Google Docs Gets Optimized for Honeycomb Tablets

An improved Google Docs application has landed in the Android Market today which offers a few tablet-friendly features. If you own a Honeycomb tablet and use Google Docs as part of your daily routine then you’ll definitely want to download this 1.0.27 release. The most significant and ...

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Samsung and Google “Always Ahead of the Curve”

A new Samsung  YouTube video has landed online this afternoon which is nearly identical to the previous Samsung clip that arrived late last night.  What’s the difference?  The new clip adds a bit of tease to the whole curved screen hype.   Now, instead of just showing a slightly curved ...

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ASUS CEO: Not Afraid of Kindle Fire, Transformer 2 Pricing Revealed

ASUS is a well known brand in the world of computer hardware, and now when we talk about Android tablets, we can’t continue without hearing the name ASUS mentioned once or twice. This year they launched two Android powered tablets, one was the EeePad Transformer and the other was the ...

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Images of RIM’s BlackBerry Messenger for Android Leak Online

We’ve been expecting Research in Motion’s BlackBerry Messenger application for Android for more than a few months now, however things finally look to be coming to a head.  TechnoBuffalo has received what appears to be some of the first images of the messaging client ahead of ...

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LG Optimus LTE Lands in Korea, True HD Smartphone

Remember the LG device that was leaked a few days ago and was to be the first LG device to appear with a 720p HD display as well as LTE capability? We’ve just heard that the device will be hitting Korea soon, and that LG has officially announced the device. LG Optimus LTE is LG’s... ...

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Norton Anti-theft Lets Users Remotely Locate, Lock, and Recover Your Missing Android

Norton, continuing with their new ‘Norton Everywhere‘ initiative has released a new service which lets users remotely locate, lock, and secure missing devices.  These devices may include Windows-based laptops or Android-powered smartphones and tablets.  Available immediately through ...

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Updated CalorieCount App Adds Logging by Voice

CalorieCount.com’s official app, Calorie Counter & Diet Tracker, saw an update (v1.3) yesterday which brings about a new, handy functionality. Immediately available in the Android Market (FREE), the app now lets users track and record their meals (i.e. 1 bagel, 1 serving cream cheese) ...

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HTC Sensation XE Lands in UK, Available for Purchase

HTC recently launched the Sensation XE which is an improved version of their famous device known as the HTC Sensation. There are some minor but good changes to the device, which also makes the device a bit sexier looking. The device is now packed with a slightly higher clocked processor and ...

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ZTE Honeycomb Tablet Pays A Visit to FCC, Sprint or Bust?

ZTE tablets have been popping up left and right lately, from the ZTE T98 to the Smart Tab 7, and we’ve got another one to add to the list: the ZTE V55. It just passed through the FCC, and it would appear that the tablet is headed for Sprint. Provided they don’t make any changes... ...

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Blackberry Openly Courts Android Developers to the Fourth Annual Blackberry Developer Conference

Poor, poor, Blackberry(RIM). Quarter after quarter they see their market share fall as Android’s skyrockets. This once dominant brand seemingly imploded over night, leaving its customers, employees and loyalists looking for ways out. RIM’s ship has been steadily sinking, leaving ...

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“Another Perfect Combination” – Did Samsung Just Tease us With the Nexus Prime?

If you haven’t heard by now, Samsung has released a teaser video for their upcoming Samsung Unpacked 2011 event in San Diego at the CTIA convention. It shows us some clips of amazing combinations (like cookies and milk) with the last being a Samsung device that we can only assume is the ...

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Samsung Not Phased by iPhone 4S

I can’t say that they’re alone, but it would appear that Samsung isn’t impressed with Apple’s latest offering, the iPhone 4S. They’ve just sent out a comparison between the Galaxy S II and the iPhone 4S, and it’s easy to see that Sammy’s flagship device ...

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Platform Versions Chart Updated, Gingerbread Gaining Ground

It’s that time again! The Platform Versions chart has been updated, and the numbers look promising. As you can see, Froyo still holds a slight lead as the most used OS version, with Gingerbread coming in at a close second. Let’s break down the numbers, shall we?

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Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray Lands in U.S., Coming Soon to Canada via Telus

Sony Ericsson recently launched the Xperia Ray, which is a small version of the Xperia Arc, and it was launched for people who are looking for a little affordable ‘luxury’. The device was made available in the U.S. via NewEgg, one of the largest online retailers in USA. They are ...

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HTC Acknowledges Security Issue, Promises Fix in Short Order

HTC has acknowledged that a security flaw in some of their recent devices has been found to leave collected information unprotected. Should you download the wrong application, a malicious developer could exploit this information and pull in things such as your GPS locations or system logs. HTC ...

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