Sony Computer Entertainment to Offer SDK for PlayStation Suite

Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. announced late tonight that it will begin offering software development kits (SDK) for their PlayStation Suite beginning in November. Called “PlayStation Suite SDK” (duh) it will help developers create content for PlayStation Certified (PS Certified) ...

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Pantech Breakout Spec Sheet and User Manual Leaked, Launching September 22nd?

We got an early look at the Pantech Breakout last week, when it leaked along with the Samsung Illusion. The Breakout’s spec sheet and user manual have also been leaked, and the numbers line up with what we’ve heard so far: 1GHz single core processor LTE radio 4-inch WVGA display ...

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Contest: You Could win $2.5 Million, Courtesy of Verizon Wireless!

Everyone loves a good sweepstakes every now and then, right? Big Red has teamed up with GoDaddy to bring one fan the chance to split $5 million with IndyCar racer, Dan Wheldon. All that’s required is for you to download the IndyCar Mobile App from the Android Market, and enter through the ...

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Motorola Bringing Back RAZR, Running Android?

No, you’re not having a flashback to 2005. Rumor has it that Motorola is working to bring back one of the most popular phones of its time, the RAZR. Obviously it was phased out by newer devices with different operating systems, so they’d have to make a few changes. The photo above ...

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Vodafone UK Launches Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray

Sony Ericsson recently introduced the world to the Xperia Ray, a mid-range device with some good specs. Now the UK’s largest carrier, Vodafone UK, has officially launched the Xperia Ray. The Ray packs Android 2.3, along with a 3.3-inch Reality display with Sony’s BRAVIA  Engine, an ...

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Rogers Wireless Launching Samsung Galaxy S II LTE in Canada

Samsung recently announced their U.S. variants of the Galaxy S II for T-Mobile, AT&T, and Sprint. Then late last month, Sammy officially launched the LTE version of the Galaxy S II, which is slightly bigger and better than the original GSII. Canadian carrier Rogers Wireless is now gearing ...

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Opera Mobile Receives Hefty Update to Fix Various Issues

If you happen to use the Opera Mobile browser for Android you’ll be happy to know it’s been updated and fixes quite a few issues. For those of you not familiar with Opera Mobile, it is an alternative browser that Android users can download for free from the Android Market, and while ...

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HTC Unveils Sensation XE, Beats Audio and Processor Bump on Board

HTC recently invested $300 million to make Beats Audio their exclusive partner, and it looks like we’re seeing that investment take flight. We recently told you that the first phone to feature the Bests Audio will be a refreshed version of HTC Sensation. Well, HTC is finally lifting the ...

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Manage Your Bills and Accounts with Manilla

Looking for an effective, central way to manage all of your monthly bills, credit cards, subscriptions, and daily rewards?  You need to get hip to Manilla, the online service which just released their Android application today.  The free service provides users with an at-a-glance look at ...

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Currys and PC World Lures Sony Tablet S Buyers with Free BRAVIA TVs

Any of you blokes living in London looking to pick up the new Sony Tablet S this Friday?  You’ll want to get to PC World / Curry’s on Tottenham Court Road nice and early.  Why?  Because the first 100 customers who buy the Sony Tablet S will get a 32″ Sony BRAVIA TV worth £400 ...

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Google Goggles 1.6 Released with New Search Feature

Wanna make your Android phone’s camera smarter?  Download the latest version of Google Goggles 1.6 and enable the new “search from camera” feature.  Once done, go about your business, using the camera like you normally would.  Once turned on, this option will have Goggles ...

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Aviary Launches Photo Editing SDK for Developers

Listen up Android developers, Aviary has moved beyond providing web-based photo editing and embraced the mobile tsunami. Effective immediately, any developers looking to integrate Aviary’s photo expertise into their app can do so with the company’s new, free SDK. This means ...

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Frima Studios Releases Retro-esque Shoot em’ Up, ‘A Space Shooter for Free’

Frima Studios has ported their popular retro-style shoot’em up A Space Shooter for Free to Android this week, bringing yet another awesome time waster to your favorite mobile platform.  Costing – you guessed it – nothing to download the game puts players in the role ...

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Capture the Bad Pennies and Save the Girl Coins with ‘Coin Drop’

Ohnoes!  Bad Pennies have invaded the colorful world of Coin Drop and are messing with the girl Coins!  It’s up to you to save the day, but do you have what it takes?  FullFat Productions has released their first title, Coin Drop!, a physics-based games with 75 levels of simply gorgeous ...

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HTC Adds Flyer to List of Devices with Unlocked Bootloader Support

HTC has quietly added yet another device to their officially support unlocked bootloaders, this time tossing their Flyer tablet in the mix. The growing list also includes various versions of the Evo 3D,  as well as the Sensation, and Sensation 4G. Should you own of these 7-inch Android tablets, ...

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