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    Samsung to start charging about the price of a gallon for “Milk”
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    • 18 Apr, 2014

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    Were you one of the many enjoying your free “Milk”? Well, Milk Music is having a ...

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    AT&T bolsters GoPhone offerings with more data, new option
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    • 18 Apr, 2014

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    AT&T on Friday announced that its no-cotnract  GoPhone plans will receive extra data ...

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    Republic Wireless calls on $149 Moto G
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    • 18 Apr, 2014

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    Republic Wireless yesterday added the Moto G smartphone to its portfolio of smartphones. ...

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    Amazon’s Easter Egg deals offer scores of free and discounted games

    Amazon on Friday announced a little Easter Egg hunt for this weekend which results in a bunch ...

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    Flickr 3.0 debuts with new look, filters, and more
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    • 18 Apr, 2014

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    Flickr on Thursday rolled out a new version of its Android and iOS applications. Redesigned ...

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Droid and Lego NXT solve a 7x7x7 Rubik’s Cube

David Gilday has done it again! The inventor of the Lego NXT Rubik’s Cube-solving robot has beefed it up with none other than a Motorola Droid. Now his monster is rocking Android and solving Rubik’s cubes all over town. The video below shows this robot solving a 7x7x7 Rubik’s ...

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Star Wars Themed Droid 2 Launching August 12th?

Engadget is reporting that the Droid 2 will be launching on August 12th, 2010.  According to their source, the sequel to the original Droid will not only come with Froyo at launch, but have an optional R2-D2 special edition logo on the back. It appears the Droid line is going back to its Star ...

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Eclair Now Holds 55% of Android Pie

Bit of interesting news from the Android Platforms website.  It appears the Android Platform page has been updated, and Eclair (Android 2.1) is now in the majority, with 55.5% of the pie.  Woo-hoo!  Donut (aka 1.6) is barely holding on to a second place spot with 22.1% and Cupcake (1.5) comes ...

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Froyo for Motorola Milestone “Undecided”.

And the hits just keep on hitting for Motorola Android handset owners.  In a post on the Motorola Owners forum, Moto’s Eurpean Marketing Director James King makes the following statement about the status of the Milestone getting Froyo in the near future: Next European Milestone and 2.2 ...

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Droid X Does Send Photos Direct to Print at Local CVS

Hey Droid X owners!  Did you know that you could snap a picture and have it sent to your local CVS and turned into a 4×6″ print?  Yeah, Droid X does that.  Break out that high-resolution 8-megapixel camera and select “Print to Retail” from the Gallery menu.  Follow the ...

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Beta Test This! Baby ESP

The team behind Baby ESP are looking for some beta testers willing to give their app a thorough evaluation. After conducting some internal/private testing of their own, they are seeking up to 100 more users to test their server capacities and try to break the app.  So what is Baby ESP?  ...

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Social Check-In Comes to SCVNGR

The up and coming check-in service known as SCVNGR has just announced a rather cool feature today that rewards users for going places with friends. Starting today, folks running SCVNGR on their Android and iPhone handsets can check-in with friends by bumping phones together. Cheers! Points are ...

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Sprint Customers Can Pay Bills, Manage Accounts, and More with Sprint Zone

Today finds Sprint announcing their free Sprint Zone application to help customers pay bills, check voice and data usage, and manage accounts. Available as an icon on the EVO 4G and Samsung Intercept, the app lets users get the most out of their Android device and discover new applications. ...

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Slacker Radio Adds ABC News to Personal Radio Service

Slacker, Inc. is announcing today that they have  integrated ABC News with their Slacker Personal Radio experience, giving listeners the latest news from one of the country’s most popular news organizations.  Not only do you get personalized music, but personalized news as well.  There ...

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Google Ending Sales of the Nexus One

Google is stopping direct sales of its first flagship phone.  When visiting  Google.com/phone to order a Nexus One, users see a link stating that the availability has changed, and links a post on the official Nexus One blog, stating that once the current shipment of phones has been depleted, ...

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LauncherPro Plus Released

The developer behind popular Android launcher, LauncherPro has released a paid version of his app.  The paid version is to be called LauncherPro Plus and is to be a vast improvement over the free version.  The paid version which now includes a contact widget similar to the one from HTC’s ...

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Mini-Droid Slider On The Way?

Do Motorola and Verizion have a Mini-Droid slider in the works? It seems that way , as Engadget has obtained the picture above of what appears to be a Mini-Droid slider.  We’re not sure if that means the Droid line is about to get a smaller midrange brother or what the deal is.  However, ...

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Battle of Android Versus iPhone Becomes a Real Dogfight

The battle between Android and iPhone can now be fought with WWII airplanes thanks to SGN‘s Skies of Glory.  Originally released for iPhone back in December, the game features authentic planes from the World War II era with multiplayer dogfights and.  Designed for phones running Android ...

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Droid X Gets Better, Already

The Droid X has been out less than a week yet it’s already receiving its first over-the-air software update.  Version.1.13.604 is rolling out and it’s not just the initial bug fixes and minor tweaks to address jitters and early complaints.  In addition to speeding up apps (Visual ...

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Droid X Ad “Eagle Eye” Feels Familiar [VIDEO]

Verizon’s latest TV spot for the Droid X has arrived and it sounds like something we might have heard before.  Check out the 30 second clip and see what happens when you pick up your Droid X when you’re supposed to be working.  Alone.  At night.  Yeah, it’s not so bad after all.

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