers by adding support for tablets running Honeycomb. ...

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Taptu Update Gives Users More UI Choices and Better Search

Social/News feed reader app Taptu recently received an update bringing it to version 1.5. This latest update adds additional options to its already awesome UI and improves upon its search mechanics to make Taptu one of (if not) the best darn feed reader on the market. To improve the user ...

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American Airlines to Provide Samsung’s Galaxy Tab™ 10.1 for Premium Class In-Flight Entertainment

Chalk another one up for the Android army! Samsung and American Airlines have just announced that starting later this year, flyers in premium class will be using the Galaxy Tab 10.1 for their in-flight entertainment. Only on selected flights mind you, American Airlines plans to deploy 6000 of ...

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Amazon Collecting Usage Data Through Their App Store?

According to a developer who got in contact with Business Insider, Amazon may be collecting usage data through their own app store on your Android powered device. He came to this conclusion after he found that if you don't have the app store installed you can't access any of the apps you ...

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[UPDATE] T-Mobile Celebrating Father’s Day, Giving Away 10 Sensation 4Gs

T-Mobile has never been one to miss out on a giveaway, and they're not about to start now. T-Mobile is giving away 10 (yes, we said TEN) HTC Sensation 4G superphones in honor of Father's Day. They announced it via their Twitter and Facebook pages last Friday.

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Motorola Televation Streams Live TV to Connected Devices

Motorola Mobility just announced a new broadband device designed to share live TV across other connected IP devices.  Called Motorola Televation, it uses a 1GHZ digital QAM tuner and CableCard to pull broadcast television out of coax outlets and transmit it as DRM-protected MPEG-2 to MPEG-4.   ...

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Boingo Wireless Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary

Celebrating their 10th anniversary Boingo Wireless rang the NASDAQ opening bell this morning.  A newly public company, Boingo is happy to announce their 10th anniversary celebration by awarding their customers and fans with gifts through the remainder of 2011. Deals, Discounts, Freebies, and ...

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Track, Analyze, and Compare Bicycle Rides with Strava

Cycling enthusiasts have another biking app to put on their radar with Strava landing in the Android Market late last week. Like its iPhone counterpart before it, lets users track speed, power, distance, and climb from their handsets while on the go. Using the GPS found in Android smart phones, ...

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Samsung Mobile Singapore Outs High-Res Images of AT&T Galaxy Attain

The Singapore division for Samsung Mobile has accidentally outed the first high-resolution images of AT&T’s Galaxy Attain.  The Ma Bell-branded version of the Galaxy S II doesn’t have a launch date but that apparently doesn’t matter.  Come to think of it, there ...

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Sprint’s Mid-Range Samsung Conquer 4G Expected Late July

Additional details surfaced over the weekend for an upcoming Samsung handset headed to Sprint. Previously known only by its model number SPH-D600, the phone is expected to be called the Samsung Conquer 4G when it arrives July 24th. Specifications include a 1GHz processor, 3.1-megapixel camera, ...

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First Custom ROM Available for the XOOM!

Well it’s been quite a wait, but finally the first custom ROM for the Motorola Xoom is available.  You’ll have to head over at the XDA developers forum to grab it – thank member bigrushdog while you’re there. Team Tiamat (the same guys that brought us those blistering ...

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Adobe Peers into the Future of Linked, Location-Based Apps

How cool would it be to arrive at a museum and have your phone tell you that there is an official app designed to walk you through the halls?  Acting as a virtual tour guide, the app would tell you all about the pictures and sculptures in the halls. While that application would be awesome,... ...

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Amazon Stocking up on Digital Magazines Ahead of Android Tablets?

Could Amazon be adding a bunch of digital magazines to their repertoire in anticipation of their Android tablet launch?  It certainly looks that way. According to a website called Beyond Black Friday, the online giant has been busy lately, offering up a host of new Kindle versions of magazines. ...

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Living Vicariously: Watch Motorola and Sprint Luncheon Event [VIDEO]

Motorola and Sprint took to New York yesterday where they announced a renewed partnership and unveiled a pair of new Android smart phones in the process.  Press releases and images were immediately made available and paint a good picture as to what to expect.  Later in the day, Sprint dropped a ...

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Android Market Compatibility Checking Added

For quite a while now the Android Market has been a kind of “work-in-progress.” But, with a UI overhaul not too long ago, another one planned, and a bunch of new features being added to the web market (such as new charts and “trending apps”), Google seems to be really ...

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